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Presentation at the Connected Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities Conference 2023

Beginning of this year we had a pleasure to present intermediate results of the DyMoN project at the Connected Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities Conference held in Brussels, Belgium. The conference is an annual event organized by Open & Agile Smart Cities where international member cities and partner organizations meet to exchange experiences and [...]

By |2023-01-30T14:17:08+01:00January 30th, 2023|GI Mobility Lab Blog|0 Comments

DyMoN Summer School

We invite students and experts, who share interest in sustainable mobility to participate in the DyMoN Summer School “GIS and psychology meet for behavioural change in mobility: Innovative digital interventions for sustainable mobility”. The school will take place in the beautifull, mountainous city of Salzburg, Austria, from June 27th to July 6th, 2023. It is [...]

By |2023-01-24T11:22:23+01:00January 24th, 2023|GI Mobility Lab Blog|0 Comments

Velo-city 2022 in Ljubljana, Slovenia

This year’s Velo-city conference took place in the city of Ljubljana, Slovenia. It is an event where various stakeholders involved in development of cycling-friendly cities meet to talk about best practices, achievements, and challenges. The main conference theme was “cycling the change” – a theme that also found its interpretation in a very memorable [...]

By |2022-06-22T13:14:19+02:00June 22nd, 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Team retreat at Mattsee

During a 2-days retreat at Mattsee lake, our team had fruitful discussions on current projects and future research topics mixed with walks, quick swims and chit-chats. By exchanging methodological aspects of each ongoing project we could identify synergies and the areas of interest for future research contributions. Our visions concentrated around the topics of sustainable [...]

By |2021-10-15T10:59:15+02:00October 15th, 2021|GI Mobility Lab Blog|0 Comments
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