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Smart Cities workshop at CeDEM17

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The aim of the workshop was to discuss the state-of-art of the Smart City concept and how to translate existing approaches to the reality of the local governments, as well as the institutional capacity for making smarter decisions.

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Smart Cities workshop at CeDEM17

  1. 1. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Gabriela Viale Pereira Malgorzata Goraczek Department for E-Governance Danube University Krems, Austria Smart Cities Smart Government Research Practice Consortium CeDEM 2017 Workshop
  2. 2. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Workshop Agenda • 13:30 Welcome and introductions • 13:40 Overview of the SCSGRP Consortium • 13:45 Short presentations and lightning talks • 14:10 Group Activity • 14:40 Plenary session • 15:00 Close of workshop followed by Coffee Break
  3. 3. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Introductions • Name • Institution and Department • Country; cities you are working with • 5 words to describe your particular area of interest in smarter cities
  4. 4. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. About the SCSGRP Consortium • A robust global research community that focuses on innovations in technology, management and policy that change the fabric of the world’s cities • Through purposeful networking and connected research, the Consortium members come together to share ideas, new knowledge, and research and practice innovations in the interest of increasing opportunity for all those who live in and work in these cities • Based at the Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany, State University of New York
  5. 5. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. The Consortium • Formally connects those engaged in cutting edge research on smart cities • Supports the development of a robust, global and connected smart cities research community • Creates a foundation for the development of interdisciplinary, multi- institution, multi-national research teams • Provides a network to support knowledge sharing among members and the translation of research to practice efforts
  6. 6. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Members • Frank Bannister • Elsa Estevez • Sherri Greenberg • Mila Gasco Hernandez • Euripides Loukis • Albert Meijer • Sehl Mellouli • Marie Anne Macadar Moron • Gabriel Purón Cid • Charles Jennings • Taewoo Nam • Gabriela Viale Pereira • Andreea Molnar • Olga Gil • Ulf Melin • Margit Scholl • Maria Alexandra Cunha • Ralf-Martin Soe • Adegboyega Ojo • Theresa Pardo • Meghan Cook • Jose Ramon Gil-Garcia • Luis Luna-Reyes • Marco Antonio Peres Useche • Rodrigo Sandoval • Hans Jochen Scholl • Tung-Mou Yang • Evert-Jan Mulder • Lei Zheng • Manuel Pedro Rodriguez Bolivar • Marius Rohde Johannessen • Lasse Berntzen • Andrea Maurino • Gianluigi Viscusi • Beatriz Barreto Brasileiro Lanza
  7. 7. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Countries • Argentina • Austria • Ireland • Portugal • USA • Spain • Greece • Netherlands • South Korea • Colombia • Sweden • Mexico • Canada • Brazil • United Kingdom • Taiwan • China • Norway • Italy • Germany • Switzerland • Estonia
  8. 8. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Consortium Workshops…
  9. 9. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance.
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  11. 11. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Questions About the Consortium?
  12. 12. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Short presentations and lightning talks • Malgorzata Goraczek – Department for E-Governance, Danube University Krems • Ralf-Martin Soe – Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance, Tallin University of Technology • Ricardo Matheus – Faculty of Technology Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology
  13. 13. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. ICT& OTHERTECHNOLOGIES BUILT ENVIRONMENT & CITY INFRASTRUCTURE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY & PRO-BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT HUMAN CAPITAL & CREATIVITY GOVERNANCE, ENGAGEMENT, & COLLABORATION CITY ADMINISTRATION & MANAMGEMENT INSTITUTIONS PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY GOVERNMENT •Broadbandandwirelessinfrastructure •Virtualtechnologies•Ubiquitousinfrastructure •Computingnetwork •Service-orientedarchitecture •Institutional type and form •Rule of law •Intergovernmental agreements •E-government •Performance management •Funding •Staffing •Leadership •Vision •Policy instrument •Policy learning •E-governance •Network, partnership, and collaboration •Stakeholder, citizen, and community engagement •Creative class •Social infrastructure •Higher education •Skilled and knowledge workforce •Knowledge economy •High-tech industry •Creative, entrepreneurial industry •Business-friendliness •Environmental and economic sustainability •Functional management •Attractiveness PUBLIC SERVICES •Transportation •Public safety •Health and social services •Housing •Water •Energy and electricity •Solid waste •Shelter •Emergency management •Food •Culture, tourism, and recreation NATURAL ENVIRONMENT & ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY •Ecological sustainability •Monitoring system •Pollution control •Attractive natural conditions TECHNOLOGY
  14. 14. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Group Activity Institutional capacity is not happening soon (Jane Fountain, ICEGOV 2017). • What should come first the technology or the institutional capacity for making decisions in a collaborative way? • How to translate existing approaches to the reality of local governments?
  15. 15. Donau-Universität Krems. Centre for E-Governance. Plenary session • Discussion • Summary • Close of the workshop Thank you!

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