The “International Smart Cities School: imagination, planning, governance and tools”, is one of the initiatives of the Tomorrow’s Cities Lab. This year, in a winter edition because of the Covid-19 emergency, it foresees a ten days program organized in collaboration with the “Smart Cityness Festival”.
The School aims to promote the city development in the smart, sustainable and resilient way through the more suited technologies according to a strategic and systemic vision. Moreover, the School aims to create an eco-system of academies, institutions and enterprises to create networking opportunities to promote virtuous exchanges and knowledge transfer.
The School target are public officers, graduates and professionals and is based on a design thinking approach integrated with lectures and practical case illustrations. The School aims to distinguish itself thanks to an interdisciplinary and multistakeholders approach to the subject, providing the participants with the tools and capabilities they need to operate in the tomorrow’s cities.
Each year the School faces the smart city concept from a different point of view. The focus of the 2020 will be on “Energies of, and for, the city”.
The teaching plan includes:
Webinar will focused on the Metropolitan City of Cagliari, case studies of European cities, theoretical insights and practical approaches on the year’s topic, enterprise’ products and solutions.
Co-working laboratories are conceived as moments of interdisciplinary design and planning between participants and experts. The teams, each composed by 5 participants, will work on the year’s topic applying it on the design of an area (i.e. neighborhood) of the city of Cagliari.
Open Key note
Final Conference with three Key note and a round table
Participation in the School is free and offers two alternatives:
30 selected participants.
The selection is based on qualifications through the evaluation of the Curriculum Vitae by the Scientific Committee.
This option is recognized by:
Ordine degli Architetti, pianificatori, paesaggisti, conservatori di Cagliari with 8 CFP (Crediti Formativi Professionali). How to get credits.
Facoltà di Architettura with 3 CFU (Crediti Formativi Universitari). How to get credits.
Degree courses, following the presentation of the certificate of participation, with a variable number of credits depending on the degree course.
*The e-book is a benefit reserved for those who participate in all webinars.
This option is recognized by:
In addition to the aforementioned methods, it will be possible to follow the webinars in live streaming on Facebook.
Gareri Raffaele – Direttore del Dipartimento Trasformazione Digitale di Roma Capitale
Ghiani Emilio – Università di Cagliari
Stefano Epifani – Digital Transformation Institute
Emilio Ghiani – Università di Cagliari
Massimiliano Mandarini – Polytechnic of Milan
Luigi Mundula – Università di Cagliari
Roberto Lippi – UN Habitat – Smart cities & Smart territories: an effective way to approach the new global challenges.
Fabrizio Pilo – University of Cagliari – The role of data-driven sector-coupling for the development of smart, sustainable cities.
Massimiliano Mandarini – Politecnico di Milano – Design for Resilient, Sustainable and Circular Community Building.
Moderator: Luigi Mundula – University of Cagliari
Carlo Alberto Nucci – representative for Italy in Sottogruppo “Climate-neutral and Smart cities” del Mission Board di Horizon Europe
Anita Pili – Councilor Industry Regione Sardegna
Stefano Mameli – Direttore generale Città metropolitana di Cagliari
Maurizio Delfanti – Ceo RSE