Alumni Weekend Event: Kellogg Urban Knowledge Exchange “Healthy places, smart cities?”

In March 2018 Kellogg launched a series of ‘lively’ debates to tackle urban issues such as affordable housing and rapid urbanisation.

As part of the Meeting Minds Alumni weekend, this free session opens up a lively, topical and provocative discussion on how to use emerging research technologies to shape our cities and urban environments, and to improve the everyday lives of residents. Core areas – such as intelligent buildings, open big data and designing in health – herald a new era of urban knowledge exchange.

Booking
Bookings should be made via the University Alumni Weekend website.

Speaker

Dr Nigel Mehdi, Departmental Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development, Kellogg

Dr Alexy Karenowska, Access Fellow, Magdalen