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3rd International Conference on Urban e-Planning
From Tuesday 03 April 2018
To Wednesday 04 April 2018

The 3rd International Conference on Urban e-Planning, organized by the 'International Journal of E-Planning Research', in collaboration with the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning – University of Lisbon, will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from 3 to 4 April 2018. The IJEPR Annual Conferences are a multi- and interdisciplinary forum for the exploration, discussion and presentation of innovative theoretical and empirical research on Urban e-Planning.

Following the successful conferences of 2016 and 2017, the 3rd IJEPR Annual Conference on Urban e-Planning Research seeks both theoretical works and empirical research on ground-breaking approaches, innovative methods and new digital tools in the field of Urban e-Planning. The conference also welcomes short presentations with a more practical orientation.

The organizers invite theoretical and empirical contributions, from scholars and planning practitioners, addressing, but not limited to, the following themes and issues:

Theme 1: Smart Cities: Governance and Planning

  • Smart City: concepts, models and practices
  • The Political Economy of the Smart City
  • Smart Urban Planning
  • Smart Urban Governance
  • Data driven Urban Planning
  • Smart City and the Development of e-Services
  • Smart City and Urban Heritage
  • Digital Inequalities and Vulnerable Citizens in the Smart City
  • Vulnerabilities and Risks in the Smart City

Theme 2: Citizens e-Participation & Collaborative Planning

  • Volunteered Geographic Information for Urban Planning and Disaster Management
  • Crowdsourcing Spatial Information for Urban Planning
  • Web-based Citizen Participation in Urban Planning
  • Citizens as Voluntary Sensors in Urban e-Planning
  • Citizen Mobile Apps for Urban e-Planning
  • Participatory Mapping for Community Empowerment and Transformation
  • Citizen Science and Urban e-Planning
  • Games for Idea Generation and Participatory Planning and Serious Games
  • Scenario Planning Tools
  • Open local e-government and urban planning
  • e-Participatory Budgeting in Local Government
  • Mass online deliberation on Urban Issues
  • Radical technological innovation and the power of citizens 
  • Progressive Urban e-Planning
  • Historical Lessons of Citizen e-Participation Practices

Theme 3:  The real and virtual in Urban e-Planning

  • Augmented Reality Technologies in Urban e-Planning
  • Drones and Sensors in Urban e-Planning
  • Visualization of Virtual 3-D and 4-D Urban Models and Spatial Landscape Evaluation
  • Geodesign and the planning of natural and built environments
  • Living Labs and Urban Innovation
  • Virtual environments in Urban e-Planning (soundscapes...)
  • Social media in Urban e-Planning

Theme 4: Theory, Ethics and Methods in Urban e-Planning

  • Urban e-Planning Theories
  • Urban e-Planning Ethics
  • Urban e-Planning Research Methods
  • e-Planning and Pedagogy
  • Online Research Methods and Digital Tools
  • Spatial Big Data in Urban e-Planning
  • Spatial Open Data and Open Tools for Urban e-Planning
  • Transparency, Privacy, Surveillance, and Security

Abstract submission

Abstracts of no more than 250 words in length should be sent to Carlos Nunes Silva before 31 December 2017.

Important dates

  • Submission deadline for abstracts: 31 December 2017
  • Notification of abstract acceptance: 31 January 2018
  • Registration and payment: 1 to 20 February 2018

Further information

Click here to download the call for papers document.

Click here to visit the conference website.

 

Location Lisbon, Portugal

3rd International Conference on Urban e-Planning

Location : Lisbon, Portugal
Contact : https://sites.google.com/site/uep2018conference/home
From Tuesday 03 April 2018
To Wednesday 04 April 2018

The 3rd International Conference on Urban e-Planning, organized by the 'International Journal of E-Planning Research', in collaboration with the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning – University of Lisbon, will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from 3 to 4 April 2018. The IJEPR Annual Conferences are a multi- and interdisciplinary forum for the exploration, discussion and presentation of innovative theoretical and empirical research on Urban e-Planning.

Following the successful conferences of 2016 and 2017, the 3rd IJEPR Annual Conference on Urban e-Planning Research seeks both theoretical works and empirical research on ground-breaking approaches, innovative methods and new digital tools in the field of Urban e-Planning. The conference also welcomes short presentations with a more practical orientation.

The organizers invite theoretical and empirical contributions, from scholars and planning practitioners, addressing, but not limited to, the following themes and issues:

Theme 1: Smart Cities: Governance and Planning

  • Smart City: concepts, models and practices
  • The Political Economy of the Smart City
  • Smart Urban Planning
  • Smart Urban Governance
  • Data driven Urban Planning
  • Smart City and the Development of e-Services
  • Smart City and Urban Heritage
  • Digital Inequalities and Vulnerable Citizens in the Smart City
  • Vulnerabilities and Risks in the Smart City

Theme 2: Citizens e-Participation & Collaborative Planning

  • Volunteered Geographic Information for Urban Planning and Disaster Management
  • Crowdsourcing Spatial Information for Urban Planning
  • Web-based Citizen Participation in Urban Planning
  • Citizens as Voluntary Sensors in Urban e-Planning
  • Citizen Mobile Apps for Urban e-Planning
  • Participatory Mapping for Community Empowerment and Transformation
  • Citizen Science and Urban e-Planning
  • Games for Idea Generation and Participatory Planning and Serious Games
  • Scenario Planning Tools
  • Open local e-government and urban planning
  • e-Participatory Budgeting in Local Government
  • Mass online deliberation on Urban Issues
  • Radical technological innovation and the power of citizens 
  • Progressive Urban e-Planning
  • Historical Lessons of Citizen e-Participation Practices

Theme 3:  The real and virtual in Urban e-Planning

  • Augmented Reality Technologies in Urban e-Planning
  • Drones and Sensors in Urban e-Planning
  • Visualization of Virtual 3-D and 4-D Urban Models and Spatial Landscape Evaluation
  • Geodesign and the planning of natural and built environments
  • Living Labs and Urban Innovation
  • Virtual environments in Urban e-Planning (soundscapes...)
  • Social media in Urban e-Planning

Theme 4: Theory, Ethics and Methods in Urban e-Planning

  • Urban e-Planning Theories
  • Urban e-Planning Ethics
  • Urban e-Planning Research Methods
  • e-Planning and Pedagogy
  • Online Research Methods and Digital Tools
  • Spatial Big Data in Urban e-Planning
  • Spatial Open Data and Open Tools for Urban e-Planning
  • Transparency, Privacy, Surveillance, and Security

Abstract submission

Abstracts of no more than 250 words in length should be sent to Carlos Nunes Silva before 31 December 2017.

Important dates

  • Submission deadline for abstracts: 31 December 2017
  • Notification of abstract acceptance: 31 January 2018
  • Registration and payment: 1 to 20 February 2018

Further information

Click here to download the call for papers document.

Click here to visit the conference website.

 

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