ReImagining the future of the mobility with MUBIL and MIT City Science (featured guest)
What will mobility be like in the future? This is the starting point for an event organised by MUBIL, that will be attended by the City Science group, from the Media Lab at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) as special guests.
The Director of MIT City Science, Kent Larson, together with his team and members of the MUBIL eco-system, will be bringing us closer to the future of mobility by giving various inspirational talks, that will enable us to reimagine the way that the world will move.
We will also be going from global to local, and learning about important experiences that are taking place in our region in the field of mobility.
09:00 - 11:00 (Open access with online registration)
Welcome and Institutional Opening with Markel Olano (General Deputy at the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council)
MUBIL, Shall we move the future together?
Keynote speech City Science: Developing a new model for cities to address the grand challenges of our era
Decision-making in transportation
Development of sustainable mobility in the Basque Country
Ultra-lightweight autonomous vehicles
Quantum Computing for Mobility
Individual collective transport
The importance of Vehicle Dynamics in the New Mobility
Art and Motion
Mobility within Informality
11:00 - 14:00 (Access with invitation)
The MIT City Science team will work alongside Mubil ecosystem and territory representatives to propose high-performing walkable districts, autonomous micro-mobility solutions, new mobility simulations, and new mobility solutions for informal regions. This is a fun, playful session. The participants are invited to bring their big ideas and new possibilities.
Sign up / TALKS
MUBIL & MIT city
We are developing knowledge to build the future of mobility.
MUBIL, the smart, sustainable mobility hub, brings together the efforts of public and private agents who are working to ensure that our region plays a significant role in future mobility.
The various courses of action followed by MUBIL include the development of knowledge about new mobility, which we are working on day-to-day together with training centres and universities in our region. But this also involves giving shape to events like this one, where we can be inspired by the research carried out by international benchmark organisations like MIT City Science.
The City Science team from the Media Lab at MIT aims to enable more liveable, equitable and resilient communities, by reimaging urban programming and decision-making, the places where we live and work, and the mobility systems that connect us. This is a goal shared with MUBIL, that defines the “ReImagining Mobility” event.