A seminar on the topic: “TASHKENT- SUSTAINABLE CITY” (Tashkent is a sustainable city) was held at the Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent with the assistance of the Italian Embassy in Uzbekistan.
The purpose of the seminar is to provide an opportunity to learn about the Italian experience in the field of designing and finding solutions for mobility, following the scenario of a sustainable city, in the context of the current process of dynamic urbanization.
Transport and pedestrian logistics in the modern city were also discussed. The speakers shared their knowledge and discussed issues related to architectural and engineering solutions, urban logistics and innovative technologies needed to successfully solve complex problems.
The welcoming speech was made by the Ambassador of Italy in Uzbekistan, E.P. Agostina Pinna, Rector of the Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent DSc. J.Sh. Inoyatkhojaev, Special Ambassador, Rome 2030 Bid Committee prof. Romeo Orlandi.
The seminar also featured speakers from ministries, business and academic circles from both sides, which are directly related to issues of architecture and urban planning.
DSc Ercan Kahya, Rector of the Tashkent Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering; Professor Carlo Ratti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Online), Professor David Chiaramonti, Vice-Rector of the Turin Polytechnic University in Italy for International Relations also made speeches. The moderators of this seminar were professors of the Turin Polytechnic University in Italy – Anita Tobacco, David Chiaramonti, Fulvio Rinaudi.