The 5TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE – 2020 URBAN E-PLANNING, will take place in Lisbon, Portugal, in 6 / 7 april 2020.
This conference is an initiative of the Urban e-Planning Research Network (UEP-NET), promoted by the International Journal of E-Planning Research, in collaboration with Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning – University of Lisbon (IGOT).

Call for papers

We invite theoretical and empirical contributions addressing, but not limited to, the following themes:

Theme 1: Governance and Planning of Smart Cities

● Smart City: concepts, models and practices

● Smart Urban Governance

● Smart Urban Planning

● The Smart City Narrative in the Global South context

● Climate Change, Resilience and Smart Cities

● Smart City for vulnerable people

● Urban e-Planning and the challenges of the sharing economy

● Platforms and urban governance

● Transparency, Privacy, Surveillance, and Security

● Augmented Reality Technologies in Urban e-Planning

● Visualization of Virtual 3-D and 4-D Urban Models and Spatial Landscape Evaluation

● Geodesign and the planning of natural and built environments

● Living Labs and Urban Innovation

● Soundscapes in Urban e-Planning

● E-planning in urban island communities

● Internet of Things and its influence on human spatial behaviour

● Artificial Intelligence and Smart Urban e-Planning

● Big Data and Open Data in Urban e-Planning

● City Data Sovereignty and Open Digital Urban Governance

● Data Ethics in Urban e-Planning

● General Data Protection Regulations on Urban e-Planning

Theme 2: Citizens e-Participation in Urban Planning

● Web-based Citizen Participation in Urban e-Planning

● Citizens as Voluntary Sensors in Urban e-Planning

● Volunteered Geographic Information in Urban e-Planning

● Crowdsensing / Crowdsourcing Spatial Information

● Citizen Mobile Apps for Urban e-Planning

● Participatory Mapping and Public Engagement in Emergency Response

● PPGIS in Urban Planning for community empowerment

● Citizen Science and Urban e-Planning

● The political and practical challenges of Citizen Science approaches

● Serious Games for Participatory e-Planning

● Social Media in Urban e-Planning

● E-Participation of Youth and Children in Urban e-Planning

● Stakeholder Modelling and Participatory Decision-making

● Ethical issues in e-Participation: confidentiality, trust, representativity, diversity


Abstract of no more than 250 words, until 15 December 2019.
Sendo to:
Carlos Nunes Silva, Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Lisbon, Portugal, E-mail: ijepr.conference@gmail.com

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