Smart Cities Working Seminar
Killian Room, Hall of Languages
This the first in a two-year series of working seminars and meetings that will explore the broad space of ‘smart cities’. This broad topic includes issues as varied as designing livable spaces, considerations of urban life and work, the importance of sustainability, the roles of information and digital technologies, the ways in which municipalities work together and with residents, the nature of community, and the ways in which Syracuse—as a city and a region—reflects the issues and opportunities of vibrant communities. For additional information, contact Jonnell Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Co-sponsored by the Geography Department (Maxwell School and College of Arts and Sciences), School of Architecture, School of Design (College of Visual and Performing Arts), College of Engineering and Computer Science, School of Information Studies, and SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
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