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SSPCR 2019 Special sessions

By SSPCR / Updated: 31 Jul 2019

The 3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “SMART AND SUSTAINABLE PLANNING FOR CITIES AND REGIONS – SSPCR 2019 announces its special sessions:

Track 1 – Shaping the climate and energy transition: clean energy and robust systems for all

  • Tackling energy poverty
  • Smart buildings, smart communities & Smart grids
  • Streaming climate mitigation and air quality policies at the urban scale
  • Low-carbon and adaptive cities
  • Solutions for decarbonising housing in specific target groups of residents and buildings

Track 2 – Urban (big) data: challenges for information retrieval and knowledge discovery

  • Spatially explicit techniques and analysis applied to digital data acquisition for urban and peri-urban monitoring

Track 3 – New value propositions in times of urban innovation ecosystems and sharing economies

  • Energy economics for smart and sustainable cities and regions
  • A multiscale approach to the circular economy: the economics of reuse from buildings to the urban environment

Track 4 – Dissolving borders: towards integrated territorial approaches, from smart cities to smart regions

  • Rural-Urban Relationships for better territorial development

Track 5 – Thriving governance and citizenship in a smart world: environments and approaches fostering engagement and collaborative action

  • Behavioural insights for sustainable and smart cities and regions

Please visit www.sspcr.eurac.edu/2019/07/25/sspcr-2019-special-sessions/ and click on the sessions' names to see more details.

Region: 
Europe-wide
Country: 
Italy
Topic: 
Autonomous and connected vehicles
Clean and energy-efficient vehicles
Intermodality
Policy and research
Public and stakeholder involvement
Safety and urban mobility
Traffic and demand management
Urban mobility planning
Walking and cycling
Other
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commented 1 week 6 days ago

Is there any chance of having such a conference in Australia one day? I would be very interested to learn more, especially about urban mobility planning (and perhaps more about autonomous vehicles and their capabilities to find parking zones in highly congested cities).