The Geodesign and Urban Design graduate programs at Thomas Jefferson University’s College of Architecture and the Built Environment proudly present the 9th Annual Geodesign Forum: Future Cities: Integrated Urban Analytics, Geospatial Technology, and Climate Design.
This discussion forum will focus on the interrelationship of urbanization, technological innovation, demographic trends, and population health to develop smarter and healthier cities and discuss how cities can be better prepared for global crises.
Building upon last year's symposium, Neurodiversity: Building Community and Rethinking the Built Environment, this year’s dialogue focuses on immersive experiences, responsive environments, spatial interactions, and experimental evaluative and physiological measuring tools and criteria. It also includes advocacy, spatial and social guidelines, and bottom up and organic initiatives.
See below for past events , which include links to lectures, speakers, videos and more.