CUD Global Conference Seoul Agenda


Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009

May 21–22, 2009
The Westin Chosun, Seoul
87 Sogong-Dong, Jung-gu
Seoul 100-070 South Korea
Phone:+82 2 771 0500

Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 is for government, business, research, academic, and civic society leaders committed to developing and using innovative solutions that address climate change and challenges to urban sustainability.

Become part of a worldwide community that collaborates on innovative solutions that use information and communications technology (ICT) to address urban issues ranging from traffic, to public services, to sustainable real estate and work environments, to citizen carbon footprints.

Final Agenda 

21—22, 2009
The Westin Chosun, Seoul
87 Sogong-Dong, Jung-gu
Seoul 100-070 South Korea
Phone: +82 2 771 0500

Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 is for government, business, research, academic, and civic society leaders committed to developing and using innovative solutions that address climate change and challenges to urban sustainability.

Become part of a worldwide community that collaborates on innovative solutions that use information and communications technology (ICT) to address urban issues ranging from traffic, to public services, to sustainable real estate and work environments, to citizen carbon footprints.

Please note that by extending this invitation, Cisco and city of Seoul are unable to offer to pay for accommodations or travel for CUD delegates; this is the responsibility of the attendees.

Agenda

 (Subject to change)

Day 1: Thursday, May 21, 2009

Conference begins promptly at 0830 and closes at approximately 1800. Dinner reception follows.

 
0700-0830REGISTRATION OPEN
0830-0845CONFERENCE OPENING: Welcome to Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009

Welcome
Wim Elfrink, Executive Vice President and Chief Globalization Officer, Cisco

Nicola Villa, Global Director, Connected Urban Development, Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG)

Sangbum Kim, Assistant Mayor for City Transportation, Seoul Metropolitan Government

Welcome to CUD Seoul
Duksoo Lee, Vice Mayor, Seoul Metropolitan Government

Connected Urban Development - A video message President William J. Clinton

0845-0930

PLENARY SESSION I: The Connected and SENSEable City Smart and Green Transportation in Seoul
Sangbum Kim
, Assistant Mayor, Seoul Metropolitan Government

SENSEable City
Carlo Ratti
, Director SENSEable City Laboratory, MIT

0930-1010

PLENARY SESSION II: Connected and Sustainable World—Urban EcoMap and Planetary Sensing

Global EcoMap Platform
Dr. Wolfgang Wagener
, Director, Sustainable Cities, Cisco IBSG

The E-Planet
Dr. Ludger Hovestadt
, CEO, E-Planet

Global EcoMap Platform and Pilot in San Francisco
Jared Blumenfeld
, Director, Department of Environment, City and County of San Francisco

  

1010-1030

BREAK AND NETWORKING

1030-1200

THEMATIC SESSIONS (IN PARALLEL)

Thematic Breakouts: CUD Innovations and City Evolutions

  • Urban Sustainability Modeling and Services
  • Connected and Sustainable Living
  • Connected and Sustainable Mobility
  • Connected and Sustainable Work

1200-1300

LUNCH BUFFET AND NETWORKING

  
1300-1500

KEYNOTE SESSION I: Smart and Connected City

Connected Urban Development Update
Nicola Villa
, Global Director, Connected Urban Development, Cisco IBSG

A video message
Job Cohen
, Mayor of Amsterdam

C40 and Waterfront Toronto
David Miller
, Mayor, City of Toronto

Future City
Jonathan Thorpe
, Senior Executive Vice President, Gale International

An Urban Services Platform forSmart and Conencted Cities
Wim Elfrink
, Executive Vice President and Chief Globalization Officer, Cisco

  
1500-1545

KEYNOTE SESSION II: Low Carbon Digital City
Moderator: Dimitri Zenghelis
, Director, Climate Change Practice, Cisco IBSG

Carbon Economics as a Change Driver of Future City - via live TelePresence link to Seattle, US
Professor, Lord Nicholas Stern
, London School of Economics, Chair of the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment

Carbon-neutralized Smart City
Vlker Buscher
, Director, ARUP

  
1545-1610

KEYNOTE SESSION III: Connected and Sustainable Mobility
Moderator: Tony Kim
, Seoul Lead, Connected Urban Development, Cisco IBSG

Connected and Sustainable Urban Mobility Platform
J.D. Stanley
, Director, Cisco IBSG

Connected and Sustainable Mobility Pilot in Seoul
Dr. C.K. Kim
, Head of TOPIS (Transport Operation Information System), Seoul Metropolitan Government

1610-1630

BREAK

1630-1830

SITE VISITS (IN PARALLEL)

Site Visits: Design and Mobility Revolution of Seoul

  • Site Visit 1: Seoul TOPIS (Transport Operation Information System) Center
  • Site Visit 2: U-City Digital Pavilion
  • Site Visit 3: Resource Recovery Facility

 End of Day 1 Conference Proceedings
  
1830-2030

EVENING: Welcome Dinner hosted by Seoul Metropolitan Government at Marina Jefe

  • Ground Transportation 1 to Dinner Location from Conference Venue
  • Ground Transportation 2 to Dinner Location from Site Visit 1
  • Ground Transportation 3 to Dinner Location from Site Visit 2
  • Ground Transportation 4 to Dinner Location from Site Visit 3
  • Ground Transportation from Dinner Location to Conference Venue via the river-side Han

Day 2: Friday, May 22, 2009

Conference begins promptly at 0830 and closes at approximately 1230. Boxed Lunch follows.

 
0800-0830REGISTRATION OPEN
  
0830-1000

KEYNOTE SESSION: Broadband and ICT as the Enabler for 21st-Century Sustainable Urban Infrastructures
Moderator: Martin Stewart Weeks
, Director, Asia Pacific, Cisco IBSG

Green Broadband and Digital Economy Stimulus
Sung-il Park
Director-General, Informatization Strategy Office, Ministry of Public Administration and Security, Korea

Growing and Greening the Economy: Shaping a preferred future
Christine Loh
, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Civic Exchange

Sustainable City Development
Professor Sigfried Zhiquiang Wu
, Dean, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University

1000-1030BREAK AND NETWORKING
  
1030-1200THEMATICAL SESSIONS (IN PARALLEL)

Thematic Breakouts: Connected and Sustainable Socioeconomic Challenge

*Delegate discussion panels on Sustainable Socioeconomic Imperatives for Cities

  • Theme 1: City Governance Models for a Carbon Economy
  • Theme 2: Green and Digital Economy Stimulus
  • Theme 3: 21st-Century Cities
  
1200-1230CLOSING SESSION: Visions for a Connected and Sustainable Urban Future
Simon Willis
, Vice President, Global Public Sector Practice , Cisco IBSG

Closing Comments by Nicola Villa, Global Director, CUD, Cisco IBSG

End of Day Two

End of Conference, Boxed Lunch to Go

While you are being invited to attend Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 in your official capacity, Cisco and the city of Seoul understand that each guest may have unique gift and gratuity policies with which to comply. To make certain that no participant receives an inappropriate "gift" from Cisco, we respectfully request that acceptance of this invitation and any sponsored costs be reviewed by your corporation's or agency's ethics officer or counsel, as applicable. The event registration web site has been designed to address any issue there might be with Cisco sponsorship of your attendance at Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009.

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