Award ceremony - Lund University Agenda 2030 Award
The new Lund University Agenda 2030 Award wants to promote innovative and interdisciplinary research on sustainable development by early career scholars at the university. Alexandra Nikoleris is the first winner and is praised for her innovative work in designing creative and sustainable future scenarios.
Apart from the winner Alexandra Nikoleris, Associate Senior Lecturer at the Department of Technology and Science at the Faculty of Engineering, two honorary mentions will also be awarded at the ceremony.
PhD student Ana Goidea at the Department for Architecture and the Built Environment gets an honorary mention for her project Protomycokion and her work on an architectural prototype made from 3d printed wood fragments bound together by living fungal mycelium.
An honorary mention also goes to post docs Steven Curtis and Sofie Sandin Lompar and PhD students Frans Libertson, Katherine Shabb and Karolina Södergren at the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) for their innovative approach of sharing scientific knowledge to a broad audience through the podcast Advancing Sustainable Solutions.
At the award ceremony, Mikael Klintman, Professor of Sociology at Lund University, will share insights on research for sustainable development and relate to his topical research on knowledge resistance.
After the announcements and presentations you'll get the chance to see and learn more about the exciting projects of the laureates in a mini exhibition, and there will be mingle with refreshments and music.
The award ceremony will be held in English, on site, and will not be recorded.
13.00 Welcome by Kristina Jönsson, coordinator of Lund University Agenda 2030 Graduate School
13.05 Announcement of and presentations by laureates
14.05 Keynote speaker – Mikael Klintman, Professor of Sociology, Lund University
14.25 Mingle with mini exhibition of projects, refreshments and music
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About the award
The award aims to promote innovative and interdisciplinary research on sustainable development. The winner will be awarded 25 000 SEK and the announcement and prize ceremony will take place annually at Lund Sustainability Week.
The Lund University Agenda 2030 Award is a collaboration between the Agenda 2030 Graduate School at Lund University and Elis Textil Service AB - Sweden’s leading B2B textile service provider and the first company in Sweden to be third-party certified for its work with the Sustainable Development Goals.
Tid: 2022-05-05 13:00 till 15:00
Magle konserthus, Magle Stora Kyrkogata 4, Lund
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