City Space Architecture meets Meeting of the Minds in Boston, USA

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, MIT campus, on June 20, 2017

June 19, 2017
By City Space Architecture

Boston, USA


We are very excited to be part of the upcoming Boston Mobility Summit promoted by Meeting of the Minds, which will take place on June 20 at the Microsoft New England Research and Development Center on Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) campus. Our President Luisa Bravo and our Honorary Member Mirko Guaralda from the Queensland University of Technology in Australia have been selected to attend, after a very highly competitive process. 
Meeting of the Minds is a global leadership network and knowledge sharing platform. Since it was founded, it has been dedicated to a singular proposition: bring together a carefully chosen set of key urban sustainability and technology stakeholders and gather them around a common platform in ways that help build lasting alliances.
Only 120 leaders in mobility, climate and equity solutions will be attending the summit in Boston, which has been sold out for months. This day-long leadership summit will bring together C-suite executives and entrepreneurs, public sector and non-profit leaders, and academics to share local and global best practices applicable to the Boston region. The focus will be on transformative new technologies, policies, financing mechanisms, design and collaboration models with a particular focus on low-carbon and equitable solutions. 

Check the full agenda of the Boston Mobility Summit:

Being in Boston will be an opportunity for us to visit some of the inspiring and cutting-edge laboratories at MIT campus, including the MIT Senseable City Lab and the MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism, the Engagement LAB at Emerson College and also the GSD - Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.


What is Meeting of the Minds? Read the blog:


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