Different mobility concepts are tested in living labs, especially regarding the urban soundscape.
The Departments of American Studies of the University Alliance Ruhr study narratives about the sustainable future of coal and steel regions.
33 cities and organisations develop solutions for sustainable urban renewal projects.
The interdisciplinary network investigates sustainable innovations in the Lower Rhine region that use digitalisation to lower emissions.
The chair of Networked Embedded Systems develops algorithms to collect weather-related data with smartphones.
In a larger research network, the imobis documents the current state of knowledge in the area of mobility and traffic as a helpful device for politics and economy.
The imobis develops technological, economic and social steering models in order to enhance energy efficiency in the neighbourhood.
The consortium is investigating possible economic and organisational prerequisites for a mobility cooperative with the aim of producing a guide for action.
Students with start-up plans are now supported even more intensively in their realisation by the expanded start-up initiative.
Researchers at the UA Ruhr are developing a concept for integrated, sustainable mobility between the universities.
In the InvitinG project the department of economic geography tests innovative, low-emission mobility concepts for industrial estates in a Living Lab.
With stakeholders of the North-Jakarta region, urban planning strategies are developed considering the effects of climate change.
A project team from UA Ruhr is developing AI applications for companies from the region in cooperation with partners from business practice.
The city of Essen and the imobis develop a participation procedure for a sustainable mobility transition.
The chair of Networked Embedded Systems is working on a concept for the development of a nationwide mobility index.
In the DFG doctoral research training group (RTG 2484), economists scrutinise regional disparities in order to develop solutions as a basis for political recommendations.
The Institute for Urban Public Health examines the effect of urban sounds on human health.
The consortium examines possibilities for sustainable urban supply chains by testing alternative means of transport in living labs.
The economic geography department is exploring the possibility of a cable railway connection between Essen-Altenessen and the Zollverein UNESCO World Heritage Site.