Engineering the Transitions
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Energy Transition of Buildings and Urban Activity Systems
We invite breakthrough thinking with rigorous analysis of specific projects in cities around the world.
This research project asks the question: “How can we engineer a virtual exploration and digital economy that delivers a system by which urban residents and businesses fit into the urban form, downshift the need for cars and fossil energy use and regenerate urban environments?”
21 lectures that follow the new text book Transition Engineering. Examples
Self-paced learning and assessment.
The ETP 10th Annual Conference 2021: A Sustainable Energy Conference for Emerging Researchers took place online from 8 - 9 December 2021. This event featured guest keynote speaker Professor Susan Krumdieck speaking on research on sustainable energy.
Chair: Dr Girol Karacaoglu, Head of School of Government
New Zealand Web Meeting
The first event in the Aotearoa Transition Launchpad series, aiming to help accelerate the conversations on transition in Aotearoa. We were privileged to hear from Professor Rotmans and Professor Krumdieck, who both provided extremely valuable insights regarding transition governance and implementation.
Professor Susan Krumdieck is at the cutting edge of engineering academia, showcasing New Zealand engineering education internationally.
What are the Engineering solutions to climate change?
People who have taken a TE course and/or carried out a shift project will present an innovative "Shift Project".
Investors, policy-makers and companies will be watching and getting their perspective shifted.
This podcast gives us a conversation to explore these topics.
Transition Engineers AustraliaDate February 11, 2020Details Engineers Australia have invited a presentation by Professor Krumdieck about Transition Engineering and how to deliver the training to members as an on-line course or through training workshops at companies. This is a great development for the movement.
These articles attracted more than 20,000 views in 2020
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Professor Susan Krumdieck has been invited to give a keynote address to the New Zealand Minerals Forum. The oil extractors are going to hear about the sunset of their industry. But there is a twist. In this talk she will open up a new perspective on the future we know is looming up at us.
Professor Carey King organises the symposium as part of his research into the energy economics of transition to the third age. Professor Krumdieck presents the winning move at the invited seminar.
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University of Canterbury Department of Mechanical Engineering
The course will have 7 weeks of lectures on Transition Engineering using the new textbook. Students will focus on learning by doing. A workshop will be included for group brainstorming around the 100 year path-break concepts and discovering shift projects.