Future of Mobility is a lecture series that will present diverse topics in mobility in a monthly rhythm. The lectures will be held by various speakers from different fields, which provides a wide and interdisciplinary range of topics. From laypersons to students and specialists: all those interested in the topic are invited. The series Future of Mobility replaces the previous lectures series "Verkehr aktuell".
Afterward, the openLAB Urban Mobility invites to a regulars' table, where the presented topic, as well as other mobility topics, can be discussed in an informal and casual setting. The regulars' table will take place at the Wirtshaus Am Bavariapark (address: Theresienhöhe 15, 80339 Munich), which is adjacent to the traffic center.
|Date, time, location||Topic||Speakers|
Car-reduced quarters for a more livable city.
Prof. Ben Boucsein (Technical University of Munich, Chair of Urban Design, Project Leader MCube aqt - Car-Reduced Quarters for a Livable City)
Georg Dunkel (Head of Mobility Department, City of Munich)
Jana Kugoth (Editorial Head, Tagesspiegel Mobility Background)
Heinrich Strößenreuther (Author of "Die Verkehrswesen - Miteinander den Kulturkampf beenden," Co-founder of KlimaUnion, Founder of Changing Cities, Author)
Inclusion - Mobility Services for Disadvantaged Individuals (Mobility Injustice Atlas)
Autonomous Driving: WiesnShuttle, Significant Impact on Mobility Transition?
|Start of the event||6:30 PM|
|Time||ca. 90 minutes|
|Location||Auditorium Halle 3 im Verkehrszentrum des Deutschen Museums München |
Am Bavariapark 5, 80339 München Google Maps
|Contact||Luca Scotellaro (openLAB Urban Mobility)|
|Regsitration and Information||https://www.mcube-cluster.de/speaker-series/|
Information for students: Bachelor students of the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Environment can integrate the attendance of the course into their study plan (1 ECTS). This requires registration for the course and attendance of 75% of the course. Attendance will be checked on site. The openLAB Urban Mobility regulars' table is not part of the course.