AIMday™ Future of Livable Cities
DateThursday November 25, 2021
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
About this Event
Date: Thursday, November 25, 2021
Location: Virtual via Hopin
Cost: Free for all participants
Hosted by Queen's University, Ryerson University and Ryerson City Building, AIMday™ Future of Livable Cities aims to address ongoing challenges in multiple areas that affect quality of life in cities – including pollution, climate change mitigation, greener infrastructure, housing, transit and transportation, public administration and community health and safety.
As we begin to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations and universities have an unprecedented opportunity to work together to chart a new path, reimagining how cities can better support residents and sustain communities.
Solve your most pressing challenges
AIMday helps organizations connect with leading academic researchers. AIMday Future of Livable Cities is an opportunity to: Explore solutions to your organization’s challenges and questions. Cultivate collaborations for maximum real-world impact. Envision and implement the future of cities with other organizations and researchers. Access leading-edge knowledge, ideas, technology and insights.
Open up new avenues of research
AIMday helps researchers connect with external organizations and learn how their research relates to real-world needs. AIMday Future of Livable Cities is an opportunity for faculty who are:
- Interested in building new partnerships in a specific area of research.
- Interested in connecting with other researchers working on similar channels.
- Identifying opportunities for their graduate students.
- Looking to learn more about the latest challenges organizations are facing.
- Looking at challenges from new angles and different perspectives.
Once researcher registration is open, you will be able to see the list of planned questions and register for the discussions that align with your research interests.
To learn more or for questions about the event, please contact Shoma Sinha, Partnerships Development Officer.