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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.

If you are interested in joining the working group, please feel free to contact the chair.

Mattias Höjer

Professor, Strategic Sustainability Studies at KTH, Member of the Strategic Research Committee, Chair Working group Smart Society, Co-PI: Smart Society - Gigitalisation and the public sphre AND sustainable conference, Former PI: Towards a Smart Society – the role of Digital Futures, Digital Futures Faculty

+46 8 790 64 51
mattias.hojer@abe.kth.se
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Jonas Mårtensson

Associate Professor, Division of Decision and Control Systems at KTH, Vice Chair Working group Smart Society, Co-PI: ChEss Machines For ElectriFiEd Construction SiTes (EFFECT), Co-PI: GEO-based Multi-layer Environmental Modelling of Urban TRaffIC (GEOMETRIC), Co-PI: Investigating Sidewalks’ Mobility and Improving it with Robots (ISMIR), Digital Futures Faculty

+46 70 190 97 98
jonas1@kth.se
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Therese Balksjö

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

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

Associate Professor, Division of Media Technology and Interaction Designs at KTH, Working group Smart Society, Co-PI: Smart Society - Gigitalisation and the public sphre AND sustainable conference, Former Co-supervisor: Digital Transformations for Optimizing the Post-Pandemic Sustainable Smart City, Digital Futures Faculty

+46 8 790 62 77
elina@kth.se
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Francesco Fuso-Nerini

Associate Professor at KTH ITM, Director of KTH Climate Action Centre, Working group Smart Society, Co-PI: An AI-based framework for harmonizing climate policies and projects with the SDGs, Former Co-PI: Towards a Smart Society – the role of Digital Futures, Digital Futures Faculty

ffn@kth.se
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Nelson Sommerfeldt

Researcher in Prosumer Energy Systems, Unit of Applied Thermodynamics and Refrigeration at KTH, Working group Smart Society at Digital Futures, Former Co-PI: Towards a Smart Society – the role of Digital Futures

nelsons@kth.se
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Mattias Villani

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

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