The questions that will be discussed during this talk: What are the technologies that help us sense the city? How to properly use the available data about waste? How to turn our cities into true mines where all waste is reused? How does circularity contribute to a socially sustainable urban development and regeneration? What are the social implications of the so-called doughnut city? What is the role of the citizen in the fabrication of a circular model of city?
Arjan van Timmeren - Full professor at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Department of Urbanism, chair ‘Environmental Technology & Design’ and Principal Investigor at AMS Institute.
- Ellen van Bueren - Professor of Urban Development Management at TU Delft and Principal Investigator at AMS Institute.
- Darinka Czischke - Associate Professor at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology
- Pablo van der Lugt - Senior sustainability consultant in the wood- and bamboo industry as well as lecturer of bio-based building at Delft University of Technology (Environmental Technology & Design) and co-founder geoFluxus.
- Arnout Sabbe - Doctoral researcher at the Delft University of Technology and the Program Developer ‘Circularity in Urban Regions’ at AMS Institute.
- Rusne Sileryte - PhD researcher at the Chair of Environmental Technology and Design in Delft University of Technology and Research Fellow at AMS Institute.
- Alexander Wandl - Urbanist and Senior Researcher at the Chair of Environmental Technology and Design, at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology and scientific coordinator of the REPAiR project.
More information about the panelists and their recent activities can be found here.
This BK Talk will be streamed live from the Oostserre and can be followed via this link. A limited number of students who have access to the building on Thursday can attend the BK Talk in the Oostserre. They can request attendance via the email address publicprograms-BK@tudelft.nl. First come, first served.