The New Metropolitan Perspective International Symposium 5th edition is promoted by the LaborEst, PAU Department, Università Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria, Italy, in partnership with a qualified international network of academic institutions and scientific societies.
The Symposium is supported by the CLUDs Laboratory of the PAU Department with the synergic cross-linked research projects TREnD (Transition with Resilience for Evolutionary Development) and ZES (opportunity Zones for innovation EcosystemS governance) funded by the European Horizon2020 Program under the Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions – RISE and IF, and SOUND (Smart Open UrbaN- rural Data), funded by the Italian Ministry of Research under the PRIN Program.
Accepted papers will be published in Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems – LNNS (2367-3370) by SPRINGER.
October 1st, 2021 Session submission deadline
November 28th, 2021 Paper submission deadline
February 6th, 2022 Notification to authors
February 17th, 2022 Author Registration deadline
May 25th-27th, 2022 Symposium
More info about the Symposium, the call for session and the call for paper visit are available at http://www.nmp.unirc.it
The MCAA conference Conference themed “Research in times of crisis” reflected on the effects challenges have on society, especially to research and the academic environment during the pandemic.
The ZES Project has been selected and presented at the Marie Curie Alumni Annual Conference 2021.
EU Researchers Night 2020 SuperScienceMe – TREND and ZES Projects at the EU Corner – 27 November 2020
TREND and ZES Projects at the EU Corner of the SueperScienceMe – Researchers Night 2020
27 November 2020
The CLUDsLab TREnD (H2020-RISE) and ZES (H2020-IF) Research Projects will be at the EU Corner of the SuperScienceMe – Researchers Night 2020 event on the 27th November 2020.
The EU corner is aimed to promote the Marie Sklodowska Curie (MSCA) Actions hosted by the Universities and Research Institutes (CNR) partners of the event.
Both projects provide insights on the complexity of the urban and territorial systems towards the green and digital transition of EU by focusing on the ability of cities and territories to adapt to shock and stresses through knowledge and innovation dynamics, with the aim to contribute to the reform of the Cohesion Policy for the programming period 2021-2027.
Professor Carmelina Bevilacqua (Projects Coordinator) and Pasquale Pizzimenti (Marie-Curie Post-Doctoral Fellow) will participate to the event sharing their experience with prospects applicants to future MSCA actions.
The event is organized by the Calabria and Basilicata Universities, Research Institutes (CNR) and the Regional Administrations of the two Regions and founded by a Horizon 2020 Project (GA 955435).
ZES Project – MSCA Falling Wall Lab 2020 – EU German Presidency MSCA Conference
29 September 2020
The ZES Project has been selected to participate to the MSCA Falling Wall Lab organized within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions 2020 German Presidency Online Conference.
“The aim of the Falling Walls Lab is to foster scientific and entrepreneurial innovation, and to promote the cross-discipline exchanges between outstanding, emerging scholars and professionals. The MSCA Falling Walls Lab gathered 20 MSCA fellows from across a huge array of scientific disciplines, with each fellow given the opportunity to pitch their research topic, innovative project or idea. During the conference, the researchers showcased their discoveries – creating a positive impact on science and society in front of both their peers and a distinguished jury from academia and business”
Pasquale Pizzimenti (Marie Curie Post-Doctoral Fellow) presented the contribution “Breaking the Wall of Urban Innovation Ecosystems” sharing the idea inspiring the ZES Research Project activities.
The participation to this event increased the international exposure of the Marie Curie Researcher to the academic and business communities as the visibility of the research activities conducted within the CLUDsLab.