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Keynotes 28th of September 2016

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Ayona Datta

  • A 100 smart cities, but where are the Citizens? India’s experiments with networked urbanism for the urban age
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Ayona Datta is Reader in Urban Futures in the Department of Geography in King’s College London. Her research interests are in urban citizenship, gendered geographies and the politics of smart urbanism. She is author of ‘The Illegal City: Space, law and gender in a Delhi squatter settlement’ in 2012 and co-editor of ‘Translocal Geographies: Spaces, places, connections’ in 2011 published by Ashgate and ‘Mega-Urbanization in the Global South: Fast Cities and New Urban Utopias’ with Routledge in 2017. Ayona is author of several peer reviewed journals articles, op-eds in Guardian, openDemocracy and ConversationUK as well as producer/director of two films ‘City bypassed’ and ‘City forgotten’. Ayona is editor of two journals – Urban Geography and Dialogues in Human Geography; and shesits on the editorial boards of the journals Antipode; Gender, Place and Culture and Society and Space.

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Presentation:

  • A 100 smart cities, but where are the Citizens? India’s experiments with networked urbanism for the urban age
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Ayona Datta

Ayona Datta is Reader in Urban Futures in the Department of Geography in King’s College London. Her research interests are in urban citizenship, gendered geographies and the politics of smart urbanism. She is author of ‘The Illegal City: Space, law and gender in a Delhi squatter settlement’ in 2012 and co-editor of ‘Translocal Geographies: Spaces, places, connections’ in 2011 published by Ashgate and ‘Mega-Urbanization in the Global South: Fast Cities and New Urban Utopias’ with Routledge in 2017. Ayona is author of several peer reviewed journals articles, op-eds in Guardian, openDemocracy and ConversationUK as well as producer/director of two films ‘City bypassed’ and ‘City forgotten’. Ayona is editor of two journals – Urban Geography and Dialogues in Human Geography; and shesits on the editorial boards of the journals Antipode; Gender, Place and Culture and Society and Space.

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Stig was headhunted to Lendager Group to lead their urban metabolism-unit. Lendager Group is in promoting circular economy within cities, buildings and companies of the future. They see waste as our biggest resource.

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Stig Ammitzbøll Jørgensen

  • Lendager Group

Stig was headhunted to Lendager Group to lead their urban metabolism-unit. Lendager Group is in promoting circular economy within cities, buildings and companies of the future. They see waste as our biggest resource.

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Breakout sessions 28th of September 2016

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Keynotes 29th of September 2016

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Breakout sessions 29th of September 2016