SALA Lecture: Eric Miller—March 18, 2013

Lecture by UBC Margolese National Design for Living Prize winner Eric Miller, University of Toronto.

For over 30 years, Eric Miller’s research into the interactions between humans, urban land use, transportation, and the environment has been on the cutting edge. His work in the modelling of vehicle emissions, pollutant dispersion, and their exposure to human populations has helped to develop a more comprehensive understanding of these fundamental urban planning issues.

Currently, his Integrated Land Use, Transportation, and Environment model (ILUTE), considered a world-leading contribution to the science of urban simulation, continues to contribute to the increased sustainability of living environments both internationally and here in Canada.

March 18, 2013 – 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Robson Square, 800 Robson Street
FREE

RSVP by email to sarah.barclay@ubc.ca encouraged but not required.

Lecture free and open to the public. The SALA lecture program qualifies for British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects Continuing Education Credits. Members of the Architectural Institute of British Columbia and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada may self-report this activity for Learning Unit consideration.