Workshop on Joint NTNU-DTU Proposals

Monday, June 3rd DTU’s project CITIES and our Norwegian colleges from NTNU and SINTEF (project FME ZEN) are having a closed workshop at DTU Lyngby Campus, Copenhagen. The aim is to make a coordinated effort in applications, we expect to increase the likelihood of funding.

The two large national projects – CITIES and FME ZEN – have similar synergies. Together we want to unlock, describe and test flexibility at all levels from buildings, districts to cities, by empowering integrated energy systems using digitalization and artificial intelligence.

Around thirty experts from NTNU, SINTEF and DTU participate.

Contact

Hanne Kokkegård  

hanko@dtu.dk
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