Upcoming Webinars

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An Integrated Framework for Managing Smart, Sustainable, and Resilient Infrastructure

A new framework for managing infrastructure systems could help transportation, energy, and water organizations harness the power of digitalization and address challenges such as decarbonization and resilience. To build smarter, more sustainable, and resilient infrastructure, cities need to reimage the infrastructure services they provide, and arrange deeply interconnected technological, social and environmental systems to do so. The Infrastructure Architecture Framework follows two years of collaborative research supported by the United Engineering Foundation and delivered by the New York Academy of Sciences, with support... Read More >>

Live Webinar: Thursday, May 24, 2022 at 11:00am EDT - Click Here to Register


Modeling of Smart, Sustainable, and Resilient Communities

To mitigate the climate change issues, our communities are adopting more and more renewable energy, which bring new challenges in the community energy system design and operation. Meanwhile, we have seen more and more climate-change induced disasters. A solution the above challenges is to make our communities smart, sustainable, and resilient. In this webinar, attendance will learn how to use open source ... Read More >>

Live Webinar: Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at 11:00am EDT - Click Here to Register



About IEEE Smart Cities Webinars

Each webinar is recorded and included in the IEEE Smart Cities Resource Center.

Members of the IEEE Smart Cities Sponsoring Societies can access the webinar without charge.

IEEE Smart Cities Sponsoring Societies include: 

  1. IEEE Communications Society - Join IEEE ComSoc 
  2. IEEE Control Systems Society - Join IEEE CSS
  3. IEEE Industry Applications Society  - Join IEEE IAS
  4. IEEE Power & Energy Society - Join IEEE PES
  5. IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society - Join IEEE SMCS
  6. Council on Electronic Automation Design

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Are you interested in providing a webinar to the IEEE Smart Cities Community? The proposed webinar must have a topic be geared to engineers or individuals involved in Smart Cities development. The focus of the webinar can be technical, professional development, or current issues/hot topics in the smart cities scope of interest. The presentation should be approximately 45-50 minutes in length, with remaining time (10-15 minutes) allocated to Questions & Answers.   

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