PLENARY SESSION – MOBILITY INSIGHTS
ONE OUT OF MANY. FROM EDGE TO CITY: ALEXANDER D’HOOGHE
As guest of honor, Alexander D’Hooghe kicked off the Mobility Shift Summit.
Alexander D’Hooghe is director of the MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism (CAU) and Principal of the Organization for Permanent Modernity (ORG). He is associate professor in architectural urbanism with tenure at MIT, and has published internationally. D’Hooghe obtained his Ph.D. at the Berlage Institute in 2007 with T.U. Delft, after achieving a Masters in Urban Design at the Harvard GSD in 2001, and a master in Architecture and Civil Engineering from the University of Leuven in 1996. He is a licensed architect in Belgium.
WHY IS BRUSSELS MOBILITY SO CHALLENGING AND DO COMPARABLE CITIES MANAGE ANY BETTER?
Presentation of a two-folded study by the Solvay Student Consulting Club
MOBILITY AND CITY OF THE FUTURE: ALAIN FLAUSCH
Alain Flausch is known for his long-standing commitment to public transport. Since 2011, he is Secretary general for the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) and was previously CEO of the STIB, the Brussels Transport operator, from 2000 to 2011.
WHAT HAS THE BUSINESS WORLD TO SAY : ALAIN DENEEF
Alain Deneef is the Intendant of Brussels Metropolitan.