The 20th International Conference on
“Science, technologies and policies to innovate spatial planning”
in conjunction with
The 2020 International Conference on Computational
Science and its Applications (ICCSA 2020)
July 1st – July 4th 2020
Particularly, cities represent crucial system where often the negative impacts of different processes (both natural or anthropogenic) cumulate.
Science is required to generate knowledge useful to society to tackle and solve these impacts, but barriers still exist to knowledge exchange between knowledge generators and knowledge users. There is a dire need for additional research on how to bridge the theory-practice gap and identifying characteristics of research that enable new knowledge, techniques and policies to be concretely transferred and used not only in spatial planning but also in technical instruments.
Moreover, in the recent years a numbers of “new” planning tools had been produced in the framework of mainstream global policies: i.e. energy efficiency, climate adaptation, low carbon economy. Such tools, sometimes operates in competition with traditional urban and territorial plans, in other cases stimulated positive interactions, in some applications had been recognised as a way to overcome traditional gaps of comformative planning practices towards performance based approaches. SECAP, SEAP, Climate adaptation strategies, ITIs, Urban Resilience plan, etc. represent a system of planning tools that are currently changing cities, and territories around Europe. Such “spontaneous” (as not compulsory for territorial administrations according with national normative framework) planning tools are far from be organized in a rational framework in order to assess their contribution in generating better urban transformation, but are representative of a diffuse demand for planning toward which the innovation of planning system should be oriented.
The STP4P workshop welcomes contributions aimed at proposing novel methods and visions, theoretical approaches and case studies of innovative planning process. Focus of contributions may include (but is not limited):
– emerging science and concepts;
– new techniques to support and enable planning choices;
– innovative policies and normative instruments;
– emerging strategies to connect natural and anthropogenic processes;
– emerging urban trends to enhance the dynamic synergies between the material and immaterial data of a city (big data, IoT/IoE, sensor networks, blockchain, etc.)
– spontaneous planning on emerging instances (SECAP, SEAP, Climate adaptation strategies, ITIs, Urban Resilience plan, etc.)
Individuals and groups should submit complete papers (10 to 16 pages).
Accepted contributions will be published in the Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) volumes
Please adhere strictly to the formatting provided in the template to prepare your paper and refrain from modifying it.The submitted paper must be camera-ready and formatted according to the rules of LNCS. For formatting information, see the publisher’s web site (http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0). Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present the paper.
papers should be submitted at: http://ess.iccsa.org/
please don’t forget to select “Science, technologies and policies to innovate spatial planning (STP4P 2020)” workshop from the drop-down list of all workshops.
Papers accepted to “STP4P 2020” will be published in the ICCSA Conference proceedings, in Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series, with doi, indexed by WOS, Scopus and DBLP.
15 March 2020: Deadline for full paper submission
24 April 2020: Notification of acceptance
8 May 2020: Deadline for Camera Ready Papers
1-4 July, 2020: ICCSA 2020 Conference
Chiara Garau, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari)
Daniele La Rosa, (DICAR, University of Catania)
Francesco Scorza, (University of Basilicata)
Anna Maria Colavitti, (DICAAR, University of Cagliari)
Beniamino Murgante, (University of Basilicata)
Paolo La Greca, (DICAR, University of Catania)
Federico Amato, University of Basilicata, Italy
Alessandro Aurigi, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
Margherita Azzari, University of Florence, Italy
Giuseppe Borruso, University of Trieste
Anna Maria Colavitti, University of Cagliari
Tanja Congiu, University of Sassari, Italy
Federico Cugurullo, Trinity College of Dublin
Chiara Garau, University of Cagliari, Italy
Daniele La Rosa, University of Catania, Italy
Beniamino Murgante, University of Basilicata, Italy
Enrica Papa, University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom
Alessandro Plaisant, University of Sassari, Italy
Francesco Scorza, University of Basilicata, Italy
Anastasia Stratigea, University of Athens – NTUA
Katharine Willis, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
Claudia Yamu, University of Groningen
Paola Zamperlin, University of Florence, Italy
Corrado Zoppi, University of Cagliari, Italy