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Saskia Sassen

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Saskia Sassen

Saskia Sassen is the Robert S. Lynd Professor of Sociology, and Chairs The Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University (www.saskiasassen.com). She is a student of cities, immigration, and states in the world economy, with inequality, gendering and digitization three key variables running though her work. Born in the Netherlands, she grew up in Argentina and Italy, studied in France, was raised in five languages, and began her professional life in the United States. She is the author of eight books and the editor or co-editor of three books. Together, her authored books are translated in over twenty languages. She has received many awards and honors, among them multiple doctor honoris causa, the 2013 Principe de Asturias Prize in the Social Sciences, election to the Royal Academy of the Sciences of the Netherlands, and made a Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres by the French government.

 

In each of the three major completed projects that comprise her 20 years of research, Sassen starts with a thesis that posits the unexpected and the counterintuitive in order to cut through established “truths.” These projects engendered her three major books. In The Mobility of Labor and Capital (Cambridge University Press 1988), her thesis is that foreign investment in less developed countries can actually raise the likelihood of emigration if that investment goes to labor-intensive sectors and/or devastates the traditional economy. Her thesis went against established notions that such investment would retain potential emigrants.

 

In The Global City (Princeton University Press 1991; 2nd ed 2001) her thesis is that the global economy needs very specific territorial insertions, and that this need is sharpest in the case of highly globalized and digitized sectors such as finance. This went against established notions at the time that the global economy transcended territory and its associated regulatory umbrellas.

 

In the award-winning Territory, Authority, Rights: From Medieval to Global Assemblages (Princeton University Press 2006), her thesis is that today’s partial but foundational transformations, from economic to cultural and subjective, take place largely inside thick national settings and institutions. She conceptualizes these as denationalizing dynamics that operate alongside the more familiar globalizing dynamics. This denationalizing of what was historically constructed as national is more significant than much of the self-evidently global.

 

Her new book is Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy (Harvard University Press/Belknap 2014). It launches a fourth major research project. The organizing thesis is that our global modernity is marked by systemic expulsions of all sorts: we are beyond simply more inequality, more poverty, more refugees in the global south, and so on. And it is often our complex intermediary processes, requiring talent and knowledge, which are facilitating such expulsions.

 

Her current writing focuses on two projects. One is “Ungoverned Territories” (Harvard University Press), a second book that is part of this fourth major research phase. It seeks to capture the making of ambiguous jurisdictions that escape the grip of existing national and international institutions. The other is preparation the publication of her Storrs Lectures in Jurisprudence and Philosophy, delivered at the Yale University Law School in 2012.

 

In addition, she is completing a two-year research project on Mobilities, supported by a research gift from AUDI. She also continues her work in a large collective project, The Urban Age, whose focus is on extreme urbanism. It is funded by the Herrhausen Foundation, and the multi-year grant was renewed in January 2013 for a second three-year cycle. A new collective project is on Conventional Governance Systems and Human Security, supported by a large grant from the European Union Research Council.

 

Besides the already mentioned books, she is the author of A Sociology of Globalization (Norton 2007; Losing Control? Sovereignty in an Age of Globalization (Columbia University Press 1996); Globalization and its Discontents. Essays on the Mobility of People and Money (New Press 1998); Guests and Aliens (New Press, 1999), Cities in a World Economy (Pine Forge/Sage, 1994; with 3 fully updated editions in 2000, 2006, and 2011). Her edited books are Deciphering the Global: Its Scales, Spaces and Subjects (Routledge 2007), Human Settlement and the Environmental Challenge (Oxford: EOLS 2006), Global Networks/Linked Cities (Routledge 2002), and the co-edited Digital Formations (Princeton University Press 2005. She has published over 100 academic articles in peer-reviewed journals.

 

All her edited books are based on larger collective research projects, sponsored by funding entities. Global Networks, Linked Cities (London and New York: Routledge 2002) is based on a large multi-year UNU based and sponsored project with researchers in six countries. A second edited book recently completed is Human Settlement and the Environmental Challenge (Oxford: EOLS 2006), one of the 14 volumes in the UNESCO Encyclopedia on the Environment; this involved setting up a network of researchers and activists in over 30 countries. The co-edited Digital Formations: Information Technologies and New Architectures in the Global Realm (Princeton University Press 2005) is based on a four year project she chaired for the Social Science Research Council, with support from the Ford Foundation. Finally, Deciphering the Global: Its Scales, Spaces and Subjects (Routledge 2007) is based on the Transnationalism Project set up and run by Sassen at the University of Chicago, 1998-2007.

 

She regularly writes for general audience publications. Her comments have appeared in The Guardian, The New York Times, Le Monde Diplomatique, Le Monde, International Herald Tribune, Vanguardia, Clarin, Die Zeit, Newsweek International, The Financial Times, among others. She is a regular contributor to OpenDemocracy.net.and HuffingtonPost.com.

 

Her recent professional activities include the following completed projects: Member of the Board of Directors, IBA (an initiative supported by the German Government with 300 million Euros for the upgrading of a vast poverty area in the North of Germany); Member, International Advisory Board chaired by the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, for the Mayor of Rotterdam, Ahmed Aboutaleb, the first Muslim Mayor of any major city in Europe; Member of the Panel on Urban Population Dynamics, Committee on Population of the National Academy of Sciences; Chair, Information Technology and International Cooperation Committee of the Social Science Research Council; Director, Transnationalism Project of the University of Chicago; and co-Chair of the economy section of the Global Chicago Project. She was one of eight experts on the Mastercard Worldwide Centers of Commerce Index, a vast project involving 60 variables, from economic to social, covering 75 major and minor global cities around the world.

 

In the past, she has directed and been a member of several research projects. She directed a two-year Volkswagen funded project on cities and global governance, and a five-year multi-country project on global cities and cross-border networks for the Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University (Tokyo). In the 1980s and 1990s she co-directed the Hispanic Women in the Garments and Electronics Industries in New York and California, supported by the Tinker and Ford Foundations, was a member of the Japan-based project on Economic Restructuring in the U.S. and Japan, sponsored by the United Nations Center on Regional Development and MIT (1988-1990); the  SSRC (Social Science Research Council) Working Group on New York City, sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation (1985-1990); the SSRC Committee on Hispanic Public Policy, sponsored by the Ford Foundation (1987-1991); the New York-London Comparative Study sponsored by the Economic Social Research Council of the United Kingdom (1990-1995).  She also was a member of the Ford Foundation Task Force for Research on Hispanics; the Research Working Group on the Informal Sector, supported by the Ford, Tinker, and Rockefeller Foundations; the Stanford University Project on Mexico-U.S. Relations; the Immigration and Economic Sociology Project sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation (1992-1995); the Comparative Urban Studies project at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington DC (1992-on); The Group of Lisbon sponsored by the Science Program of the European Union and the Gulbenkian Foundation (Portugal 1993-1998).

 

She has served on several scientific juries for, among others, the French Government's Ministry of Urban Affairs and the Belgian Government's Agency on Science and Technology in the Office of the Prime Minister.  She has often served as an advisor, including to Queens Borough President Claire Shulman's Blue Ribbon Panel on Government; the New York State Industrial Corporation Council; Global Chicago; the LSE Mayors Project of the Cities Programme; and World Economic Forum's Club of Mayors.  Over the years she has served on the board of diverse professional journals and organizations. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Sociological Research Association, the European Academy of Sciences, The Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands, and the Atheneum (UK).

 

She has received multiple research grants and awards. Besides the already mentioned grantors, they include the Ford Foundation, Tinker Foundation, The Mellon Foundation, The Revson Foundation, Chicago Institute for Architecture and Urbanism, Twentieth Century Fund, American Academy in Berlin.  A studio she co-directed won the national prize of the American Institute of Certified Planners.  She was a Fellow at the Wissenshaftszentrum Berlin, Germany; Distinguished Lecturer at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria; Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Law School of the University of Toronto; Visiting Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. She has been a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (Palo Alto). She has served as visiting professor in large number of institutions; most recently she was named the 2012 Luhmann Visiting Professor at the University of Bielefeld, Germany.

 

She has received Doctor Honoris Causa from DePaul University (Chicago) where she also gave the commencement address, Delft University (Netherlands), Universite de Poitiers (France), the Royal Stockholm Technical University (Sweden), Ghent University (Belgium), Warwick University (UK), Ecole Normale Superieure (Paris), Universidad de Murcia (Spain), European University Institute (Florence), Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires and Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (both from Argentina), Universidad de Valencia (Spain).

 

She was awarded the Prince of Asturias Prize in the Social Sciences in 2013, selected for membership to the Royal Academy of the Sciences of the Netherlands, and made a Chevalier du Ordre des Arts et Lettres by the French Government. Other honors and prizes from bodies representing diverse disciplines in the social sciences, include most recently Honorary Geographer (2011) by the American Geographers Association,  Eminent Development Scholar (2012) by the International Studies Association, Eminent Scholar in Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Migration Studies (2014) by the International Studies Association. She has delivered many named lectures, among them the 1994 Henry Luce Lecture at Clark University, the 1995 Memorial Schoff Lectures at Columbia University, the 1997 LeFrak Lecture at the University of Maryland, the 1999 Georg Simmel Lectures at Humboldt University (Berlin), the 2000 Theodore Hesburgh Lectures on Politics and Ethics at the University of Notre Dame, the 2005 Sherril Lecture at the Yale University Law School, the 2010 Coulson lecture at Oxford University, The Luhman Lecture at  Bielefeld University, The Storrs Lectures in Jurisprudence and Philosophy at the Yale University Law School, and multiple named lectures at universities worldwide.

Saskia Sassen is the Robert S. Lynd Professor of Sociology, and Chairs The Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University (www.saskiasassen.com). She is a student of cities, immigration, and states in the world economy, with inequality, gendering and digitization three key variables running though her work. Born in the Netherlands, she grew up in Argentina and Italy, studied in France, was raised in five languages, and began her professional life in the United States. She is the author of eight books and the editor or co-editor of three books. Together, her authored books are translated in over twenty languages. She has received many awards and honors, among them multiple doctor honoris causa, the 2013 Principe de Asturias Prize in the Social Sciences, election to the Royal Academy of the Sciences of the Netherlands, and made a Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres by the French government.

 

In each of the three major completed projects that comprise her 20 years of research, Sassen starts with a thesis that posits the unexpected and the counterintuitive in order to cut through established “truths.” These projects engendered her three major books. In The Mobility of Labor and Capital (Cambridge University Press 1988), her thesis is that foreign investment in less developed countries can actually raise the likelihood of emigration if that investment goes to labor-intensive sectors and/or devastates the traditional economy. Her thesis went against established notions that such investment would retain potential emigrants.

 

In The Global City (Princeton University Press 1991; 2nd ed 2001) her thesis is that the global economy needs very specific territorial insertions, and that this need is sharpest in the case of highly globalized and digitized sectors such as finance. This went against established notions at the time that the global economy transcended territory and its associated regulatory umbrellas.

 

In the award-winning Territory, Authority, Rights: From Medieval to Global Assemblages (Princeton University Press 2006), her thesis is that today’s partial but foundational transformations, from economic to cultural and subjective, take place largely inside thick national settings and institutions. She conceptualizes these as denationalizing dynamics that operate alongside the more familiar globalizing dynamics. This denationalizing of what was historically constructed as national is more significant than much of the self-evidently global.

 

Her new book is Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy (Harvard University Press/Belknap 2014). It launches a fourth major research project. The organizing thesis is that our global modernity is marked by systemic expulsions of all sorts: we are beyond simply more inequality, more poverty, more refugees in the global south, and so on. And it is often our complex intermediary processes, requiring talent and knowledge, which are facilitating such expulsions.

 

Her current writing focuses on two projects. One is “Ungoverned Territories” (Harvard University Press), a second book that is part of this fourth major research phase. It seeks to capture the making of ambiguous jurisdictions that escape the grip of existing national and international institutions. The other is preparation the publication of her Storrs Lectures in Jurisprudence and Philosophy, delivered at the Yale University Law School in 2012.

 

In addition, she is completing a two-year research project on Mobilities, supported by a research gift from AUDI. She also continues her work in a large collective project, The Urban Age, whose focus is on extreme urbanism. It is funded by the Herrhausen Foundation, and the multi-year grant was renewed in January 2013 for a second three-year cycle. A new collective project is on Conventional Governance Systems and Human Security, supported by a large grant from the European Union Research Council.

 

Besides the already mentioned books, she is the author of A Sociology of Globalization (Norton 2007; Losing Control? Sovereignty in an Age of Globalization (Columbia University Press 1996); Globalization and its Discontents. Essays on the Mobility of People and Money (New Press 1998); Guests and Aliens (New Press, 1999), Cities in a World Economy (Pine Forge/Sage, 1994; with 3 fully updated editions in 2000, 2006, and 2011). Her edited books are Deciphering the Global: Its Scales, Spaces and Subjects (Routledge 2007), Human Settlement and the Environmental Challenge (Oxford: EOLS 2006), Global Networks/Linked Cities (Routledge 2002), and the co-edited Digital Formations (Princeton University Press 2005. She has published over 100 academic articles in peer-reviewed journals.

 

All her edited books are based on larger collective research projects, sponsored by funding entities. Global Networks, Linked Cities (London and New York: Routledge 2002) is based on a large multi-year UNU based and sponsored project with researchers in six countries. A second edited book recently completed is Human Settlement and the Environmental Challenge (Oxford: EOLS 2006), one of the 14 volumes in the UNESCO Encyclopedia on the Environment; this involved setting up a network of researchers and activists in over 30 countries. The co-edited Digital Formations: Information Technologies and New Architectures in the Global Realm (Princeton University Press 2005) is based on a four year project she chaired for the Social Science Research Council, with support from the Ford Foundation. Finally, Deciphering the Global: Its Scales, Spaces and Subjects (Routledge 2007) is based on the Transnationalism Project set up and run by Sassen at the University of Chicago, 1998-2007.

 

She regularly writes for general audience publications. Her comments have appeared in The Guardian, The New York Times, Le Monde Diplomatique, Le Monde, International Herald Tribune, Vanguardia, Clarin, Die Zeit, Newsweek International, The Financial Times, among others. She is a regular contributor to OpenDemocracy.net.and HuffingtonPost.com.

 

Her recent professional activities include the following completed projects: Member of the Board of Directors, IBA (an initiative supported by the German Government with 300 million Euros for the upgrading of a vast poverty area in the North of Germany); Member, International Advisory Board chaired by the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, for the Mayor of Rotterdam, Ahmed Aboutaleb, the first Muslim Mayor of any major city in Europe; Member of the Panel on Urban Population Dynamics, Committee on Population of the National Academy of Sciences; Chair, Information Technology and International Cooperation Committee of the Social Science Research Council; Director, Transnationalism Project of the University of Chicago; and co-Chair of the economy section of the Global Chicago Project. She was one of eight experts on the Mastercard Worldwide Centers of Commerce Index, a vast project involving 60 variables, from economic to social, covering 75 major and minor global cities around the world.

 

In the past, she has directed and been a member of several research projects. She directed a two-year Volkswagen funded project on cities and global governance, and a five-year multi-country project on global cities and cross-border networks for the Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University (Tokyo). In the 1980s and 1990s she co-directed the Hispanic Women in the Garments and Electronics Industries in New York and California, supported by the Tinker and Ford Foundations, was a member of the Japan-based project on Economic Restructuring in the U.S. and Japan, sponsored by the United Nations Center on Regional Development and MIT (1988-1990); the  SSRC (Social Science Research Council) Working Group on New York City, sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation (1985-1990); the SSRC Committee on Hispanic Public Policy, sponsored by the Ford Foundation (1987-1991); the New York-London Comparative Study sponsored by the Economic Social Research Council of the United Kingdom (1990-1995).  She also was a member of the Ford Foundation Task Force for Research on Hispanics; the Research Working Group on the Informal Sector, supported by the Ford, Tinker, and Rockefeller Foundations; the Stanford University Project on Mexico-U.S. Relations; the Immigration and Economic Sociology Project sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation (1992-1995); the Comparative Urban Studies project at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington DC (1992-on); The Group of Lisbon sponsored by the Science Program of the European Union and the Gulbenkian Foundation (Portugal 1993-1998).

 

She has served on several scientific juries for, among others, the French Government's Ministry of Urban Affairs and the Belgian Government's Agency on Science and Technology in the Office of the Prime Minister.  She has often served as an advisor, including to Queens Borough President Claire Shulman's Blue Ribbon Panel on Government; the New York State Industrial Corporation Council; Global Chicago; the LSE Mayors Project of the Cities Programme; and World Economic Forum's Club of Mayors.  Over the years she has served on the board of diverse professional journals and organizations. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Sociological Research Association, the European Academy of Sciences, The Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands, and the Atheneum (UK).

 

She has received multiple research grants and awards. Besides the already mentioned grantors, they include the Ford Foundation, Tinker Foundation, The Mellon Foundation, The Revson Foundation, Chicago Institute for Architecture and Urbanism, Twentieth Century Fund, American Academy in Berlin.  A studio she co-directed won the national prize of the American Institute of Certified Planners.  She was a Fellow at the Wissenshaftszentrum Berlin, Germany; Distinguished Lecturer at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria; Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Law School of the University of Toronto; Visiting Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. She has been a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (Palo Alto). She has served as visiting professor in large number of institutions; most recently she was named the 2012 Luhmann Visiting Professor at the University of Bielefeld, Germany.

 

She has received Doctor Honoris Causa from DePaul University (Chicago) where she also gave the commencement address, Delft University (Netherlands), Universite de Poitiers (France), the Royal Stockholm Technical University (Sweden), Ghent University (Belgium), Warwick University (UK), Ecole Normale Superieure (Paris), Universidad de Murcia (Spain), European University Institute (Florence), Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires and Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (both from Argentina), Universidad de Valencia (Spain).

 

She was awarded the Prince of Asturias Prize in the Social Sciences in 2013, selected for membership to the Royal Academy of the Sciences of the Netherlands, and made a Chevalier du Ordre des Arts et Lettres by the French Government. Other honors and prizes from bodies representing diverse disciplines in the social sciences, include most recently Honorary Geographer (2011) by the American Geographers Association,  Eminent Development Scholar (2012) by the International Studies Association, Eminent Scholar in Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Migration Studies (2014) by the International Studies Association. She has delivered many named lectures, among them the 1994 Henry Luce Lecture at Clark University, the 1995 Memorial Schoff Lectures at Columbia University, the 1997 LeFrak Lecture at the University of Maryland, the 1999 Georg Simmel Lectures at Humboldt University (Berlin), the 2000 Theodore Hesburgh Lectures on Politics and Ethics at the University of Notre Dame, the 2005 Sherril Lecture at the Yale University Law School, the 2010 Coulson lecture at Oxford University, The Luhman Lecture at  Bielefeld University, The Storrs Lectures in Jurisprudence and Philosophy at the Yale University Law School, and multiple named lectures at universities worldwide.

 

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Fernando Alvim

Criativo/Apresentador Radio e TV (Antena 3 e RTP)

Fernando Alvim

Fernando Alvim nasceu em 1974, em Vila Nova de Gaia. É radialista, humorista e apresentador. Estreou-se aos 13 anos a fazer rádio: da Rádio Nova Era à Rádio Press, da Rádio Energia à TSF, da Rádio Comercial à Antena 3, onde hoje se encontra. Pelo meio, apresentou os programas Top Rock (TVI), Curto-Circuito (SIC Radical), Perfeito Anormal, Cine XL e Boa Noite Alvim. Seguiu-se o 5 para a Meia-Noite (RTP 2) e É a Vida Alvim (+TVI).

Apresenta há mais de dez anos o programa Prova Oral, na Antena 3. Dirige a Speaky.TV, a revista 365, o Festival Termómetro e o Festival Alternativo do Ano. Criou os Monstros do Ano, a Regata de Barquinhos a Remos e os Prémios Novos. Organizou ainda o encontro Portugal É Agora, em dezembro em 2013, no Pavilhão do Conhecimento. Mantém o blogue Esperobemquenão.

Publicou, em 2008, o livro Alvim: 50 Anos de Carreira (Esfera dos Livros), após ter publicado a obra No Dia em Que Fugimos Tu não Estavas em Casa (Edições Quasi, 2003). É também o criador da editora Cego Surdo e Mudo, na qual editou Mente-me Só se For Verdade (2013), Não És tu, Sou eu (2012) e Não Atires Pedras a Estranhos Porque Pode Ser o Teu Pai (2010).

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Xiaojing Huang

Strategy Director of YANG DESIGN

Xiaojing Huang

Renowned Design Strategist and Trend Expert, Strategy Director of YANG DESIGN, founder of Design Strategy Institution.

Xiaojing studied in Guangzhou and Berlin from experience design expert and has rich experience in product strategy, user study, service design, brand DNA and trend study. As strategic director of YANG DESIGN, the most forward-looking design consultancy in China, she has been leading the strategic team to build the UX Lab, CMF Lab and Service Design Lab, defining design strategy to realize business value for companies in different development stages. Her clients are leading brands including Boeing, BMW, GM, Toyota, Hoda, Nissan, Hyundai, KIA, Fujitsu, BOSE, Schneider Electric, Hitachi and Haier.
Winner of Red Dot Design Award, IDEA and Design For Asia Silver Award. Writer of China Design Trends Report, Lifestyle Aesthetic Business Trend Report, China Home Trend Report and China Sub-culture Lifestyle Report, and design column writer magazines including md. Invited speaker and judge of many design events including TEDx, Color Marketing Group, CareShow, Semiofest.

YANG DESIGN is the world's leading product strategy and design consultancy.

YANG DESIGN is the very first Chinese winner of the top 4 international awards -- Red Dot, iF, G-Mark and IDEA, and has won more than 60 design awards in history.

The founder used to study and work in Germany, in praise of a systematic, logical and accurate design method. Today, YANG DESIGN has over 40 strategy and design experts with international background and solid local insights. It has rich experiences in product strategy and design, user experience and service design, brand DNA definition, trend watching and CMF study.

YANG DESIGN persists on the design philosophy of “Creating perfect user experiences”, and helps to achieve innovative business value for local and international renowned brands. Some of the partners are Boeing, China Eastern Airline, Baiyun Airport, Guangzhou Metro, Audi, GM, Volvo, Honda, Toyota, KIA, Infiniti, DS, Siemens, Bosch, Samsung, Philips, ABB, Schneider Electric, BOSE, Hitachi, Lenovo, Haier and HTC. YANG DESIGN is experienced in industries of home appliance, consumer electronics, transportation, home lifestyle product, sports and leisure, public facility and guidance system for public information. Publications include Design Trend Report, Lifestyle Aesthetic Business Trend Report, China Sub-culture Lifestyle Report and China’s Post80&90s Consumption Trends.

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Paulo Neves

Presidente Executivo da Portugal Telecom

Paulo Neves

Paulo Neves  é Presidente Executivo da Portugal Telecom desde Julho de 2015. Licenciado em Engenharia Eletrotécnica pelo Instituto Superior Técnico, fez todo o seu percurso profissional na área das telecomunicações, tecnologias e inovação. Com um profundo conhecimento das TIC a nível nacional e internacional, especializou-se em Gestão de Empresas de Telecomunicações pelo Instituto Superior de Transportes/Instituto de Empresa de Madrid.

Anteriormente às funções desempenhadas na Portugal Telecom, foi Presidente do Conselho de Diretivo da AMA (Agência para a Modernização Administrativa), entre 2012 e 2015. Em 1998, integrou o grupo Oni onde desempenhou funções de direção nas áreas da Regulação e Business Development, Planeamento Operacional, Marketing e Negócios Internet.

Iniciou a carreira profissional em 1985, nos CTT, na área de telecomunicações (a futura Portugal Telecom), onde permaneceu até 1989, ano em que integrou a Ericsson Portugal. Nesta multinacional foi membro da equipa de Gestão Executiva e exerceu diversos cargos chave nas áreas de Suporte Técnico, Marketing e Vendas, Responsabilidade de Gestão Transversal de Unidade de Negócios Empresariais e de Desenvolvimento Estratégico.

Foi membro da Direção da APDC e Vice-Presidente da Direção da Apritel.

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Rob Adams

Founder of Six Fingers

Rob Adams

Rob is the founder of Six Fingers and is the continuous challenger. There is nothing he enjoys more than challenging existing dogmas to expand the opportunities or identify new conceptual frameworks. Everything Rob does is connected with his strong conviction in the idea that every problem has already been solved. In short, search for the existing solutions instead of reinventing the wheel every time. According to Rob, renewal doesn’t come from creation but from combination.

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Carl Piva

TM Forum/VP Strategic Programs

Carl Piva

Carl is VP Strategic Programs at TM Forum. Now he is leading the Smart City Forum with the vision to provide the business and technology blueprint for a scalable and sustainable Smart City, underpinning the top 100 Smart Cities by 2020.

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Joe Dignam

Future Cities Catapult

Joe Dignam

É um notável perito em temas Smart City. Um profissional hybrido; em casa e nos sectores público ou privado, tem um histórico no setor publico, ICT, relações PME, desenvolvimento economico, educação e promoção digital no Reino Unido, Europa, tendo além do mais vivido no Médio e Extremo Oriente. O Joe foi recentemente “contratado” pela Future Cities Catapult e as suas funções anteriores incluiram a Cidade de Bristol e os cargos de Chief Analyst de uma multinacional e ainda Public Sector World Wide Industry Managing Director for Local and Regional government for Microsoft. Integra atualmente o comité de peritos do Banco Mundial e integra ainda o Grupo de Stakeholders da Comissão Europeia para Smart Cities e está ainda identificado como perito no programa de Smart Cities EU-China. Tem uma excelente rede de contactos internacionais em todas as areas incluindo sector publico e privado. É citado pela BBC, colaborou como comentador de industrial na BBC News, entrevistas ao The Economist, CNN e Finantial Times. Contribui também para debate sobre Smart Cities no The Economist .

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Francis Pisani

Jornalista especializado em TIC e Inovação

Francis Pisani

Curioso, multicultural e já não tão jovem, viajo pelo mundo inteiro à procura de inovações e mudanças trazidas pela criatividade humana usando as tecnologias de informação e comunicação.

Jornalismo: coluna semanal no El País (Madrid), Reforma (México), blog no website Le Monde (Paris), histórias e artigos publicados por mais de uma centena de jornais e revistas na Europa, Américas, África e Asia.

Ensino: cursos e palestras na UC-Berkeley, Stanford University, Universidad IberoAmericans (Mexico), Fundación para un nuevo periodismo iberoamericano (Colombia), research project for the Ford Foundation.
Conferencias e consultoria: jornalismo e os novos media, o impacto social das tecnologias de informação, globalização e relações internacionais, importância atual das redes.

Livros:
> 1991: Huracán Coeur-du-ciel (J.-Cl. Lattés). Novel. A Spanish conquistador encounters the Mayan universe in 1511, before Cortés. Translated into Spanish and Norwegian.

> 1979: Muchachos-journal d'un témoin de l'insurrection Sandiniste (Diary of a witness to the Sandinista insurrection)Paris: Encre, 1980. Translated into Spanish and German.

> 1976: Torre Bela, On a tous le droit d'avoir une vie (Torre Bela, everyone is entitled to a life of his own)--Simoën, Paris, 1976. A farmers' cooperative in Portugal during the carnations' revolution. Translated into Portuguese and Japanese.

Documentarios TV:
> 1992: Documentary: The Mayas for the French television channel Canal Plus.
> 1987: Documentary: Cubans for the British Channel 4

Percurso Académico:

> Doctor in Political Science/Latin American Studies. Dissertation on the region surrounding the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea: La Méditerrannée des Amériques, plexus du continent. La Sorbonne, Paris, 2000.

> Diplôme de l'Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Diploma at the Political Studies Institute of Paris), 1964.

> Licence en Droit Public (M.A. in law), 1964.

> Certificat d'Etudes Supérieures de sociologie (post-graduate certificate in sociology), Sorbonne, 1965.

> Certificat d'Etudes Supérieures d'économie politique (post-graduate certificate in political economy), 1965.

Languages: fluent in French, Spanish, English, Portuguese; good in Italian; unpracticed basic Japanese.

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Andrew Collinge

Greater London Authority SMART CITIES LEAD

Andrew Collinge

Andrew Collinge is a member of the Senior Management Team at the Greater London Authority. As Assistant Director he is responsible for 50 staff across all of programme delivery (overseeing the current ESF programme and the development of the ESF 14-20 programme), city data, engagement and social research, economics and evaluation of city policy and projects.

Andrew has significant political experience and was selected to write the Mayor of London’s 2020 Vision – the key strategy exercise of the current Mayoralty. He is also the Greater London Authority’s lead on Smart Cities, working to the Smart London Board. Andrew is a member of the board of Funding London, so has experience in the design and implementation of loan and equity financing arrangements to support growth sectors and deliver against city political priorities. Andrew also serves on various boards relevant to the call topic (e.g. Warwick University’s Institute for Science in Cities; the British Standards Institute Board on Smart City Standards). Through the London Datastore, which is run from his directorate, Andrew is working on various initiatives – e.g. he convenes the London Borough Data Partnership –which make the case for exploitation of city data in London.

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João Matos Fern...

Ministro Ambiente

João Matos Fernandes

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Ina Homeier

Smart City Viena Project Manager

Ina Homeier

Smart City Wien Project Manager

Arquiteta que tem trabalhado no departamento de planeamento urbano da Cidade de Viena desde 1994. Foi durante anos a repsonsável pelo planeamento  e uso do solo urbano (21st disctrict). Entre 1998 e 2001 trabalhou como Directora Geral para Investigação na Comissão Europeia, onde foi responsável pelos temas de planeamento urbano e projetos de investigação “The City of Tomorrow and Cultural Heritage”. Em 2001, regressa para o Departamento de Urbanismo e Planeamento de Viena onde se focou nos projetos de investigação da UE. Mais tarde veio para Portugal, onde esteve vários anos, trabalhando como parceira de uma empresa portuguesa.

Desde 2011 que está de regresso à sua atividade no Planamento Urbano onde dirige o projeto vienense de Smart City, coorndenando as actividades de smart city de Viena, especialmente relacionadas com estratégia e conteúdo. Diversos projetos nacionais e co-financiads pela UE foram implementados e o desenvolvimento da Smart City Viena esteve sempre sob sua alçada. Desde 2013 que Ina supervisiona e desenha o mais recente projecto vienense de integração de estratégia de framework adoptado pelo Município de Viena em Junho de 2014.

Durante anos Ina foi nomeada perita para avaliação e financiamento de projetos de investigação financiados pela UE.

Integra:

The Smart City Wien steering group and of the MoU steering group of the City of Vienna and the Austrian Federal Ministry for transport, Innovation and Technology.

Viennese Advisory Council for Green Electricity.

City of Vienna (Municipal Department for Urban Planning)

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Almeida Henriques

Presidente Municipio Viseu/RENER

Almeida Henriques

É atualmente Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Viseu, foi deputado à Assembleia da República, na XII Legislatura, tendo sido eleito como cabeça-de-lista pelo círculo de Viseu ainda Presidente da Assembleia Municipal de Viseu e da Assembleia da Comunidade Intermunicipal Viseu Dão Lafões.

Entre Junho de 2011 e Abril de 2013, exerceu as funções de Secretário de Estado Adjunto da Economia e Desenvolvimento Regional do XIX Governo Constitucional, tendo-se destacado no lançamento de programas de política pública como o “Revitalizar” ou o “Valorizar”, na reprogramação estratégica e no avanço da execução do QREN (Quadro de Referência Estratégic o Nacional) e na aprovação e implementação do pacote de medidas de apoio às famílias endividadas e de disciplina de práticas bancárias abusivas.

Deputado à Assembleia da República nas IX, X e XI Legislaturas, foi vice-presidente do Grupo Parlamentar do PSD na XI Legislatura com a coordenação da área económica, tendo também exercido as funções de vice-presidente da Comissão de Assuntos Económicos da Assembleia da República e de vice-presidente da Delegação da OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe).

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Vitor Pereira

Jornalista/Blogger/Estratega Urbano

Vitor Pereira

Personalidade do Ano Smart Cities 2015; Diretor da revista Smart Cities; Head of Strategy da Conteúdo Chave, Lda.

Mais de 24 anos como profissional de rádio e imprensa, como jornalista, editor, diretor e fundador. Nos últimos dedica-se à Agência de Comunicação e Inovação Conteúdo Chave, especializada em novas tecnologias aplicadas ao sector dos Media, Turismo e Cidades e que está entre os principais Stakeholders europeus relacionados com as Smart Cities.
Blogger oficial de alguns dos maiores eventos e plataformas globais dedicados ao tema das Smart Cities e é responsável pela plataforma independente “Smart Cities Online” (www.smartcitiesonline.net).
Desde Abril de 2014 que é embaixador em Portugal, do concurso mundial Young Innovators Competition, promovido pela ITU, principal agência das Nações Unidas para as Novas Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação (TIC).
Desde 2014, é diretor do evento internacional SMART TRAVEL.
Representante em Portugal do Smart City Business Institute criado em 2014 e lançado publicamente já em 2015 em Barcelona.
Foi distinguido com o prémio Personalidade Smart Cities Live 2015, atribuído, pela primeira vez, no âmbito da Green Business Week, uma iniciativa da Fundação AIP, com o intuito de “distinguir a personalidade que durante o ano de 2014 mais contribuiu para a divulgação e desenvolvimento dos territórios e cidades de Portugal e dos seus projetos no âmbito da sustentabilidade e inteligência”.

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Saskia Beer

Zo!City

Saskia Beer

Saskia Beer is an Amsterdam-based urban transformation entrepreneur and founder of ZO!City and TransformCity®. Her mission is to empower citizens and local communities to take collective ownership over the transformation challenges and opportunities in their own neighbourhood.

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António Vidigal

Presidente EDP Inovação

António Vidigal

António Vidigal é Presidente da EDP Inovação, empresa que tem por missão desenvolver Inovação de Valor Acrescentado no Grupo EDP. A energia “offshore”, é uma das áreas em que  EDP Inovação foca a sua atividade, tendo o projeto de energia “offshore” flutuante WindFloat, resultado deste esforço de inovação e desenvolvimento.

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Jose Mendes

Secretary of State for the Environment of the Portuguese government

Jose Mendes

José Mendes is Advisor and Secretary of State for the Environment of the Portuguese government. He holds the guardianships of urban mobility, housing and urban regeneration and city policies.

He holds a PhD in Regional Planning and is Professor of Regional and Urban Systems at the University of Minho, where he held between 2009 and 2015 the position of Vice-Dean for Knowledge Valorisation.

As a researcher and visiting professor he worked in different countries, including the United States, Italy, Brazil and Mozambique.

He founded UM-Cities platform and created the City Awards of the Year in Portugal.

He worked as a consultant and evaluator at the European Commission, EACEA, ETF and NERC.

He was the Portuguese delegate at the European Council of Civil Engineers (2010-2014).

He is the author of dozens of studies and projects about urban and regional systems.

He is the author of several books, among which "The Future of Cities" (MinervaCoimbra, 2011).

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Miguel de Castro...

Professor Universitário/NOVA Ims

Miguel de Castro Neto

Professor da NOVA Information Management School onde é sub-diretor e coordena a Pós-Graduação em Smart Cities.

Foi Secretário de Estado do Ordenamento do Território e da Conservação da Natureza do XIX e XX Governo Constitucional da República Portuguesa tendo nesse âmbito lançado a Estratégia Cidades Sustentáveis 2020 e a iniciativa Cidades Analíticas - Acelerar o desenvolvimento das cidades inteligentes em Portugal.

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Paulo Soeiro de ...

General Director for Economy and Innovation

Paulo Soeiro de Carvalho

Paulo Soeiro de Carvalho is currently the General Director for Economy and Innovation in the Lisbon City Council. He is responsible for the areas of Economy/Investment, Entrepreneurship, Innovation/Knowledge, Strategic Clusters and Employment in the City Council.

Paulo Soeiro de Carvalho is a researcher and an expert in Foresight, Strategy and Innovation, with more than 15 years of experience in consulting, teaching and training projects in those fields.

He has been working in consulting projects in the fields of foresight, scenario planning, strategy and innovation with public and private organisations in different industries including telecommunications, electronics, software and tourism. He has been coordinating and facilitating change and innovation projects in different types of industrial and services companies.

In the last years he has been very active in several academic and training activities in the fields of Foresight and Scenario Planning, Strategy and Competitiveness, including the design and the scientific coordination of a Post Graduation in “Foresight, Strategy and Innovation”, advanced executive programs in “Scenario Planning and Strategic Agility” and “Strategy and Leadership”, in ISEG – Lisboa School of Management and Economics / Lisbon University.

Born in 1969 at Lisbon, Paulo has a PhD in Management Sciences in the Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, with a thesis entitled: “Scenarios as a tool to give context and sense to Weak Signals in a process of Competitive Intelligence”. Paulo is graduated in Economics in 1994 (ISEG), concluded a Master in Economics and Management of Science and Technology (ISEG) in 1997 and a Master in Foresight and Strategy (Portuguese Institute for Financial and Fiscal Studies) in 1998.

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Catarina Selada

Head of Cities/Inteli

Catarina Selada

Catarina Selada is Director of Cities Unit of the INTELI - Intelligence in Innovation, Innovation Center. In this context, it has participated in several national and european projects in the field of regional and urban development, focusing in the areas of innovation, sustainability and creativity. It is technique manager of RENER Network - Portuguese Network of Smart Cities, Smart Cities Portugal platform coordinator and responsible for the project Smart Cities Index 2020.

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António Rendas

Reitor Universidade Nova Lisboa

António Rendas

Nasceu em 1949, em Lisboa, e licenciou-se em medicina pela Universidade de Lisboa, em 1972.
Obteve o grau de PhD no Cardiothoracic Institute da University of London, em 1977. Foi Investigador Associado em Patologia na Harvard Medical School e no Children's Hospital Medical Center, em Boston, EUA, em 1978.
Prestou provas públicas para Professor Extraordinário de Fisiopatologia, em 1979, na Faculdade de Ciências Médicas (FCM) e é Professor Catedrático de Fisiopatologia desde 1982.
Foi Director do Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical durante três anos (1983-1986) e Subdiretor da Faculdade de Ciências Médicas entre 1990 e 1996. Foi nomeado Director da FCM em 1996 e até 2006.

Presidente do Conselho de Reitores, desde Março de 2010 a Setembro de 2014.

Reitor da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, desde Janeiro de 2007.

Autor e co-autor de 138 comunicações e 76 artigos científicos a nível nacional e internacional. Investigador principal em 7 projectos nacionais.
Realizou várias consultadorias nacionais e internacionais e é actualmente Membro do Conselho Consultivo de Bolsas de Estudos da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Membro do Conselho Executivo da Association of Medical Schools in Europe, Membro do Comité de Acompanhamento para a Autonomy Scorecard da European University Association e Membro do Comité Executivo da UNICA, Reseau des Universités des Capitales Européennes.

Principais áreas de investigação: patologia respiratória, avaliação biomédica do envelhecimento, educação médica, gestão universitária e indicadores de desempenho.

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Hernâni Dias

Presidente do Município de Bragança

Hernâni Dias

Possui Bacharelato em Secretariado e Licenciatura em Ensino de Português/Francês. Exerceu funções docentes em várias escolas do distrito de Bragança, desde 1997 até 2001. Neste ano e até 2008 foi Presidente da Junta de Freguesia de Sendas. Em 2003, é nomeado Delegado Regional do Instituto Português da Juventude e, em 2005, assume funções de Chefe do Gabinete de Apoio pessoal do Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Bragança, Eng.º António Jorge Nunes. Em 2009, assume funções de Vereador a tempo inteiro com os pelouros do Urbanismo, Equipamento, Habitação Social, Juventude e Desporto. Desde 2013 é Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Bragança e do Brigantia EcoPark.

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Hugo Nunes

Vice-presidente Município Loulé

Hugo Nunes

Hugo Nunes nasceu a 12 de junho de 1973, em Loulé. É licenciado em Economia pela Universidade do Algarve, Faculdade de Ciências Económicas e Empresariais. Frequentou o MBA em Finanças Empresariais na mesma Faculdade, entre 2012 e 2013 frequentou o Programa PADIS – Programa de Alta Direção de Instituições de Saúde – na AESE, Escola de Direção e Negócios.

Iniciou a sua carreira profissional na Delegação Regional do Algarve da Associação Nacional de Jovens Empresários onde entre 1996 e 1999 foi diretor executivo, nesse período colaborou também com a Escola Profissional Agostinho Roseta, onde foi responsável pelas disciplinas de Economia e Cálculo Financeiro. Entre 1999 e 2002 foi vereador da Câmara Municipal de Loulé, responsável pelos pelouros de Aprovisionamento e Património, Modernização Administrativa e Informática, Gestão Financeira, Atividades Económicas, Contraordenações e Juventude. Foi Membro do Conselho de Administração da Agência de Desenvolvimento Regional do Algarve (Globalgarve, SA) e do Business Inovation Centre Algarve-Huelva (BIC Algarve-Huelva), em representação da Câmara Municipal de Loulé.

De 2002 a 2005 foi Consultor, Formador e Mediador na área da Formação Profissional.

Em Outubro de 2005 foi eleito Deputado à Assembleia da República na X Legislatura, cargo que exerceu até 2009. Foi membro das Comissões Parlamentares Permanentes de Orçamento e Finanças e Obras Públicas, Transportes e Comunicações, membro da Comissão de Inquérito sobre a situação que levou à nacionalização do BPN e sobre a Supervisão Bancária Inerente, membro da Comissão de Inquérito Parlamentar ao Exercício da Supervisão dos Sistemas Bancário, Segurador e de Mercado de Capitais, membro efetivo da Subcomissão Parlamentar de Segurança Rodoviária, Coordenador do Grupo de Trabalho para o processo legislativo de revisão do Decreto 73/73 e membro dos Grupos Parlamentares Portugal-Tunísia e Portugal-Cabo Verde.

De novembro de 2009 até à tomada de posse a 19 de outubro de 2013 foi Técnico Superior no Hospital Central de Faro, tendo entre Janeiro de 2010 e Dezembro de 2011 estas funções sido suspensas para exercício das funções de Vogal do Conselho de Administração do Hospital de Faro.

Desenvolveu atividades no mundo associativo, nomeadamente na JADR – Jovens Associados para o Desenvolvimento Regional do Algarve, DECO, Clube BTT Terras de Loulé e Fundação António Aleixo.

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António Vicente

European Comission

António Vicente

António Vicente is Head of Cabinet of Commissioner Carlos Moedas, in charge of Research, Science and Innovation.
Prior to that he held the same position in the cabinet of Carlos Moedas, in his role as Secretary of State to the Prime Minister of Portugal, monitoring the Portuguese adjustment programme and serving as the dedicated interface with the EC, ECB and IMF (2011-2014).
In 1999, António Vicente joined the Luso-American Foundation, a Portuguese grant-making not-for-profit organisation, reaching the rank of director. Between 2004 and 2005, he served in the Office of the Prime Minister of Portugal. He was also a regular contributor to the Economist Intelligence Unit, writing a monthly report on the political situation in Portugal (2006-2011), and served pro bono in the Board of Directors of the British Portuguese Chamber of Commerce.
António has an undergraduate degree in International Relations from the Technical University of Lisbon, a Masters in Political Theory from the London School of Economics (Chevening Scholar) and a Masters in Economics from Nova School of Business and Economics.

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Lucia Scopelliti

Smart City Coordinator, Municipality of Milan

Lucia Scopelliti

Lucia Scopelliti has been working for the Comune di Milano since 2009 in the areas of social policy, social innovation, sharing economy and other initiatives in place to support innovative startups. She is currently responsible for the Smart City Office, Department of Employment, Economic Development and University in the Municipality of Milan.

Previous posts held: Intern at the OECD, Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, Paris, Consultant at FAO, Rome. She is author of several publications on international scientific journals and currently teaches at the Master in Management and Innovation of Public Administration at the Catholic University of Milan.

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João Fernandes

General-Manager in NEC Portugal

João Fernandes

João Paulo Fernandes has a professional experience of more than 20 years, holding a degree in Electrotechnical and Computers Engineering from Instituto Superior Técnico and an MBA with specialization in Marketing from Universidade Católica.

Since 2005 he is General-Manager in NEC Portugal, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the NEC Group.

Based on its Mid-term Management Plan, the NEC Group globally provides "Solutions for Society" that promote the safety, security, efficiency and equality of society. Under the company's corporate message of "Orchestrating a brighter world," NEC aims to help solve a wide range of challenging issues and to create new social value for the changing world of tomorrow.

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Pedro Bóleo

BrainIntelligence

Pedro Bóleo

Com mais de 20 anos de experiência em programação e bases de dados, desenvolveu ou foi responsável pelo desenvolvimento de projetos para a Motorola, Portugal Telecom, Renault, Garnier, Força Aérea Portuguesa, Microsoft, ARS LVT e diversas Embaixadas; participou ainda no Concurso Nacional de Software da Microsoft em 2003 onde chegou à final, e é neste momento o Chief Software Architect da BrainIntelligence, onde se dedica ao desenvolvimento de ideias e projetos inovadores como o Intel4Lex e o GeoBrain. Nos tempos livres (quando existem), dedica-se à fotografia e astronomia.

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Luís Capão

Administrador na Cascais Ambiente

Luís Capão

É engenheiro florestal pelo ISA-UTL (2004), tendo prosseguido os seus estudos pelo programa de mestrado em Sistemas de Informação pela IMS-UNL (2006). Foi investigador no Grupo de Detecção Remota do IGP, onde desenvolveu classificadores para cartografia nacional a partir de imagens provenientes de satélites de média resolução.

Em 2015 concluiu o MBA na AESE/IESE (Universidade de Navarra). O seu percurso de formação inclui ainda participações na Universidade de São Paulo, Indian Institute of Management, ou o IESE (Nova Iorque), para além de ser autor de vários artigos científicos.

Tem desenvolvido trabalho na área da gestão de áreas protegidas, cidadania, cidades inteligentes, optimização de operações e promoção da biodiversidade. É desde 2013 o administrador executivo da empresa municipal Cascais Ambiente, onde desempenha funções na definição estratégica e operação de limpeza urbana e recolha de resíduos, adaptação às alterações climáticas, manutenção de espaços verdes urbanos e gestão da estrutura ecológica de Cascais.

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Pedro Teixeira

EDIGMA

Pedro Teixeira

With a degree in Product Design and a post-graduation in Art and Technology, Pedro Pinto Teixeira has been working in design, communication and branding for over 10 years. He has extensive experience in corporate communications and has also collaborated with various media outlets such as RUM and Parq Magazine.

In 2015 he assumed responsibility for the Marketing Department of Edigma, a leading company in the development of interactive experiences, multitouch technology and digital signage.

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Miguel Brito Cam...

Manager INDRA Portugal, SA

Miguel Brito Campos

With over 15 years of experience in the public sector at the level of Consulting of Innovation and Development Projects and Market Management has a degree in Electrotechnical and Computer Engineering from Instituto Superior Técnico (IST).
He is currently Manager in the Market for Public Administration and Health Indra Sistemas Portugal SA, a leading company at European level in the sector of Information Technology, where he coordinates the areas of Municipalities, Smart Cities, Higher Education and Health.
Since 2013 has been developing an implementation solutions plan for Smart Cities/Portuguese Regions, which currently has met with 28 cities / regions in order to draw a specific methodology for each city/region.

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Devanjan Bhattac...

Researcher

Devanjan Bhattacharya

PhD, Manager, Science & Technology, GEO-C Smart Cities Project, NOVA IMS, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, researches on geospatial technologies and geographical information system for sustainable development, planning and management of resources. With a background in information technology and geomatics engineering his current interests range from smart cities geo-informatics to SDIs and big geodata. In this talk he will put forward the notion of opening up smart cities in the context of enhanced citizen participation, open data initiatives and collaborative smart cities development, from the point of view of GEO-C a project funded by EU in NOVA IMS, UNL and how several early stage researchers involved in GEO-C are merging their PhD research areas into one.

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Luís Castanheira

Director Geral da Energaia

Luís Castanheira

Luís Castanheira has been working on Sustainable Energy for the last 20 years. He is the Technical Director for the Investor Confidence Project Europe, and he is also the Managing Director of Energaia - South of Porto Metropolitan Area Energy Management Agency, teaching Sustainable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Buildings at Porto Polytechnic Engineering School. In his international consultancy activity he as worked as an Expert Evaluator for the European Commission, as an Energy Efficiency expert on an EU Technical Assistance project in Egypt, and as a member of the working group responsible for the Electric Utilities Sector Supplement issued by the Global Reporting Initiative.

In his spare times he loves flying, in particular gliders, where he learns a lot about energy management.”

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Gabriela Prata D...

Chief Executive Officer of ADENE

Gabriela Prata Dias

Gabriela Prata Dias is since January 2015 Chief Executive Officer of ADENE – Portuguese National Energy Agency. Previously she was Senior Expert for Energy Efficiency at the Energy Charter Secretariat in Brussels. She has more than 20 years of professional experience in the energy field, namely focusing on energy efficiency and renewable energies.

She is founding member of the Portuguese Platform for Sustainable Growth and of the Portuguese affiliate of the International Association for Energy Economics. She is Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Energy Economics (Elsevier) and for the Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier) and she is also author and co-author of several reports and articles in the energy field published in international reviews and by international organizations.

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Nuno Brito Jorge

CEO of BOA Energia

Nuno Brito Jorge

Nuno Brito Jorge is an environmental engineer (Universidade Católica Portuguesa), a certified project manager (MSc; La Salle Buiness School) and a dedicated entrepreneur.

For the past 10 years he has worked in the European Parliament as an advisor for energy and environmental policy (BE), as an innovation consultant in Spain and Portugal (ATEKNEA) and as a project manager for large scale renewable energy projects (EDP).
Since 2012 Nuno is a co-founder and current CEO of Boa Energia and president of the board of Coopérnico (Portugal’s first renewable energy cooperative). He is also a member of wwww.crescimentosustentavel.org, a Portuguese think tank on sustainable development, where he is rapporteur for the green economy area.

In 2014 Nuno was awarded a Fred Forum Scholarship, an american independent nonprofit organization that promotes world class executive training for NGO leaders, having taken the Global Executive Management course at the MIT Sloan School of Economics.
For the past few years he was an invited speaker in some relevant events, such as the www.recrowdfunding.org conference in London, the Zagreb Crowdfunding Conference, the IRENA workshop on sustainable energy finance in Vienna or Smart Cities Zoom by the Covenant of Mayors. Having faced many difficulties and barriers to his initiatives in citizen investment RES, such as colliding with the different frameworks throughout Europe and the strong limitations imposed to international investments, he envisioned a European framework for European Renewable Energy crowdfunding and a platform to aggregate all the existing national-level initiatives, and where citizens from all over Europe could invest in a RES project from any part of Europe. This is how CITIZENERGY was born"

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Kristina Dely

Covenant of Mayors Office

Kristina Dely

Kristina Dely headed the Covenant of Mayors Office (CoMO) since its establishment in January 2009 until end 2014, and today coordinates CoMO’s capacity building activities in Portugal and Central and Eastern Europe. The office − composed of 5 major European networks of local-authorities − co-ordinates the Covenant of Mayors an initiative by the European Commission, whereby over 6000 local authorities have committed to reduce their CO2 emissions by more than 20% by 2020, and under the new commitments, they commit to a min. 40% reduction by 2030.

Formerly, Kristina was in charge of European Affairs of Energy Cities, a European association representing 1000 local authorities from 30 countries.

Kristina holds a Masters degree in economy and environmental management from Budapest University of Economics and the Ecole de Management de Lyon.

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Paulo Noronha

Secretário Executivo Intermunicipal da CIMDOURO

Paulo Noronha

Licenciado em Engenharia do Ambiente pela Universidade de Aveiro é atualmente o 1º Secretário Executivo Intermunicipal da CIMDOURO, onde ingressou em Janeiro de 2010, tendo iniciado o seu percurso profissional em 1987 no Gabinete de Apoio Técnico do Vale do Douro-Norte, na gestão de projetos de valorização de recursos endógenos. Está desde então ligado às questões de eficiência e diversificação energética, tendo instalado a Agência de Energia do Vale do Douro Norte (AREVDN) em 1996 que supervisionou até à sua integração na CIMDOURO em 2011, exercendo desde essa altura e por inerência das suas funções, também a supervisão da área da Energia na CIMDOURO. Quer na AREVDN quer na CIMDOURO supervisionou projetos municipais nas mais diversas áreas desde a promoção da eficiência energética por substituição de equipamentos ou combustíveis até à utilização racional e redução dos consumos energéticos. Desde 1994 que exerce funções de acompanhamento e gestão de candidaturas aos fundos estruturais da União Europeia, tendo desde 2010, a gestão das operações do PO Regional do Norte contratualizadas com a CIMDOURO.

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Bornito de Sousa...

Ministro da Administração do Território da República de Angola

Bornito de Sousa Baltazar Diogo

Curriculum Político e Associativo
Nomeado Ministro da Administração do Território da República de Angola de Fevereiro de 2010 Setembro de 2012. Foi reconduzido as mesmas funções em 1 de Outubro de 2012, a luz dos resultados eleitorais saídos das Eleições Gerais do mesmo ano.
- Ex-Deputado da Assembleia Nacional (ex-Presidente do Grupo Parlamentar do MPLA).
- Ex-Presidente da Comissão de Relações Exteriores da Assembleia Nacional.
- Ex-Presidente da Comissão de Assuntos Jurídicos, Regimento e Mandatos da Assembleia Nacional.
- Ex-Presidente da Comissão Constitucional da Assembleia Nacional.
- Ex-Vice-Presidente da Assembleia Parlamentar Paritaria ACP – UE.
- Ex-1º Secretário da JMPLA.

Curriculum Profissional
- Advogado (suspenso por incompatibilidade legal).
- Docente da Cadeira de Ciência Politica e Direito Constitucional da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Católica de Angola.
- Docente da Cadeira de Ciência Politica e Direito Constitucional da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade "Agostinho Neto"(suspenso provisoriamente por incompatibilidade de Agenda).

Publicações
Co - autor (com o Prof. Aderito Correia) do livro "'Angola – Historia Constitucional".
Participante de varias Conferencias académicas e interparlamentares em Angola e no estrangeiro.

Principais Áreas de Interesse
- Questões de desenvolvimento
- Informática e novas tecnologias
- Aviação (piloto privado de aviões)
- Pilotagem naval de recreio
- Musica
- Literatura
- Desporto

 

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Paulo Rodrigues

Orbita

Paulo Rodrigues

Administrador do Grupo Miralago/Orbita, desde outubro de 2015, com funções na área do R&D e Marketing, com particular foco no desenvolvimento de soluções de Bike Sharing e outros sistemas de uso coletivo ou partilhado.
11 Anos como Secretario Geral da ABIMOTA, incluindo direção geral e comercial do LEA, laboratório de testes e centro tecnológico das Fileiras da Mobilidade (2 e 4 rodas) e do Habitat (base metal);
Representante português nas Comissões Técnicas CEN (desde 2007) e ISO (desde 2010) para todas as áreas das bicicletas incluindo EPAC (elétricas).
Gestor de projetos a nível nacional e europeu nos domínios da Normalização (incluindo Acessibilidade e“Design for all”); Processos Industrias Sustentáveis, Internacionalização, Mobilidade Suave, Clusters e Gestão da Inovação.
Apoio a empresas em processos de internacionalização e gestão da inovação (certificação IDI). Representante Portugal na CONEBI – Associação Europeia Fabricantes Bicicletas e Componentes
10 Anos como Diretor Adjunto, empresa financeira (SFAC, Leasing e ALD). Direção Regional agencias e rede comercial, incluindo prescritores. (credito automóvel)
3 Anos como Gerente Delegação Leasing , incluindo analise investimentos industriais
Colaboração em consultoria com empresas nacionais e internacionais em projetos pontuais (Alenia Aeronautica and Finmecanica –Italy) ; Thema Strategic Advisory (Grece);
Formação em Engenharia Civil e Economia pela Universidade de Coimbra
Pós Graduação em “Gestão e Pessoas” pela FEUC , Universidade Coimbra

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Miguel Pinto Luz

Vice-Presidente da CM de Cascais

Miguel Pinto Luz

É licenciado pelo Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa em Engenharia Electrotécnica e Engenharia Informática no ano 2000. Em 2001 prosseguiu a sua carreira académica e de investigação tendo concluído Mestrado em Redes de Computadores no IST, onde desempenhou funções de Docente em diversas cadeiras de graus de licenciatura e pós-graduação.
Foi até ao ano 2005 investigador do grupo de sistemas de informação (GSI) do Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores (INESC-ID Lisboa).
Em 2012 conclui MBA na AESE Businesss School / IESE (Universidade Navarra). No seu percurso de formação passou igualmente por diversas escolas internacionais como Harvard Kennedy School (EUA), (Indian Institute of Management) (India), University of Michigan - Ross School of Business (EUA) e Universidad de Navarra – IESE (Espanha).

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João Sousa

Chief Sales Officer/B2B Portugal Telecom

João Sousa

Diretor do Segmento Empresarial na PT desde 2007, foi responsável por diferentes fases e transformações do segmento empresarial, conseguindo atingir a liderança de quota de mercado de clientes e receitas. De 2001 a 2007, foi B2B Market Manager na TMN e responsável pela criação da área de gestão de segmento empresarial.
Com mais de 16 anos de experiência de gestão nas áreas de Marketing, Vendas, CRM, Customer Care e Desenvolvimento de Novos Negócios com controlo total do P&L, iniciou a sua carreira profissional em 1998, como gestor de mercado e de produto empresarial na Marconi, tendo também integrado a equipa original da Teleweb, entre 2000 e 2001.
É licenciado em Gestão e Marketing pelo Instituto de Línguas e Administração, tem um Master em Gestão pelo ISCTE e um Master em Liderança e Inovação pela Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics.

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Francisco Gonça...

Lisboa E-Nova

Francisco Gonçalves

Natural de Lisboa, licenciado em Engenharia do Ambiente pelo Instituto Superior Técnico, e Mestrado em Engenharia do Ambiente pela Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Destaca-se a sua experiência internacional tanto a nível académico como profissional ao longo dos últimos anos (Hungria, Holanda, Alemanha e República Checa). Colabora com a Lisboa E-Nova desde 2009 onde assume funções de coordenação e de gestão de projectos relacionados com gestão urbana: Smart Cities, eficiência energética, produção local de energia renovável e ciclo urbano da água. É o responsável pelos projectos internacionais na agência.

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Pedro Trocado

Bitcliq

Pedro Trocado

Coordenador de Projetos Especiais na Parques de Sintra – Monte da Lua SA (PSML) desde 2012. Responsável pelos serviços multimédia de apoio à visita nos espaços geridos pela PSML na área classificada como “Paisagem Cultural de Sintra-Património na Humanidade”, com destaque para o Guia “Talking Heritage Sintra” para equipamentos móveis. Membro da equipa de desenvolvimento do Projeto “Parques de Sintra Acolhe Melhor”, vencedor do Premio Acesso Cultura 2015.

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Trevor Dorling

Director Digital Greenwich Royal Borough of Greenwich, London

Trevor Dorling

Trevor Dorling is Director of Digital Greenwich, a dedicated unit within Greenwich Council to support the development and implementation of smart city innovation across the Royal Borough of Greenwich. This multi-disciplinary unit reports directly to the Chief Executive, and is tasked with bringing forward new ‘smart city’ approaches, to improve the efficiency of city systems and services, to strengthen the local economy, and to improve  the resilience and sustainability of the Borough’s neighbourhoods and communities.

Trevor is, by background, a Chartered Town Planner and has over 35 years’ experience, working in senior positions in town planning, employment and skills, and economic development within the city authorities. He has played a key role in establishing Greenwich as one of the UK’s leaders in smart city innovation.  Trevor is the London City Lead for the H2020 Sharing Cities programme.

Trevor is co-chair of the Cities Standards Institute, a joint initiative by the British Standards Institution and the Future Cities Catapult, which oversees the development and deployment of smart city standards, and in ISO working groups developing new global smart city standards.  Trevor is also an advisor to London Councils on employment, business and skills and Director of DG Cities Limited – a company set-up and owned by the Royal Borough of Greenwich to work in collaboratively with the private sector innovation.

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WORKSHOP (by COVENANT OF MAYORS) – FREE

Challenges and opportunities of SEAP implementation and financing in Portugal In collaboration with and hosted by: Zoom Smart Cities Event convenant

FREE LUNCH

ZOOM SMART CITIES Opening & Check-In

António Rendas: Welcome Message

Principal Director Universidade Nova (Co-organizer ZOOMSC16)

Fernando Medina: Lisbon City Host

SHARING CITIES: SHARING KNOWLEDGE

SHARING CITIES lighthouse programme aims to be a proving ground for better, common designs for smart cities which fosters international collaboration between industry and cities resulting in affordable solutions. The project will further offer a framework for citizen engagement and collaboration at local level, strengthening trust between cities and citizens.                                                                                                                                                                       Andrew Collinge - View Presentation ➝                                                                                                                           Piero Pelizzaro - View Presentation ➝

Paulo Neves: Smart Cities, natural ecosystem for Telcos

Portugal Telecom’s general strategy for Smart Cities

Fernando Alvim: My Smart City vision

What does a Radio and TV start in a Smart Cities event? We will have the chance to understand, through own voice, how top-notch creative communication professionals understand and feel the cities.                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Almeida Henriques: Portuguese Smart Cities Network

The projects and works that are being developed towards the expansion and solidification of RENER.                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Bornito de Sousa Baltazar Diogo

Saskia Sassen: The Global City belongs to whom?

Saskia Sassen’s research and writing focuses on globalization(including social, economic and political dimensions), immigration, global cities (including cities and terrorism), the new networked technologies, and changes within the liberal state that result from current transnational conditions.                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Smart Cocktail

The end of the first day of ZOOMSC16 with a relaxing moment perfect for direct contact between event’s delegates and speakers.

Opening & Check-in

Welcome Message

José Mendes: Cities, the perfect stage for decarbonisation

Xiaojing Huang: Design & Smart Cities

What’s the opportunity to creative people in cities and how local administrations must motivate the innovation and cultivate a creative ecosystem? The examples from Chinese Megapolis and how design and urban planning are key to the Smart concept.                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Paulo Carvalho: Lisbon: Smart City Strategy

Lisbon is the stage for lot of initiatives, attracting investors, entrepreneurs, new ideas, etc. An authentic Smart City as result of the policy and strategy adopted in the last years. ZOOMSC will feature some of that strategy and representative case studies.                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Francis Pisani: Travel to the Smart Cities from “Datapolis” e “Participolis”

The diverse views of a Smart City don’t end just in the utopic and filosofical concepts. They’re happening nowadays, authentic social and economic revolutions all over the world.

Joe Dignan: Creating cities even more Intelligent

Bristol, has become a worldwide reference in Smart Cities. Because developed, projected and invested an innovative strategy. What cities that want to improve sustainable development need to know?                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Coffee-Break/Networking

Carl Piva: The City as a Startup?

Where there’s intelligence, must be stakeholders, innovation, solutions, and leadership. Find the right partners; showcase the good examples that exist in all world.

João Fernandes: Build a Smart City with IoT and Data

In NEC’s vision, Smart Cities are those who use new technology solutions to offer their citizens more security, efficiency, sustainability and user friendly experiences..                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Ina Homeier: Viena and the results of a real Smart City Strategy

For years, the City of Vienna was considered as being the “World Smartest one”. What were the facts that contribute to that classification? What was the strategy and when it started?                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Pedro Teixeira: The new challenges of ICT in Cities

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Smart Lunch

Pedro Trocado: Parques de Sintra Monte da Lua – Projetos Especiais

Showcase of Talking Heritage project developed by Bitcliq as a success case applied to the heritage promotion and inclusive tourism.                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

SMART TOOL: GeoBRAIN

Saskia Beer: The art of “Citizen Engagement”

One of the actual cities’ challenges is related with the method and actions to involve citizens in events and public participation; what is the secret to keep them engaged and contribute in an enthusiastic way with ideas and solutions? What is the future of Citizen Engagement and how can we unlock their valuable perks?                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Miguel Campos: Smart Everywhere

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Francisco Gonçalves: SHARING CITIES: PARTNERS AND ACTIONS

Who are they? How they will work in consortium? What are the advantages for Lisbon city and what will be the contribution for economic, technical, environmental and sustainable development?                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Portuguese Smart and Creative Cities

ZOOMSC16 has a privileged space and moment for cities to showcase their strategies, solutions and projects. Cities that want a Smart Growth, sustainable progress and economic opportunities to improve their citizen’s quality of life.                                                                                                                                                                       Hernâni Dias - View Presentation ➝                                                                                                                              Miguel Pinto - View Presentation ➝                                                                                                                          ;    Eduardo Rodrigues - View Presentation ➝                                                                                                                            Hugo Nunes - View Presentation ➝                                                                                                                                 Maria Albuquerque - Ver Apresentação ➝

Publico

What ZOOMSC16 assistance thinks about the actual cities? What should we feature and improve and what are the areas that may need more support and investment? This is also the moment to show the results obtained through the PAXVOICE solution (Powered by Compta): Innovation to give voice to the citizen!

Coffee-break/Networking

Devanjan Bhattacharya: GEO-C: Open Smart Cities Platform

GEO-C aims to contribute methods and tools to realise smart and open cities, in which all groups of society can participate on all levels and benefit in many ways. The strands of research in GEO-C will lead to an improved understanding of how to build open cities and will produce a prototypical open city toolkit.                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Paulo Rodrigues: Orbita & Bike-sharing

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Miguel de Castro Neto: NOVA CIDADE

As co-organizer and host of ZOOMSC16 event, NOVA IMS will share with us its actual and future projects in Smart Cities arena.                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

Rob Adams: The right step towards the Creative City

“Only dead fish goes with the flow”. This old saying illustrates the power of human potential to move forward using the most precious tool that we have: the intellect. Creativity is the secret of a rich, social balanced and happy Smart City.

António Vicente: Europe and Smart Cities Strategy

Science and Innovation at European Commission Final interview with a top EU representative with authority in urban planning and strategy for cities.                                                                                                                                                                       View Presentation ➝

The End! See you in ZOOMSC17!

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Ministério do Ambiente associa-se ao Zoom Smart Cities

Porque política é governação e porque a governação deve ser estrategicamente pensada, planeada, executada, a bem da sustentabilidade e progresso dos territórios, o ministério do Ambiente, vai estar representado no Zoom Smart Cities, que decorre a 18 e 19 de maio, em Lisboa. O Zoom Smart Cities foi pensado e planeado como um palco para dar voz a quem decide e quem gere, quer na administração central quer na administração local, mas, essencialmente, para dar voz e oportunidade de partilha a quem pensa, investiga e vive as cidades, nas suas mais diversas componentes. Saskia Sassen, que vai marcar presença no evento no dia 18 de maio, uma das maiores pensadoras do momento, vem responder a uma questão fundamental: A quem pertencem as nossas cidades? A resposta parece simples e óbvia: aos cidadãos. Mas será, efectivamente, assim em todas as cidades. Os cidadãos são tidos em conta nas políticas que se

Zoom Smart Cities um evento internacional à escala das pequenas, médias e grandes cidades

Como é possível projectar um Congresso Internacional sobre Smart Cities que responda às necessidades das pequenas, médias e grandes cidades? Simples! Democratizando o acesso à informação e ao conhecimento, reunindo num mesmo espaço especialistas conceituados nas mais diversas áreas de acção da vida urbana. Assim está a ser trabalhado o ZOOM Smart Cities, um evento de dimensão mundial, que se realiza na capital portuguesa, nos dias 18 e 19 de Maio. Não há receitas simples nem poções mágicas para construir uma cidade inteligente, assim como não há soluções estandardizadas que sirvam a todas as cidades. É nas particularidades, no detalhe, na identidade e na realidade de cada cidade que se deve procurar a solução inteligente, sempre de dentro para fora, de baixo para cima. Mas para isso é imprescindível o acesso à informação, ao conhecimento, é necessário saber o que dizem os especialistas, conhecer casos de estudo, conhecer ferramentas e

Pacto dos Autarcas junta-se ao ZOOM Smart Cities

A iniciativa europeia Pacto dos Autarcas vai marcar presença no ZOOM Smart Cities 2016, a ter lugar nos dias 18 e 19 de Maio em Lisboa. O primeiro dia do encontro arranca com um evento paralelo coordenado pelo Pacto dos Autarcas, dando, desta forma, o pontapé de saída para a mais importante conferência internacional sobre cidades inteligentes a ter lugar em Portugal… O Pacto dos Autarcas será o organizador de um dos side events da conferência Zoom Smart Cities: um workshop que visa apoiar os municípios no contexto dos esforços que têm feito para o financiamento e implementação de medidas dedicadas à eficiência energética e energias renováveis. Durante o evento, irão também ser apresentados o novo enquadramento e metas do Pacto dos Autarcas para o Clima e Energia.

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Grande Auditório Universidade Nova Lisboa

Campus de Campolide
1099-085 Lisboa

Email: info@zoomsmartcities.com

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