Transportation, mobility and urban spaces in Delhi and Copenhagen

Skrevet af Ditte TellgrenFelix Kasperek, translation - Foto: Pavel Svoboda | - 20. marts 2014 - 18:120 kommentarer
Delhi has many urban challenges - one of them being transportation

From Delhi-Copenhagen Urban Challenge: A cross-disciplinary and comparative study on ‘Transportation,
Mobility, and Urban Space’ in Copenhagen, Denmark, and Delhi, India

This Summer, Copenhagen Business School will launch the Summer School ‘Delhi-Copenhagen Urban Challenge' (DCUC) in collaboration with The University of Copenhagen, Institute of Management Technology and IBM.

The aim of this Summer School course is to provide a qualitative addition to IBM’s quantitative Smarter Cities Challenge.

By applying ethnographic methods and theories about logistics and mobility to issues regarding forms of transportation and mobility in Copenhagen, Denmark, and Delhi, India, students will acquire hands-on experience with urban planning and policy making in two very different urban settings.

The course objective is to enable students to independently design and conduct a fieldwork driven project in a hands-on multi-sited case study.

Procedure for applications
Before 1st of April students have to send in a motivation letter to course responsible at your home University including following criteria:

  • Disciplinary background and academic interests
  • Academic record - Perspectives on qualitative research and fieldwork
  • An elaboration on why DCUC is of relevance for your future studies and career
  • CPR number, private e-mail address, postal address and nationality

For more information about application procedure, dates, course content and examination visit the website. 


Course Coordinator
Ditte Lindharth Tellgren, Green innovation in Cities 
Academic Lead
Associate Professor, Mark Vacher, Copenhagen University 
Professor, Britta Gammelgaard, Copenhagen Business School