Research Symposium on Low-Carbon, Healthy, and Smart Cities
May 29, 2023, Monday
9:00-13:00 K.K. Leung Building LG109
The University of Hong Kong
Government policies are promoting sustainable, healthy and low-carbon development
agenda, while the rise of digital technologies, from simulation, data analytics, and
artificial intelligence has afforded new opportunities in the design and management of
cities. In practice, a large proportion of design and planning professionals are yet to
respond in full. There is a lack of overall theory and tools in order to drive a bottom-up
approach to meet government policy agenda. Business as usual is no longer an option.
But the industry needs different approaches / tools to innovate. The Research
Symposium on Low-Carbon, Healthy, and Smart Cities, hosted by the HKUrban Lab at
the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong, brings together researchers,
practitioners, and policy makers to discuss a new way forward towards a greener,
healthier, and smart future. The half-day event features cutting-edge research on
models, theories, and tools in predicting urban environmental footprint, energy
consumption and infectious disease transmission. The symposium also invites thought
leaders from the development, engineering, and design industry to share new
experiences, new thinking, and the leveraging of smart technologies in pushing the
envelope of professional practices.
Resigister to attend “Research Symposium on Low-Carbon, Healthy, and Smart Cities”.
Dr. Dongping Liu
BDM for HiEDU & Research
Hello Thomas, I’m Dongping’s fellow colleagues from AWS Hong Kong, and I would like to attend “Research Symposium on Low-Carbon, Healthy, and Smart Cities” together with Dongping and another fellow colleague – Alba Chung.
Marketing Response Center Manager, Hong Kong & Taiwan
Amazon Web Services