Workshop on water in smart liveable cities

3A Water in smart liveable cities

Introduction to workshop:
Water is an essential part of the urban environment, providing or facilitating crucial services to society. New smart and adaptive technologies provide exceptional opportunities for e.g. managing urban water, storm water and wastewater systems efficiently and sustainably. This workshop will explore the potential for innovating smart, holistic and liveable city solutions and demonstrators to (i) utilize synergies between intelligent water and energy systems, (ii) empower cities to adapt to changing climate with extreme rainfall and higher temperatures through e.g. nature-based solutions, (iv) facilitate the use of novel technologies and tools for dynamic control, monitoring and treatment of urban water, and (v) improve the urban quality of life.

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Peter Steen Mikkelsen
Professor
DTU Environment
+4545 25 16 05

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Karsten Arnbjerg-Nielsen
Professor
DTU Environment
+4545 25 14 50

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Martin Drews
Senior scientist
DTU Management
+4546 77 51 55

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Tessa Kate Anderson
Assistant Professor
DTU Space
+4545 25 97 53

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Per Sieverts Nielsen
Senior Researcher
DTU Management
+4546 77 52 89