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IEEE S3C

1st IEEE International Summer School on Smart Cities (IEEE S3C)

1st IEEE International Summer School on Smart Cities (IEEE S3C)
6-11 August 2017 | Natal, Brazil

The 2017 Edition of IEEE S3C is the first of its series and aims to provide a valuable forum for knowledge exchange between industry, scientific community, and municipalities in all fields of smart cities to benefit students, researchers, and practitioners, at both beginner and advanced levels.

The School provides a wide range of state-of-the-art courses and other activities led by some of the most prominent researchers and practitioners in the area, as well as it collocates a workshop where undergraduate and graduate students, young researchers and practitioners can share their own visions and experiences and they pursue their way to become the professionals leading smartification around the globe.

Call for Papers Submission Deadline: 7 May 2017

Learn more at the IEEE S3C website

 

IEEE Communications Magazine, March 2017

IEEE Communications Magazine, March 2017
Feature Topics on Mobile and Wireless Technologies for Smart Cities, Incentives for Mobile Crowd Sensing, Network Testing and Analytics, Radio Communications, and Internet of Things.

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Smart Cities White Papers Available

New white papers from IEEE Core Smart City Kansas City, Missouri, USA are now available for download. These papers are from the IEEE Smart Cities Kansas City Kickoff Workshop, held 8-9 February 2016 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Access the Kansas City white papers.

 

Read more white papers on the Publications page.

 

IEEE RFID Mega Challenge: Smart Cities

To engage and interest undergraduate and graduate students and their advisors, the new IEEE Council on RFID (CRFID) is offering a competition that addresses real-world problems and is:

  • Open to any accredited, degree-program educational institution
  • Composed of teams with at least one IEEE student member and at least one advisor who is an IEEE member

The 2017 challenge focuses on the use of RFID in a Smart Cities solution. The top 3 finalists of the competition are eligible for the Student Travel Grant. Teams will be rated on how they plan and evaluate a solution that incorporates RFID technology and systems. Teams are asked to prepare as if responding to a request for proposal (RFP).

Deadline: 31 January 2017

For details and submission instructions, visit the IEEE RFID 2017 website.

Download the flyer (PDF, 2 MB)

 

News from the World IoT Expo

World IoT Expo

The World IoT Expo was held in Wuxi, China from 30 October to 1 November 2016. Wuxi is known as the national demonstration zone for sensor network innovation. The theme of the expo was “Create IoT Era, Share Global Intelligence”. In this report, learn about the highlights of the various activities from the expo, including coverage on the Smart City of Wuxi.

Read more (PDF, 87 KB).

 

 

IEEE Standards Education eMagazine

IEEE Standards Education eMagazine - November 2016

The November 2016 issue of the IEEE Standards Education eMagazine is now available! The theme of this issue is Smart City Standards. Articles in this issue include:

Access this issue at IEEE Standards University

 

Webinars

IEEE IoT Webinar: Integrating the IoT and Cultural Heritage in the Smart City - 27 October 2016

Roberto MinervaPresenter: Roberto Minerva
Telecom Italia Lab

Achieving smartness in cities through IoT is difficult because it requires integration of different technologies, processes, and administrative domains but, even more challenging, it requires the ability to see the city as a large complex system. As well, a city is largely characterized by its cultural heritage that makes it different from any other city. To quantify and leverage cultural heritage within the large context of a multidisciplinary effort of IoT deployments is a huge challenge.

In addition to domain-specific technological issues, there exist further challenges in business, social, and regulation realms that are deeply intertwined. These intricacies can greatly impact the deployment and the success of IoT deployment within Smart Cities. But, a city’s cultural heritage can and should also be a factor in the creation of its unique path to smartness.

This webinar provides a view on some major technology challenges of the IoT, covers critical business and social issues that could hamper the large deployment of IoT systems within smart cities and provides examples related to the creation of a future city that leverages its cultural heritage and specific needs using Venice, Italy as the example.

Access this webinar on demand

 

View more webinars on the Webinars page.

 

IEEE ISC2-2016 Proceedings

IEEE ISC2-2016 Proceedings Now Available

IEEE ISC2-2016 Proceedings Now Available

The conference proceedings from the 2016 IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2-2016), held 12-15 September 2016 in Trento, Italy, are now available in IEEE Xplore.

ISC2 is the flagship event of the IEEE Smart Cities Initiative. The theme of ISC2-2016 was "Improving the citizens' quality of life".

Access the proceedings in IEEE Xplore.

 

Call for Papers

IEEE Sensors Journal
Special Issue on Smart Sensors for Smart Grids and Smart Cities

IEEE Sensors Journal is organizing a special issue on Smart Sensors for Smart Grids and Smart Cities. This call for papers invites significant contributions in the field of sensors and sensing systems dedicated to smart grid, power networks and smart cities. The submission deadline is 31 March 2017.

For a list of topics and submission instructions, view the Call for Papers (PDF, 593 KB).

 

Roberto Saracco Speaks at ITU Green Standards Week 2016

Roberto Saracco Speaks at ITU Green Standards Week 2016

Roberto Saracco, EIT Digital Italy Node Director, presented the topic "IoT Enabling Smart Cities Awareness" at the 6th ITU Green Standards Week 2016 in Montevideo, Uruguay.

Read more and download slides from Roberto's presentation.

 

 

 

Additional Resources

Guadalajara Ciudad Creativa Digital (CCD)

Guadalajara Ciudad Creativa DigitalCCD is located in Guadalajara, Mexico's second largest city and the home of Mexico's Silicon Valley. CCD will push the boundaries of sustainable integrated urban development, providing a new model of economic cluster development that can be replicated across the country and Latin America. Watch a video presentation on the experiences of the GDL IEEE Smart City Core Program by Prof. Dr. Victor M. Larios, IEEE Volunteer & Local Leader, GDL Smart Cities Initiative, University of Guadalajara.

Learn more about Guadalajara Ciudad Creativa Digital (CCD):

IEEE Smart City ChallengeIEEE Smart City Challenge

IEEE has launched an online campaign, the IEEE Smart City Challenge. We want engineers and techies from around the world to tell us how they would improve the energy, communications, transportation or infrastructure of a city to make it smarter.

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Press Releases

IEEE Selects Municipalities Kansas City, Missouri, United States of America, and Casablanca, Morocco to Engage in IEEE Smart Cities Initiative - 21 October 2015

IEEE To Host First International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2) - 3 September 2015

IEEE Smart Cities Initiative Launches News Bulletin Featuring 2014 Accomplishments and 2015 Plans - 29 January 2015

IEEE Selects Municipalities Wuxi, China and Trento, Italy to Engage in IEEE Smart Cities Initiative - 28 July 2014