What does the revitalisation of a city mean? Together with Georg Pammer, General Manager Aspern Smart City Research, we will discover how an old abandoned airport was converted into the greenest and smartest district of Vienna.
Like Vienna and other European cities, cities of Romania are faced with the challenges of urban revitalisation. This is a continuous, difficult and long process, and the trends and chances of a city to become a „magnet” will be presented by Marcel Heroiu, Senior Urban Development Specialist World Bank, starting from the study „Magnet Cities”.
The two presentations will be the backbone of the panel moderated by Arch. Hildegard Brandl – a discussion on the current situation of Romania’s cities, what makes them attractive to important investors, how they can attract workforce and the importance of life quality for inhabitants of Romanian cities in 2018, together with mayor Emil Boc, mayor Ioan Popa, Tatian Diaconu, Christian von Albrichsfeld and Arch. Eugen Panescu.
Please find more details about the conference here , the updated agenda here and the registration link here .
We are looking forward to meeting you at Cities of Tomorrow #6!
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