Sharing Sustainable & Smart City in the Perspective of China's Urbanization

Sat, Oct 15, 2016    9am

Smart City is a global trend to integrate multiple information and communication technology to manage a city’s assets and meet challenges of technological, economic and environmental changes. Within the past few years, China has transformed from the traditional urbanization mode to the more sustainable way of urban development. The forum brings scholars and practitioners to share ideas and experience of Sustainable and Smart Cities in the global context and their implications for China and other countries.

Robert Beauregard
Director of Urban Planning Ph.D. Program, Columbia GSAPP
Zhan Guo
Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Transportation Policy, NYU Bruce Feffer
Partner, Eaton & Van Winkle LLP
Justin Hollander
Associate Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, Tufts University
Constantine Kontokosta
Deputy Director, Academics; Asst. Professor, Urban Informatics, NYU; Head, Quantified Community
Peter Marcotullio
Director of the CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities; Adjunct Professor of Urban Planning at Columbia GSAPP
Katie Walsh
Cities Manager, North America, CDP
Weiping Wu
Director of Urban Planning Program, Columbia GSAPP
Ronald Ying
Project manager in the Environmental Assessment Review Division, NYU; Department of City Planning
Jinhua Zhao
Assistant Professor of City and Transportation Planning, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT