Major Cities of Europe Conference 2015

Hamburg, Germany
June 8-10, 2015
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The special focus of the 2015 conference is on the needs of people living and working in an urban environment or setting up a business with the encouragement of the government. Key questions are: How are cities now evolving towards the City 2020? What are the requirements of citizens and companies in a digital city? What are the priorities of a connected city now and in 5 years’ time? We will consider and debate the present and the near future and share together ideas and solutions. Let`s inspire each other!

20th International Conference on Urban Planning and Regional Development in the Information Society GeoMultimedia 2015

Ghent, Belgium
May 5-7, 2015
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REAL CORP conferences are held annually since 1996. About 400-500 experts from around the world from the fields of urban planning, transport planning, information and communication technologies, architecture, social and environmental sciences, real estate, GIS, surveying and remote sensing and more meet to discuss the latest tasks and topics on urban planning, regional development and information society in an international and extremely interdisciplinary conference.

JPI Urban Europe High Profile Event

Brussels, Belgium
September 29-30, 2015
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JPI Urban Europe is delighted to announce its upcoming conference “Transition towards sustainable and liveable urban futures” and the launching of the JPI Urban Europe Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda. The two day event starts on Tuesday the 29thSeptember with a high level event with European institutions at the premises of the European Parliament. It continues on Wednesday the 30th September at the premises of the Committee of the Regions with a full day of panel discussions and workshops targeting a broad spectrum of urban stakeholders.

European Data Forum 2015

November 16-17, 2015
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The European Data Forum (EDF) is a meeting for industry professionals, researchers, policymakers and members of community initiatives to discuss the challenges of Big Data and the emerging Data Economy and to develop suitable action plans for addressing these challenges.