The University of Miami School of Architecture and Institute for Data Science and Computing present the 4th annual Smart Cities Miami Conference on Thursday, April 15, 1:00-4:00 PM.
To aid in the design and development of more sustainable, livable, and resilient cities, the University of Miami brings cutting-edge research in urban planning, architecture, and engineering in alignment with computational resources and analytical methods.
|1:00-2:40||Welcome Address – Provost Duerk and Dean el-Khoury|
|Session One: Healthcare in the Smart City|
|2:50-4:00||Session Two: UM Tackles Digital Healthcare|
|Plenary Keynote Speaker|
The Annual Smart Cities Miami Conference is an extension of these efforts, providing a forum for leaders in academia, industry, and government to closely examine evolving theories and practices in the Smart City field. The topics considered vary in scope and nature within a general theme that is particularly relevant for each year.
The theme for the 2021 edition is health and wellbeing in the post-pandemic city, providing opportunities to explore questions such as:
- How can Smart City technology monitor the emergence and transmission of contagious diseases?
- Will Smart City technology be used to enforce compliance to safety guidelines? And what will be the consequences for individual rights and privacy?
- How do embedded technology, IoT, and digital media enable healthcare at home?
The images above are taken from this article “The Hospital at Home—Visionary Thesis Project Addresses Pandemic and Future of Health Care,” which takes a look at issues around the pandemic and health care and offers an inspiring solution.