"Research on the Road" edited volume released

How do people drive on roads and behave in traffic? How can we change driving habits and encourage more environmentally responsible modes of transportation? These are the two main questions to which the recently published book, edited by Dan Podjed and Simona Bezjak, tries to answer


Integration of technologies and anthropology presented in London

On 29 June 2017, Dr Dan Podjed, DriveGreen’s Principal Investigator, carried out a workshop ‘Technology and Anthropology: Why People Matter’, organised at London Anthropology Day. In addition, he presented a ‘Why the World Needs Anthropologists’ stall in...


Technologies of mobility between engineering and humanities

A scientific symposium Technologies of Mobility between Engineering and Humanities will be held on Friday, 9 June 2017, from 9 am to 1 pm at the University of Ljubljana's Faculty of Electical Engineering. The symposium is a result of the DriveGreen project.


The first user experience evaluation of the '1, 2, 3 Ljubljana' app is now finished

The DriveGreen team has completed the user experience evaluation of a new smartphone app ‘1, 2, 3 Ljubljana’ and has received valuable feedback on how to improve the final version of the IT solution.



1, 2, 3 app introduced at University College London

On Wednesday, 8 February 2017, DriveGreen’s principal investigator Dan Podjed gave a speech on the future of applied anthropology as part of the Anthropology in the Professional World Seminar Series, organised at the University College London.


Why the World Needs Anthropologists 2016

On 4 and 5 November, 2016, Europe’s biggest meeting of applied anthropologists ‘Why the World Needs Anthropologists’ with a thematic subtitle ‘Humanise IT!’ took place in Tartu, Estonia. Over...


Results of the Drivegreen project presented at the Speculum Artium New Media Festival

Laboratory of Multimedia’s team (LMMFE), based at the University of Ljubljana’s Faculty of Electrical Engineering, presented the ‘DriveGreen’ project at the 8th ‘Speculum Artium’ New Media Festival. The festival was held...


Sustainable mobility in Madrid

From 27 to 30 September, 2016, the DriveGreen project team carried out a rapid assessment of sustainable mobility habits in Madrid, Spain.


Smartphone app '1, 2, 3 Ljubljana' presented at the ERK 2016 in Portorož

The Android-based smartphone app '1, 2, 3 Ljubljana' was presented at the 25th International Electrotechnical and Computer Science Conference ERK 2016, which was held from 19 to 21 September, 2016, in Portorož, Slovenia.



DriveGreen presented in Russia

On 26 September, 2016, Mikhail Sysoev, a junior researcher and a member of the Laboratory for Telecommunications at the University of Ljubljana’s Faculty of Electrical Engineering, gave a lecture at the 9th ruSMART 2016 conference on the Internet of Things and smart spaces, which was...




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