For students of the MSc track Urbanism at the our faculty, it is possible to graduate with the Smart City and Urban Metabolism research group.
Graduation projects, which are mentored from our group, should
- relate to one of our research projects.
- have a prominent role for one or more ‘urban resource flows’ (energy, water, materials, waste, nutrients, climate, people, data).
- seek symbiosis between at least two flows or between at least one flow and other urban program.
You can find our available first and second mentors in the mentor list.