Upcoming Webinars

 All live webinars are free of charge.

Innovation@Lugano: 3Achain, The Triple A Blockchain

Is city administration a good place to drive digital innovation? Can a city administration inspire companies in the private sector?... READ MORE >>

Tuesday, October 25th, 2022 at 11:00 AM EDT - LIVE: Click Here to Register NOW

How Heerlen's Citizens Bob-a-Job in a Digital Age

During this session you will learn more about a showcase innovation project in the city of Heerlen, the Netherlands. This former mining city faces challenges due to its declining population and has been struggling with substantial socio-economic disadvantages for decades. To counter the high cost of public space... READ MORE >>

Tuesday, November 8th, 2022 at 11:00 AM EDT - LIVE: Click Here to Register NOW

Virtualization in Smart City Critical Energy Infrastructure

This webinar focuses on virtualization technologies, their applications, their advantages and disadvantages, and the role such technologies can play in supporting smart city energy infrastructures, such as smart microgrids, substations, and energy hubs. Following are the learning objectives for this webinar... READ MORE >>

Tuesday, November 15th, 2022 at 11:00 AM EDT - LIVE: Click Here to Register NOW

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

Propose a webinar 

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.   

If you are interested, please complete the IEEE Smart Cities Webinar Application.