The 3rd International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions 2019 is a high-level international communication platform for academics, researchers, professionals, and decision-makers gathering 200 participants from more than 20 countries.
Wednesday 11th December, 14:00-14:50 UK time (15:00-15:50 CET), including Q&A session
The air pollution and traffic congestion generated by cars and other motorised vehicles is a major concern for our cities and the citizens who live in them. But how do we address some of these concerns, and what can we do to re-create our cities so they are geared more around people and less towards cars?
Wednesday 11th December, 15:00-15:50 UK time (16:00-16:50 CET), including Q&A session
School Streets and street openings are an effective way to create child friendly cities and neighborhoods. However, it is not always easy to consult the different stakeholders involved, and plan for these interventions so that they have wider impact.
The Connected Smart Cities Conference 2020 (CSCC) is the annual community event organised by Open & Agile Smart Cities. CSCC brings together city representatives, companies, research, and policy-makers to discuss the state of smart cities & communities and how to make smart cities open, interoperable and more sustainable.
The City of Joensuu hosts 8th international Winter Cycling Congress in Joensuu, Finland 5 – 7 of February 2020. The WCC gathers advocates and specialists of cycling together for an international event to develop winter cycling conditions reinforce the role of winter cycling as an everyday form of physical activity and to share the best practices around the world. The programme has often comprised lectures, workshops and cycling trips around the city, among other things. The event is organised by the international Winter Cycling Federation.
The World Urban Forum (WUF), which is convened by UN-Habitat, is the world’s most important conference on cities. As a non-legislative forum open to all, it provides the opportunity for thousands of participants involved in all aspects of urbanization to share practices and knowledge on how cities are built, planned and managed.
The 4th International Conference on Climate Change 2020 – (ICCC 2020) to be held from 27th – 28th February 2020 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia organized by The International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM). ICCC 2020 is a platform for eminent researchers, scientists, industry experts and all interested scholars to discuss and share current policies, implementations, data streams about climate change. The conference will feature speakers representing both academia and industry who are experts in Climatology.
The increasing deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies is opening up new avenues of research opportunities towards that future. Although, there have been a number of deployments of diverse IoT systems in the urban space, our understanding of these systems and their implications has just scratched the surface.
Urb-IoT is the 4th EAI International Conference on IoT in Urban Space, which will discuss these new avenues for research and broaden our understanding of IoT technologies.
GrowSmarter: transforming cities for a smart, sustainable Europe
In a rapidly urbanising world cities need to become smarter to respond to citizen needs and to reduce their environmental footprint. GrowSmarter brings together cities and industry to integrate and demonstrate ‘12 smart city solutions’ in energy, infrastructure and transport, to provide other cities with valuable insights on how they work in practice and opportunities for replication.
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is an integrated part of SUMPs and plays a crucial role to prove the success of urban mobility measures. This webinar gives an easy entrance into M&E and provides you with recommendations to design a M&E approach that is feasible for urban planners. The subject is based on experiences made in the EU-funded project METAMORPHOSIS.
This webinar gives answers to the following questions:
1. What is M&E, when and why do we need it?
2. What is Impact Evaluation as opposed to Process Evaluation?