October 26, 2012
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Pfizer Auditorium, Bern Dibner Library of Science and Technology
NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, Brooklyn, New York
The symposium, Livable Cities of the Future, will bring together an interdisciplinary group of engineers, civic leaders, educators and futurists in a unique forum that will offer an open discussion of how George Bugliarello’s vision manifests itself in innovative urban planning for the cities of tomorrow. Discussions will examine the critical role engineers play in the social and economic development of cities and their ever-increasing importance in the area of policymaking.
Engineers, academics, practitioners in public and private agencies, urban planners, designers, developers, policymakers, researchers.
Jerry M. Hultin
the School of Engineering President, Symposium Chair
Robert K. Steel
New York City Deputy Mayor for Economic Development
President & CEO, Analytic Services, Inc.
Richard S. Thorsen
the School of Engineering Vice President Emeritus
CEO, Port Authority of New York/New Jersey
President, American Society of Civil Engineers
President of Con Edison Company of New York
Daniel Peter Loucks
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University
Former Mayor of Toronto and the School of Engineering Future of Cities Global Fellow
Commissioner, New York State Department of Transportation
Ruthie D. Lyle
IBM SmartCloud for Social Business
Director, Columbia Water Center, Columbia University Earth Institute
Commissioner, New York City Department of Environmental Protection.
Director of the Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP)
Gerard M. Mooney
Vice President, IBM Global Smarter Cities
Thomas D. O'Rourke
Thomas R. Briggs Professor of Engineering, Cornell University
David Lee/Ernst Weber Chair and Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering, the School of Engineering
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