The Columbus Science Pub is an event that aims to present scientific issues in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. No science background? No problem!! Everyone and every question is welcome.
The presentation starts promptly at 7:30pm. If you’d like to order food before the event, please arrive early. A full bar and menu is available. Suggested $3 donation. Use the code "getnerdy" if you want to bypass the donation.
**Due to the popularity of this event, reservations are strongly recommended to guarantee seating.**
Modern humans enjoy mobility levels that are unprecedented in history. In 1919 it would take a trip of 5 to 10 days to make the journey from London to New York city, a trip that today takes only 7 hours. While rapid transportation this has benefits, it also has enormous social, health and environmental costs. Harvey Miller discusses how resolving these costs is crucial if civilization is to survive the 21st century — a world that will see 10 billion people, most of whom will crowd into cities.
Harvey J. Miller is the Reusche Chair in Geographic Information Science, Director of the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis (CURA) and Professor of Geography at The Ohio State University. He answers questions of mobility, livability and sustainability by using GIS and other spatial analysis techniques. Mixing information science with geographic techniques Harvey explores social dimensions of transportation and the implications of accessibility for livable communities.
Suggested $3 donation. Use the code "getnerdy" if you want to zero out the donation.
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