Dr Sunil Dubey
AIUS Urban Innovation and Smart Cities leader
Dr Sunil Dubey is a thought leader in urban innovation, govt assets & cities networks. He has worked internationally in city making, economic activation and infrastructure development. He currently works in the NSW Govt on strategy, planning and urban innovation programs. Sunil was Senior Advisor for global cities network, Metropolis (Barcelona) during 2008 -18, board member of Citiscope Publication (Reuters Foundation), advisor for UN Compact Cities Program (RMIT), member of World Economic Forum’s urban and infrastructure panel & founding board member of Geneva Foundation GPP. He is current associate at Institute of Culture and Society (Western Sydney University) and academic board member at various higher education institutes. Sunil has been an adjunct academic at the University of Sydney since 2008.
Through Metropolis, Sunil has done extensive local govt representation, inter-governmental negotiations and finalisation of New Urban Agenda and work towards UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs. His industry / govt led research specialisation includes city leadership, urban intelligent networks and economic activation precincts. (bio source: https://www.sydney.edu.au/architecture/about/our-people/academic-staff/sunil-dubey.html)
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