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“ActivE Youth”

Project Leader
Damyanovic Doris, Project Leader
Mobilität der Zukunft - Kooperative F&E-Projekte - Industrielle Forschung
Type of Research
Applied Research
Project partners
komobile w7 GmbH – Office for _x000D_ traf­fic planning and traf­fic en­gi­neer­ing , Wien, Austria.
Contact person: Martin Nigl;
Function of the Project Partner: Partner
University of Vienna - Institute of Sport Science - Department of Sport Pedagogy, Auf der Schmelz 6A, 1150 Wien, Austria.
Contact person: Ass. Prof. Rosa Diketmüller;
Function of the Project Partner: Partner
Muhar Andreas, Project Staff
Schneider Gerda, Project Staff
Bittner Irene, Project Staff
Reinwald Florian, Project Staff
Schauppenlehner Thomas, Project Staff
Höglhammer Anna, Project Staff (bis 19.07.2015)
Beiser Verena, Project Staff (bis 28.02.2023)
BOKU Research Units
Institute for Landscape Development, Recreation and Conservation Planning
Institute of Landscape Planning
ActivE Youth - TP ILEN (AktivE Jugend)
Funded by
Austrian Research Promotion Agency, Sensengasse 1, 1090 Wien, Austria
The project “ActivE Youth” studies possibilities and opportunities of mobile devices and the contribution they can make to reduce physical inactivity of young citizens. Through the interplay of (traffic) planning-, social science- and sports science-approaches, the complex mobility and movement patterns of young people are analyzed integrative. The aim is to develop an interdisciplinary set of tools for the analysis and to test the potential of new media to stimulates active mobility.
Urban design; Transport economics; Landscape planning; Spatial research; Urbanism; Transport planning; Child research, youth research;
active mobility; Open Space Planning; urban youth; Landscape Planning; mobile digital media; Urban Planning; Traffic Planning;

Reinwald, F; Schauppenlehner, T; Mairinger, F; Bittner, I; Höglhammer, A; Diketmüller R; Damyanovic, D (2015): Possibilities and opportunities of mobile devices to measure the physical (in)activity of young citizens – first results of a case study in Vienna.
[REAL CORP 2015 - Plan Together – Right Now – Overall. From Vision to Reality for Vibrant Cities and Regions, Ghent, Belgium, 04.04.2015 - 07.04.2015]

In: Manfred SCHRENK, Vasily V. POPOVICH, Peter ZEILE, Pietro ELISEI (Eds.), REAL CORP 2015 Proceedings/Tagungsband

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