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19 August 2020

InnoBlog: Working for viable cities

Through InnoBlogs, students and graduates of the EIT InnoEnergy Master programmes share our thoughts and experiences on a wide range of energy-related topics.  In this blog I  interviewed Mahima Kanwar Rathore, a graduating student from the MSc. Energy for Smart Cities programme. Mahima is currently working with the local innovation-organisation, Viable Cities, in Stockholm.

 

Mahima found out about Viable Cities during her first year at KTH Royal Institute of Technology and ever since then she has been wanting to work there! For Mahima, it was really important to work with a company that resonates with the vision for ‘innovation and research’. Viable Cities has a perfect blend of research and innovation in a progressive environment that Mahima found very attractive. Their ongoing projects vary from theoretical studies to actual development of testbeds and platforms, in collaboration with other technology companies.

 

Tell us a bit about your role at viable cities.

How did EIT InnoEnergy Masters prepare you for this role?

Has this been a fulfilling experience?

Any encouraging words for future students who want to take this path?

InnoTalks: Master’s in Energy for Smart Cities

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