10th International Symposium - The emergence of the Smart City: stakes, challenges, practices and impacts for public governance

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    Nicolas Stamets
    28 February 2019 - updated 2 months ago
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Date & time: 
Tuesday, 5 March, 2019 - 09:00 to Wednesday, 6 March, 2019 - 18:00
Location: 
Maison du Savoir
University of Luxembourg
2 avenue de l'Université
4365 Esch-sur-Alzette
Luxembourg

Welcome to the International Symposium 2019

The 10th International Symposium "The emergence of the Smart City: stakes, challenges, practices and impacts for public governance" will be held in Belval Luxembourg from 5 to 6 March 2019, under the theme "Perspectives on the transformation of management and public organizations".

 

Smart City as main topic of the Symposium 2019

 

The topic of this edition will be The emergence of the Smart City: stakes, challenges, practices and impacts for public governance. The 2019 Symposium and ADIMAP will focus on the emergence of smart cities and the managerial, technological, organizational, socio-economic and geographical changes brought about by the complexity of the stakes and the challenges to be addressed concerning urban development in the future.

The tenth version of this event will be dedicated to the research and discussion of study results related to this topic. Please find here the Topic & Focuses of this 10th edition of the International Symposium.

 

Provisional Programme

The provisional programme of the International Symposium 2019 is now available and will be updated regularly.

We invite you to take a look to the schedule.

 

Registration

Are you interested in participating in the conference? Get all info about the registration process and pricing.

 

At the heart of Innovation in Luxembourg

The work of the symposium will take place in Luxembourg at the Belval Innovation Campus, a symbolic site due to the changes it brought about in Luxembourg and the border region, which enabled the emergence of this research centre from a former industrial wasteland.

Two Luxembourgish scientific institutions will join forces for the event: the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) and the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST).