Upcoming Conferences

The Smart Cities International Conference 9th Edition, December 9-10, 2021, (details here)

The nine edition of the Smart Cities International Conference (SCIC09-2021) - entitled 'How sustainable, connected and livable are the cities of tomorrow?', will take place in Bucharest at the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration. The event is, as always, an excellent opportunity for join a highly specialized community of researchers in the Smart Cities issues. We expect around 200 national and international, state and local government officials, public utilities representatives, policymakers, financiers, technologists, non-profit and trade groups, business leaders, academics, researchers and citizen organizations to attend and discuss key concepts and explore best practices, therefore we are waiting for your registration!

 

Past Conferences

Securing Smart Cities International Conference Second Edition, April 22, 2021, (details here)

The second edition of the Securing Smart Cities conference aims to popularize the concept of Cyber Security in relation to Smart Cities. The conference follows the long series of Smart Cities events that the Faculty of Public Administration started eight years ago, events in which concerns about privacy and security, and how they have the power to influence the lives of citizens, began to be expressed more and more often - often with very heated debates.

The Smart Cities International Conference 8th Edition, December 3-4, 2020, (details here)

The eight edition of the Smart Cities International Conference (SCIC08-2020) - entitled 'Spotlight 2030', will take place in Bucharest at the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration. The event is, as always, an excellent opportunity for join a highly specialized community of researchers in the Smart Cities issues. We expect over 100 national and international, state and local government officials, public utilities representatives, policymakers, financiers, technologists, non-profit and trade groups, business leaders, academics, researchers and citizen organizations to attend and discuss key concepts and explore best practices, therefore we are waiting for your registration!

Securing Smart Cities International Conference First Edition, April 02, 2020, (details here)

The first edition of the Securing Smart Cities conference aims to popularize the concept of Cyber Security in relation to Smart Cities. The conference follows the long series of Smart Cities events that the Faculty of Public Administration started eight years ago, events in which concerns about privacy and security, and how they have the power to influence the lives of citizens, began to be expressed more and more often - often with very heated debates.

The Smart Cities International Conference 7th Edition, December 5-6, 2019, (details here)

As in the previous years, the seventh edition of the Smart Cities Conference will take place in Bucharest at the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration. The event is an excellent opportunity for join a highly specialized community of researchers in the Smart Cities issues. We expect over 100 national and international, state and local government officials, public utilities representatives, policymakers, financiers, technologists, non-profit and trade groups, business leaders, academics, researchers and citizen organizations to attend and discuss key concepts and explore best practices, therefore we are waiting for your registration!

The Smart Cities Conference 6th Edition, December 6-7, 2018, (details here)

The sixth edition of the Smart Cities Conference will take place in Bucharest at the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration. As we are already used to, it is an excellent opportunity for the presentation of previous and current Smart Cities projects and initiatives. We expect over 100 national and international, state and local government officials, public utilities representatives, policymakers, financiers, technologists, non-profit and trade groups, business leaders, academics, researchers and citizen organizations to attend and discuss key concepts and explore best practices.

The Smart Cities Conference 5th Edition, December 7-8, 2017, (details here)

This year edition of the Smart Cities Conference is built on the success of the organization’s annual conference which takes places each December in Bucharest at the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration. Over 100 (inter)national, state and local government officials, utilities, policymakers, financiers, technologists, non-profit and trade groups, business leaders, academics, researchers and citizen organizations will attend to discuss key concepts and explore best practices.

The Smart Cities Conference 4th Edition, December 8-9, 2016, (details here)

Smart Cities Conference, 4th Edition, it was raised at the intersection of technology and urban life. It successfully managed to provide a discussion framework for all of the stakeholders from the public & private-sector ecosystems along with the academia.

The Smart Cities Conference 3rd Edition, December 10, 2015, (details here)

The conference managed bring together tens of national public managers, academics and innovators to share knowledge, debate the challenges faced by our cities. The focus was to inspire a call for action in order to develop smarter and more sustainable cities.

The Smart Cities Conference 2nd Edition, December 9, 2014, (details here)

The only Smart Cities Conference at the time, where stakeholders from the public & private-sector ecosystems meet to help tomorrow’s cities face the challenges of growing urban populations with the latest e-government trends.

The Smart Cities Conference 1st Edition, November 28, 2013, (details here)

The first conference we had in the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration on the topic of Smart Cities. It was built from the organizers’ desire to put into an academic debate different aspects of Romanian cities’ life, but also of the cities outside the country’s borders, through multidisciplinary scientific approaches that will talk about the past, present and future, starting from: acceptance of democracy as the most efficient tool of governance and also acceptance and compliance with the state’s rules.