Anthropolis Colloquium 2021: Envisioning Sustainable Futures for Urban Mobility
March 25-26, 2021 | 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM CET
Online, free with required pre-registration
The Anthropolis Colloquium 2021 focuses on Envisioning Sustainable Futures for Urban Mobility. Taking place virtually on the 25/26 March from 9:30-12 and 14:00-16:30 CET, the Colloquium will address different perspectives and dimensions of urban mobility, its futures, technologies and innovations, and potential contribution to more sustainability and inclusivity.
On the first day, the sessions of Urban Mobility Futures and Mobility-as-a-Service in (Re)Evolution:
Governance, Business Models & Opportunities will set the context of the colloquium with three keynote presentations, two roundtables, and the presentation of the Anthropolis Chair’s research and vision. On the second day, the sessions Infrastructures of the Future and Sustainability Challenges for Innovation in Urban Mobility will address innovations and future requirements of physical, digital and virtual mobility infrastructures, and the challenges of sustainability in the field of urban mobility. Four keynote presentations and two roundtables will provide a vast range of input and perspectives, again in contrast to the Chair’s work.
The Colloquium is facilitated through the Anthropolis Chair by IRT SystemX and CentraleSupélec. It brings the partners EDF, Engie, Groupe Renault, Communauté d’Agglomération Paris-Saclay, and Nokia Bell-Labs together to work towards human-centred urban mobility.
We invite professionals, academics, researchers, policy makers, and students interested in Urban Mobility to join the discussions. Due to limitations of the numbers of participants, registration is required. Regular updates on the detailed programme and speakers can be found on www.chaire-anthropolis.fr.
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