On the 1st of June 2018, LDE Centre for Sustainability Students organized the Smart City Symposium in collaboration with the Delft Energy Club and DelftSEA, held in the Science Centre in Delft. The event tackled many areas and challenges related to the future of cities and urbanized living, and was attended by over 80 people, among which students, researchers and working professionals.
The Smart City Symposium began with an engaging keynote speech by Prof. dr. Henk Visscher of TU Delft's department of Architecture and the Built Environment. During the short talk, he began the day with an overview of how cities are transitioning to become more efficient and sustainable. Prof. Visscher called upon the attendees to contribute with futuristic and out-of-the-box thinking to allow cities to adapt to new challenges. Read the full report at the website of the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Sustainability.