Mobility and urban space

Overview

The central goal of the project is to contribute to the promotion of sustainable mobility, the qualification of urban space and the protection against low-frequency noise in the Stuttgart region and to develop initial concepts for this purpose. The project represents a practice-oriented building block for achieving climate protection goals and for increasing the quality of life in cities.

Research Question

How can a maximum of individual mobility with a minimum of MIV succeed? To what extent are citizens willing to implement such a transformation and discover added value for themselves on an individual and collective level? What new instruments and methods are necessary for this and what are the prospects? How can residents be protected from sound in the low-frequency range?

Procedure

The project is divided into three sub-projects.

Sub-project 1 "Mobility, urban space and collaborative processes" addresses the mobility behaviour of citizens and the use and design of urban space.

In sub-project 2 "User Centered Mobility", a data-based acceptance analysis of means of transport in dense and less dense areas is investigated, especially for commuting.

In sub-project 3 "Low-frequency sound insulation of facades", data and algorithms for sound insulation of building structures in the low-frequency range are determined.

Targeted results

The research project represents an opportunity to accompany municipalities in new, participatory transformation processes, processes that are supported by social and technical innovations. Significant sources of knowledge for the use of future socially used forms of mobility will be made accessible. In addition, a catalogue of components with relevant constructions of energy-optimised optimised façades will be developed. The developments that are being tackled in this project combine several research areas in a new way. As a strong research university with a good network in the region, we want to help shape the changes in society in a future-oriented and responsible way.

ManagementProf. Dr. Christina Simon-Philipp, Prof. Dr. Thomas Bäumer, Prof. Dr. Volker Coors, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Gaspers, Prof. Dr. Stephanie Huber, Prof. Dr. Patrick Müller, Prof. Dr. Patrick Planing, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Berndt Zeitler
Partner

Bundesverband Kalksandstein Industrie e.V., Mercedes-Benz AG, City of Stuttgart, Ministy of Transport Baden-Württemberg, M.O.S.S., Stadtwerke Stuttgart GmbH

WebsiteiCity: Intelligent City

Programme

Forschung an Fachhochschulen

Call for proposal

Strong universities of applied sciences - impulse for the region (FH-Impuls)

Duration01.06.21 - 31.08.22

 

Team

Name and position Field Email and phone Room
Professorin/ Studiendekanin Master-Studiengang Architektur und Gestaltung/ Städtebau und Stadtplanung/ Leiterin ZNS +49 711 8926 2616 8/3.11
Professor / Dean of Studies Study Course Business Psychology +49 711 8926 2304 L 104
Scientific Director of the IAF Computer Science and Geodesy +49 711 8926 2708 7/030
Vice-President (Studies and Teaching) University Board +49 711 8926 2658 1/120
+49 711 8926 2318 L104
Professor Business Psychology +49 711 8926 2858 L 131
Professor Business Psychology +49 711 8926 2903 L127
Professor, Member of IAF Directorium Building Physics +49 711 8926 2507 7/104
Academic staff member Centre for Geodesy and Geoinformatics +49 711 8926 2517 2/210
Akademischer Mitarbeiter / Akustikgruppe Zentrum für akustische und thermische Bauphysik (ZfB) / Fakultät B / BA Bauphysik / MA Gebäudephysik +49 711 8926 2836 7/115
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Wirtschaftspsychologie +49 711 8926 2361 L 104
Akademischer Mitarbeiter / Akustikgruppe Zentrum für akustische und thermische Bauphysik (ZfB) / Fakultät B / BA Bauphysik / MA Gebäudephysik +49 711 8926 2881 7/115