Copenhagen Solutions Lab is the City of Copenhagen’s incubator for smart city initiatives. We work cross-departmental with the City’s administration and in partnership with local and international companies and knowledge institutions to create and test new ideas, technologies and solutions to real urban challenges, and create new ways to relate to urban planning and the built environment.
We are always happy to hear from people, who work with or are interested in smart city. Get in touch with us at email@example.com
Marius is the manager of Copenhagen Solutions Lab. He has been working with the development and positioning of Denmark as a leading provider of smart city solutions since the country hosted the UN Climate Change Conference in 2009. Marius has a background in social science and has published books, articles and opinion pieces on subjects such as green economy, place branding and public private partnership.
In Copenhagen Solutions Lab Marius is responsible for program management, strategy development and partnerships.
Get in touch with Marius on firstname.lastname@example.org and +45 21 93 65 20.
Rasmus is the primary project leader for Street Lab. He has experience from both the private and public sector with urban development and all aspects of smart cities including policy, strategy, project development & management and partnerships. Rasmus has a background in Philosophy and Human-Computer Interaction.
Get in touch with Rasmus at email@example.com or +45 61 68 68 50.
Cecilie is the Danish Project Manager of the EU Horizon 2020 Project SELECT for Cities, which aims to create large-scale Internet of Everything Labs across European cities. Cecilie has a background in international business development and innovation from the corporate sector and the tech startup scene, and she has a strong interest in how technologies can be used to make the cities smarter and more sustainable.
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Tina is an experienced project manager and has worked with energy and environmental issues with a focus on citizen participation for more than 20 years. The last four years she has been working on smart city projects in the City of Copenhagen. She has been project lead of smart urban lab in Nordhavn in the EU-project Transform (2012-15). She has great experience with cooperation with private partners and academia. She has hold the position as Head of energy consultant department and worked with marketing and communication in Greater Copenhagen Utility (HOFOR).
Background: IPMA level C certified, IAA Diploma market communication, Bachelor of commerce in marketing and Bachelor of nutrition and health.
Tina works together with Hitachi on the City Data Exchange and the EU-project Select for cities together with Helsinki and Antwerpen.
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Kim has a background with Urban development in Denmark and Urban Management in the Netherlands. The last four years he has worked with smart city strategies and smart city initiatives in Copenhagen. Kim combines his experience from previous jobs in the planning department for the inner city of Copenhagen and the department for digitalisation into tranforming the smart city visions and strategies of Copenhagen into real solutions.
Kim coordinates the smart city initiatives in the smart city project board. The citys seven administrations and various living labs are represented.
He also works on conferences, privacy issues and other smart city projects
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Frans is responsible for technical and data issues in Copenhagen Soultions Lab. Frans comes from a project management and Big Data background in private sector consulting. Frans has an engineering background and has done training and consultancy for more than 20 years.
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Rasmus Reeh is project lead and developer of smart energy and climate projects. A trained sociologist and economist, he has worked intensively on the transition to renewables energy production and the sociological and economical perspectives of the adoption of the new energy technologies and systems solutions. He leads the EnergyBlock and Innovatorium projects at Copenhagen Solutions Lab.
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Sara is a student worker at Copenhagen Solutions Lab – so she makes a mean coffee in the office. She is also responsible for writing about Copenhagen Solutions Lab’s activities, facilitating meetings and workshops as well as answering enquiries and other ad hoc tasks.
Currently, she is enrolled in a masters program of Digital Innovation and Management at the IT University of Copenhagen. Sara has a background in Techno-Anthropology (Technology and Anthropology).
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Mikkel is a part time member of the Copenhagen Solutions Lab team. Mikkel has focus on entrepreneurship policy and ‘smart citizens’: Citizen who participate, create and shape the smart city though various tools such as tactical urbanism, physical prototyping and open innovation.
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Christina is our project manager for regional engagement and has a background in social anthropology and an international master degree in responsible management (CSR). She has worked with the international urban agenda on climate change and sustainability since the UN Climate Conference (UNFCCC) in Copenhagen 2009. Christina has a broad international experience from both the NGO, public and private sector and works with public private partnerships, business and growth and strategy development on cross cutting issues.
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Lasse is an Industrial Ph.d. student hosted by Copenhagen Solutions Lab who studies at Copenhagen Business Schools’ Department of Business and Politics. Lasse has professional experience from the City of Copenhagens’ Business & Growth department, and academic experience within public organizations’ role in innovation and in particular demand-side innovation policy.
Smart city thinking challenges the status quo of managing cities. It requires political courage and a holistic approach to public management to create efficiencies and sustainable growth. This can be achieved by involving businesses, knowledge institutions and citizens more deeply in creating smart urban solutions.
Copenhagen, like many other large cities, suffers from massive problems with congestion and flash floods; this and the ambitious climate targets are reasons for the need to rethink how the city’s solutions are structured in new smart ways, such as the utilization of big data and new technologies.
The Copenhagen Solutions Lab will be a new governing body for smart city projects across all sectors in the city and will have focus on creating triple helix partnerships. Copenhagen Solutions Lab will lead the implementation of innovation and smart city development in close collaboration with knowledge institutions and companies as well as citizens. New ITS solutions, reduced carbon emissions, implementation of sensors that create real time data and information on current situations in the city and the build up and architecture of a new ‘Big Data Digital Infrastructure Platform’ that shares data across public and private sectors will all be working focus points within the Lab.