CESC performs interdisciplinary research on innovative media and communication services for sustainable practices. Find below a selection of our main projects. A list of all projects (in chronological order) is on the right side.

TRACSTRACS – Travel planner for sustainable cities
How will we organize our trips in the future? The project TRACS describes the design of advanced integrated travel planners that provide both efficient decision support for travelers and a tool for local and regional planning for sustainable development.

Data Driven SustainabilityData driven sustainability
How can open data contribute to sustainability? The project Data driven sustainability explores innovative information technologies for creating, sharing, remixing, and visualizing sustainability information.

Videoconference equipmentDrivers and barriers for mediated meetings
Under what circumstances do organizations use videoconferencing and other forms of mediated meetings? And why don’t they use it on a much bigger scale? The project explores the drivers and barriers for mediated meetings in business settings.

Development of sustainability assessment tools for ICT
Developing and testing techniques and tools for the assessment of media and communication products and services

Sustainable social practices
Studying social practices involving ICT use where changed practices can affect the outcome in terms of sustainability, and the visions, i.e., goals, policies and concepts for sustainability within companies and organizations.

ICT as the motor of transition
Exploring how the innovative application of ICT can contribute to more energy efficient transport habits and facilitate more sustainable ways of managing and using buildings with existing infrastructure.

Telecommunicators’ work in the sustainable city
Increasing the understanding of how we will work in future sustainable cities.

Media & Sustainability
Assessing the environmental impact from production, distribution and consumption of different media channels from a lifecycle perspective.

Services in sparsely populated areas
Exploring how advanced ICT mediation technologies can be used to deliver societal services to distant, rural and sparsely populated areas.

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