The key topics that will be discussed during the seminar include a variety of issues that emerge at the intersection migration and advances in sophisticated information and communication technology (ICT) as experienced in (smart) city/urban space.
The organizers encourage submissions that adopt multi- and inter-disciplinary perspectives to query issues pertinent to smart cities and migration. These may include topics and questions originating, among others, in social and political sciences, urban studies, law, as well computer science, engineering, architecture. The list of topics and areas listed beneath indicates merely the key focus areas that experts joining the seminar will explore.
- Migration in (smart) city/urban space: challenges and opportunities
- Migration in (smart) city/urban space: strategies and responses
- Migration and (smart) city/urban space: questions of inclusion, prosperity and well-being
- Migration in (smart) city/urban space: new modes of economic collaboration
- Migration in (smart) city/urban space: governance and civic participation
- Migration and (smart) village
Abstracts (up to 500 words) should be submitted via the EasyChair platform. Full papers (up to 6000 words, referencing style: Harvard) shall be submitted afterwards.