CUTransitions Talks: Introduction to Ekistics - the science of human settlements research
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|Date:||Monday 22 July 2019|
|Venue:||Centre for Urban Transitions EW building Swinburne University of Technology John Street, Hawthorn|
Ekistics was started in the 1950 and involved both a world society and a journal. It is the Greek term to describe the science of human settlements.
Associate Professor Kurt Seemann is the Stream leader for Sustainable Cities in the SCRI. Former Founding Centre Director of the Centre for Design Innovation. Interests in complex socio-technical systems, smart citizens education, and remote human settlements.
About CUTransition Talks
CUTransitions Talks are lunchtime learning sessions of 30 minutes followed by 30 minutes discussion. Registrations essential via email@example.com.
Contact Information: Sharon Parkinson