Projekter

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  1. Omstilling til klimagunstig feriepraksis

    Lars Kjerulf Petersen, Anne Gammelgaard Ballantyne, Jonas Andreasen Lysgaard, Katinka Bundgård Fals, Ana Horta & Stefan Bengtsson

    Kan klimahensyn blive en del af folks ferievaner, og hvad skal der til for at bæredygtige vaner bliver en del af vores fælles forestillinger om det gode liv? Det er de spørgsmål, dette projekt vil udforske og dermed levere resultater der kan bidrage til en grøn omstilling af såvel hverdags- som ferieliv – og samtidig bidrage til den videnskabelige forståelse af grøn omstilling. Der er brug for omfattende teknologisk udvikling for at vi kan gennemføre den grønne omstilling og indfri de ambitiøse danske mål for reduktion af drivhusgasudledningerne. Men vi klarer aldrig den grønne omstilling uden sociale og kulturelle ændringer, altså ændringer i folks normer og adfærd. Netop ferielivet er ét af de områder, hvor der er brug for bæredygtig omstilling. Flyrejser til nære og fjerne destinationer, krydstogter og andre af de hidtil dominerende ferieformer er alle ansvarlige for store og hastigt stigende CO2-udledninger, men samtidig er ferie- og rejselivet forbundet med væsentlige kulturelle og sociale værdier. Det er derfor vigtigt at forstå de processer, hvorigennem forestillingerne om den gode ferie ændres, og de processer hvorigennem klima- og bæredygtighedshensyn bliver integreret i menneskers livsverden. Projektet fokuserer således på uformelle læringsprocesser som et centralt element i udviklingen af nye forestillinger og kompetencer vedrørende ferielivet. Som en integreret del heraf fokuserer projektet samtidig på sociale og konventionelle mediers rolle i omstillings- og læringsprocesser.Beskrivelse

    01/01-202201/07-2025

  2. EU funded H2020-MSCA-ITN-Mobility and Training for Beyond 5G Ecosystems

    Albena Dimitrova Mihovska & Peter Lindgren

    The main objective of the project MOTOR5G is to motivate and skill competitive young researchers through involvement and engagement in a variety of research activities enabling them to work on real-life technical issues, across multiple European countries and organizations, and providing a strong networking opportunity through participation as speakers in conference and workshop events and through engagement with industry and other stakeholders (e.g. standardization). We also want to provide them with communications skills, the ability to work in groups and an understanding of the integrity and ethics in research. The project focus is on embedding artificial intelligence into 5G communication systems for the smarter use of network-generated data, the automated enabling of network operators and service providers to adapt to changes in traffic patterns, security risks and user behavior and thus paving the way towards safe and reliable next-generation wireless ecosystems.
    Within its framework, the project will employ 15 early-stage researchers (ESRs) who would be supervised by committed experts from the industry and academia to design and develop technologies and concepts related to the use of drone-based technology for enhanced multi-antenna and data forwarding techniques, use of artificial intelligence for novel adaptive digital beamforming techniques applied on realistic antenna arrays; communications in the millimetre-wave bands, blockchain-based approach to spectrum management and sharing, use of machine learning for enhanced quality of experience, and would in parallel focus on novel business models to sustain profitable operation of beyond 5G ecosystems.Beskrivelse

    01/11-201931/01-2025

  3. Port Effectiveness and Public Private Cooperation for Competitiveness (PEPP II)

    Annette Skovsted Hansen, George Acheampong, Casper Andersen, Torben Andersen, Jonas Nii Ayi Aryee, Martin Arvad Nicolaisen, George van Dyck & Abena Yeboah-Banin

    A multidisciplinary and -national team of Ghanaian and Danish researchers engage in a three year research project financed by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in order to address the question how communication, gender, and sustainability affect the cluster performance of the Port of Tema in Ghana. We approach the question from different angles ranging from quantitative survey datat to longitudinal anthropological observations and qualitative multilayered interviews with port workers, politicians, port officials, domestic and foreign investors, and representatives from the surrounding communities.Beskrivelse

    16/01-202215/01-2025

  4. GREENBIZZ

    Sadia Anwar & Peter Lindgren

    13/03-202030/09-2023