SUGI Connect National Nodes

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COUNTRY,
CITY
&
PROJECTS:

 

CONTACT NODES:

USA

●      University of Delaware: Andrea Sarzynski, for the Creating Interfaces project.

●      Arizona State University: Mr. Nigel Forrest for the GLOCULL project.

●      New York City Dept. of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Wastewater Treatment and NYC Mayors Office of Sustainability: Michael Bobker for the InSource project.

●      New York City, Gowanus by Design: Jeffrey Raven for the InSource project.

●      University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Dr. Luis F. Rodríguez for the Metabolic project.

●      Miami City Council for the CRUNCH project.

●      STANTEC Miami for the CRUNCH project.

●      Florida International University, College of Architecture for the CRUNCH project.

●      University of Washington: Prof. Gundula Proksch for the CITYFOOD project.

●      University of Washington for the CITYFOOD project (Prof. Gundula Proksch)

 POLAND

●      PZR: Joanna Suchomska for the Creating Interfaces project.

●      NCU: Wojciech Goszynski for the Creating Interfaces project.

●      City of Gdansk for the CRUNCH project.

●      Gdansk University of Technology, Urban Initiative Lab for the CRUNCH project.

 

ROMANIA

●      DDNI: IIulian Nichersu for the Creating Interfaces project.

●      NCAR: Olga Wilhelmi for the Creating Interfaces project.

 THE NETHERLANDS

 

●      VerDuS SURF for the Enlarge project.

●      ICIS – Maastricht University: Astrid Offermans for the GLOCULL project.

●      City of Eindhoven: for the CRUNCH project.

●      Eindhoven University of Technology, Faculty of the Built Environment Information Systems Group for the CRUNCH project.

 

 FRANCE

 

●      VerDuS SURF for the Enlarge project.

SWEDEN

●      LUCSUS – Lund University: Barry Ness for the GLOCULL project.

●      City of Uppsala for the CRUNCH project.

●      University of Gothenburg for the CityFood project.

 AUSTRIA

 

●     BOKU – University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna: Tamara Mitrofanenko for the GLOCULL project.

●      ETIP Smart Networks for Energy Transition (SNET) for the InSource project.

●      City of Vienna: Ernst Gebethsroither for the InSource project.

●      City of Vienna for the Vertical Green project.

SOUTH AFRICA

●      Centre for Complex Systems in Transition, Stellenbosch University: John van Breda for the GLOCULL project.

GERMANY

 

●      SynVer*Z: Dr. Jens Libbe for the InSource project.

●      Forschungsnetzwerke Energie
(German language only) for the InSource project.

●      Ludwigsburg: Daniela Laßmann and Katharina Lutz for the InSource project.

●      Landkreis Ludwigsburg: Department of environment/climate protection and Energy Agency Kreis Ludwigsburg for the InSource project.

●      3D Forum Lindau for the InSource project.

●      ETIP Smart Networks for Energy Transition (SNET) for the InSource project.

●      Aquaponics Knowledge Base for the CITYFOOD project.

●      FEZ Berlin Living Lab: Eva Kulla for the CITYFOOD project.

●      Senate of Berlin Dept. for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection: Goesta Baganz for the CITYFOOD project.

●      Berlin for the Vertical Green project.

 

CANADA

●      City of Montreal: Mrs. Ursula Eicker for the InSource project.

 CHINESE TAIPEI

 

●      Sunny Rich Power Co., Ltd: Kuang Chen for the Metabolic project.

●      National Taiwan University, Department of Bioenvironmental Systems Engineering: Hang-Yeh Lin for the Metabolic project.

●      Taipei City Council for the CRUNCH project.

●      National Taiwan University for the CRUNCH project.


JAPAN

 

●      Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN): Makoto Taniguchi for the Metabolic project.

BRAZIL

●      University of São Paulo-Escola Superior de Luis de Queiroz (ESALQ): Dr. José Vicente Caixeta Filho for the Metabolic project.

●      University of Sao Paulo, School of Public Health: Gabriela Marques di Giulio for the GLOCULL project.

●      São Paulo Living Lab: Jesaias Ismael da Costa for the CITYFOOD project.

UNITED KINGDOM

 

●      Southend-on-Sea for the CRUNCH project.

●      Soil Association/SustainableFoodCities.org for the CRUNCH project.

●      KnowNow Information Ltd – IT Systems for the CRUNCH project.

●      AECOM Ltd for the CRUNCH project.

●      Experior Micro Technologies Ltd for the CRUNCH project.

●      University of Portsmouth for the CRUNCH project.

NORWAY

●      Arendal Living Lab: Atle Beisland for the CITYFOOD project.

 

BELGIUM

SLOVENIA

 

ARGENTINA

 

LATVIA

 

QATAR

 

 

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