First Young Researchers Workshop on “Smart Cities for Sustainable Development” on 22 January 2016
Increasing population and density have been generating many issues in cities across countries. The proper managerial planning is required to ensure well directed growth. Not only perfect infrastructure is warranted, but a good planning for the growth is important. Billions of people have been migrating towards cities in many countries which leads to the growth of urban population. World bank predicts voluminous rise in 2050 with is expected to be 75%.
The question is the understanding of how sustainable cities should grow. Real time data observation and collection with analysis would lead to produce new design and planning. Young researchers have potential for such comprehensive real time data gathering and analysis. This workshop is primarily intended to encourage young researchers to collect live data across cities which can enable to form smart cities for the near future.
The themes include but not necessarily limited to-
Modern infrastructure for cities(roads, power plants, water treatment plants, sewage systems, transit systems)
Energy Efficiency including non-conventional energy management
Green Environment including E-Waste Management, Hospital Management etc
Pit Pichappan, Digital Information Research Lab, India and UK
Simon Fong, University of Macau, Macau
Luiz Moutinho, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Paper Submission: December 10, 2015
Notification: December 25, 2015
Camera Readh: January 10, 2016
Workshop Date: January 22, 2016
Extended versions of the papers will be considered for journal publications.
International Journal of Sustainable Real Estate and Construction Economics
Int. J. of Data Analysis Techniques and Strategies Special Issue on: "Big Data Analysis in the Real Estate, Construction and Business Sectors"
International Journal of Web Applications
Journal of Intelligent Computing
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Authors (Other than Students)- US$ 400 / HK$3200
It includes journal publication fees also
Non-authors - US $ 150 / HK$ 1200
Co-authors - US$ 150 / HK$1200
Accompanying person - US$ 150 / HK$1200
Hong Kong Shue Yan University
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