Collaborative Research for a Green Recovery – a C-DICE workshop programme
The Centre for Postdoctoral Development in Infrastructure, Cities and Energy (C-DICE), is running a workshop programme on the subject of ‘Collaborative Research For a Green Recovery’.
C-DICE wants to develop new technologies, business models and policies that will support the transition to a Net Zero future, through collaborating with industry and academia.
As part of this, a special C-DICE workshop programme is being developed, and we are looking for people to input into this by completing a short questionnaire.
We are particularly interested in how we might integrate new solutions with existing infrastructure, specifically in the fields of transport, household and industry.
Initially, we invite you to contribute your voice to the conversation by responding to the following question:
“What do you consider to be the main obstacles that get in the way of integrating green solutions for transport, household or industry with existing infrastructure?”
Think broadly but be specific – consider gaps in our knowledge and the limitations of current research – and share as much detail as you can.
Your input will be invaluable in helping us to identify themes that will become the focus of a “Town Hall” workshop to which you will be invited on 16 or 17 June.
The questionnaire is here, it will take around five minutes to complete: https://forms.office.com/r/tf2vrYDzk9
Please send through your responses by 26 May