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“How can Algorithms help the city?”: the new Disrupt’Campus lecture

On The October 2, 2020

On October 2, 2020, the Université de Lyon and the Métropole de Lyon will launch a new series of lectures as part of the Digital Transformation University Diploma. This first lecture will focus on urban planning algorithms.

Twice a year, the Université de Lyon’s Disrupt’Campus partners with the Métropole de Lyon to organize a series of lectures surrounding the theme of “Digital Transformation”. These lectures are free and open to all.

The next lecture, “How can Algorithms help the city? urban planning algorithms” will take place on Friday, October 2, 2020, at 2 PM at the Métropole de Lyon, 20 rue du Lac, 69003 Lyon.

The lecture will be attended by:

  • Jean-Yves Toussaint, professor at the INSA Lyon, director of the “Environnement Ville Société” (EVS) laboratory and director of the “Intelligences des Mondes Urbains” (Intelligence of Urban Worlds) Laboratory of Excellence (IMU LabEx);
  • Gilles Gesquiere, professor at the Université Lumière Lyon 2, researcher at the LIRIS laboratory, French National Centre for Scientific Research Joint research unit 5205, Chief Scientific Officer of the Virtual City research project, and assistant director of the Intelligence of Urban Worlds Laboratory of Excellence.
Participation is free of charge; registration is compulsory.

Information and registration (FR)

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