• Wellbeing in the Smart City - Workshop & Seminar

    Published: Tuesday, 02 May 2017

    10 May 2017 Time: 10:00 - 16:00Venue: Atlas 1 & 2, Kilburn Building, Oxford Road, The University of Manchester, M13 9PLRethinking the way that technology can be used to improve health and wellbeing is an essential challenge for cities.

    10 May 2017

    Time: 10:00 - 16:00

    Venue: Atlas 1 & 2, Kilburn Building, Oxford Road, The University of Manchester, M13 9PL

    Rethinking the way that technology can be used to improve health and wellbeing is an essential challenge for cities. Manchester is one of the leading cities for both devolution of health & social care and the development of the smart city through the CityVerve 'Internet of Things' demonstrator.

    The event will be hosted by The University of Manchester, in association with Arup Design & Consulting, and will focus on three areas - 'Wellbeing in the Smart City'; 'Wellbeing and the Smart Campus', and 'Wellbuildings'.

    The aim of the day is to bring together researchers, practitioners, technologists, and industry partners interested in exploring the challenges and opportunities associated with designing, building, and maintaining liveable urban environments in the face of increasing pressures to ensure their environmental sustainability, minimise carbon impact, and deliver efficient modern spaces.

    Joining us for this exciting event is Mei Ren & Jamie Anderson the Director and Senior Sustainability Consultant from BuroHappold, Richard Fitton of the University of Salford and many more. 

    The event will take place in the Atlas Rooms, Kilburn Building, and will incorporate the planned School of Computer Science seminar talk by Dan Hill, Associate Director & Head of Arup Digital Studio (14:00, LT1.5, Kilburn Building).

    Book a place here: http://www.informatics.manchester.ac.uk/events/events/wellbeing-in-the-smart-city/

    gravatar Ruth Maddocks
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