Element 68Element 45Element 44Element 63Element 64Element 43Element 41Element 46Element 47Element 69Element 76Element 62Element 61Element 81Element 82Element 50Element 52Element 79Element 79Element 7Element 8Element 73Element 74Element 17Element 16Element 75Element 13Element 12Element 14Element 15Element 31Element 32Element 59Element 58Element 71Element 70Element 88Element 88Element 56Element 57Element 54Element 55Element 18Element 20Element 23Element 65Element 21Element 22iconsiconsElement 83iconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsElement 84iconsiconsElement 36Element 35Element 1Element 27Element 28Element 30Element 29Element 24Element 25Element 2Element 1Element 66
1./2.
Oktober 2019

City Science Summit 2019

Florian Wittner nimmt teil am City Science Summit 2019, der vom CityScienceLab an der HafenCity University Hamburg (HCU) in Kooperation mit dem MIT Media Lab veranstaltet wird. Zusammen mit Christian Kurz und Mattis Jacobs vom Fachbereich Informatik der Universität Hamburg wird er im Workshop "Cities without Privacy" die Frage diskutieren, "how techno-legal ecosystem awareness can improve the design of connected smart city services".

The two day international conference will look towards future cities that are more livable and innovative in using digital novel technologies for urban decision-making, design, and operation. In addition to members of the City Science Network, we will welcome established experts, high level CEOs and international academics for conversations, talks and workshops.

The Summit is taking place on October 1st and 2nd presenting two days of high profile keynotes, input presentations, sessions and interactive workshops that will focus on the current questions and future development of urban spaces and international metropolis. The title „Cities without …“ refers to a positive future, envisioning, for example, mobility without cars, governance without bureaucracy, economies without currency, learning without schools and access without ownership.

The opening keynotes will take place at the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg where Lord Norman Foster (Architect) will discuss the Power of WITHOUT and how these ideas could improve the lives of people living in informal settlements without access to conventional infrastructure. Following their keynotes, they will join a conversation with Gesa Ziemer (City Science Lab Hamburg) and Kent Larson (MIT, City Science Group).

In the second part of the first day we will present a series of focused presentations, which will outline other major mathematical aspects of the Summit. Invited speakers are, for example, Maja Göpel (WBGU, UNESCO), Atefeh Riazi (United Nations Chief Information Technology Officer), Joëlle Pianzola (ETH Zürich/to be confirmed), Tilo Böhmann (Hamburg University), Michael Lin (MIT Media Lab), Michael Uwemedimo (Collaborative Media Advocacy Platform), Guadalupe Babio (MIT Media Lab), Don Ingber (Wyss Institute at Harvard Materials), Heba Allah Essam E. Khalil (Cairo University).

The conference continues on October 2nd with more than 25 workshops and sessions at the HafenCity University Hamburg, focusing on mobility, logistics, informal urban planing, participation tools and digital communication, Building Information Modeling, data visualization, Digital Twins, Agent Based Moddeling, ICT tools and current migration movements as well as the SDGs, the UN goals for a sustainable development.

The City Science Summit at Hamburg is an international Network meeting, not only for the City Science Network, including our partners from Boston, Quito, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Andorra, Helsinki, Cairo, Dubai, Taipei, Shanghai and Beijing, but also for international academia, stakeholders and companies. Adding to that an additional track, centered around Researching the Digital City, will focus on young researchers.

Infos zur Veranstaltung

Adresse

City Science Lab
HafenCity University Hamburg
Überseeallee 16
20457 Hamburg

Ansprechpartner

Florian Wittner
Junior Researcher

Florian Wittner

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung │ Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg

Tel. +49 (0)40 45 02 17 44
Fax +49 (0)40 45 02 17 77

E-Mail senden

VIELLEICHT INTERESSIEREN SIE AUCH FOLGENDE THEMEN?

Newsletter

Infos über aktuelle Projekte, Veranstaltungen und Publikationen des Instituts.

NEWSLETTER ABONNIEREN!