(Partner Event) SJSU Innovative Technologies in Urban Planning
Join San Jose State University’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning and the Urban Planning Coalition on Saturday, March 17, for their Annual Symposium at the Martin Luther King Library.
Special guest appearance Julia Lave Johnston President Elect at California Chapter, American Planning Association will help kickoff our spring symposium beginning at 10:00 am.
The symposium will focus on “Innovative Technologies in Urban Planning.” Joining us as the keynote speaker is Dr. Paul Waddell, who has led the development of the UrbanSim model of urban simulation now used by Metropolitan Planning Organizations and other local and regional agencies, introduced by Dr. Shishir Mathur from San Jose State University.
Panel discussions will address the following:
1) Using Urban Simulation and Data Science to Evaluate Land Uses (11:00am-12:00pm)
Moderated by Richard Kos, AICP
Sam Blanchard (UrbanSim)
Adam Garcia (Greenbelt Alliance)
Yanwen Luo (Guanxi University)
Di Meng (Gensler)
2) Providing Services Using Emerging Technologies (1:00 pm – 2:00 pm)
Moderated by Dr. Serena Alexander
Ryan Wold (Civic Studio)
Jerry Zeyu Gao (San Jose State University)
3) Transportation and Technology in the Urban Environment (2:10 pm – 3:10pm)
Moderated by Dr. Joseph Kott
Dr. Serena Alexander (San Jose State University)
Dr. Kevin Fang (San Jose State University)
Melissa Ruhl (Arup)
Sam Sadle (LimeBike)
Breakfast, refreshments, and lunch provided with registration.
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