The yearly programme meeting for Mistra InfraMaint gave opportunities to network and offered discussions on digitalisation.
Applied research and sustainability focus are two factors that matter a lot to Amelie Bennich, doctoral student at Mistra InfraMaint.
Lack of strategic planning and lack of standardised risk management are important challenges for infrastructure companies according to a new thesis.
Micro learning and collaboration projects are popular proposals in the roadmap for competence building.
A first dialogue arena on procurement will be held August 29. Topic for the day: ongoing contracts.
Annika Malm, Programme manager for Mistra InfraMaint, is one of the speakers at the water conference LESAM in Vancouver in September.
How to build competence in the best way? And what do the municipalities and other actors need? That was the topic of Mistra InfraMaint’s workshop recently.
Mistra InfraMaint’s annual meeting will be held 1 October. This year, the theme will be digitalisation.
Roya Meydani is a new doctoral student within the project “Decision support strategies for infrastructure owners”.
Creative discussions about the future, structures and holistic thinking characterised the start meeting for the project Synthesis of the results to a framework.
Kristina Gabrielii had decided: No more board assignments. But to become chairman of Mistra InfraMaint was an offer she could not resist.
Carolina Liljenström, doctoral student within Mistra InfraMaint, is up for her licentiate seminar 20 December.
How can Mistra InfraMaint create change over eight to ten years? Programme Manager Annika Malm presents her vision in a video.
More than 60 participants from Mistra InfraMaint programme took part in the kickoff.
The programme has only just begun. But already, Mistra InfraMaint is on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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