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Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions 2015

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PRESENTATIONS

​Thursday 191. Chairs’ Plenary - Opening I
​1. Peter Droege​University of Lichtenstein ​Intelligent and regenerative city regions (IRCRs) - a research, development and action mandate.
​2. Jürgen Breuste​Paris Lodron University of SalzburgHow can urban green help to adopt to climate change? The example of Linz, Austria​

​Thursday 192. Chairs’ Plenary - Opening II
1. Pietro Elisei​International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) Consistent Decision-Making in Urban and Metropolitan Areas based on Participatory and Multi-actor Governance
2. Milica Bajic Brkovic​International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP)Will planning save the cities? Managing responses to climate change
​3. Wolfram Sparber​Institute for Renewable Energy - European Academy of Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC)Heating and Cooling for Smart Cities​

​Thursday 194. Cooperation and demonstration projects - I
1. Giulia Garegnani​European Academy of Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC)Analysis of renewable energy availability by means of GIS GRASS tools: the case study of the Alps​​
​2. Carmelina CosmiCNR-IMAA ​Interregional Cooperation as a key tool for the achievement of strategic energy and climate targets: the experience of the INTERREG IVC RENERGY and SEE RE-SEEties projects.
​3. Argiro Dimoudi​Democritus University of Thrace
​4. Håkan Perslow​SP Technical Research Institute of SwedenSINFONIA: Low Carbon Cities for Better Living​
​5. Pier Carlo Sandei​United Nations Environment ProgrammeDistrict Energy in Cities
​6. Emanuele Sascor​Municipality of Bolzano ​SINFONIA: Social Housing refurbishment in Bolzano
​7. Simon Pezzutto​European Academy of Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC)​​European Union Research and Development Funding on Smart Cities and their Impact on Climate and Energy Goals​​

​Thursday 195. Governance for smart and sustainable growth - I
1. Antje Matern​BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg Exploring Integrated Approaches in the Provision of Urban Infrastructure Services - Empirical insights from German Cities​​
​2. Markku Mikkola​VTT Technical Research Centre of FinlandCollaboration in Regional Energy Efficiency Development
​3. Hartmut Dumke​Vienna University of Technology, Department for Spatial Planning ​Outlining Energy Governance: Actors, steering modes and triggers - Shown on an Austrian case Study
​4. Chiara Garau​University of Cagliari - DICAAR​A critical reflection on Smart Governance in Italy: Definition and Challenges for a Sustainable Urban Regeneration
​5. Luca Cetara, Massimo Sargolini ​Università degli Studi di Camerino (UNICAM)Developing a Decision Support System for Quality of Landscape and Quality of Life in the Sustainable Adriatic City
​6. Giovanni Sergi​University of GenoaAn effective model of sustainable development implemented in Liguria region: the case study of Varese Ligure municipality​
​7. Farnaz Mosannenzadeh​University of Trento​​Barriers to implementation of smart energy cities in Europe​

​Thursday 196. Energy planning for cities and regions
​1. Roberta PernettiEURAC Institute for Renewable EnergyBuilding stock analysis for the definition of retrofitting scenario at urban scale
​2. Rita Streblow​RWTH Aachen University Optimized energy retrofit path for buildings under national goals
​3. Alice Denarie​Politecnico di MilanoTechnical, Financial and Urban Potential for Italian Solar District Heating
​4. Dominik Bothe​Vienna University of Technology ​Optimization of load flows in urban hybrid networks
​5. Gabriela Fernandez​Politecnico di MilanoCausal links in urban metabolism: a case study in the Metropolitan City of Milan​

​Thursday 197. Smart and sustainable technologies
1. Erick Khamala​LocateIT Ltd Africa’s Prudent Development Planning: The Indispensable Contribution of Space Technologies and Geo-ICTs in Urban and Rural Setups - Case Studies from Kenya
2. Hatem Mahmoud​Aswan UniversityModelling Future Land Use and Land Cover Change in Asyut region using Markov Chain and Cellular Automata
​3. Chyi Yng Rose Lim​University of Stuttgart IAT/Fraunhofer Institute of Industrial Engineering IAO​Taxi of the future: big data analysis as framework for future urban fleets in smart cities
​4. Yusuf Aina​Yanbu Industrial College​Quest for Leveraging GeoICT for Sustainable Smart Cities: Saudi Arabian Experience
​5. Matija Brkovic​Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade ​Lighting up the Landmarks with Information about the Environment​

​Friday 203. Chairs’ Plenary -​ Opening III
1. Ezio Micelli​University IUAV of Venice Recycling the City
2. Nora Mzavanadze​University of ManchesterCalculating and Operationalising the Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency in Europe: the H2020 COMBI project
​3. Ric Stephens​International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP)Megatrends, Black Swans and Game-changers​

​Friday 208. Cooperation and demonstration projects - II
1. Fabio Disconzi​University of Padova​ ICT tools to foster Small and Medium Enterprises collaboration in ener​gy retrofitting sector​
2. Ana Maria Girotti Sperandio​Faculdade JaguariúnaStudying and building a healthy a Private College project
​3. Jean-Marie Bahu​EIFER - European Institute for Energy Research ​Integrated urban energy planning for the redevelopment of the Berlin Tegel airport
​4. Naomi Morishita​University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, ViennaEU-GUGLE: A sustainable renovation pilot project for smarter cities
​5. Gilles Novarina​Institut d'Urbanisme de Grenoble​Building a smart city. Technological innovation and sustainable planning in Grenoble
​6. Jessica Balest​European Academy of Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC)​SINFONIA project: tenant’s behaviours in energy refurbishment of buildings

​Friday 209. Governance for smart and sustainable growth - II
1. Giorgia NestiUniversity of PadovaLiving Labs: A New Tool for Co-production?
2. Luca Mora​Politecnico di MilanoHow to become a smart city: learning from Amsterdam
3. Francesca Leccis​Università degli Studi di CagliariParticipatory practices in London urban strategies: the case of Bankside
​4. Maria CerretaDiARC - University of Naples Federico II​Valorization strategies for marginal areas: adaptive evaluative approaches
5. Valentina AndreazzoUniversity IU​AV of Venice​​Services and retail: an opportunity for evaluating smart and sustainable strategies and governance in Northeastern Italy
​6. Virna Bussadori​ECTP - CEU - AssUrbanisti ​Strategic planning and long term visioning - between theory and practice​

​Friday 2010. Benefits, costs and opportunities of urban transition
1. Somesh SharmaInstitute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, Erasmus ​UniversitySustainability Benefits Assessment based Transport Project Appraisal: Position paper for a new method of transport project appraisal
2. Marta Bottero​Politecnico di TorinoEvaluating urban regeneration programmes: an integrated approach
3. Magdalena Wagner​Wroclaw University of TechnologyHow to support spatial decision making process?
4. Claudia De StasioTRT Trasporti e TerritorioOn-line tool for the assessment of sustainable urban transport policies
5. Emanuele FacchinettiLucerne University of Applied Science
General business model patterns for 'Local Energy Management’ concepts
​6. Adriano Bisello​DICEA - University of Padova / EURAC Co-benefits of Smart and Sustainable Energy District Projects: an overview on economic assessment methodologies
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