Future of Transport - How do we deal with it?
- October 6, 2020, 9:00 am - October 7, 2020, 5:00 pm ( CEST )
- Trivector, Lund, Sweden
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Are you a transport professional who is interested in understanding how best to deal with the fast-changing urban transport landscape while ensuring the shift towards zero-carbon urban mobility? Then this is the course for you! With a mix of lectures, workshops, site visit and the chance to exchange with peers this EIT Climate-KIC course will provide you with tools and methods that will give practical support in dealing with long-term planning in complexity.
This course is aimed at transport professionals who are interested in improving their capacity regarding how to manage new innovations in the transport sector in a manner that supports long-term sustainability principles.
Transport is a highly fossil-fuel dependent sector and needs to change radically in order to decarbonise. At the same time, there are many new innovations appearing such as new micro-mobility services, new fuel types, shared mobility solutions, autonomous vehicles etc which can radically change the transport sector. Many innovations promise to improve mobility and support sustainability goals- but do they really? And how should we deal with these solutions?
With a mix of lectures, workshops, site visits and the chance to exchange with peers, this EIT Climate-KIC course will provide you with tools and methods that will give practical support in dealing with these questions.
This course will be about how to manage the introduction of transport innovations from a public authority perspective. What mechanisms exist to test innovation, how can we evaluate the benefits of something that hasn\u2019t been implemented yet, and what can public authorities do to support private companies in developing their innovations? This focuses very much on issues of governance and policy and understanding the role of the local authority in leading development in the right direction.
In the transport field, we always hear of new ideas that are going to revolutionise the transport system: from hyperloops and self-driving cars to Mobility as a Service and electric cargo bike delivery services. Some of these innovations can play a role in supporting the shift to a low-carbon transport system, but how should we address them?
The course offers a mix of lectures, workshops, site visits and the chance to exchange with peers. We focus on practical application of theory to support the following:
- Understanding of trends and technological innovations in the transport sector
- Understanding of the importance of transport for climate action
- Understanding the basics of long-term planning and decision making within complexity and how this can be applied to own challenges
- Learning about different methods that can help to steer transport innovations to follow societal goals
- Learning about different tools & methods to understand impacts of future technologies
Participants are expected to be people who are involved in implementation of transport systems and in the strategic thinking around future transport systems.
- Public authority representatives (local, regional and national levels), particularly strategic planners, innovation managers, digitalization strategists, experts in innovative mobility systems etc.
- Consultants who work in transport planning and strategy and who work closely with public authorities but also for other clients. Transport consultants can build their knowledge to better provide for their clients.
- Researchers working in the fields of transport governance, transport innovation, change management.
Common understanding and tools
Day 1 - 6th of October 2020, 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. in Lund, Sweden
• Common understanding
• Climate change and transport
• Tools to regulate innovations
• How to steer to follow societal goals
• Basics of decision making in complexity
• How to see the big picture and make long term decisions in an uncertain future?
• Co-creation case studies
Systems perspective and transitions
Day 2 - 6th of October 2020, 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. in Lund, Sweden
• Transition toolkit by Climate-KIC
• Systems perspective
• How do we know that we are going in the right direction?
• Tools to understand impacts of future innovations
• Lecture by WISE-ACT cost action
• Build your own toolkit
Dr. Anna Clark
Anna has worked for over 15 years in the transport field in research and innovation projects on the European level and in Sweden. Her primary interest is in working in sustainability issues in transport, and she leads the area <em>Climate, Energy and Environment<\/em> at Trivector Traffic. She brings to her work her multi-disciplinary educational background covering philosophy, mathematics, ecology and transport, and experience living in different cultures. She is particularly interested in how innovations in the transport sector can be applied and transferred in practice, and how to support stakeholder engagement to achieve this, often focusing from the public authority perspective.
Marco holds an MSc in Leadership for Sustainability from the Blekinge Institute of Technology and has been a pedagogy faculty for that same course for over 5 years. As a consultant, today he provides the dialogic tools for teams to work with complex challenges, helping their processes of understanding the big picture and planning ahead amidst uncertainty. His recent work is increasingly informed by complexity theories and participatory processes of decision making applied to teams, while he uses sustainability science as overall boundaries to increase our resilience for future planning.
Malin holds a MSc in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics from Copenhagen University. Now she works as a consultant within the sustainable mobility sector in various topics relating to the shift to low-carbon society. Malin often works within international projects and organizes workshops. Besides that, she works within projects on analysing possible future scenarios and their environmental goal fulfilment, regional strategies and cost-efficiency in public procurement.
Cristian Matti is an expert in sustainability transitions and innovation policy. He is leading the Transition Hub at EIT Climate-KIC and he is visiting researcher at the Utrecht University. He contributes to regional and urban initiatives by facilitating science-policy-practice interface for the development and implementation of policy strategies and technical assistance. He has contributed to research projects on natural resource based innovation, regional and industrial system of innovation as well as innovation policies for public and private organizations in Europe and South America. He has also experience as academic coordinator of professional education and postgraduate courses on sustainability and regional innovation. He has also participated as an expert in the analysis of technological trends and policies in Argentina's Second Submission to the UN Convention on Climate Change. His primary interest is the linkages between science and practice in facing the challenge of supporting regional and local development as well as transforming environmental governance and innovation processes.
EIT Climate-KIC is Europe largest public-private innovation partnership, working together to address the challenge of climate change. It drives innovation in climate change through creative partnerships large and small, local and global, between the private, public and academic sectors. All Climate-KIC partners bring their industry experience to the community and are connected through the centers across Europe.
Trivector Traffic is a research and consultancy company based in Sweden. With a strong sustainability profile, they hold a leading position in sustainable transport planning with and with 50 specialists in sustainable transport cover a wide portfolio. The company was founded by researchers from Lund University, and has always maintained a close connection to research, participating in many national and international research projects. Trivector works in education activities through a variety of specialised courses and workshops. More information? www.trivector.se
Course Fee: EUR 600 (incl. VAT)
Course Fee for Climate-KIC partners, public institutions, Climate-KIC alumni and NGOs: EUR 500 (incl. VAT). Evidence required.
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Lund is the University city of southern Sweden in the dynamic region of Oresund with both Malmö, Copenhagen and Helsingborg close by.
With its 1000 years of existence, Lund is one of Sweden’s oldest cities. Lund is one of Scandinavia's oldest cities that boasts one of the world's top one hundred highest ranked universities. Here, tradition and innovation meet to produce world-class research. Inventions like the artificial kidney, medical ultrasound, pacemaker and Bluetooth are all examples of things developed in Lund, which opened new opportunities for millions of people around the world.
The venue of the course is at Trivector in Lund, just located by the train station in central Lund. Malmo is easily accessible with 15 min train ride. Copenhagen can also be reached by train (30-45 mins).