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Hybrid Symposium // Symposium on the Food-Water-Energy Nexus
Increasing water scarcity, growing population, warmer climate - how will these affect the future supply of cities with energy, water and food? How do we set the course today to ensure a secure and sustainable supply in the future? On September 14 and 15, the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences (HFT Stuttgart/Germany) will host the Symposium on the Food-Water-Energy Nexus to mark the conclusion of the IN-SOURCE project. The project team has explored the FWE nexus for case studies in New York, Vienna and the German district of Ludwigsburg and will present their results for discussion at the symposium. Other FWE projects and researchers are welcome to share their findings and experiences. The symposium is planned as a hybrid event. Participation is free of charge.
September 14, 4:00-6:00 PM CET
September 15, 1:30-5:00 PM CET
About the event
A CityGML based shared urban platform development to maximise synergies in the food, water and energy sectors is in the focus of the FWE IN-SOURCE project. Coordinated at the HFT Stuttgart, teams in Vienna, New York City and Stuttgart work jointly on technological and socioeconomic research questions. In this final event, the project team would like to present their results as well as exchange experiences with other FWE Nexus projects.
Tuesday, September 14: CityGML, Common Database Food-Water-Energy ADE & Case Studies
Stuttgart/Vienna 4:00-6:00 PM CET
- Welcome and Introduction
- Rushikesh Padsala: Development and applications of the CityGML FWE ADE
- Reiner Braun (guest): Using 3D CityGML for the Modeling of the Food Waste and Wastewater Generation—A Case Study for the City of Montréal
- Florian Weidinger & Lisa Kaufmann: HANPP footprint of densely populated areas - insights from two case studies in Ludwigsburg and Vienna
- Alfred Helble: The Food-Water-Energy Nexus: Influence and development of the water sector
- Cecilia Dong, Roberto Rojas-Cessa and Ahmed Mohamed: Comparative Analysis of Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emission of Diesel and Electric Trucks for Food Distribution in Gowanus District of New York City
Wednesday, September, 15: IN-SOURCE VisToolBox, Lessons Learned & Next Steps
Stuttgart/Vienna 1:30-5:00 PM CET
- Ernst Gebetsroither-Geringer: VisToolBox Introduction
- Lisa Kaufmann, Barbara Smetschka & Anna Kozlowska: Analysing and presenting footprints of urban land-use and food supply in Vienna - the interactive HANPP Explorer
- Keyu Bao: A comprehensive bottom-up simulation tool for assessing regional food, water and energy demands and potentials
- Ernst Gebetsroither-Geringer: FWE Land Use Simulator
- Michael Bobker: a visual reference guide to urban FEW infrastructure
- Jeffrey Raven: From Climate Research to Climate Action
- Lessons learned and next steps
- Michael Bobker: Gaining Infrastructure Agency Engagement
You can register here for the Symposium.
Participation is free of charge. On-site participation is limited (depending on the pandemic situation). The conference language is English. Participants who join the conference online will receive the access code by e-mail.
More information can be found on the IN-SOURCE: Sustainable Urbanisation Global Initiative website or on the website of the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences.
Ursula Pietzsch: email@example.com or +49 711 8926 2888
- Project // IN-SOURCE: INtegrated analysis and modelling for the management of sustainable urban FWE ReSOURCEs
- Network // City as Lab: A Research Coordination Network for the Study of the Food, Energy, and Water Nexus for Sustainable and Resilient Urban Development
- Special Issue // Rethinking the Urban Nexus
- Training Publication // The Urban Nexus Integrating Resources for Sustainable Cities