ITG FA 5.2 Workshop on Smart Cities

Thursday, September 28th 2017

By National Institute of Standards and Technology [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Co-located with “Zukunft der Netze (ZdN)”, Lübeck, Germany

Description
“A smart city is an urban development vision to integrate information and communication technology (ICT) and Internet of things (IoT) technology in a secure fashion to manage a city's assets” (Wikipedia). The objective of this workshop is to inform the ITG community about ongoing activities in the field of smart cities, current projects, research results, and open challenges. Of major interest are communication networking and communication technologies used in this context. Smart Cities are an important application for Internet-of-Things technologies. Information on the call for presentation.

Workshop Program


Registration
The Smart City Workshop is free of charge. The dinner on Wednesday is at own expenses. For organizational reasons (e.g. coffee breaks, dinner on Wednesday), please register for the workshop: Smart City Workshop Registration. You can check your registration for the workshop at the list of participants.

We recommend to register for the conference "Zukunft der Netze" on 29 Sep 2017. The conference registration includes the social event which is a dinner on Thursday evening, after the Smart City Workshop. For the participation in the dinner after the workshop, it is required to register for ZdN. More information on the registration for the conference.

Workshop Location
More information on the workshop location and the restaurant can be found at the ZdN conference homepage.

Contact and organization
The workshop is organized by ITG FA 5.2 “Communication Networks and Systems”. The workshop organizers are
- Michael Menth, University of Tübingen (menth@uni-tuebingen.de)
- Andreas Timm-Giel, TU Hamburg-Harburg (timm-giel@tuhh.de)
- Mathias Pelka, University of Applied Sciences Lübeck (mathias.pelka@fh-luebeck.de)
- Tobias Hoßfeld, University of Duisburg-Essen (tobias.hossfeld@uni-due.de)