Smart Cities May 2019: Urban Environmental Challenges and Policy Solutions
From Danielia DeLorenzo on July 17th, 2019
This is the eighth video segment from a conference at Princeton University on academic “Smart Cities” research and its potential relevance to New Jersey’s urban centers.
With the expectation that cities will house 70 percent of all people by 2050, cities, industries, universities, and governments are bracing for rapid urbanization. Representatives from industries and universities discuss the challenges future cities will face. Broken into two parts, the first group of speakers focus on policy adaptations to combat urban challenges. The second group of speakers name specific environmental challenges and proposed solutions.
“Building the Future: New Technological Frontiers in Cities” was a showcase of New Jersey university research regarding integrating urban infrastructure with networked sensors, data analytics, and other novel technologies to improve quality of life, resiliency and sustainability in urban environments.
A key objective of the day was identifying new opportunities for collaboration between universities, industry, foundations, and government in this important field.
The multi-institutional conference was organized by Princeton’s Office of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations and the Metropolis Project, with support from Lyft. It was held on May 6, 2019.
This segment contains the following speakers; timestamps are indicated.
Track 1: Policies
0:14 - 3:52 Eric Plummer ‘10, New Jersey Market Manager, Lyft
4:20 - 10:18 Clinton Andrews, Rutgers University, Professor of Urban Planning, Associate Dean for Faculty
10:20 - 17:23 Alison Isenberg, Princeton University, Professor of History
17:25 - 23:00 Robert Noland, Rutgers University, Distinguished Professor of Planning and Public Policy
23:15 - 28:10 Vincent Oria, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Associate Professor of Computer Science
28:15 - 33:35 Warren Powell, Princeton University, Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering
33:42 - 39:17 Stephen Redding, Princeton University, Professor of Economics
39:30 - 45:31 Aaron Shkuda, Princeton University, Professor of Architecture
Track 2: Stressors
47:25 - 51:56 Luc Deike, Princeton University, Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
52:05 - 57:18 Maria Garlock, Princeton University, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
57:38 - 1:03:39 Elizabeth Fassman - Beck, Stevens Institute of Technology, Associate Professor of Civil, Environmental, and Ocean Engineering
1:03:50 - 1:10:06 Robert Kopp, Rutgers University, Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences
1:10:50 - 1:16:42 Ning Lin, Princeton University, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering