First European PhD and Postdoc symposium on delivering the future of infrastructure management
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First European PhD and Postdoc symposium on delivering the future of iinfrastructure management
How can Europe safeguard its transport infrastructure capabilities while fostering economic growth and an inclusive society?
Date: April 15th– 17th2024
Location: Dublin (Venue TBC)
Hello everyone associated with MobilitetsLab Stor-Trondheim!
Welcome to the MoST Fagseminar!
The seminar will be about demonstrating needs, interaction activities, and examples of results where they exist. We from MoST are concerned with demonstrating links where NTNU and the actors work together to get things done and that PhDs can demonstrate some of what they have been doing in 2023.
Please register yourself here:
Thursday 14 December 2023
FH - (Moterom) - 5.etg - Fylkestingsal B, FH - (Moterom) - 5.etg - Fylkestingsal A
Fylkets hus, Erling Skakkes gt. 14, 7013 Trondheim
Program for the upcoming event
ProjMAN - International Conference on Project MANagement
November 08-10, 2023
8th CONFERENCE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH ON REAL ESTATE-Cirre 2023
October 19-20, 2023
MoST - Norwegian Public Roads Administration seminar
On the eighteenth of October, representatives from MoST and representatives of the Norwegian Road Administration met to present their respective projects and perspectives.
Torstein Ryeng, from SVV's side, presented the organization of the Environmental Package, and SVV's place in it. It is an intricate organization - which gives inertia in the decision-making system, but also a good opportunity for coordinated action between different players. The main perspective is clear, namely to reduce the need for passenger car-based mobility. Ryeng presented the investment in main cycle routes along national roads as a key to this. In this connection, he presented several of the new measures that have been established and are being established - with all that research, development and testing entails. There are complex processes to be carried out. From SVV's side, there is a particular desire to establish the effect of the measures.
Agnar Johansen presented MoST's history - and the basis for the desired development of the interaction with SVV. He went through the various work packages, the fellows associated with them, and which projects are under development.
The discussion that followed mainly related to further follow-up of cooperation. It became clear that clarification of terms and common understanding of the most important terms and thus the perspectives on how to conduct the development work going forward need further attention.
Fag seminar Levende Abelsgate 1. September 2023
Trondheim municipality-MoST meeting on 1 June
MoST seminar May 2023
Trondheim municipality-MoST meeting on 4 May
Big data-Workshop March 2023
SBE23-Thessaloniki "Sustainable Built Environments: Paving the Way for 2030 and Beyond" conference 22-24 March
The SBE23-Thessaloniki conference was held from 22-24 March in Greece, and Mahgol Afshari presented a conference paper under the MoST umbrella at this conference.
Mahgol afshari, Agnar Johansen, Alenka Temeljotov Salaj and Jardar Lohne are the authors of a conference paper entitled Developing approaches and strategies to promote increased active mobility in urban city neighborhoods with Elgeseter gate in Trondheim as a case study. Mahgol Afshari was a representative for Trøndelag County Council, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the MoST (Mobilitetslab StorTrondheim) project and presented the work on an international stage.
SBE23-Thessaloniki "Sustainable Built Environments: Paving the Way for 2030 and Beyond" sought to investigate sustainability in the built environment as a means to address climate change and adaptation goals. The conference focused on the three main pillars of sustainability: the environment, the economy and society, seen through the lens of our living space/habitat. The conference was part of the SBE21-23 conference series and was organized by the Laboratory of Building Construction and Building Physics, Department of Civil Engineering, School of Engineering Aristoteles University of Thessaloniki. 📚
The series focuses on peer-reviewed articles and presentations of regional policy articles, as well as screenings of pre-evaluated projects and a small number of high-quality commercial exhibitions. While papers and presentations at regional SBE conferences may be bilingual, at the World SBE event they are all in English. Individual regional events are financially and organizationally responsible to research-based organisations, while international series partners iiSBE, CIB, FIDIC and UN Environment provide organizational advice and use their networks to ensure a large and interdisciplinary audience. ✏️
Seminar on Big Data under the auspices of Miljøpakken on 21 March
MoST participated with several representatives in a workshop on Miljøpakken's "Big data" project on 21 March, in Bøker og bylab, Professor Brochs gate 2, 7030 Trondheim.
The purpose of the workshop was to map available road user data from the parties in the Environmental Package, uncover knowledge gaps, and provide input for the way forward for the project.
During the meeting, Professor Agnar Johansen from MoST gave a presentation that briefly explained the background of the project, working methodology, status, and future plans. After this, Professor Hongchao Fan illustrated how the research front looks from NTNU, through a presentation on "Big Data for Urban Informatics".
The main part of the workshop consisted of presentations of available data sources at the parties, and group work related to the need for data and data processing. Representatives from Telia were also present and presented opportunities for mobile data.
Illustration from Professor Hongchao Fan's post
MoST seminar December 2022