Re-inauguration and final presentations 2019

At Challenge Lab, 12 students have conducted their master theses during the spring. They will present their work on June 12th and 13th. During these days we will also celebrate that we have moved to a new venue, with an inauguration in the morning the 12th.

The inauguration and the presentations are open to the public, but you need to register through the links below (since we order coffee and/or snack). It is possible to register to a full day, or parts of the day. The event will be held in Challenge Labs venue at Johanneberg Science Park.

All presentations will start with about 30 minutes of presenting the thesis, followed by 10 minutes of opposition. The remaining 15 minutes will be devoted to questions from the audience.

Summaries of the projects are available here.

June 12th

Inauguration of the new Challenge Lab venue

Welcome and introduction to presentations
John Holmberg

“The Compact City: Forming a system mapping of processes and actors in the urban design phase”
Abdalrahman Alobeissi & Sourabha Bhat

Break with fika

“Scaling urban experiments for sustainability transitions: Exploring opportunities for organisational transformation by integrating values created in experiments”
Viktor Carlson & Annica Corell

Lunch break (lunch not included)

“Stakeholder collaboration in urban freight systems – A case study in the city of Gothenburg”
Nora Fischer & Per Persson

Break with fika

“Barriers and drivers to material recovery of plastics: Exploring potential of chemical recovery as a complement to mechanical recovery”
Ashwin Sidharthan & Hanna Westerlund

June 13th

Welcome and introduction to presentations
John Holmberg

“Exploring the role of solar photovoltaics in Västra Götaland’s energy transition”
Usisipho Gogela & Vasileios Drogkoulas

Break with fika

“The role of innovation-driven SMEs in upscaling niche innovations within a regional context: An investigation of SMEs developing new mobility solutions in VGR”
Hani Elzoumor & Spiros Strachinis

The event is organised together with Johanneberg Science Park.