Smart Cities of the Future featuring Professor Eric Gressier-Soudan
Smart Cities of the Future will address the impact of mobile networks, the Internet of Things, and wireless sensor networks on the future of urban space. Gressier-Soudan is a professor at the  Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM) in Paris, France. His teaching is focused on computer networks, distributed systems, ubiquitous computing, and multiplayer pervasive games. As a researcher with SEMpIA (Embedded and Mobile Systems for Ambient Intelligence), Gressier-Soudan designs cross-disciplinary projects in the fields of ambient intelligence and pervasive edutainment. He is currently an International Visiting Fellow at Stanford Research Institute International and San Jose State University.

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DATE: Monday June 17, 2013
TIME: 7:00pm-8:00pm
439 South 1st Street 
San Jose, CA 95113

Smart Cities of the Future is part of ZERO1 summer program BRING IT! Each week this summer, we’re handing  over the ZERO1 Garage to innovative artists and community members who are pushing the boundaries of digital culture, using art to address real-world social challenges, and contributing to the community of creativity and innovation that Silicon Valley is known for.