30 mag / Fondazione Rosselli

Smart planning,
un modo intelligente di concepire la città

La Fondazione Rosselli insieme a Smart Planning Open Network e a Smart Cities Technology & Finance (Politecnico di Torino) organizza un laboratorio collaborativo di idee sulla città del futuro.

09.00-18.00

Fondazione Rosselli – corso Giulio Cesare, 4 bis/b

a cura di: CloudLab


09:00

Welcome to participants (invited only)


09:15
Francesca Traclò (Director Fondazione Rosselli)

Introduction


09:30
Walter Barberis (Founder SMART Planning Open Network)

Presentation of SMART Planning Open Network – uncertainty about the concept of smart city


09:45
Vinod Kumar – India (Dean of Studies at School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi)

Smart city concept and public services development in India (live chat)


10.00

Workshop – first part


11.00

Coffee break


11:30
Giulio Lascialfari (Urban planner)

The space-time dimension in urban contexts


11:45
Samia Henni – Switzerland (Research Assistant at Berlage Institute Rotterdam)

The challenge of Smart Cities – potential in developing countries


12.00

Workshop – second part


13.00

Lunch break


14.00
Smart City: an on going experience (live chat)
Michael Hart – South Africa (Architect & urban designer)
Caron Von Zeil – South Africa (Founder of Reclaim Camissa)
Adriana Vega – Colombia (Expert in sustainable regional planning)
Miguel Calero – Spagna (Co-founder PLANEM Ingeniería, Arquitectura y Urbanismo)


15:00

Workshop – third part


17:00

Conclusions

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