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[Singapore] RCN-SEES-SHBE Workshop Series

Supported by the Hong Kong Green Building Council, the RCN-SEES-SHBE: Predictive Modeling Network for Sustainable Human - Building Ecosystems International Workshop Series would be held in Singapore from 28 to 29 January 2019.

The NSF-funded Research Coordination Network (RCN) in Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability (SEES) is going to organise its second international workshop on Putting Sustainability into Convergence: Connecting Data, People, and Systems with a special focus on social science, engineering and computer science integration. Long-term sustainability requires technology advancements, resilient infrastructure, adequate policy, and behavioural change. The main objective of a sustainable and resilient infrastructure is where a multitude of resources can be dynamically shared and individual behaviour be incentivised to better meet community needs. While focusing on underserved groups, the intention is to improve overall quality of life and well-being by providing adequate access to infrastructure and services. Inspired by the NSF vision, this international workshop proposes convergence research that is built upon trans-, inter-, and multi-disciplinary concepts including two main characteristics: Challenges and opportunities from deep scientific questions and critical societal needs, and intensive integration across disciplines.

Event Details


28 to 29 January 2019


Kent Ridge Guild House, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

Registration Fee:    US$95 (Early Registration Fee - until 1 November 2018)
  US$125 (Regular Fee)

For details, please refer to the flyer below or visit the event page.
You may also register HERE.