23 Jul ‘Engineering the future Olympics’
What do the Olympic Games mean for the urban development of a city? How can the optimum conditions be created for athletes as well as visitors? When building the facilities, how can we take into account their use not only during the Olympics, but also afterwards? Which new technological innovations could be deployed during ‘future Olympics’ and what Dutch knowledge is already in use during Olympic Games?
On Monday 14 September KIVI Sports Engineering and the TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute discussed these and other issues surrounding the facilities for the Olympics, as well as new technical developments in this field.
Read the article TU Delft Delta wrote about the symposium.
Find the presentations by clicking on the titels in the programme.
PROGRAMME / PRESENTATIONS
12:40-13:15 ‘How Olympic host cities deal with development and their legacy’
Yawei Chen, Assistant Professor section Real Estate, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment TU Delft
13:20-14:00 ‘Olympic village development ‘Organise the Olympic Games in a region’
Julius Kirchert, Architect at MVRDV
14:15-14:30 ‘Computational design in relation to sport buildings’
Michela Turrin, Assistant Professor Design Informatics Chair, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment TU Delft
14:45-15:05 ‘Indoor comfort for athletes and participant of sport events‘
Regina Bokel, Professor Architectural Engineering and Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment TU Delft
15:10-15:40 ‘Smart Dutch Solutions for Future Olympics’
Willemieke Hornis, Senior Policy Advisor at Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
15:40-16:00 Discussion and Closure
Anon van Vlaardingen (TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute) and Erik Driessen (KIVI Engineering Society)