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Portland in Conversation: Hector Dominguez & Dawn Nafus on…

Portland in Conversation: The Infrastructure of the Public City TECHNOLOGY…
Add to my Calendar 2021-05-15 23:00:00 2021-05-14 15:26:08 Portland in Conversation: Hector Dominguez & Dawn Nafus on Technology Portland in Conversation: The Infrastructure of the Public City TECHNOLOGY | Portland I Portland Hector Dominguez, Smart City PDX Dawn Nafus, Intel Moderator: Mark Raggett, GBD Architects Portland is a city that is known internationally for its active, walkable streets and vibrant open spaces filled with people. With the work-from-home and social-distancing responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, those public spaces went quiet, but virtual meeting technologies and social media were able to step in and address many of those human connection needs. As the city comes out of the pandemic response, we have a different perspective on technology in cities: what roles will technology continue to play in our public spaces? What were they already doing? What are the ramifications of new technologies in our public spaces -- the ones we can see and the ones we can't -- and what should we be thinking about as technologies and our city continue to evolve? This event, part of a new series of talks on urban design presented by the PSU School of Architecture and the PSU Urban Design Collaborative, brings together Dawn Nafus and Hector Dominguez in a conversation about technology and its role in the city. Dawn Nafus is a Senior Research Scientist at Intel, where she conducts anthropological research on technology and society issues, including the social implications of health and environmental data, citizen science, and responsible AI. She is the editor of Quantified: Biosensing Technologies in Everyday Life (MIT Press, 2016), co-author of Self-Tracking (MIT Press 2016) and co-editor of Ethnography for a Data-Saturated World (Manchester University Press, 2018).  She holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge. Hector Dominguez is the Open Data Coordinator at the City of Portland, Oregon and part of the Smart City PDX team. In addition to Open Data initiatives, Hector has led privacy and information initiatives in the City that includes use of ethical tools for technology solutions assessment, privacy and information protection principles, establishing the citywide privacy and surveillance technologies strategies and procedures, and policy development including the face recognition technologies and Surveillance policies. Learn more about Portland in Conversation: The Infrastructure of the Public City. Zoom Webinar | Register at https://pdx.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_INXT1xnMRquoQlTvMVJnvw Email seewang@pdx.edu with questions. Email seewang@pdx.edu with questions. America/Los_Angeles public

Portland in Conversation: Lisa Parker & Art Pearce | The…

Portland in Conversation: The Infrastructure of the Public City THE STREET…
Add to my Calendar 2021-05-21 23:00:00 2021-05-14 16:59:20 Portland in Conversation: Lisa Parker & Art Pearce | The Street Portland in Conversation: The Infrastructure of the Public City THE STREET | Vancouver I Portland Lisa Parker, City of Vancouver Art Pearce, Portland Bureau of Transportation Moderator: Ellen Shoshkes, Portland State University This event, part of a new series of talks on urban design presented by the PSU School of Architecture and the PSU Urban Design Collaborative, brings together Lisa Parker and Art Pearce in a conversation about technology and its role in the city. Lisa Parker is the Branch Manager of Street Activities with the City of Vancouver and her work focuses on the varying public uses of the city’s public realm.  Streets are among cities’ greatest public space assets and as Vancouver grows and densifies, these spaces become a critical component of the livability, inclusivity and vitality of the city.  Lisa’s work within the Public Space and Street Use Division focuses on enhancing streets and public spaces through business and community partnerships, pilots and programs that address City of Vancouver, community and business emerging priorities. Street Activities works collaboratively to create new temporary and permanent public spaces, such as plazas and parklets, to quickly meet the demand for safe, multi‑use and inclusive spaces. This ongoing work strongly relies on stewardship to ensure new and existing public spaces remain clean, vital and welcoming for all.  This reimagining of the City of Vancouver’s streets enables them to become people spaces for active living, cultural expression, social connection and economic vitality, with the recent completion of Robson Square in the heart of Downtown Vancouver as an example. Lisa is a registered Landscape Architect in British Columbia, with her Masters in Landscape Architecture from the University of British Columbia and Bachelor Degrees in Coastal Geology and Environmental Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz.  Art Pearce is Director of Policy, Planning and Projects at the City of Portland Bureau of Transportation and currently oversees the Transportation Planning, Capital Delivery and Active Transportation and Safety Programs Divisions.  Art’s team also leads the integration of new and shared mobility options into our daily travel, including bikeshare, e-scooters, and future shared automated vehicles. His team leads PBOT’s Vision Zero Initiative and education and encouragement programs that help Portlanders benefit from an increasingly multimodal city. Initiatives include the Smart Trips “new movers” program, Portland’s “transportation wallet”, safe routes to school, senior strolls, and Sunday Parkways open streets events.  Learn more about Portland in Conversation: The Infrastructure of the Public City. Zoom Webinar | Register at https://pdx.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_INXT1xnMRquoQlTvMVJnvw Email seewang@pdx.edu with questions. Email seewang@pdx.edu with questions. America/Los_Angeles public

Portland in Conversation: Judy Bluehorse Skelton | Land

Portland in Conversation: The Infrastructure of the Public City LAND  Judy…
Add to my Calendar 2021-05-28 23:00:00 2021-05-14 15:26:08 Portland in Conversation: Judy Bluehorse Skelton | Land Portland in Conversation: The Infrastructure of the Public City LAND  Judy Bluehorse Skelton Portland State University This event, part of a new series of talks on urban design presented by the PSU School of Architecture and the PSU Urban Design Collaborative, offers a conversation about land and its role in the city. Learn more about Portland in Conversation: The Infrastructure of the Public City. Zoom Webinar | Register at https://pdx.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_INXT1xnMRquoQlTvMVJnvw Email seewang@pdx.edu with questions. Email seewang@pdx.edu with questions. America/Los_Angeles public

Partner Event: 2021 World Symposium on Transport and Land Use…

World Society for Transport and Land Use Research The World Society for Transport and Land Use Research (WSTLUR) promotes the understanding and…
Add to my Calendar 2021-08-09 15:00:00 2021-05-11 03:21:58 Partner Event: 2021 World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research World Society for Transport and Land Use Research The World Society for Transport and Land Use Research (WSTLUR) promotes the understanding and analysis of the interdisciplinary interactions of transport and land use, offers a forum for debate, and provides a mechanism for the dissemination of information. The Society organizes the World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research. The first symposium was held in Whistler, Canada 2011, the second was held at Delft, The Netherlands in 2014, and the third took place in Brisbane, Australia in 2017. The next (virtual!) symposium is planned for 2021 in Portland, Oregon, in the United States. Learn more about the event and see the latest updates here Conference Co-Chairs Kelly Clifton, Portland State University Kelly Clifton serves as the interim Associate Vice President for Research and as a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Portland State University. She holds an affiliate appointment in the Urban Studies and Planning Program and is a fellow in the Institute for Sustainable Solutions. Her research, teaching and service activities are focused on transportation and how human mobility is shaped by their needs, the built environment, and technology. She is an internationally recognized expert on transport and land use interactions, travel behavior, pedestrian modeling, and equity in transportation policy. She bridges the fields of transportation engineering and planning and is known for qualitative and quantitative methodological approaches. Jennifer Dill, Portland State University Director of TREC and the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC), Jennifer is also a professor of urban studies and planning. She is an internationally cited researcher on sustainable transportation. Among her research projects are Lessons from the Green Lanes: Evaluating Protected Bike Lanes in the U.S., Understanding Types of Cyclists Nationally, Pedestrian Observation and Data Collection Curriculum and more. Her research aims to understand people’s everyday travel decisions, with a focus on bicycling, walking, and transit. Yingling Fan, University of Minnesota Yingling Fan is a professor in the regional planning and policy area who works interdisciplinarily in the fields of land use, transportation, social equity, and public health. Her overarching research goal is to investigate the impacts of spatial planning (e.g., land use, growth management, and transit improvements) on human activities and movements as well as to understand the health and social aspects of such impacts. To this end, her research combines ecological and behavioral analyses, most quantitatively, as a means of addressing urban sustainability challenges. This event is hosted by the World Society for Transport and Land Use Research, in partnership with the Transportation Research and Education Center at Portland State University. The World Society for Transport and Land Use Research is the group that organizes the symposia and fulfills other aims of the Society. Its purpose as a society is to promote the interdisciplinary understanding of interactions between transport and land use and to provide a forum for debate and a mechanism for dissemination of research, while encouraging diverse viewpoints and backgrounds in our membership and activities. The Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) at Portland State University is home to the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC), the Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation (IBPI), and other transportation programs. TREC produces research and tools for transportation decision makers, develops K-12 curriculum to expand the diversity and capacity of the workforce, and engages students and professionals through education. Virtual asktrec@pdx.edu asktrec@pdx.edu America/Los_Angeles public