Mar11

Smart Cities: Perspectives from Europe and North America

By EU@SXSW

Add to My Calendar 11/03/18 4:30 PM 11/03/18 5:30 PM Central Standard Time Smart Cities: Perspectives from Europe and North America

This panel will highlight Smart City challenges and dynamics in Europe and North America. Initiatives and projects from various areas will be presented and issues like stakeholders’ engagement, key success factors and collaborations will be discussed with the panelists.

Date:

11 March 2018 from 4.30 to 5.30PM

Location:

EU House @ SxSW, Palm Door on Sixth, 508 East 6th Street, Austin

Agenda:

4.30-4.50: Smart Cities: Context, definitions and perspectives from Belgium

Professor Nathalie Crutzen, Smart City Institute, HEC Liege, Belgium introduced by Hubert Goffinet, Director of Research & Innovation, Wallonia Brussels International

4.50-5.30: Perspectives from Europe and North America : Panel discussion with the speakers:

  • Prof Beverly Kuhn Division Head / Senior Research Engineer; Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, USA
  • Valeria Stacchini, Metropolitan City Of Bologna, Italy (Focus: Bologna)
  • Sarah Wittlieb, LabCampus Munich Airport, Germany (Focus: LabCampus, innovation Campus at Munich Airport)
  • Marc Coudert, Environmental Conservation Program Manager, City of Austin, US (focus: Austin)

5.30: Closing remarks

Professor Nathalie Crutzen, Smart City Institute

Palm Door on 6th, Austin

Description

This panel will highlight Smart City challenges and dynamics in Europe and North America. Initiatives and projects from various areas will be presented and issues like stakeholders’ engagement, key success factors and collaborations will be discussed with the panelists.

Date:

11 March 2018 from 4.30 to 5.30PM

Location:

EU House @ SxSW, Palm Door on Sixth, 508 East 6th Street, Austin

Agenda:

4.30-4.50: Smart Cities: Context, definitions and perspectives from Belgium

Professor Nathalie Crutzen, Smart City Institute, HEC Liege, Belgium introduced by Hubert Goffinet, Director of Research & Innovation, Wallonia Brussels International

4.50-5.30: Perspectives from Europe and North America : Panel discussion with the speakers:

  • Prof Beverly Kuhn Division Head / Senior Research Engineer; Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, USA
  • Valeria Stacchini, Metropolitan City Of Bologna, Italy (Focus: Bologna)
  • Sarah Wittlieb, LabCampus Munich Airport, Germany (Focus: LabCampus, innovation Campus at Munich Airport)
  • Marc Coudert, Environmental Conservation Program Manager, City of Austin, US (focus: Austin)

5.30: Closing remarks

Professor Nathalie Crutzen, Smart City Institute

  • 11th March 2018
  • 4:30PM–5:30PM
  • Palm Door on 6th

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