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Presentation by Carnegie Mellon University at the New Cities Foundation Members' Event in New York, October 26, 2012.

Presentation by Carnegie Mellon University at the New Cities Foundation Members' Event in New York, October 26, 2012.

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  • 1. Carnegie MellonUniversity & CitiesDonald K. Carter, FAIA FAICP LEED ND Director, Remaking Cities Institute School of Architecture 26 October 2012
  • 2. CMU Pittsburgh• founded by Andrew Carnegie: 1900• 6,000 undergraduate students• 5,500 graduate students• 1,400 faculty• 5.5 million sq.ft. of buildings
  • 3. CMU Worldwide• Doha, Qatar• Guangzhou, China• Chennai, India• Kigali, Rwanda• Adelaide, Australia• Mountain View, California• 13 others: Japan, Mexico, Italy, et al
  • 4. Carnegie Mellon University & Cities• sustainable urbanism• smart infrastructure• human centered design• research, development, deployment• government & industry partnerships
  • 5. Academic Centers with Urban Focus• School of Architecture• Carnegie Institute of Technology• Heinz College• School of Computer Science
  • 6. School of Architecture Urban Focus•Remaking Cities Institute• Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics• Energy Efficient Buildings Hub
  • 7. Carnegie Institute of Technology Urban Focus• Smart Grid Research Center• Pennsylvania Smarter Infrastructure Incubator• Center for Sensed Critical Infrastructure Research
  • 8. Heinz College Urban Focus• Traffic 21 & T-SET University Transportation Center• Living Analytics Research Center• iLab Interdisciplinary Center
  • 9. School of Computer Science Urban Focus• Quality of Life Technology Center• Human Computer Interaction Institute• Robotics Institute
  • 10. Carnegie Mellon University & Cities• sustainable urbanism• smart infrastructure• human centered design• research, development, deployment• government & industry partnerships
  • 11. Two Suggestions• online digital library of best practices in urbanism• pro bono urban planning advisory service panels