Emerging patterns of change for tomorrow’s cities

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Abstract

Today, climate and demographic changes are becoming the greatest challenges for cities and their multicultural populations. On the other hand, there is a growing societal acceptance of information and communication technologies around the globe. And this connectivity is influencing both design thinking and research methods, while generating large quantities and a wide variety of data. In this paper, emerging patterns of change for future cities are surveyed, and international networks for urban research are highlighted. As such, criteria to analyze and compare trends, shifts and hypes in urban studies and planning are searched. Moreover, interactions between open data and green infrastructures are foreseen, in order to promote public development for future cities. Finally, a need for common mind sets and methods is claimed, namely between computing and social sciences, to engage local communities and public organizations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationArchitectural Research Addressing Societal Challenges: Proceedings of the EAAE ARCC 10th International Conference
EditorsManuel Jorge Rodrigues Couceiro da Costa, Filipa Roseta, Joana Pestana Lages, Susana Couceiro da Costa
Place of PublicationFlorida, USA
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Pages27-32
Number of pages1268
Volume1
ISBN (Print)9781138029668
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 16 Feb 2017
EventEAAE/ARCC 2016 - 10th International Conference of the European Association for Architectural Education and the Architectural Research Centers Consortium - Lisbon, Portugal
Duration: 16 Feb 2017 → …

Conference

ConferenceEAAE/ARCC 2016 - 10th International Conference of the European Association for Architectural Education and the Architectural Research Centers Consortium
Period16/02/17 → …

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