Research Built Environment
According to the WHO, more than half of the world’s population lives in urban areas across the globe. Urban areas are important for human interaction, social well-being and economic vitality. At the same time, we are facing many challenges, such as affordable housing, accessibility, sustainability, and unbalanced quality of living environments.
Cycle Highway Innovation for smarter People Transport and Spatial Planning (CHIPS) focuses on the impact and effectiveness of cycle highway innovations.
Mobility for all. Bridge the gap between vulnerable groups in society and digitalised mobility solutions in Europe.
Optimising design urban green
Nature reduces stress, so how can this effect be optimised in the design of urban green spaces?
Does the e-bike offer new opportunities to get people out of their car and onto (e-)bikes?
Public Play Space
Explorative research that investigates how big groups of people can think about placemaking through games.
Watts2Win Engergy Game
Watts2Win helps students to understand the in and outs of the energy transition in existing building blocks by playing a game.
How can we transform neighbourhoods in a child-friendly way to increase the quality of life for all citizens?
ELEVATE – Urban Mobility Policy-Making
Impact of Europe-wide research and innovation on urban mobility policy-making.