We explore the socio-spatial perspective on transformation processes in the digital age.
Regional Transition Arena in Hannover
On June 1, the Regional Transition Arena of the MoveMe project took place in Hannover's Nordstadt, at the coworking space Hafven...
AESOP TG Planning Theories (Plural): Year One
Ben Davy, Meike Levin-Keitel and Franziska Sielker just founded the new TG Planning Theories! In Year One, we want to start with a series of MARVEL...
Kick-off event mobil ans #werk
Thinking mobility ahead together - our goal for the next nine months together with the town of Burgwedel, local citizens and companies ...
Nadezda Krasilnikova is investigating the potential of flexible living and working arrangements for transport-saving spatial development.
Working paper 2
Our second joint working paper is ready!
Future Competition #mobilwandel2035 selects the project mobil ans #werk
JProf. Dr. Meike Levin-Keitel and her team are very pleased to have been selected as one of the winners of the Future Competition ...
Collaboration on the DiDaT White Paper
150 scientists and practitioners present orientations and signposts for a responsible handling of digital data as results of a ...
Working paper 1
The follow-up research project MoveMe is pleased to present the first joint working paper.
FONA: Minds of the future
Prof. Dr. Meike Levin-Keitel and her team are conducting research on a multi-optional mobility culture in the MoveMe project.
Joint research workshop of RTD and RAM
The subject areas "Spatial Transformation in the Digital Age" (RTD) and "Spatial Modeling" (RAM) both focus strongly on the topic of...