The night of ideas : Smart city, an ideal city?

The International Experimental Workshop for Bio-digital city is invited to the night of ideas 2018. This global event, initiated by the French Institute, is relayed in more than 50 countries. The City of Science and industry participates in this event, with a program called "I imagine Tomorrow", sponsored by Etienne Klein, physicist, philosopher of science. The program : discussions and presentations of work. Claire Bailly and Jean Magerand were invited to open and host a debate on the theme "Smart city, Ideal city?". This intervention is the occasion of an article published by The conversation, partner of the event. Throughout the evening, the work of the Experimental Laboratory (Universcience Partnership/International Experimental Workshop for Bio-digital city) is presented to visitors.   Watch the video of the debate:

"Architecture and Ecosystems": lecture by Claire Bailly and Jean Magerand at AgroParisTech

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Biodiversity and Culturodiversité Symposium: Coping with destruction and standardization/cross-glances in life sciences and Society sciences
November 16, 2017
Session 5: Biodiversity and Culturodiversité: Destruction and (re) constructions…

 

Towards a bio-numérique city / Claire Bailly and Jean Magerand invited to the Cité des Sciences with Thierry Paquot

As part of the cycle of conferences “Cities of the Future: New Utopias?”, the City of Science and Industry organized a conference confronting the viewpoints of Claire Bailly and Jean Magerand, with those of Thierry Diquot.

The conference was held on June 14, 2016 and was presented in these terms:

Imagine a friendly city, integrating local work, designed for pedestrians and bicycles, promoting biodiversity, mastering recycling and short circuits, hybridizing knowledge, cultures and functions, respecting the health, sensitivities and well-being of individuals. Utopia? With Claire Bailly, architect Urbanist researcher at the laboratory virtual space in architectural and urban design (EVCAU) of the School of Architecture of Paris-Val-de-Seine (ENSAPVS); Jean Magerand, architect, researcher at the Laboratoire EVCAU (ENSAPVS), Teacher of the prospective pole at theArchitecture Faculty of Mons University (Belgium); Thierry Paquot, urban philosopher.

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"The City in 2112", Bratislava, 2012

The reflection work undertaken by the City Council of Bratislava on the long-term urban development of the Slovak capital has thus benefited from the expertise of Serge Wachter, Jean Magerand, Alain Renk and Chris Younès, who, alongside German experts, have Shared their analyses and visions of the city of the future, through transdisciplinary exchanges combining in an original way prospective and utopia. Find the full article on the website of the French Institute in Slovakia

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