June 8th, 2021
The Future Mobility Summit, the leading mobility congress from the capital, is organized by the Tagesspiegel and brings together national and international mobility decision-makers from politics, business, science, associations, NGOs and trade unions.
It is already taking place for the 11th time in a row. This year, the digital summit conference will be held with TU Berlin as a summit partner. In addition to panels, fireside chats and master classes with top-class speakers and the first Mobility Innovators Pitch, you can also expect a knowledge platform on mobility and a dedicated podcast series.
On June 8, Sebastian Pfotenhauer, Carl von Linde Associate Professor for Innovation Research and Co-Director of the Munich Center for Technology in Society (MCTS) at TUM, will participate in a panel discussion at the Future Mobility Summit 2021. Here, Sebastian Pfotenhauer will represent the Munich Cluster for the Future of Mobility in Metropolitan Regions (MCube) in the panel on Urban Mobility. In addition to other exciting panels, workshops and key notes on the topic of Future Mobility, MCube is organizing an ideas workshop in cooperation with UnternehmerTUM.