Poster Exhibitors

All posters will also be included in the conference anthology.

  • Renovation needs and potential for improved energy performance depending on type of ownership
    Magnus Österbring, Chalmers, Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Affordable and adaptable public building energy through Efficiency Retrofitting
    Maria Ahlm, IVL, Malmö, Sweden

  • Innovative and cost-effective enhancement of the energy efficiency of existing buildings
    Liisa Fransson, Kraftringen, Lund, Sweden

  • Designing a solar neighbourhood in Malmö Hyllie
    Jouri Kanters, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

  • BuildSmart - analysis and verification of buildings energy performance
    Carolina, Faraguna, IVL, Malmö, Sweden

  • Energy conservation measures and monitoring strategy
    Jeanette Green, IVL, Malmö, Sweden

  • Monitoring progress toward the achievement of SDGs in european local governments
    Junya Yamasaki, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan

  • From global to local sustainable development goals - governance for urban sustainability
    Sara Gustafsson, Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden

  • Indicators to measure sustainable city development
    Roland Zinkernagel, Malmö municipality/Lund University, Lund, Sweden

  • Dwellers as drivers of urbanisation
    Helena Leino, University of Tampere, Tampere Finland

  • Dweller-oriented solutions for sustainable urbanisation
    Joha Peltomaa, Finnish Environment Institute, Helsinki, Finland

  • Challenge-led and participatory learning process
    Matti Cristian, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands

  • Co-learning and knowledge diffusion in public procurment of sustainable innovation projects UUL
    Max Rolfstam, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

  • Catalysing Sustainable Cities through Urban Living Labs: Experiences from Sweden
    Kes McCormick, Lund University, Lund Sweden

  • Buildings As Material Banks - Circularity as a Path to Resilience
    Lisa Apelman, Ronneby municipality, Ronneby, Sweden


  • Improving Quality in Education by Understanding Experiential Learning and its Application in the schools of Pune City, India
    Hegde Meghana, Centre for development studies and activities, Pune India

  • Collaboration between the university and the municipality, research and practice
    Sebastian Mehling, European university Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder Germany

  • Experiences from long-term collaboration between a municipality and academia in sustainable city development
    Åke Thidell, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

  • A shared path
    Christoph Rat-Fisher, SynappCity consulting, Karlsruhe, Germany

  • "Remembering ´Culture´?"
    Britta Acksel, Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen, Essen, Germany

  • Organising for urban farming. Knowledge sharing in cross-sectorial networks
    Fredrik Björk, Malmö University, Malmö, Sweden

  • BMP case: Planning and design process of Vauhtitie wetland in central Helsinki, Finland
    Elisa Lähde, Tengbom architects/Aalto University, Espoo, Finland

  • Eating cities – How public food procurement in the city of Aalborg can contribute to more sustainable diets
    Bent Mikkelssen, Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Open sustainable cities
    Julian Castro, Sustainabe strategies and entrepreneur, Karlskrona, Sweden

  • Pathway to community act on sharing economy – “gamification” concept for prosumers
    Johanna Olesen, Öresundskraft, Helsingborg, Sweden

  • Experiential, community-engaged, service-based learning
    Ken Josephson, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada

  • Imagining the Waste Preventive City
    Richard Ek, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

  • Ventilation Retrofit Simulation of a Case Study Building in Vancouver
    Matt Carlsson, Ryerson University, Toronto Canada

  • Engaging the next generation
    Åsa Hellström, Malmö municipality, Malmö, Sweden, Helen Ceplitis, Malmö Museer, Malmö, Sweden

  • Redesigning a museum as a way to rethink the normative disability of the city
    Magnus Eriksson, Interactive Institute, Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Carbon Track and Trace
    Dirk Ahlers, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

  • Energy savings and environmental improvements of
    retro-fitted buildings in the ZenN Lindängen demonstrator in Malmö
    Rasmus Andersson, IVL, Malmö, Sweden

  • How compact city contribute to people’s livability?: Comparative study of compactness in mobility development in Malmö and Toyama
    Kyoko Takahashi, University of Tokyo, Tokyo Japan

  • SCAT Method (Sustainable City Assessment Tools), Concept of Green and Symbiotic City Planning
    Yaseri Apritaser, Podomoro University, Jakarta Indonesien

  • A tool for valuing nature of higher quality
    Rasmus Vincentz, Habitats ApS, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • European replication strategy for CITyFiED demonstration projects
    Jeanette Green, IVL, Malmö, Sweden

  • Sustainability assessment at a local level in the Czech Republic
    Tomas Hak, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

  • The bike library
    Bertil Björk, STPLN, Malmö, Sweden

  • Connecting Youth to the SDG’s
    Jason Knoll, Verona Area High School, Verona, USA

  • Pipestatus
    Maria Rindelöv, Sweden Water Researche, Lund, Sweden

  • Assessing the impact of urban form on the energy consumption and GHG emissions in Metropolitan Melbourne
    Raul Marino, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

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