The International Symposium and Workshops on “A Smart Sustainable Future for All 2018” will bring together the academic and research community with the frontline stakeholders in government, industry, academia and professional bodies to explore the state of play (in knowledge and practice), identify local, national, and global challenges and discuss recent research and innovative solutions that address all facets of achieving our common aspirations for a smart and sustainable future for all.
This symposium is jointly organised by the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructure and Land Administration (CSDILA) and Centre for Disaster Management and Public Safety (CDMPS), supported by various national and international partner organisations.
All abstracts must be original. Once accepted for presentation, an extended two-page abstract (in a short article format with key references) will be required by the due date.
- Smart cities and sustainable development
- Disaster resilience and emerging or changing global risks, including climate adaptation
- Resilience and resilience impact of land and geospatial information for disaster risk management
- Spatial (3D/nD), BIM and emerging technologies in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- Planning, design and management of critical infrastructures
- New generation public safety technologies and platforms
- Community resilience and participatory governance
The accepted extended abstracts will be published as an electronic proceedings “A Smart Sustainable Future for All 2018” (e-proceedings in PDF format) by the University of Melbourne, and be publicly available and searchable on the Internet.
Selected abstracts/presentations may be invited later to submit a full journal paper in a special issue of an international journal.