1) Aims and Objectives
The challenge facing the Pandemic is to compromise the trade-offs among freedom, sufficiency, and security through STI and rand realize cities that can serve as a platform for prosperous lives (in the future), and we hope that this session will help to achieve this goal.
a) How to design and create a human-centered city that pursues well-being and ensures comfort in usual and the Decent Living Standards during outbreaks through the inclusive and synergetic process?
b) How to realize a city that provides human security and well-being and how science, technology, and innovation can contribute?
c) How to manage a city using a variety of open platforms?
3) Overview of the event
Presentations and panel discussions will be held by the following speakers
1. Introduction and "Outbreak Risk Management and Future City" (10 min.)
by Prof. Taikan Oki (United Nations University)
2. "Fragmented infrastructure systems in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia: Assessment from a Resource Nexus and public health perspective" (20 min.)
by Prof. Dr. Daniel Karthe (United Nations University)
3. "Design from Crisis" (20 min.)
by Prof. Mikiko Ishikawa (RDI, Chuo University):
4. "Japanese smart city projects in Russia" (10 min.)
by Ms. Guzel Ishkineeva (United Nations University):
5. "Human security and well-being for urban design with STI" (10 min.)
by Prof. Yoshikazu Nakajima (Tokyo Medical and Dental University)
6. Discussions, Questions and Answers (moderator Prof. Oki)
Date: 5th of May 23:00 -01:00 UTC ( 6th of May 8:00-10:00 JST, 5th of May 19:00-21:00 EDT)