ICT for sustainable places
Adresse : , Nice, France
Début : 09-09-2013 Fin : 11-09-2013
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Description :

The event builds on the successful “ICT for sustainable homes” annual events, organized from 2009 to 2011 with the support of the EU-­funded Beywatch project and extends its scope to sustainable cities, and more generally to sustainable places.

It is an open research forum aiming to offer any stakeholders from Europe and other regions of the world interested in this topic, with a key opportunity to meet and network with leading stakeholders, access up-­to‐date information, discover latest technology and market trends, identify research and business opportunities, and find partners for upcoming projects.

The event particularly aims at fostering collaborations between FP7 projects on sustainability and energy efficiency at building, district, and city levels. It will be the place to assess outcomes from the most advanced projects, share the results, and discuss possible standards evolution, exploitation strategies for a European uptake of energy-­efficient technologies.

Two topics will be particularly addressed: energy efficiency knowledge engineering and energy performances assessment methodologies. These two topics are critical for the European industry to overcome current technological limitations and ensure a wide breakthrough of energy-­efficient technologies.

Call for papers

A Call for Papers (CfP) will be launched in the next weeks, inviting papers presenting new results and original work at the crossroads of ICT, energy and construction. A Technical Programme Committee (TPC), unveiled at the date when the CfP is launched, will review submitted papers (tentative deadline by the end of May 2013) and inform authors before the end of June 2013. Selected papers will be included into presentations made during the thematic sessions of the conference, together with invited papers.

Full details (submission guidelines, review process, publication and presentation aspects) will be posted on the Resilient project web site.

Event structure

From Sept. 10 in the morning to Sept. 11 after lunch, the conference itself will take place, under the form of plenary sessions. An exhibition (table-top exhibits made available at no cost to any participating organizations) will be arranged in the same venue

On Sept. 11 in the afternoon, visits of pilots and research laboratories in the Nice area will be organized. On Sept. 9 and Sept. 12, EU‐funded projects participating in the event will be proposed to co‐locate open or private workshops.


The conference is open to any organizations and individuals interested in the event topic. Please note that pre-­registration is compulsory since registration may be closed prior to the event date due to room capacity constraints. For any further information you may need, please contact conference@resilient-­project.eu.

About the Resilient project

Resilient project, funded by European Commission’s DG Research and innovation, aims to design, develop, install and assess the energy and environmental benefits of a new integrated concept of interconnectivity between buildings, distributed energy resources, grids and other networks at a district level. It is coordinated by D’Appolonia and involves ACCIONA, Blaenau Gwent, BRE, Cardiff University, CEA, Cordium, CSTB, Genova University, Infrax, Sigma Orionis, Terra Energy, Vipiemme, and Vito

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