Newsletter March 2013
- Register for AIMday now!
- Save the date October 17th
- Apply for the PhD-course in Sustainability Science
- Den Reflekterande Ingenjören at KTH
- Inspiration seminar about Formas call "sustainable building"
- Swedish Maritime Day 2013
- Cities and Green Growth - Urban Evolution conference
- Dissertations and licentiate seminars
Register for AIMday now!
KTH arranges AIMday® Sustainable Solutions for Cities May 15th 2013. AIMday is a concept where researchers during one day discuss concrete solutions on actual problems that companies and organisations are facing. Companies and organizations have sent in their questions they want to discuss with you as a researcher – these questions are now published on the website. Welcome to visit the website and register for those questions you have a special interest in. Participation in AIMday® can lead to future collaborations and contacts. Are you interested to see your research make real change and to make cities more sustainable? Then you should take the opportunity and participate in the coming AIMday to be able to discuss questions within your research area. Your ticket to AIMday® is to register for at least one question and participation is free of charge. Registration closes at April 10th.
Save the date October 17th
On October 17th KTH-Sustainability will arrange this year’s KTH-Sustainability Day. More info will come!
Apply for the PhD-course in Sustainability Science
Apply now for the PhD-course in Sustainability Science offered by the Division of Industrial Ecology during the period April-October 2013. More info about course content, schedule etc. at the . Extended deadline! Applications are welcome until 27 March and shall be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Den Reflekterande Ingenjören at KTH
Den Reflekterande Ingenjören (The Reflective Engineer) is coming to KTH on the 8th to 19th April 2013. The student society at KTH Royal Institute of Technology has the opportunity to participate in a series of lectures and events focusing on a future vision for a more sustainable society. Den Reflekterande Ingenjören will present speakers as Plantagon, Pär Holmgren, Victor Galaz, The Good Tribe, Siemens and WSP. Together with KTH-Sustainability, Den Reflekterande Ingenjören organizes a Science Café where adjunct professor Viveka Palm and researcher Annika Carlsson, together with the audience will discuss how todays consumption affects the environment. There will also be a panel debate with professor Göran Finnveden as one of the panelists. During these two weeks, Den Reflekterande Ingenjören is hoping to inspire and help students become more analytical in aspects of sustainability and engineering. Visit our Facebook page and Twitter on @DRI_KTH for more information. email@example.com
The King’s Professor
KTH can suggest who should be the King's Guest Professor in Environmental Sciences for 2014/15. We would like to have your suggestion by May 15th, sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . It should include a motivation and a CV of the person. More information available at our .
Inspiration seminar about Formas Call “sustainable building”
Formas and IQ Samhällsbyggnad are arranging a inspiration seminar about the coming call “sustainable building”, April 11th at 09.00-16.30 at Piperska Muren, Scheelegatan 14, Stockholm. The call will open this week and closes in the end of May.
Swedish Maritime Day 2013
April 9 in Gothenburg. Swedish Maritime Day will be a day for both overview and specialization in marine and maritime industries with great importance for the future of Sweden. The day is also a meeting point for maritime activities in business, research and education, associations, and public administration. Fredrik Gröndahl from the Division of Industrial Ecology at KTH will present the EU-project Submariner that focuses on the Baltic Sea.
Cities and Green Growth – Urban Evolution Conference
May 23-24, Stockholm. Urbanisation and the shift to a green economy are two of the greatest challenges of our time. Join us for an inspiring and ambitious conference in Stockholm on how cities embrace and meet both of these challenges through green growth. The conference will launch Green Growth in Cities, the OECD Green Cities Program report, which integrates findings from green growth case studies of cities. The conference will elaborate on the potential of cities and regions around the world to foster economic growth and reduce environmental impact through innovative policies and political commitment. Two KTH professors, Göran Finnveden and Berit Balfors, are participating in the panel discussions on the first conference day.
Dissertations and licentiate seminars
March 25, Licentiate seminar:
Energy Efficiency through Thermal Energy Storage – Possibilities for the Swedish Building Stock
10.00 at K2, Teknikringen 28, KTH
Subject area: Energy technology
Doctoral student: Johan Heier
Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Viktoria Martin
April 9, Dissertation:
Latent Heat Thermal Energy Storage for Indoor Comfort Control
10.00 at F3, Lindstedtsvägen 26, KTH
Subject area: Energy technology
Doctoral student: Justin Ningwei Chiu
Supervisor: Ass. Prof. Viktoria Martin
April 22, Dissertation:
10.00 at Q2, Osquldas väg 10, KTH
Subject area: Fiber and polymer technology
Doctoral student: Thorsak Kittikorn
Supervisor: Prof Monica Ek
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