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  • Call for Urban Futures seed projects 2022 - now open

    [1 Sep 2021] Chalmers allocates 1 Million SEK per year during the period 2020-2024 to support a broad engagement of Chalmers researchers in the Centre for Sustainable Urban Futures.

  • Open call for Seed Projects Urban Futures and Chalmers 2021

    [14 Oct 2020] Chalmers Areas of Advance allocate 1 Million SEK per year during the period 2020-2024 to support a broad engagement of Chalmers researchers in Urban Futures. Funds can primarily be used for seed projects to develop and test ideas through, for example, pre-studies or pilot projects around challenges and areas of interest for Urban Futures and its partners. Seed money from this call can only be used for Chalmers researchers but the project proposal should include at least one of the public partners from the Urban Futures consortium, the involvement of several partners is encouraged.

  • Marcus Jahnke new Platform Leader of Centre for Sustainable Urban Futures

    [18 Jun 2020] Marcus Jahnke has degrees in both design and engineering. He is very interested in power structures, and has studied norm critique and how hierarchies affect the city. With Jahnke´s broad knowledge and work experience his goal is to become an inclusive platform leader that makes "things happen".

  • Mistra Urban Futures becomes Urban Futures

    [1 Apr 2020] For ten years, the research and knowledge centre Mistra Urban Futures has worked with sustainable urban development, with Chalmers University of Technology, the University of Gothenburg and other partners in the co-funding Gothenburg Consortium. The 10-year funding from the Mistra Foundation ended at the end of December 2019.

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