WG2 soa&plan 201401
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

WG2 soa&plan 201401

on

  • 236 views

WG2 - Helsinki, 2014-01-09 presentation

WG2 - Helsinki, 2014-01-09 presentation

Statistics

Views

Total Views
236
Views on SlideShare
236
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • Please, insert comments/notes <br />

WG2 soa&plan 201401 WG2 soa&plan 201401 Presentation Transcript

  • Action COST “People friendly cities in a data rich world” WG 2 “Knowledge platform” Workplan 2013-2014 Francesco Rizzi f.rizzi@sssup.it Helsinki, 2014-01-09
  • Ist year workplan Scopus o ith w er th “What do we know already about smart and liveable cities?” The objective is to manage knowledge to: 1)identify and recognise the forms and functions of “smart and liveable cities”; 2)support an evolving framework for collaborative urbanism in partnership with citizens. To compile state-of-the-art information, knowledge and data (1 st year  bottom-up) Target Main open question: how the “software” and “hardware” of cities can address societal, economic and political challenges. Priorities: The platform will identify the sources, type and volume of digital data available and even more importantly the gaps in data needed to understand the needs, preferences and behaviour of citizens. Covered topics Governance, User Needs and Attitudes, Urban Design, Public Health, Entrepreneurship, Digital Data Sources/Technology, etc. Being comprehensive is not possible  just start from what we need! How pag. 2 Co te n ed at in . rd B) oo C S c . be e.g st s ( u d m ee 2 n G s’ fW G so W nt State of the art reviews & publishing opportunities Repositories & website Social networks Meetings Lectures
  • WG2: the audience WG2: points of convergence & challenges pag. 3
  • ta an F pag. 4 ic! st
  • WG2 - 1st year workplan Project Purpose (why) Facilitate: Objectives (what) Open source platforms knowledge sharing co- development of projects Create a virtual (web)/ physical community for knowledge exchange Project Lead (who) Brainstorming (how) WG2 leaders: adopt open source platforms create sub- groups of discussion co- authorship of papers/ books Expert selection WG2 meeting in Pisa WG2 meeting in Madrid Sub- group leaders: facilitate specific discussions WG2 meetings in Pisa/ Madrid + free to decide Web- site manager: host the web site coordinates a STSM Evaluation of candidates STSM/ Coordination with WG leaders Call for documents WG2 leaders Discussion with other WG leaders (all) Submission procedure WG2 leaders Discussion with other WG leaders (all) Classification criteria WG2 leaders Discussion with other WG leaders WG2 meetings in Pisa/ Madrid Elaboration of accessible text WG2 leaders + STSM Identification of process holders (PH) Ad- hoc web site Generate a platform for accessible research material and information using a common language/ understanding Provide: an open repository elaborate accessible infos Meeting in Madrid in 201312 (tools Next Actions (high priority) Next Actions (low priority) and referents) Progress/ ECT The final web-site will be hosted + TCD SlidesharebyDiigo + October 2013 December 2013 WG2 leaders brainstorming Sharing with other WG leaders (all) Reporting Contacts with other WG leaders (all) Expression of commitment/ interest Sharing of detailed programme March 2014 December 2013 GoogleDrive (+ JuneTo be discussed 2014 Expression of commitment/ interest CV/ detailed programme SurveyMonkey) PhD day + training + call for November 2013 Upload of sample docs/ links First draft of the call book chaptersof (and papers)draft of the procedure November 2013 First draft the guideline First Join the LinkedIn group! Conduct a comprehensive insight/ overview of the people friendly city approaches across Europe. Provide papers that could serve as catalyst for cross- disciplinary fertilization Facilitate inflow and outfl ow of Identify active hot spots for measurable research pag. 5 information First draft of the criteria STSM April 2014 Expression of commitment/ interest CV/ detailed programme WG2 leaders Evaluation of candidates December 2013 Expression of commitment/ interest Periodic contacts (WG2 leaders- PH) Discussions on linkedin Sub- group leaders (see above) WG2 meetings in Pisa/ Madrid + free to decide December 2013 Facilitation Discussion with other WG leaders (1,4) Drafting of final reports Moderate an open forum and report on its activities Creation of the first set of folders Sectoral experts (process holder) Reporting on open discussions April 2014 Monitoring of the discussions Contacts with other WG leaders (all) Identification of task leaders WG2 leaders Evaluation of candidates December 2013 Expression of commitment/ interest CV/ draft proposal 3 reviews on collaborative urbanism Task leaders + (1- 3) STSM WG2 meetings in Pisa/ Madrid + Free to decide April 2014 Sharing of the outline Contacts with other WG leaders (3, 5) Identification of task leaders WG2 leaders Evaluation of candidates December 2013 Expression of commitment/ interest CV/ draft proposal Open source platforms (e.g. linkedin) Task leaders + WG2 leaders WG2 meeting in Pisa/ Madrid + free to decide February 2014 Sharing with other WG leaders Contacts with other WG leaders (all) Discussion with other WG leaders (1) Connect existing multipliers Explore what is meant by the terms/ concepts and identify parameters and metrics for mapping, measuring and monitoring February 2014 Task leaders + WG2 leaders WG2 meeting in Pisa/ Madrid + free to decide February 2014 Direct contact Contacts with other WG leaders (all) Discussion with other WG leaders (1) Notes
  • Final website: first set of “special tools” to tailor the website on the “people friendly cities” stakeholders (under development): • Innovative indexing system (window to info out in the world, including our own SOAs, on “Smart / Liveable Cities”) (referent: Arturas Kaklauska) • Repository of documents/videos from meetings of TU1204, STSMs, SOARs, etc. based on Slideshare and Youtube (referent: Lorena Pocatilu) • Repository of Case Studies (including the digest of external sources)/“How To” Guides on Living Labs and Collaborative Urbanism based on a standard format (referent: Francesco Rizzi) • Networking of participants (LinkedIn group), including a room for posting ideas for research projects (referent: Carmen Lastres) • Evolving bibliography for Smart/Liveable Cities (based on Endnote?) (referent: Mary-Lee Rhodes) • Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) (referent: Mary-Lee Rhodes) • Mapping tools (e.g. OpenStreetMap) (referent: Giulia Melis) pag. 6
  • Some useful links ate ! cre ips t to ersh se i rtn U pa 20 H20 pag. 7
  • First set of state-of-the-art reviews (SOAs) that would serve as catalysts for further developments (to be integrated through LinkedIn to design a first book that will be followed by the one based on the PhD day): • Reference Cities – evaluate their status as a ‘people-friendly city’ and inventory / classify their (data-rich?) projects heading in this direction (referent: Mary-Lee Rhodes) • Participative processes for urban sustainability projects and new business models on people friendly cities (referent: Francesco Rizzi) • Use of sensors for improving urban livability (referent: Arturas Kaklauska) • OGD (Open Government Data) implementations (referent: Lorena Pocatilu) • Use of Volunteered geographic information (VGI) to inform planning/policy processes and privacy issues in a “Data-rich” world (Referent: Guilia Melis) pag. 8
  • pag. 9
  • Next steps SOARs book: •In Madrid the book feasibility has been proved by potential contributions from Francesco, Giulia, Carmen, Lorena, Arturas, Mary Lee. Sara, Patricia, Victoria, Liliana, Michel, Lars and Bulent are committed to contribute as well. Others may add in due course. •Mark, Sara, Patricia, Francesco and Bulent will serve as editorial board •They will circulate a concept by the end of February •Next steps (i.e. receive abstracts; abstract review; receive full chapters; chapters review; editorial process) should target the end of the year as deadline. Definition of people friendly city: •Specific Open discussion on LinkedIn: possibility to write 4 sentences (what is a people friendly city and what is not) -> write to cost.tu1204@gmail.com •Creation of a tag could MOOC: •Discussion leaders: Lars, Mark, Mary-Lee WEBSITE •Next step: transfer to Benita the functionalities from the meeting held in Madrid pag. 10
  • Thanks! pag. 11