Colloque international « Innovative Mobility and Urban Design » – ENSA Strasbourg – 21 et 22 septembre 2018
Direction scientifique : Cristiana Mazzoni, AUSser, IMM Chair, Professeure ENSA, Dominique Badariotti, LIVE, Professeur UNISTRA
Coordination scientifique : Andreea Grigorovschi, PhD, ENSAS ass.Professeure
Organizers : “Innovative Metropolitain Mobility” Chair, ENSAS-CAUP/Tongji-SYSTRA / Laboratoire AMUP, ENSAS / Laboratoire LIVE, UNISTRA
Lieu : ENSA Strasbourg, 6-8 boulevard du Président Wilson, 67068 Strasbourg cedex
Date : 21 et 22 septembre 2018
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Extrait du site : The symposium is an invitation addressed to both new and established researchers, as well as experts from the private or public spheres, who seek to rethink – or even revolutionize – mobility as a societal problem and/or practice.
The main topic will focus the relation of mobility systems to metropolitan territories and places, through fields of knowledge and action as varied as architecture, engineering, geography, new technologies, and others.
Today, one of Europe’s main objectives is to overcome the negative externalities of 20th Century urban mobility, especially in metropolitan areas, and to move towards sustainable policies for a democratic mobility transition. For this, many European research programs (E.g.INTERREG EUROPE Program, H2020 Program, Societal Challenges calls for proposals: “Mobility for growth”;“Smart, green and integrated transport”; “Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials”) and urban policies are addressing the mobility issue in order to «make cities and settlements human, inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable» (EU, 2017). Furthermore, France’s strong commitment in this respect was recently confirmed through President Emmanuel Macron’s decision to make “mobility” the main theme chosen by France for its participation in the Dubai World Expo of 2020.
In accordance with these objectives, the «Innovative Metropolitan Mobility» (IMM) Chair – a research and education platform on sustainable mobility in contemporary metropolises – aims at bringing together academic researchers and mobility experts from both the private and public sectors, in order to collectively reflect on innovative projects and design methods combining
mobility, metropolitan territory and architecture, public space and energy transition concerns and challenges.
This symposium thus presents itself as an opportunity to deepen and exchange knowledge on these topics by mirroring academic research and research-action experiences, approaches and methodologies developed in different contemporary metropolitan contexts