[30th May] Workshop : Reshaping Cities [fr]

How are our contemporary cities constituted? What data for them?
A workshop to advance our understanding of the contemporary city.

Claudio Coletta (Maynooth University) and David Pontille (École des Mines in Paris) secured a Ulysses grant in 2017. Their collaborative project "Reshaping cities through data and experiments" will see their first workshop organised on the 30th May in Maynooth University, the second one in the Ecole des Mines, October 2017.

Workshop “Reshaping cities through data and experiments”
When: 30th May 2017 – 9.30am to 3.30pm
Where: Maynooth University, Iontas Building, Seminar Room 2.31

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The workshop will address the following questions:
1. What data are generated by cities in the context of smart cities and core services such as transport? For whom are these data created and on what infrastructure are they dependent?
2. How are the experiments and demonstrations for urban change organised and accounted? Which actors are involved and how do they engage?
3. How experiments and demonstration through data affect the everyday life of cities, their management and governance practices?

The workshop is open to researchers, academics, practitioners and policymakers.

Find out more here

Contact information: claudio.coletta[a]nuim.ie

Published on 18/05/2017

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