Skip to main content

Smart Society

Smart Society refers to urban societies that are growing rapidly and becoming increasingly complex and reliant on large infrastructures. For example, the need for efficient and sustainable transportation increases steadily, and it is becoming evident that radically new solutions for mobility are required in order to fulfil the increasing demands while at the same time improving sustainability.

Mattias Höjer

Professor, Strategic Sustainability Studies, KTH, Chair, working group Smart Society, Digital Futures

+46 8 790 64 51
mattias.hojer@abe.kth.se
Picture of Anna Pernestål

Anna Pernestål

Researcher, Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL), KTH, Vice Chair, working group Smart Society, Digital Futures

+46 8 790 73 24
annapern@kth.se
Picture of Therese Balksjö

Therese Balksjö

Head of Connected Society, RISE, Working group Smart Society, Digital Futures

+46 10 228 41 02
therese.balksjo@ri.se
Picture of Elina Eriksson

Elina Eriksson

Associate professor, Division of Media Technology and Interaction Designs, KTH, Working group Smart Society, Digital Futures

+46 8 790 62 77
elina@kth.se
Picture of Jenny Jerrelind

Jenny Jerrelind

Working group Smart Society, Digital Futures, Associate professor, Engineering Mechanics, KTH

+46 8 790 76 05
jennyj@kth.se
Picture of Andrew Karvonen

Andrew Karvonen

Associate Professor, Urban and Regional Studies, KTH, Associate Director for Seminars at Digital Futures, Working group Smart Society at Digital Futures, Co-PI of research project Humanizing the Sustainable Smart City (HiSS) at Digital Futures

apkar@kth.se
Picture of Ann Legeby

Ann Legeby

Professor, Architecture, KTH, Working group Smart Society, Digital Futures

ann.legeby@arch.kth.se
Picture of Jonas Mårtensson

Jonas Mårtensson

Associate professor, Division of Decision and Control Systems, KTH, Working group Smart Society, Digital Futures

jonas.martensson@ee.kth.se
Picture of Nelson Sommerfeldt

Nelson Sommerfeldt

Postdoctor, Unit of Applied Thermodynamics and Refrigeration, KTH, Working group Smart Society, Digital Futures

nelsons@kth.se
Picture of Mattias Villani

Mattias Villani

Professor, Department of Statistics, Stockholm University, Working group Smart Society, Digital Futures

+46 8 16 29 93
mattias.villani@stat.su.se