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DIEAG, WISTA and HTW Berlin invite you to the urban development symposium in the rooms of the urban development LAB at BE-U | Behrens-Ufers

"Mobility Matters - Berlin-Southeast Growth Region: Sustainable urban development needs good infrastructure".

The Berlin Senator for Mobility, Transport, Climate Protection and the Environment, Manja Schreiner (CDU) and the district mayor of Treptow-Köpenick, Oliver Igel (SPD), will discuss the question of how, using the example of Berlin's southeast, with representatives of the regional economy, science and urban society transport accessibility, quality of stay and relaxation in the growing and increasingly dense city can be reliably expanded and made future-proof.

Discussion participants:

• Prof. Dr. Florian Koch, Professor of Real Estate Economics, Urban Development and Smart Cities at the Berlin University of Applied Sciences (HTW).
•Dr. Christian Matschke, board member at Berlin-Chemie AG
• Dirk Zingler, President of 1. FC Union Berlin
• Roland Sillmann, Managing Director of WISTA Management GmbH (Adlershof Technology Park)
• Robert Sprajcar, CEO of the DIEAG Group (BE-U | Behrens-Ufer)

Two short keynote speeches at the beginning of the event, held by Roland Sillmann, Managing Director of WISTA Management GmbH and Daniel Krajzewicz from the Institute for Transport Research at the German Aerospace Center, provide current insights into the growth dynamics of the Berlin-Southeast region and the associated traffic issues and urban development-related challenges.

The event will be moderated by Dr. Johanna Sonnenburg, Center for Metropolitan Studies at TU Berlin and head of the urban development LAB at BE-U | Behrens Bank

Date: February 20, 2024

Location: Studio in the Peter Behrens Building, BE-U | Behrens-Ufer, Ostendstraße 1 / corner of Wilhelminenhofstraße, 12459 Berlin-Oberschöneweide

Time: 7:00 p.m. to around 9:00 p.m
Admission: from 6:30 p.m

Participation is free of charge.
Registrations requested by February 16, 2024
Limited number of participants – entry only after registration

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