National Building Museum
On June 6, 2011, the National Building Museum convenes a one-day forum with experts from across the country to explore the evolving, deep-rooted connections between technology and ever expanding cities — from education and energy to government, public health, and transportation. Join as experts– planners, policy makers, tech professionals, academics – share ideas about using technology to make cities better places to live and work. Network with the practitioners and visionaries who are using technology to make cities more livable, sustainable, and efficient.
For information about speakers and session topics or to view the forum agenda visit go.nbm.org/IntelligentCitiesForum. Intelligent Cities is an initiative of the National Building Museum in partnership with TIME, supported by IBM, and funded by the Rockefeller Foundation. Held in the Great Hall of the National Building Museum’s historic home in Washington, D.C., this event will be simultaneously broadcast on the web through www.nbm.org.
The day-long forum begins with a keynote conversation at 8:05am Eastern Time with TIME’s managing editor, the leader of IBM’s Smarter Cities initiative, a White House official, and the president of the Rockefeller Foundation discussing our national priorities for creating today’s intelligent cities.
Keynote Conversation–What Makes an Intelligent City?
Richard Stengel, managing editor, TIME Magazine (moderator)
Anne Altman, general manager, IBM Global Public Sector, leader of IBM’s Smarter Cities initiative
Judith Rodin, president, The Rockefeller Foundation
Nancy Sutley, chair, White House Council on Environmental Quality
Continuing education credits are available as follows: 8.0 LU HSW-SD (AIA) / 8.0 CM (AICP) / 8.0 LA CES (ASLA) / 8.0 CE (GBCI)
$100 Member | $150 Non-member | $45 Student. Prepaid registration required. Non-member registration includes a one-year individual membership to the National Building Museum.
Contact Name: Stacy Adamson