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From Smart Cities to Responsive Cities: how to bring citizens back to the center of urban planning processes

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A Responsive City is the next generation in urban development after the Smart City. Cities become first smart and then responsive: dynamic behaviour differentiates the Responsive City from the Smart City ‍♀️ Smart Cities are technology-driven and produce large amounts of data. Smart Cities and Smart Buildings are in an early stage of development, as every building and every city is a prototype. The Responsive City builds on Smart City technology, but places the human in the centre of decision-making, design, and management of the city  It uses the stocks and flows of information as the main driver of change. Data for the Responsive City come from smart buildings, smart infrastructure, and most important, from its citizens.
To deepen the knowledge about Responsive Cities, we define the concept of Citizen Design Science, a combination of Citizen Science and Urban Design  Both are conducted, in whole or in part, by citizens or non-professional scientists. This approach is still in an early stage of development and, with the Responsive Cities research, we aim to explore its potential together with participants around the world.

BIO: Dr. Estefanía Tapias is a researcher, project coordinator and lecturer at ETH Zürich  and at the Future Cities Laboratory in Singapore  Her research is focused on Information Cities and Urban Climate. In her position at ETH, Estefania is lecturer and content responsible for the ‘Future Cities’ MOOC series offered in edX platform ‍ In 2017 she was nominated by ETH Zurich for the Forbes Under 30 Europe list for Science and health care, and became a list-maker for the 2018 list. Estefania is also the Founding President of the EIT Alumni and former President of the Climate-KIC Alumni Association 

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From Smart Cities to Responsive Cities: how to bring citizens back to the center of urban planning processes

  1. 1. Responsive Cities Dr. Estefania Tapias Chair of Information Architecture
  2. 2. M.Sc. Politecnico di Torino Sustainable Architecture Dr.Sc. ETH Zurich Information Cities and Urban Climate POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER & LECTURER
  3. 3. Former President of the Climate-KIC Alumni Association Founding President of the EIT alumni
  4. 4. FROM SMART TO RESPONSIVE Cities become first smart and then responsive. Dynamic behaviour differentiates the Responsive City from the Smart City. Smart Cities are technology driven and produce large amounts of data. Smart Cities and Smart Buildings are in an early stage of development, as every building and every city is a prototype.
  5. 5. The Responsive City builds on Smart City technology, but places the human in the centre of decision-making, design, and management of the city. Data for the Responsive City come from smart buildings, smart infrastructure, and most important, from its citizens. FROM SMART TO RESPONSIVE
  6. 6. To deepen the knowledge about Responsive Cities, we define the concept of Citizen Design Science, a combination of Citizen Science and Urban Design. Both are conducted, in whole or in part, by citizens or nonprofessional scientists. This approach is still in an early stage of development and we aim to explore its potential together citizens around the world. FROM SMART TO RESPONSIVE
  7. 7. Towards Responsive Cities
  8. 8. Future Cities Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) series
  9. 9. FUTURE CITIES MOOC SERIES Aim: ‘Future Cities’ series of urban MOOCs the worldwide first and complete series of urban courses dealing with different focus areas for the design, management and transformation of cities for their sustainable and resilient future. This leads to a modular collection of urban MOOCS for each part of the urban system.
  10. 10. FUTURE CITIES MOOC SERIES Aim: ‘Future Cities’ series of urban MOOCs the worldwide first and complete series of urban courses dealing with different focus areas for the design, management and transformation of cities for their sustainable and resilient future. This leads to a modular collection of urban MOOCS for each part of the urban system. The first edition, ‘Future Cities’ opened a holistic view on existing and future cities. Each following urban MOOC increases in depth and in specialization.
  11. 11. FUTURE CITIES MOOC SERIES 2014 Future Cities MOOC
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  25. 25. RESPONSIVE CITIES MOOC
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  28. 28. http://ia.arch.ethz.ch/datamap/show.html RESPONSIVE CITIES MOOC
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  31. 31. FUTURE CITIES MOOC SERIES
  32. 32. RESPONSIVE CITIES TOOLS
  33. 33. Citizen Design Science RESPONSIVE CITIES TOOLS
  34. 34. Dr. Johannes Mueller | Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore
  35. 35. Dr. Johannes Mueller | Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore
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  41. 41. Dr. Johannes Mueller | Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore
  42. 42. KEONG SAIK DESIGN STATION Have a look inside of our Design Station! Get a free drink for taking part in our survey! This place needs more... I wish there would be... Let us improve... in Keong Saik Road because... YOUR IDEAS FOR KEONG SAIK ROAD I wish there would be... in Keong Saik Road because... We need... in Keong Saik Road because... I would change... in Keong Saik Road because... There should be... in Keong Saik Road because... This place needs... because... There should be... in Keong Saik Road because... I would change... in Keong Saik Road because... This place needs... because... I wish there would be... in Keong Saik Road because... We need... in Keong Saik Road because... Let us improve... in Keong Saik Road because... I would change... in Keong Saik Road because... I wish there would be... in Keong Saik Road because... Let us improve... in Keong Saik Road because... This place needs... because... There should be... in Keong Saik Road because... We need... in Keong Saik Road because... This place needs... because... We need... in Keong Saik Road because... I wish there would be... in Keong Saik Road because... There should be... in Keong Saik Road because... Let us improve... in Keong Saik Road because... I would change... in Keong Saik Road because...
  43. 43. What’s next?
  44. 44. FUTURE CITIES PUBLICATION
  45. 45. Dr. Estefania Tapias Chair of Information Architecture Thank you! Dr. Estefania Tapias tapias@arch.ethz.ch

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