|Title||ΕΠΙΛΟΓΕΣ: ΨΗΦΙΑΚΕΣ ΚΑΙ ΕΥΦΥΕΙΣ ΠΟΛΕΙΣ / ELECTIVE MODULE: DIGITAL CITIES - INTELLIGENS CITIES|
|Cycle / Level||1st / Undergraduate|
Programme of Study: PROGRAMMA SPOUDŌN 2020-21 EŌS SĪMERA
Registered students: 0
|Academic Year||2019 – 2020|
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Course Type 2016-2020
- Scientific Area
Course Type 2011-2015
Specific Foundation / Core
Mode of Delivery
- Face to face
Digital Course Content
The course is also offered to exchange programme students.
Language of Instruction
- Greek (Instruction, Examination)
By the completion of the course, students will: - be able to understand the basic concepts of digital and intelligent cities - be aware of the different approaches taken by cities and organizations around the world to create intelligent cities - become familiar with the key technologies used in the creation of digital and intelligent cities - be able to develop a strategic plan for the creation of an intelligent city.
- Adapt to new situations
- Work in an interdisciplinary team
- Generate new research ideas
Course Content (Syllabus)
The class is an introduction to the concepts of digital and intelligent city. It includes 5 sections: i) introduction - key concepts, ii) different approaches and case studies, iii) key technologies for the creation of the digital space, iv) strategic planning and v) Measurement.
intelligent cities, smart cities, digital cities
Educational Material Types
- Slide presentations
Examination at the end of the semester and a presentation of a case study during the lectures. In case of Erasmus Students there is the possibility of writing a paper of 6000 words length and with 20-25 references.
Student Assessment methods
- Written Exam with Extended Answer Questions (Summative)
- Written Assignment (Summative)
Additional bibliography for study
1. Komninos, N. (2014). The Age of Intelligent Cities. Smart environments and innovation-for-all strategies. London, Routledge. Chapter 1: “Intelligent cities – smart cities: the landscape”, pp. 13-38. 2. Komninos, N., Schaffers, H., and Pallot, M., (2013).” Open Innovation and Smart Cities”. Open Innovation Yearbook 2013, EU Publications, Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, pp. 34-42 3. Komninos, N. (2011). “Intelligent Cities: Variable geometries of spatial intelligence”. Journal of Intelligent Buildings International, Vol. 3, pp. 1–17. 4. Komninos, N., Kakderi, C., and Tsarchopoulos, P. (2014). “New services design for smart cities: a planning roadmap for user-driven innovation”. Proceedings of 2014 ACM Conference, International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies for Smart Cities (WiMobCity), pp. 29-39. 5. Komninos, N., and Tsarchopoulos, P. (2012). “Towards Intelligent Thessaloniki: from an agglomeration of apps to smart districts”. Journal of Knowledge Economy, 4(2), pp. 149-168. 6. Komninos, N., Kakderi, C., and Tsarchopoulos, P. (2016).Accelerate the Uptake of Smart City Applications through Cloud Computing.