In practice, what types of projects represent a Smart City approach? An overview of the 6 fields of action of the Smart City, through 6 key dimensions.
The Smart City Institute and the CRAU are recruiting a project manager - researcher in urban agriculture. Applications before 30 September 2021.
The Smart City Institute is recruiting a postdoctral researcher to strengthen its research team. Applications until 15 September 2021.
Our team has analysed this term and the dynamics it reveals for you, through 5 questions. Going through its origin, the main objectives it pursues, its main characteristics: the Smart City will no longer have any secrets for you.
The Smart City Institute is recruiting an intern for the academic year 2021-2022 to work on the development of research partnerships (strategic management of innovative projects). Applications until 31 December 2021.
The Smart City Institute is recruiting an intern for the academic year 2021-2022 to work on the development of workshops and tools combining the concepts of Management, creativity and innovation. Applications until 31 December 2021.
Watch the presentation of our academic director, Nathalie Crutzen, at the 3rd edition of the annual conference "Stedelijk Transformatie Platform 2021" on 22 April 2021.
The Smart City Institute is recruiting a researcher for applied research projects, including the development of a Smart City maturity diagnostic methodology. Applications until 15 May 2021.
Once implemented, it is important that you measure the impact and efficiency of your Smart City approach. How do you determine and produce relevant indicators? This is what we explain in this last capsule
To achieve the objectives and priorities set out in your Smart City strategy, which projects will you choose to support and implement, and how can you proceed?
What are the 4 key elements to keep in mind when formalising your Smart City strategy ? Explanations through this 3rd video capsule.
Mobility as a Service (MaaS): What is the vision of Belgian local public authorities and public transport operators? Our new research report - based on interviews - takes stock of this issue.