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LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE

A SYMPOSIUM HONORING THE LEGACY OF GEORGE BUGLIARELLO

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Appendix LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE A SYmPoSIUm HoNorINg THe LegAcY of george BUgLIAreLLo Friday October 26, 2012 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pfizer Auditorium Bern Dibner Library of Science and Technology Polytechnic Institute of New York University Brooklyn, New York 139

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140 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE Join in I got to know and admire Dr. Bugliarello the leg as a member of the board for many years NYU-Po when he headed Brooklyn Poly. The sym interdisc when I wanted to establish a program to in a uniq support graduate study for new Americans, Bugliare Dr. Bugliarello was the first person I asked for for the c advice. This evolved into a fellowship program enginee that selects 30 students every year for grants their eve of $90,000. Dr. Bugliarello had been a member THe SYm of the fellowship board since its inception in n cultiva 1997. His wisdom and compassion were greatly sustain appreciated. n facilita urban Dr. Bugliarello was a great educator and wonderful friend. THe SYm n experie agenc —PAUL sOrOs stakeh HoNorArY SYmPoSIUm cHAIr n sector infrast

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APPENDIX 141 Join in this global metropolitan forum honoring the legacy of george Bugliarello organized by the NYU-Poly Department of civil and Urban engineering. The symposium, Livable Cities of the Future, brings together an interdisciplinary group of engineers, civic leaders, and educators in a unique forum that will offer an open discussion of how george Bugliarello’s vision manifests itself in innovative urban planning for the cities of tomorrow. Discussions will examine the critical role engineers play in the social and economic development of cities and their ever-increasing importance in the area of policymaking. THe SYmPoSIUm IS intended tO n cultivate ideas for best practices and innovative strategies for sustainable urban development n facilitate the evolution of New York city into a real-life laboratory for urban innovation THe SYmPoSIUm wILL speciFically address n experiences of private and public service operators, infrastructure agencies, elected officials, the academic community, and other stakeholders in the critical urban sectors n sectors critical to resilient and sustainable cities including energy, water, infrastructure, transportation, telecommunications, and environment

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142 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE SYmPoSIUm prOGraM frIDAY, ocToBer 26, 2012 8:00-8:45 a.m. registration/continental Breakfast part infras part i. opening Session moder execut moderator: Mohammad Karamouz NYU-Po Symposium co-chair Director 10:20 NYU-Poly environmental engineering and Science Programs 8:45 a.m. Welcome Remarks Jerry M. Hultin NYU-Poly President 10:40 Symposium chair Symposium Objectives/Overview Mohammad Karamouz Symposium co-chair 11:00 a 9:05 a.m. Keynote Speech Honorable Robert K. Steel New York city Deputy mayor for economic Development Economic Development Strategy and the Role of Technology and Innovation in Crafting the Economy of New York City’s Future 11:20 a 9:25 a.m. Legacy of George Bugliarello Ruth David President & ceo Analytic Services, Inc. 11:40 a on behalf of the National Academy of engineering George Bugliarello: Reflections on His Global Impact on the 12:00 p National Academy of Engineering Richard S. Thorsen NYU-Poly Vice President emeritus George Bugliarello: Leadership of the Polytechnic and His Vision of the Future 10:00 a.m. coffee Break 2

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APPENDIX 143 part ii. fundamental Needs and emerging challenges in Large cities infrastructure renewal: Water, energy & transportation moderator: Ilan Juran executive Director NYU-Poly Urban Infrastructure Institute and Urban Utilty center 10:20 a.m. Patrick J. Foye executive Director Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Transportation and its Critical Role in Economic Development 10:40 a.m. Andrew W. Herrmann President American Society of civil engineers Resources for Rebuilding the National Infrastructure: Water, Energy and Transportation 11:00 a.m. Craig S. Ivey President consolidated edison company of New York Energy as the Core of New York City 11:20 a.m. Daniel (Pete) Loucks Professor of civil & environmental engineering cornell University Water as a Fundamental Need for Urban Renewal 11:40 a.m Q&A Session 12:00 p.m. Forest city ratner companies Working lunch Luncheon Speaker: Honorable David Miller former mayor of Toronto former chair of the c4o climate Leadership group NYU-Poly future of cities global fellow Cities Act: Leadership Through Sustainability Creates Action on Infrastructure, I.T., and the Environment (continued on following page) 3

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144 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE SYmPoSIUm prOGraM frIDAY, ocToBer 26, 2012 sustainability, information technology & environment part iii moderator: John C. Falcocchio Director panel NYU-Poly Urban Intelligent Transportation Systems center moder New Yo 1:00 p.m. Joan McDonald and Se commissioner New York State Department of Transportation 2:55 p Sustainable Transportation Resources: Mobility and Infrastructure Resiliency 1:20 p.m. Ruthie D. Lyle IBm Smartcloud for Social Business Breakthroughs in Information Technology for Smart Cities 1:40 p.m. Upmanu Lall Director, columbia water center earth Institute columbia University Climate, Water and Sustainable Cities 2:00 p.m. Carter H. Strickland, Jr. commissioner New York city Department of environmental Protection Vision of PlaNYC 2030 for Environmental Sustainability 4:45 p.m 2:20 p.m Q&A Session 2:40 p.m Break 4

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APPENDIX 145 part iii. challenges – The way forward panel discussion moderator: Paul M. Horn New York University Distinguished Scientist in residence and Senior Vice Provost for research 2:55 p.m. Steven E. Koonin y Director center for Urban Science and Progress (cUSP) Gerard M. Mooney Vice President IBm global Smarter cities Thomas D. O’Rourke Thomas r. Briggs Professor of engineering, cornell University Theodore (Ted) S. Rappaport NYU-Poly David Lee/ernst weber Professor of electrical engineering Q&A Session 4:45 p.m. closing remarks Katepalli R. Sreenivasan NYU-Poly Provost Senior Vice Provost for Science and Technology, NYU 5

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146 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE george BuGliarellO (BoSTID) o Sciences an 1927-2011 medal of Te committee Technology office of Te committee g Policy (coS eorge Bugliarello’s range A BiOGraphy for the Adv of interests and expertise george Bugliarello, President emeritus (having as chair of transcended many disciplines, served as president from 1973 to 1994), the constru including civil engineering, Institute Professor and former chancellor research c bio-medical engineering, urban (1994 - 2003) of Polytechnic Institute of Academies development, science policy, water resources NYU (formerly Polytechnic University), was II conferenc and environmental science. His vision of the an engineer and educator with a broad the Nation role of science, innovation and education, background ranging from fluid mechanics on the meg coupled with a passion for turning his vision to computer languages, the environment, included th into reality, is reflected in today’s urban biomedical engineering and science Academy o communities, forged through academic policy. He held a Doctor of Science degree in confrontin and industry interactions in ways that spur engineering from the massachusetts Institute chairmansh economic growth and societal well-being, of Technology, and was awarded honorary force on U while respecting the quality of human life degrees from carnegie mellon University, and the environment. the University of Trieste, the milwaukee Dr. Bugliar School of engineering, the Illinois Institute of included co Technology, Pace University, Trinity college, as reviewer THe BIoSomA paradiGM rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and the countries, a In emphasizing the urgent need for a University of minnesota. specialist fo clear strategy for urban sustainability, Dr. central Afr Bugliarello recommended a new paradigm At the time of his death, Dr. Bugliarello was based on the biosoma—the indissoluble serving his second four-year term as foreign interaction of biology, society and machines, Secretary of the National Academy of along with the complementary system engineering, of which he had been a member of systems paradigm. The biosoma- since 1987. He was a lifetime National environmental paradigm views the city Associate of The National Academies and as a complex, adaptive system where the served as chair of the National Academy of “…[Answer three biosoma entities interact with the engineering council’s International Affairs sustainabi environment. Synergies and trade-offs among committee. technologi these entities and their interaction with broader co sub-components such as materials, energy, During his long and fruitful career, he served of knowled information and systems, are at the heart of as chairman of the Board of Science and addressing issues of urban sustainability. Technology for International Development 6

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APPENDIX 147 (BoSTID) of the National Academy of faculty fellowship at the Technical University Sciences and as chairman of the National of Berlin, membership on the U.S.-egypt Joint medal of Technology Nomination evaluation consultative committee of the National committee. He chaired the Advisory Panel for Academy of Sciences, and membership on the Technology Transfer to the middle east of the Scientific committee of the Summer School office of Technology Assessment, and also the on environmental Dynamics in Venice. He committee on Science, engineering and Public had been the U.S. member of the Science Policy (coSePP) of the American Association for Stability Steering committee, and of the for the Advancement of Science. He served Science for Peace Steering committee, of the ng as chair of the Board on Infrastructure and Scientific Affairs Division of NATo. the constructed environment of the National He was co-founder and co-editor of research council, and of the National Technology in Society, An International Academies megacities project for the Habitat Journal; Interim editor-in-chief of The Bridge II conference. He also served as chair of (the quarterly publication of the National the National Academies steering committee Academy of engineering), served on several on the megacities. other committee service editorial advisory boards, authored over three included the U.S. National Academies-russian hundred professional papers, and was the Academy of Sciences committee on Terrorism author, co-author or editor of numerous books. n confronting the U.S. and russia and co- e chairmanship of a joint russian-American Task He was a member of the council on foreign force on Urban Security. relations and a fellow of the American Society of civil engineers, the American Society Dr. Bugliarello’s international experience of engineering education, the American included consultantships abroad for oecD Association for the Advancement of Science, as reviewer of the science policy of several the New York Academy of Sciences, and countries, and for UNeSco, assignments as the Biomedical engineering Society, and a specialist for the U.S. Department of State in founding fellow of the American Institute for central Africa, the holding of a NATo Senior medical and Biological engineering. r “…[Answers to overarching questions about urban sustainability]…depend on the development of new bio-socio- technological-environmental paradigms, and of a correspondingly broader conception of engineering and of the interdisciplinarity of knowledge.” — g e o r g e B U g L I A r e L L o 7

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148 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE Inc., one of the na A SYmPoSIUm HoNorINg THe LegAcY of george BUgLIAreLLo investor-owned el with approximate annual revenues SYmPoSIUm Guest speaKers in assets. mr. Ivey and electric operation rUTH daVid Prior to joining the Port Bridges, Director of region 1, and entire service area Dr. ruth Authority, he served as Deputy national Treasurer. He served in manhattan, the David is Secretary for economic on the Advisory council for the parts of Queens a President Development for governor 2003 and 2005 report cards and steam operat and ceo of Andrew m. cuomo. mr. foye for America’s Infrastructure and manhattan. They Analytic Ser- was a mergers and acquisitions chaired the council for the 2009 for the safety, con vices Inc., partner at Skadden Arps and report card. mr. Herrmann planning, design, a nonprofit managing partner of the firm’s has served as a spokesperson an electric system corporation that provides security Brussels, Budapest and moscow for ASce in many magazine, encompasses ove related studies and analyses to offices. He was executive Vice newspaper, radio, and television of underground a the U.S. government. President of AImco, a real estate articles and stories. He also electric cable, nea Before assuming her investment trust and a component appeared in the History channel of gas mains, and current position, Dr. David was of the S&P 500, and served as documentary, ‘The crumbling of steam mains, serv Deputy Director for Science President and ceo of the United America.’ Along with numerous million New Yorke and Technology at the central way of Long Island. other volunteer efforts, he has con edison i Intelligence Agency. There she served as Director of St. mary’s Sustainability Ind led research, development, and rehabilitation center for children, continuing empha deployment of technologies in ANDrew w. herrMann a member of AremA’s-committee initiatives to redu support of the intelligence process. Andrew w. 15, Steel railroad Bridges, and emissions have b Prior to joining the cIA, she served Herrmann chairman emeritus of Heavy with commendati in several leadership positions at P.e., SecB, movable Structures. from government Sandia National Laboratories. f.ASce, prin- mr. Herrmann received well as nonprofit Dr. David is a member of the cipal with his bachelor’s degree in civil organizations, inc National Academy of engineering Hardesty engineering from Valparaiso U.S. Department (NAe); she serves on the NAe & Hanover, University, Indiana, and his international car council and chairs the National LLP, serves as President of the master’s degree from the Project (cDP), and research council (Nrc) Board on American Society of civil engi- Polytechnic Institute of New York, Strategic Value In global Science and Technology. neers (ASce). now NYU-Poly. He is a registered mr. Ivey serv She is a member of the Homeland During his 38 years at professional engineer in 29 states. boards of nonpro Security Advisory council, the Hardesty & Hanover, LLP, he has He is a resident of Pittsburgh, organizations inc Defense Science Board, the Hertz held many positions including Pennsylvania. Hospital for Spec foundation Board, and advisory Structural Detailer, Structural fresh Air fund, an boards for wichita State University engineer, Project engineer, State Smart grid and Stevens Institute of Technology. and Associate engineer before crAIg S. iVey mr. Ivey joine becoming managing Partner and craig S. Ivey in November 200 then a principal. His experience is President as a senior vice p PATrIcK J. FOye includes design, inspection, of con- two different role Patrick rehabilitation, and construction solidated Virginia Power sin J. foye along with managing some of the edison com- as an SVP of elec became firm’s major fixed and movable pany of New then as an SVP of executive bridge projects. York (con and Distribution. Director within ASce, mr. Herrmann edison), a regulated utility with risen through a s of the Port has served as President of the 14,000 employees serving New increasingly respo Authority New York city metropolitan York city and most of westchester at Dominion, whe of New York and New Jersey on Section, chair of the Technical county. The company is a sub- a reputation for e November 1, 2011. Administrative committee on sidiary of consolidated edison, safety, operationa 8

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APPENDIX 149 Inc., one of the nation’s largest leadership. across the Department’s science, investor-owned electric utilities, A native of roanoke rapids, energy, and security activities with approximately $13 billion in N.c., mr. Ivey originally joined and led the Department’s annual revenues and $36 billion Dominion in may 1985 after first Quadrennial Technology in assets. spending several summers during for energy. Before joining the mr. Ivey and his team run college working in the company’s government, Dr. Koonin spent five electric operations across the engineering and Planning years as chief Scientist for BP, d entire service area; gas operations group. In 2003, three years plc., where he played a central in manhattan, the Bronx, and after becoming vice president of role in establishing the energy parts of Queens and westchester; electric operations, he played a Biosciences Institute. Dr. Koonin and steam operations in key role in expeditiously managing was a Professor of Theoretical manhattan. They are responsible service restoration of 1.8 million Physics at caltech from 1975 for the safety, construction, customers after the devastating to 2006 and was the Institute’s planning, design, and reliability of Hurricane Isabel. Provost for almost a decade. He an electric system that presently mr. Ivey earned his is a member of the U.S. National encompasses over 129,000 miles bachelor’s degree in electrical Academy of Sciences and the of underground and overhead engineering from North carolina JASoN advisory group. Dr. Koonin electric cable, nearly 4,300 miles State University, and has holds a BS in Physics from caltech l of gas mains, and 105 miles of completed executive education and a PhD in Theoretical Physics steam mains, serving over nine programs at the University of from mIT (1975) and is an adjunct million New Yorkers. michigan and Harvard University. staff member at the Institute for con edison is a Dow Jones In 2005, he received the Black Defense Analyses. Sustainability Index company; its engineer of the Year Award for n, continuing emphasis on green career Achievement in Industry. ee initiatives to reduce carbon He is married and the father UPmANU lall emissions have been recognized of three children. Dr. Upmanu with commendations and awards Lall is from government agencies as Director well as nonprofit and private STeVeN e. KOOnin of the organizations, including the Dr. Steven e. columbia U.S. Department of energy, the Koonin was water international carbon Disclosure appointed center, Project (cDP), and Innovest as the columbia University earth , Strategic Value Investors. founding Institute. d mr. Ivey serves on the Director He is a leading expert es. boards of nonprofit and industry of NYU’s on hydroclimatology, climate organizations including the center for Urban Science and change adaptation, risk analysis Hospital for Special Surgery, the Progress (cUSP) in April 2012. and mitigation. His research fresh Air fund, and the New York That consortium of academic, has emphasized hydrology, State Smart grid consortium. corporate, and government water resource systems mr. Ivey joined con edison partners will pursue research analysis, operations research, ey in November 2009 after serving and education activities to and stochastic processes with t as a senior vice president in develop and demonstrate applications to flood/drought risk two different roles at Dominion informatics technologies for and uncertainty assessment, and Virginia Power since 2006, first urban problems in the “living the design and operation of water m- as an SVP of electric Delivery, laboratory” of New York city. systems. ew then as an SVP of Transmission Prior to his NYU appointment, recently, he has become and Distribution. He had Dr. Koonin served as the second concerned with the issue of risen through a succession of Under Secretary for Science at global and regional water increasingly responsible positions the U.S. Department of energy sustainability, and the more er at Dominion, where he developed from may 2009 thru November general issue of modeling and a reputation for emphasizing 2011. In that capacity, he managing planetary change due safety, operational excellence and oversaw technical activities to coupled human and natural 9

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150 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE dynamics. He is developing with IBm spans assignments New York’s transportation m technical and policy tools for the in Intellectual Property system safely and efficiently; advoc projection and management of monetization, Software and (2) delivering a world- susta environmental change as part Development and Hardware class capital program on In ad of a quantitative approach to Development. Dr. Lyle is a time and on budget. During and f sustainability of earth systems. registered Patent Agent, and the her first year, commissioner next g Team Lead emeritus of IBm’s mcDonald launched the susta Smarter Planet Invention review Department’s new capital comp DANIeL (PeTe) lOucKs Team. She is an IBm master Asset management-capital on pr Professor Inventor and prolific inventor Investment (cAm-cI) program. this h Daniel with 58 issued U.S. patents This innovative program focuses H (Pete) and over 170 pending patent on preservation, looking at New from Loucks applications. most recently, she York’s transportation system in a leade teaches received the National women of sustainable way. commissioner widel courses and color 2010 Technical Innovation mcDonald has received high for its conducts Award for her technical marks for bringing transparency econo research at cornell University in contributions. to the Department and for her integ the development and application Dr. Lyle has a passion for collaboration with the design A of optimization and simulation supporting, and deep sense and construction industry. c40 c models and decision support of responsibility towards Prior to her appointment, group systems for predicting economic, furthering, initiatives targeted commissioner mcDonald mr. m environmental, and social at encouraging women and served as the commissioner of demo impacts of alternative decisions minorities in STem careers. the connecticut Department real c with respect to the management Personally, she is an avid of economic and community makin of water and land resources. recreational runner and enjoys Development. Her private make He has also held appointments spending time with her husband sector experience includes five chang at other universities here and son. years as the Vice President in emplo and abroad, served in UN charge of New York and New that w organizations, the world Bank, Jersey at Jacobs engineering. Bank, and in public agencies and JoAN McdOnald ms. mcDonald began her natio private firms. He is a fellow Joan mc- transportation career as Deputy organ of the American geophysical Donald was commissioner for Planning capac Union, a Distinguished member nominated & Traffic operations for the world of the American Society of by New York New York city Department futur civil engineers and a member governor of Transportation and as the at Po of The National Academy of Andrew m. Director of capital and Long York U engineering. cuomo on range Planning for the mTA He is January 14, 2011 to serve as the metro-North railroad. Suzuk 11th commissioner of the New Hono rUTHIe D. lyle York State Department of Trans- Assoc Dr. ruthie portation, and was unanimously DAVID Miller the e D. Lyle confirmed by the New York State David chair joined IBm Senate on march 8, 2011. miller is Amer in 1999 An expert on transportation, counsel, In- miller soon after infrastructure, economic ternational cana being development, policy and Business to ch recognized planning, ms. mcDonald serves and Sus- Poten as the first African American as a key member of governor tainability Uses woman to earn a doctorate cuomo’s cabinet. at Aird & Berlis LLP. In that role, comm in electrical engineering from commissioner mcDonald’s he assists the firm in the devel- (IcTs) Polytechnic Institute of New York vision for the Department opment of its international clean D University (NYU-Poly). focuses on two core components: tech and renewable energy traine Her career experience (1) operating and maintaining practices. profe 10

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APPENDIX 151 mr. miller is a leading his wife, lawyer Jill Arthur, are THomAS D. O’rOurKe advocate for the creation of the parents of two children. Dr. T.D. sustainable urban economies. o’rourke is In addition to being a strong the Thomas and forceful champion for the gerArD m. MOOney r. Briggs next generation of jobs through gerard m. Professor sustainability, he advises mooney of engi- companies—and governments— is cur- neering in on practical measures to make rently Vice the School of civil and environ- . this happen. President, mental engineering at cornell es He was mayor of Toronto global University. ew from 2003 to 2010. Under his Smarter He is a member of the na leadership, Toronto became cities. His team is responsible U.S. National Academy of er widely admired internationally for delivering the set of initia- engineering and a fellow of for its environmental leadership, tives that now form the center of American Association for the ncy economic strength and social IBm’s successful Smarter Planet Advancement of Science. He r integration. offerings and that are playing received several awards for his As chair of the influential a leading role in the transfor- teaching and from professional c40 cities climate Leadership mation and modernization of societies, including the group from 2008 to 2010, governments and cities around collingwood, Huber research, c. mr. miller was instrumental in the world in core functions martin Duke Lifeline earthquake f demonstrating the practical and like Intelligent Transportation, engineering, Stephen D. Bechtel real change cities are already Public Safety, Advanced water Pipeline engineering, and ralph making and can continue to management, Smart grids and B. Peck Awards from ASce, the make as they fight climate green Buildings, as well as tradi- Hogentogler Award from ASTm, change and create sustainable tional government services. and Trevithick Prize from the employment. He continues Since joining IBm in 2000, British Ice. that work today with the world mr. mooney has held a series He served as President Bank, oecD, UNeP and other of increasingly responsible of earthquake engineering national and international positions in venture capital, research Institute and as a uty organizations to strengthen the strategy, technology, operations, member of numerous advisory capacity of city governments and sales. most recently, he boards and committees for NSf, worldwide to act. He is the was general manager, global NIST, and Nrc. He authored or future of cities global fellow government and education and, co-authored over 350 technical at Polytechnic Institute of New prior to that, he was IBm’s Vice publications. York University (NYU-Poly). President, corporate Strategy He served as chair or He is a member of the David with worldwide responsibility member of the consulting Suzuki foundation Board, an for IBm’s emerging Business boards of many projects Honorary Director of canadian opportunities program. He has associated with highway, rapid Association of Physicians for also had responsibility for IBm’s transit, water supply, and the environment (cAPe) and Venture capital organization. energy distribution systems. chair of cape farewell North He serves as a member of His research interests cover America. most recently, mr. the Board of Directors of the geotechnical engineering, In- miller was appointed by the Intelligent Transportation earthquake engineering, nal canadian counsel of Academies Society of America (ITS underground construction to chair an expert Panel on “The America). technologies, engineering for Potential for New and Innovative He holds an mBA from Yale large, geographically distributed y Uses of Information and University, an mS in Accounting systems, and geographic le, communications Technologies from georgetown University and information technologies and l- (IcTs) for greening canada.” a BA in Philosophy from mount database management. ean David miller is a Harvard Saint mary’s college. trained economist and professionally a lawyer. He and 11

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152 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE THeoDore (TeD) S. rappapOrt he and his students invented the KATePALLI r. sreeniVasan otto Laporte Dr. Theodore technology of site-specific radio Katepalli American Ph (Ted) S. frequency (rf) channel modeling Sreenivasn medal Lectur rappaport and design for wireless network has been Science; Dist is the David deployment – a technology University Award and c Lee/ernst now used routinely throughout Professor at Professorship weber wireless communications. New York Institute of S Professor Dr. rappaport has University raman Visiti of electrical engineering at the served on the Technological since September 2010, where the Indian Ac Polytechnic Institute of New York Advisory council of the federal he also serves as Senior Vice the Internatio University (NYU-Poly) and is a communications commission, Provost in charge of science medal in mem Professor of computer Science assisted the governor and and technology, and as Provost modesto Pan at New York University’s courant cIo of Virginia in formulating of the Polytechnic Institute of ferrari, Acad Institute of mathematical rural broadband initiatives for NYU. Prior to coming to NYU, di Torino, Ita Sciences. He is also a Professor Internet access, and conducted he served from 2003 to 2009 as of Scientific m of radiology at the NYU School research for NSf, Department the Director of the International scientific hon of medicine. of Defense, and dozens of centre for Theoretical Physics government rappaport serves as global telecommunications in Trieste, Italy, for nearly of Sciences; U Director of the National Science companies. He has over 100 U.S. seven years. earlier, he taught Promoting In foundation (NSf) Industrial/ or international patents issued at the University of maryland cooperation University collaborative research or pending and has authored, as Distinguished University from the wor center for wireless Internet co-authored, and co-edited 18 Professor, glenn L. martin florence, Ital communications and Advanced books, including the world’s Professor of engineering, and Husain mem Technology (wIcAT), a national best selling books on wireless Professor of Physics, and also the Duty Soc research center that involves communications and smart served for a year and a half as Society of Ap 5 major universities and is antennas. the Director of the Institute for mathematics headquartered at NYU-Poly. He In 1989, he founded Physical Science and Technology. membership is also the founding Director of TSr Technologies, Inc., a Previously, Dr. Sreenivasan joined Tasso, Duino NYU wIreLeSS, the world’s first cellular radio/PcS software the faculty of the Department Italy; the me academic research center to radio manufacturer that he of engineering and Applied the Lions clu combine engineering, computer sold in 1993 to what is now Science at Yale University in service); the science, and medicine. earlier, commScope, Inc. (taken private 1979 and held several posts at medal of the he founded two of the world’s in 2011 by carlyle group). In Yale until 2002, including the Society for hu largest academic wireless 1995, he founded wireless Harold w. cheel Professor of and the 2009 research centers: The wireless Valley communications, Inc., a mechanical engineering (1988- Prize from th Networking and communications pioneering creator of site-specific 2002), joint appointments in the conference o group (wNcg) at the University radio propagation software for Departments of Physics, Applied Heat Transfe of Texas at Austin in 2002, and wireless network design and Physics and mathematics; chair and Thermod the mobile and Portable radio management that he sold in of the mechanical engineering AAAS award research group (mPrg), now 2005 to motorola. Department (1987-1992) and Scientific coo known as wireless@ at Virginia He received BS, mS, the Acting chairman of the 2011 multicu Tech, in 1990. and PhD degrees in electrical council of engineering (1989). Award of the Dr. rappaport is a pioneer engineering from Purdue His post-doctoral work included council. in radio wave propagation University, and is an outstanding two years of work in Australia Sreeniva for cellular and personal Alumni of his alma mater. and at Johns Hopkins University elected to the communications, wireless for a similar period of time. He of Sciences a communication system design, has been a Visiting Professor at National Scie and broadband wireless caltech, rockefeller University, Academy of S communications circuits and cambridge University, and the Developing w systems at millimeter wave Institute for Advanced Study at the African A frequencies. His research has Princeton, among others. the US Natio influenced many international Dr. Sreenivasan’s honors Sciences, US wireless-standards bodies, and include: guggenheim fellowship; of engineerin 12

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APPENDIX 153 otto Laporte memorial Award of Academy of Arts and Sciences. Planning, Department of Small American Physical Society; TwAS within the National Academies, Business Services, NYc economic n medal Lecture in engineering Dr. Sreenivasan has served on the Development corporation and Science; Distinguished Alumnus NAe committee on membership NYc & company, and he serves Award and centennial and the mechanical engineering as chair of Brooklyn Bridge Park at Professorship of the Indian Section (chair, vice chair, member) board. Institute of Science; Sir c.V. and the mechanical engineering Prior to his 2010 raman Visiting Professorship of Peer committee (chair, vice appointment as Deputy mayor, the Indian Academy of Sciences; chair, member); the NAS class mr. Steel was the President and the International Prize and gold III membership committee; the ceo of wachovia. from 2006 to medal in memory of Professors Nrc committee on Human 2008, he was the Under Secretary modesto Panetti and carlo rights of the NAS, NAe, and Iom; for Domestic finance at the U.S. ferrari, Academia delle Scienze the committee on condensed- Department of the Treasury. Prior di Torino, Italy; National order matter and materials Physics; to entering government service, as of Scientific merit (the highest and the Nonlinear Dynamics mr. Steel spent nearly 30 years al scientific honor) by the Brazilian and fractals committee; and on at goldman Sachs, ultimately government and the Academy the Proceedings of the National rising to become co-head of the of Sciences; UNeSco medal for Academy of Sciences editorial U.S. equities Division and Vice Promoting International Scientific Board. chairman of the firm. He is a cooperation and world Peace graduate of Duke University from the world Heritage centre, and the University of chicago’s florence, Italy; President Dr. Zakir roBerT K. steel Booth School of Business, and Husain memorial Award from robert K. Steel is New York city has distinguished himself as the Duty Society and the Indian Deputy chairman of Duke’s Board of Society of Applied and Industrial mayor for Trustees, chairman of the Aspen mathematics; Honorary economic Institute’s Board of Trustees, y. membership, Academia Torre e Develop- Senior fellow at the Harvard ed Tasso, Duino-Aurisina, Trieste, ment. He Kennedy School of government, Italy; the melvin Jones fellow of is respon- a member of the fDIc Advisory the Lions club (for humanitarian sible for committee on economic Inclusion, service); the Dwight Nicholson the Bloomberg Administration’s chairman of The After-School medal of the American Physical five-borough economic develop- corporation, and co-founder of Society for human outreach, ment strategy and job-creation Seachange capital Partners, an and the 2009 Nusselt-reynolds efforts, as well as its efforts to organization dedicated to helping Prize from the Assembly of world expand job training, strengthen nonprofits grow. e conference on experimental small business assistance, pro- d Heat Transfer, fluid mechanics mote new industries, diversify the r and Thermodynamics; the 2009 economy, and achieve the goals cArTer H. stricKland, Jr. AAAS award for International of the New Housing marketplace carter H. Strickland, Jr. is com- Scientific cooperation; and the Plan, which is designed to build missioner 2011 multicultural Leadership or preserve enough affordable of the New Award of the National Diversity housing for 500,000 New York- York city d council. ers by 2014. He spearheads Department Sreenivasan has been the Administration’s major of envi- y elected to the Indian Academy redevelopment projects, includ- ronmental of Sciences and the Indian ing those in Lower manhattan, Protection t National Science Academy, the flushing, Hunters Point South, (DeP), whose 6,000 employees Academy of Sciences for the coney Island, Stapleton, the provide more than 1.0 billion gal- Developing world (TwAS), and South Bronx, and Hudson Yards. lons of water each day to more the African Academy of Sciences, Deputy mayor Steel oversees than 9 million New Yorkers, treat the US National Academy of such agencies as the Department more than 1.3 billion gallons of Sciences, US National Academy of Housing Preservation and De- water every day, and regulate p; of engineering and the American velopment, Department of city local air quality. Prior to being 13

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154 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE commissioner, mr. Strickland rIcHArD S. thOrsen graduate Studies, Vice President LIV A SY was the Deputy commissioner Dr. richard for research and Advanced for Sustainability at DeP where S. Thorsen Programs, Vice President for he oversaw the agency’s envi- is Vice Development and University ronmental planning, analysis, President relations, lead for the $275 SYm permitting, and enforcement emeritus million fulfilling the American programs. Before joining DeP, and Senior Dream campaign, and Vice mr. Strickland was the Senior Advisor President for Academic Affairs. JerrY Policy Advisor for Air and water to the President and Provost of He is widely published in with the mayor’s office of Long Polytechnic Institute of New York heat transfer and solar energy Term Planning and Sustainability, University. literature and has led major where he was responsible for A mechanical engineer with government- and industry- the implementation of New York a Ph. D. from New York University, sponsored research projects city’s sustainability plan, PlaNYc he has been a member of the in these areas, and has been 2030, across all agencies and mechanical engineering faculty Principal Investigator on more departments, with a focus on since 1964. He served as Head than $25 million of sponsored In this water, air, and natural resource of the Department of mechanical research programs. the na issues. commissioner Strickland engineering and then Head Dr. Thorsen was instrumental and e graduated from Dartmouth col- of mechanical and Aerospace in the negotiations which led to innov lege, cum laude, and earned his engineering at Polytechnic the 1973 merger of Polytechnic engin law degree from the columbia Institute of New York (now Institute of Brooklyn and the mana University School of Law, where Polytechnic Institute of New York New York University School Institu he served as executive editor of University) from 1974 to 1983. of engineering and Science, list of the columbia Journal of environ- He introduced Polytechnic’s first and its subsequent successful resea mental Law. He lives in Brooklyn computer-based instructional implementation. In 2007-2008 leade Heights with his wife and their laboratory. he played a leading role in laurea two children. He has since served as the negotiations that led to in 185 Associate Provost for computing Polytechnic’s current affiliate D and Information Systems, Dean of relationship NYU. as Pre mr. H wide Polyte centu plan w Board and fo introd and e as i2e resea comm f to inc oppor throu joined fund Techn Autho millio NYcS and s suppo 14

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APPENDIX 155 sident LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE A SYmPoSIUm HoNorINg THe LegAcY of george BUgLIAreLLo d or ty 5 SYmPoSIUm chairs & MOderatOrs can e airs. JerrY m. hultin information technology and web leadership role in the Department d in Jerry m. 2.0 products and services. of the Navy’s revolution in ergy Hultin is on July 1, 2008, under mr. Business Affairs, which brought or president of Hultin’s leadership and with the private-sector business acumen to Polytechnic support of Poly’s Board, faculty, both the Navy and marine corps. ts Institute of and students, Polytechnic became He was one of the creators of the en New York an affiliate of New York University, Navy-marine corps corporate ore University. one of the leading comprehensive Intranet and led a major study red In this capacity he heads one of research universities in the nation. of the impact of globalization the nation’s oldest private science This strategic new alliance on national security and naval umental and engineering schools. An adds Polytechnic’s prowess in forces conducted by the National ed to innovative resource for science, technology and engineering to Defense University. In 2003 chnic engineering and technology NYU’s comprehensive educational mr. Hultin served as the on-air he management, Polytechnic and research strengths and military analyst for wNBc in New l Institute has produced a notable provides Polytechnic with York city during the Iraq war. e, list of corporate, academic, substantial resources and over the course of his sful research and engineering opportunities for education, career, mr. Hultin has helped 008 leaders—including three Nobel research, and technology create and support a number laureates—since it was founded commercialization in NYc and of national, non-profit programs o in 1854. around the world. that provide leadership, te During his first three years Before joining Polytechnic community development and job as President of Polytechnic, University, mr. Hultin was Dean skills to young people from all mr. Hultin led a university- of the wesley J. Howe School of walks of life. wide initiative of redefining Technology management and mr. Hultin is an Honorary Polytechnic’s role for the 21st Professor of management at fellow of the foreign Policy century. The resulting strategic Stevens Institute of Technology Association, the founding plan was approved by Poly’s in Hoboken, N.J. At Stevens, chairman of the Technology Board of Trustees in may 2007 mr. Hultin expanded the Howe management education and focuses the Institute on School’s graduate programs in Association, and an advisor introducing invention, innovation, technology management and to senior military and defense and entrepreneurship—known presided over a major increase in leaders. He is on the boards of as i2e—into all of its academic, research funding. the Advanced energy research research, and technology from 1997 to 2000 mr. & Technology center, center commercialization programs. Hultin served as Under Secretary for an Urban future, the for instance, in order of the Navy, the Department’s Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, to increase entrepreneurial number two civilian leader. In the National Action council opportunity at Poly and this position, he led numerous for minorities in engineering throughout NYc, Polytechnic programs that supported (NAcme), British American joined with the NYc Investment innovation in strategic vision, war Business, among others. fund and the New York State fighting and business operations He is a member of the New Technology and research to meet the evolving needs of the York Academy of Sciences, Authority in funding a new $2 Navy and marine corps in the International Association of million venture capital fund, 21st century. University Presidents, American NYcSeed, located at Polytechnic mr. Hultin’s major council on education (Ace), the and specifically designed to accomplishments as Under commission on Independent support innovative new ideas for Secretary included taking a colleges and Universities (cIcU), 15

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156 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE and Association of University graduate student supervision, JoHN c. FalcOcchiO PAUL m research Parks. private consulting, and various Dr. John c. mr. Hultin is married to Jill scientific publications including falcocchio foreman Hultin, a management 6 books (5 text books) and is Professor consultant, and they have two more than 300 papers. He has of Transpor- grown sons. over 850 citations according tation Plan- to google Scholars, and 560 ning and citations according to the web of engineering moHAmmAD KaraMOuZ Knowledge/Science. His areas of in the Department of civil and in Sept Professor research include environmental Urban engineering and Director Vice Pr mohammad Systems management and of the Urban Intelligent Transpor- Septem Karamouz is environmental Sustainability, tation Systems center (UITSc) at positio Director of climate change Studies, Large Polytechnic Institute of New York dent of environmen- Scale Signals rainfall and flood University. executi tal engineer- forecasting, Urban water As Director of UITSc, he In this ing/Science Infrastructures, flood resistant has facilitated and catalyzed the worldw programs in the Dept. of civil and cities, water Security, Disaster dialogue between the academic 3200 t Urban engineering at NYU-Poly management, Large Scale community and federal, state, sites in since 2008. Prior to that among watershed management, Data and city agencies related to ITS world, his academic assignments, he mining, Development of Large deployment in New York city. overall was the Dean of engineering scale water Supply/Demand He has many years of his lead and a Professor in the School of Decision Support Systems, experience both as an educator/ produc Architecture (Dept. of city & re- and environmental/climate researcher and as a practicing of tech gional Planning) at Pratt Institute. management Information professional. His main research includi He was also a visiting Professor Systems. interests are in traveler and superc at the University of Arizona. He Dr. Karamouz has served freight mobility, access to urban world’s founded and was president of in many leadership positions activities, and transportation magne Arch construction and consult- in a number of national and system productivity. He teaches straine ing co. Inc. in Queens, New York international societies including courses in the analysis, planning, allows for 10 years and worked as a ASce, AgU, AwrA, IwrA and and management of urban percen Professional engineer providing UScoLD (US committee on transportation systems, and has world’s a wide range of civil engineering Large Dams). He has been the written scholarly and professional that br services as well as promoting editor of Iran-Water Resources papers and one book on these ship ba entrepreneurship and creating Research Journal for 8 years and subjects. Dr jobs for many civil engineers in a member of editorial board of Dr. falcocchio is chairman clarkso NYc metropolitan area. He is major journals including ASCE of the Board of the University and rec a fellow of American Society of Journal of Water Resource Transportation research center, in phys civil engineers, and a Diplomat Planning and Management. He is region 2—a consortium of of roch of American Academy of water currently the chairman of ASce- seventeen universities—and is a joining resources engineers. ewrI International council. Dr. registered Professional engineer was a p Dr. Karamouz received his BS Karamouz has developed Decision in Pennsylvania, New York, and the Jam degree in civil engineering from Support Systems and operation california. the Phy Shiraz University, mS in water models for 9 major watersheds He holds a Bachelor in Univer and environmental engineering with transboundary water conflict civil engineering and a Ph.D. a fellow from george washington issues in the middle east. He (Transportation Planning) from Society University, and PhD in Hydraulics has had major research grants the Polytechnic Institute of Nation and Systems engineering from and contracts from NSf, world Brooklyn, and a graduate degree In addi Purdue University. He has made Bank, UNeSco, International in Traffic engineering from the membe significant accomplishments water Authority Boards, Utility Bureau of Highway Traffic, Yale commi in the field of water resources companies and other national University. includi through research, teaching, and international organizations. Accoun 16

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APPENDIX 157 PAUL m. hOrn advisors, the board of trustees c. Dr. Paul of the committee for economic io Horn was Development, NYc Seed, and sor named NYU New Venture Partners. por- Distin- an- guished d Scientist in ILAN Juran ing residence Dr. Ilan Ju- in September of 2007 and Senior ran is execu- or Vice Provost for research in tive Director or- September 2009. Prior to his NYU of the Urban at position, he was Senior Vice Presi- Infrastruc- rk dent of the IBm corporation and ture Insti- executive Director of research. tute and Ur- In this job, he directed IBm’s ban Utility center at Polytechnic he worldwide research program with Institute of New York University, ic 3200 technical employees in eight a Professor of civil and environ- sites in five countries around the mental engineering, and former S world, and helped guide IBm’s Department Head and chairman overall technical strategy. Under of NYU-Poly’s Department of civil his leadership, IBm research and Urban engineering. He also r/ produced an unmatched string serves as executive Director of w- of technological breakthroughs, SmArT (water Security manage- h including the chess-playing ment Assessment, research and supercomputer Deep Blue, the Technology). an world’s first copper chip, the giant Dr. Juran was a Senior magneto-resistive head (gmr), Advisor of Technology and Science s strained silicon (a discovery that and chair of the United Nations ng, allows chips to run up to 35 Development Program (UNDP) percent faster), and Bluegene the Task force eco-INwArDS as world’s fastest supercomputer on economic Integration of onal that brought computing leader- Neutralized waste as a resource ship back to the United States. Deployment Strategy. He holds Dr. Horn graduated from a DSc (Doctorat es Science) in n clarkson college of Technology Applied mechanics and a PhD and received his doctoral degree in Soil mechanics, both from er, in physics from the University University of Paris. of rochester in 1973. Prior to a joining IBm in 1979, Dr. Horn er was a professor of physics in d the James franck Institute and the Physics Department at the University of chicago. Dr. Horn is a fellow of the American Physical m Society and was a member of the National Academy of engineering. ee In addition to NYU-Poly he is a member of numerous professional e committees and boards including the gAo (general Accountability office) board of 17

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158 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE SYmPoS A SYmPoSIUm HoNorINg THe LegAcY of george BUgLIAreLLo SYmPoSIUm ch pOlytechnic institute neW yOrK uniVersity Jerry M. Hultin OF neW yOrK uniVersity New York University, which was established in President, NYU-P Polytechnic Institute of New York University 1831, is one of the largest and most prestigious (formerly Polytechnic University), an affiliated private research universities in the U.S. It has institute of New York University, is a com- more international students than any other HoNorArY ch Paul Soros prehensive school of engineering, applied U.S. college or university. Through its numerous sciences, technology and research, and is schools and colleges, NYU conducts research rooted in a 158-year tradition of invention, and provides education in the arts and scienc- SYmPoSIUm cO innovation and entrepreneurship: i2e. The es, law, medicine, dentistry, education, nursing, Mohammad K Director, environ institution, founded in 1854, is the nation’s business, social work, the cinematic and per- engineering and second-oldest private engineering school. In forming arts, public administration and policy, Programs, NYU- addition to its main campus in New York city and continuing studies, among other areas. at metroTech center in downtown Brooklyn, it also offers programs at sites throughout STeerINg cOM the region, around the globe, and remotely MetrOtech center Thomas F. Bud through NYUe-Poly. NYU-Poly is an integral george Bugliarello’s vision was the creative Home Secretary part of NYU Abu Dhabi, NYU Shanghai and force behind the development of metroTech, Academy of eng the center for Urban Science and Progress the 16-acre urban university-industry park in Professor of the University of ca (cUSP) in downtown Brooklyn. for more infor- downtown Brooklyn. The creation of metro- Senior Scientist, mation, visit www.poly.edu. Tech heralded the gentrification of the area National Labora and created over 20,000 jobs. The center attracted employers in major industries such Virginia Buglia nyu-pOly departMent OF as banking, utilities, securities, the New York Lawrence Chia ciVil and urBan enGineerinG city fire Department, and large hotel chains Interim Head, N The ABeT-accredited Department of civil and such as the marriott and Sheraton. Its suc- Department of c Urban engineering at NYU-Poly offers BS, cess has proven to be a primary case study Urban engineer mS, and PhD degrees in civil engineering. in university, corporate, government, and Robert D. Dalz with a distinguished history of research in ur- private developer cooperation. Vice President (r ban infrastructure engineering and planning AT&T global Ne as well as environmental sustainability, the department is dedicated to advancing the cusp Lance A. Davis body of knowledge and professional practice In April 2012, New York city announced the executive office National Academ of civil and urban engineering to meet the im- launch of the center for Urban Science and of engineering minent and ever-changing challenges of the Progress (cUSP), an applied science research future. offering students the benefits of the institute created by NYU and Polytechnic Kristen Day most highly regarded faculty, the department Institute of NYU, with a consortium of world- Head, NYU-Poly Technology, cult continues to utilize the real-world urban labo- class universities and the foremost interna- ratory of New York city and produce leaders tional tech companies to address the needs prepared to meet the needs of an increasing- of cities. generating an entirely new sector ly complex world with breakthrough advanc- in New York city’s economy and placing it es in the field. This symposium is NYU-Poly’s at the center of a global stage in this field, Department of civil and Urban engineering’s cUSP will be located in metroTech in a city- tribute to george Bugliarello. owned building steps from NYU-Poly. 18

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APPENDIX 159 SYmPoSIUm cOMMittee SYmPoSIUm chair Rose J. Emma Katepalli R. Sreenivasan Jerry M. Hultin former Assistant to Provost, NYU-Poly; Senior n President, NYU-Poly george Bugliarello Vice Provost for Science and us Technology, NYU John C. Falcocchio HoNorArY chair Director Richard S. Thorsen Paul Soros NYU-Poly Urban Intelligent Vice President emeritus and us Transportation Systems center Senior Advisor to the President and Provost, NYU-Poly - SYmPoSIUm cO-chair Ivan T. Frisch g, Mohammad Karamouz former executive Vice President Charles M. Vest Director, environmental and Provost President, National Academy of engineering and Science NYU-Poly engineering; President emeritus, y, Programs, NYU-Poly massachusetts Institute of Kathleen Hamilton Technology Director, NYU-Poly marketing & STeerINg cOMMittee communications William. A. Wulf President emeritus, National Thomas F. Budinger Andrew W. Herrmann Academy of engineering; Home Secretary, National President, American Society of University Professor and AT&T , Academy of engineering; civil engineers Professor of engineering and n Professor of the graduate School, Applied Sciences, University of University of california, Berkeley; Paul M. Horn Virginia Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley Distinguished Scientist in National Laboratory residence & Senior Vice Provost Rae Zimmerman for research, NYU Professor of Planning and Public h Virginia Bugliarello Administration, robert f. wagner k Ilan Juran graduate School of Public Lawrence Chiarelli executive Director, NYU-Poly Science; Director, Institute for civil ns Interim Head, NYU-Poly Urban Infrastructure Institute and Infrastructure Systems (IcIS), NYU Department of civil and Urban Utility center Urban engineering Steven E. Koonin Robert D. Dalziel Director, center for Urban Science Vice President (ret), and Progress AT&T global Networks Thomas D. O’Rourke Lance A. Davis Thomas r. Briggs Professor of e executive officer, engineering, cornell University National Academy of engineering Theodore S. Rappaport ch David Lee/ernst weber Professor Kristen Day of electrical engineering, NYU- d- Head, NYU-Poly Department of Poly; Professor of computer Technology, culture and Society Science, NYU courant; Professor of radiology, NYU School of medicine 19

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160 LIVABLE CITIES OF THE FUTURE NYU-Poly’s civil and Urban engineering Department partnered with the center for Urban Science and Progress (cUSP), the National Academy of engineering, and the American Society of civil engineers to organize and sponsor “Livable cities of the future.” we wish to thank the sponsors* for making the inaugural george Bugliarello Symposium possible: mr. walter Bell, ’55 center for Urban Science and Progress, sponsor of the october 25 Icebreaker mr. robert Dalziel, ’56 Hardesty and Hanover Dr. Tin-Kan Hung mr. craig matthews, ’71, ’09 Hon University Transportation research center *As of october 15, 2012 20