Weeknotes 149; mobility futures

Hi all, a bit shorter week, let’s quickly look at what has happened last week and will happen this week. You can feel that the holiday season is near leading to some final sprints.

First of all: congrats to Jip! He has successfully graduated last Friday with his project on mobihubs, and in a broader sense, new mobility systems in neighborhoods. A successful project for the company Advier and he will stay working. Well deserved. Peicheng had also his greenlight for graduating in a Month. No holidays there yet.

This week is dedicated (mainly) to MAB20, the Media Architecture Biennale that was planned to take place last year (20…). We had summited a workshop proposal back in 2019 on the Subversive Citizen Manual and tomorrow (today if you read this) it will take place. I hope to give you more insights on the results next week, or -if you have been registered- check MAB Live on Wednesday 15:00 CET. And on Friday we will have the MAB Cities of Things Symposium (11:30-13:00 CET).

I hope I can find some time to join some of the other sessions in the program, it looks really nice!For the news, I have the feeling that the holiday season is also kicking in, or it is just too little time to check of course.

Find the news articles of this week in the newsletter.

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Iskander Smit is an innovation director at tech and innovation agency INFO, visiting researcher and lab director at the Delft University of Technology coordinating Cities of Things Delft Design Lab, and chairman and organizer of ThingsCon Netherlands.