Second Autonomous Vehicles and the City

Monday, October 15, 2018
San Francisco, CA

How will smart mobility impact our cities? What kind of policy do we need to ensure sustainability and resilience? 

On October 15, 2018 the University of San Francisco will host its' second annual symposium focusing on the many ways that technology and innovation is reshaping how we move through our cities.

LOCATION

McLaren Conference Center
2130 Fulton St, San Francisco, California, 94117

The event brings together national leaders in business, policy and academia, to dialogue how we can innovate cities in the new mobility future focusing on economic growth, energy and the environment, land use and design, social justice, and management and participatory governance.

Sign up and join us today!

EXPERT PANEL DISCUSSIONS


  • energy transitions
  • participatory governance
  • finance
  • social justice
  • virtual / augmented reality

REPRESENTATIVE SPEAKERS

  • Giovanni Circella, 3 Revolutions
  • Ellie Casson, Waymo
  • Myra Madriz, Gehl Architects
  • Matt Mahan, Brigade
  • Ralph McLaughlin, VeritasUrbis
  • Becky Steckler, Urbanism Next
  • Jill North, City of San Jose
  • Ryan Popple, Proterra
  • Debs Schrimmer, Lyft
  • Tony Seba, Stanford Univ.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

  • William Riggs (Chair), School of Management, University of San Francisco
  • Giovanni Circella, 3 Revolutions
  • Michael Boswell, Cal Poly SLO
  • Asha Weinstein Agrawal, San Jose State
  • Andrea Broaddus, Bosch
  • Nico Larco, University of Oregon
  • Hilary Nixon, San Jose State University
  • Joshua Karlin-Resnick, Nelson Nygaard
  • Melissa Ruhl, Arup
  • Gerry Tierney, Perkins+Will 

AGENDA

SPONSORSHIP

Sponsorships support the event along with the University of San Francisco mission to promote academically rigorous, socially responsible learning with a global perspective that educates leaders who fashion a more humane and just world.

The sponsorships – which are flexible and can be structured to meet the needs of your company’s giving guidelines – are available at the $5000, $3500, $2500, $1500 or $500 levels, and includes opportunities to host lunch / receptions and videography.

Please email for more information william.riggs@usfca.edu.