Project Profile: M-NEX
The Moveable NEXUS: Design-led urban food, water and energy management innovation in new boundary conditions of change
|Principal Investigators:||Wanglin Yan, Keio University, Japan and Dr. Anna Grichting Solder, Qatar University, Qatar|
|Partners:||Anthony Burke, University of Technology Sydney - Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, Australia
Yoshinori Isagai, Keio University - Keio Research Institute at SFC, Japan
Dr. Bijon Kumer Mitra, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Japan
Dr. Andy van den Dobbelsteen, Delft University of Technology - Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Netherlands
Dr. Fodil Fadli, Qatar University - College of Engineering, Qatar
Kevin Logan, Maccreanor Lavington, United Kingdom
Professor Greg Keeffe, Queens University Belfast - School of Natural and Built Environment, United Kingdom
Geoffrey Thun, University of Michigan - Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, United States
|Full Project Title:||The Moveable NEXUS: Design-led urban food, water and energy management innovation in new boundary conditions of change|
|Full Call Title:||Nexus2016|
|Project Objective:||1. To implement existing FEW research in cities through the design practice.
2. To aggregate existing FEW tools into one analytical decision support tool.
3. To use existing knowledge and aggregated tool in a series of design workshops at six living labs.
|Call Objective:||The Sustainable Urbanisation Global Initiative (SUGI)/Food-Water-Energy Nexus is a joint call established in order to bring together actors to find innovative new solutions to the Food-Water-Energy Nexus challenge. The ultimate goal is to increase the access and the quality of life.|
|Regions:||Asia, Australia, Europe, North America|
|Countries:||Australia, Japan, Netherlands, Qatar, United Kingdom, United States of America (USA)|
|Call Date:||December 9, 2016|
|Project Award Date:||February 15, 2018|