MCS Webinar: the 28th of July.
We invite all of you to attend this webinar on the 28th of July at 14:00 CEST.
The third year of the Master in City Sciences is starting with a bang! We begin next October and we have already received thousands of questions about requirements and inquiries for more information.
We would like to make everything clear, so we are going to organize a webinar where we will talk about all the knowledge that you can obtain about Big Data, Iot, Urban Planning, Economy, Mobility, Ecological Urbanism… and all the research areas related to the field of Smart Cities.
The webinar will be held by former MCS students. This opportunity may allow you to better understand the strategic point of view that you will achieve after finishing the Master.
MCS Webinar: the 28th of July
We invite all of you to attend this webinar on the 28th of July at 14:00 CEST. It will be divided into two parts:
14:00–14:20 "Personalized information for urban product development" by Javier Dorao.
14:20–14:40 "The impact of innovative design tools in cities" by Tono Fernández.
14:40–15:00 Questions. (MCS is committed to answering as many questions as possible. We will be sending a formal FAQ to all webinar participants whether we answer all questions asked or not).
Those interested should write an e-mail to the MCS secretary to confirm their interest in the webinar:
Subject: MCS webinar
The MCS secretary will send you the information with the link to join the webinar.
Please send any questions via twitter “@citysciences” using the “#MCS webinar” hashtag. You can send questions during the webinar or in advance. You can also ask questions online while we are answering questions, but you will need webcam and microphone installed in your computer. Last but not least, you may ask questions via email: email@example.com at least 24 hours in advance.
Information About the Presenters:
Javier Dorao graduated the first year of the MCS with a Masters in Civil Engineering. He is currently the MCS Manager and works as the urban project manager at UPM. As Manager of the MCS, he will answer all of the official questions.
Meanwhile, Tono Fernández graduated in the second year of the MCS program, and is an architect with more than 20 years of experience. He is a partner at IDOM Engineering and chair of the International Department of Architecture. As a student, he will answer the more personal questions.
If you are interested in the Smart Cities field, do not miss this opportunity to join this webinar. We look forward to seeing you there!