This first research roundtable of the NJ Smart Cities Working Group will focus on urban mobility and issues related to traffic, transit and parking.
The NJ Smart Cities Working Group developed out of a one-day conference, Building the Future: New Technological Frontiers in Cities, held at Princeton University in May 2019. The mission of the Working Group is to pursue collaborative research opportunities for Smart Cities among universities, industry, government and associations, with the goal of advancing municipal sustainability, equity, and prosperity in NJ cities and regions.
This December roundtable will bring together researchers from Princeton University, Rutgers University, NJIT, Stevens Institute and Rowan University.
This is an invitation-only event. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Spencer Reynolds in the Princeton Office of Corporate Engagement.