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City Urban Imaging by Dr. Monika Hotzl

Our next meeting for ESRAG Projects Division Seminars is Wednesday, September 28, 2022 – 10 AM CDT
(1:00pm UTC 3:00 pm CEST, Germany, 10:00 am CDT Evanston)
 
Topic: 15-minute City Urban Imaging
 
Storyline: The 15-minute-city is an urbanistic model that stands for a human-centric and environmentally sustainable future for cities. The core of the concept is that cities should be designed, or re-designed, in a way that every resident can reach the daily needs within the distance of a 15-minute walk or bike-ride.
 
Bios:  Dr. Hotzl has extensive experience in municipal planning and architecture from the City of Augsberg, Germany.  Since 2021, Monika has been employed as a free architect, with her focus on public buildings (kindergarten and schools, administration buildings): conversion, sustainable upgrade, remodeling and refurbishments.  In 2022, she registered as an energy efficiency consultant.
 
Date and Time:  Wednesday Sept. 28, 2022, 1:00pm UTC (3:00 pm CEST, Germany)
 
 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
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Our Agenda will be:
Zoom meeting room opens about 45 minutes early for chat and to check connectivity.
  8:15-9:00 am – optional; open room for networking
  9:00 am – Karin Tome - welcome, new introductions, and guests
  9:12 am – Brief Announcements
  9:15 am – Speaker’s introduction – Chris Puttock or Mina Venkataraman
  9:45 am – Dr. Hotzl’s presentation
  9:45 am – Questions, discussion, other business and announcement of next week’s presentation.
10:00 am – Overtime!  Net-working and discussions
 
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