The consortium is formed by 23 European partners and is coordinated by Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST).

This includes 4 research organisations in the areas of environmental science and communication technology ( LIST), analysis of social changes ( LISER), applied research on quality of life and urban ecosystem ( TECNALIA), sustainable development and innovation in the fields of construction ( NBK).

Additionally, the consortium includes 4 public organisations representing a municipality from the REGEN demonstrations of Beckerich, Laredo, Milan and Dublin ( BECKLAREDOMILDDC and  CODEMA) and 2 private organisations, focusing on mobility, environment and territory ( AMAT) and with city planning expertise ( ISOC).

Finally, the consortium is complemented by a metrology SMEs with strong knowhow in software and consulting services for sustainable building design ( IES), monitoring impact measurement frameworks ( TIL), carrying out specific studies by collaboration with engineers and architects ( S&A), creating of knowledge and its transfer to society in the specific field of migrations and in the general field of social research ( BEGI), capacity management and people counting ( DINYCON), research and innovation in the field of sustainable development and energy transition (R2M FR) and ( R2M IT), integrating electricity supply with energy management services ( ARDEN), real estate information management ( DMO), architectural design firms ( KAW) and ( VAR), realizing innovative building systems ( GTB).

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 Sylvain Kubicki

REGEN Coordinator, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)

Mohaddeseh Maktabifard

DEC Manager of REGEN project, R2M Solution