Governance of Smart Cities for Sustainable Development

How can cities impact sustainable economic development through governance? 
This webinar aims to bring an integrated systemic view of city’s governance and its impacts on sustainable development.

 Topics that will be addressed during the webinar

  • Understanding governance
  • The city, a complex system: the social and moral framework
  • Urban planning, data and cities' governance 
  • A smart city from the Real estate perspective
  • Case study: The future of Smart building

Paulo Moura, Head of Innovation & Strategic Partnerships at the Université Côte d'Azur Institut Méditerranéen du Risque de l’Environnement et du Développement Durable (IMREDD).

IMREDD's mission is to ensure the effective connection and interaction between basic research and innovation around high-level technological platforms in public-private partnerships. The purpose of the Reference Centers is to promote partnership research actions, to create initial and ongoing training and to promote expertise and innovation for economic development.
IMREDD is the operator of the deployment of the Reference Centers of the Côte d'Azur University. The Reference Centers are built to respond to three societal issues related to the territory and its communities:
- The smart city, prevention and risk management
- Health, well-being, and aging
- The Digital Challenge

Monday, 22 June 2020
14.00 - 16.00 h

via webex


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