Modern urban areas are smart environments equipped with interconnected sensors and devices that allow for the efficient and the effective use of the available resources. City officials can exploit smart city technologies to observe the behavior of the communities and monitor infrastructures, with the objective of increasing the quality and reducing the cost of the services provided to citizens.
The “Smart City Looks Like…” summer school will provide a comprehensive view of the technologies, concerns and assets relevant to the design of smart cities. Students will explore interdisciplinary approaches while working in interdisciplinary and intercultural groups of students and lecturers in order to analyze what smart city looks like: cities aiming to become more energy efficient, clean and green, while addressing Citizen engagement, governance and critical needs.
The GSSI - Gran Sasso Science Institute is an international PhD school and a center for research and higher education in the areas of Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science and Social Sciences. As a project supported by the OECD, the GSSI has been instituted as a new Italian graduate school of advanced studies in 2016, representing an opportunity for L'Aquila after the earthquake. In this phase of rebuilding, the city is setting new horizons and goals: becoming a Smart CIty is a chance for every urban center that wants to look up to the future.
Moving beyond connected infrastructure and Smarter things, the smart cities of tomorrow engage Governments, citizens, visitors, and businesses In an connected ecosystem. The goal? Better city services and a higher quality Of life. Smart city enhances citizens’ experience And supports the productive, accessible, livable Cities that attract talents, encourage innovation And create jobs and economic prosperity. The “smart city looks like…” Summer school will Provide a comprehensive view of the technologies, Concerns and assets relevant to the design of Smart cities.
Students will explore interdisciplinary approaches While working in interdisciplinary and intercultural Groups of students and lecturers in order to Analyze what smart city looks like: cities aiming to Become more energy efficient, clean and green, While addressing citizen engagement, governance And critical needs