As an university team
Each team consists of three students and a professor. A professor/researcher should send the names of each student member, and an extended abstract of a presentation that covers a “smart city” technology or application. The presentation will be shown in the workshop (format: length 1000 word, and a page of illustrations), see website for details.
As an individual researcher
Send an extended abstract, indicating individual participation (professor/researcher). The abstracts will be evaluated by a Scientific Committee on the basis of adherence to the the following “ open” list of topics:
- Technological Ecosystems supporting learning within and from the “smart cities” (toward web-mobile-internet of thing’ integrated environments).
- Future ‘smart cities’ learning scenarios (contexts and methods)
- Ecological monitoring and visualization of flows, behaviours, experience’s styles and smart cities’ learning
- The impact of contextualization, glocalities, identities
- Educational Ecosystems: from ”intelligence’ to autopoietic education (edupoiesis).
After registration is done an information kit regarding the town problematics will be provided to the participants.
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