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SCIL Researchers included in the top list of most cited and downloaded authors

SCIL researchers René Bohnsack and Cláudia Antunes Marante were included in the top list of most cited and downloaded authors in top-tier peer-reviewed journals. The top list was compiled by Wiley, a global online publisher of scientific journals. A more extensive blog post that synthesizes the study can be found here: https://bit.ly/3OBULmi. You can read the full article

Introducing Venturely.io to the Master Students from International Marketing and Sales Communication from IULM University, Milan, Italy

Lisbon, April 28th 2022 Grazie a Smart City Innovation Lab, i partecipanti al Master in International Marketing and Sales Communication - IULM hanno avuto la possibilità di conoscere venturely.io/, una piattaforma di business modeling e creazione di imprese che permette a chiunque di portare con successo le proprie idee sul mercato. Una vera e propria guida passo

H2020 inteGRIDy project reaches its end with the launch of innovative energy solutions validated across 10 pilot sites

We are happy to announce that an H2020 project «inteGRIDy» (2017 – 2021), which the Smart City Innovation Lab was proudly part of, has officially come to its end in December 2021. In inteGRIDy, the Smart City Innovation Lab (SCIL) led several activities: Business model development & validation for innovative smart grid and energy

Driving Applied Research in the Context of Smart Cities – Zdunska Wola’s City Council Representatives visiting SCIL

On September 27th, we had the pleasure to receive seven representatives from Zdunska Wola’s City Council at CLSBE. Zdunska Wola is a small industrial city in Poland built in the XIX century. Famous for their beers and textile industry, they are now on the path to implement digital technologies to develop the city. They

Using green product innovation to let your customers behave more sustainably

What makes customers use green products in a truly sustainable way? Green product innovation aims to design products that deliver environmental benefits to customers, such as CO2 emission reductions, improved recyclability of products, and energy savings. However, would higher adoption of green products automatically lead to the realization of a product’s environmental benefits? This

SCIL’s Carbon Footprint Challenge as Finalist in Innovation Competition

On July 15, Henriette Närger and René Bohnsack presented the Carbon Footprint Challenge as finalists of the 'Innovationspreis der Landeshauptstadt München'.  The Carbon Footprint Challenge is a gamified survey application to motivate and teach users how to improve their carbon footprint, developed by our very own master student Mariana Nunes. With the contest, the city

Looking back at GRONEN2020

That was GRONEN2020: Some Facts & Figures 113 participants, 52 synchronous paper presentations, 58 hours live-stream, and 8 virtual bars and socials - that was GRONEN2020!! A quick calculation shows that we saved about 65 t of CO2 (580 kg of CO2 x 113 participants), 678 hours of travel, and almost 130.000