The Smart City Innovation Lab is delighted to host the GRONEN Research Conference 2020, which will carry the theme “All systems go!? Sustainability in the Digital Age”. Program highlights include, among others, an interactive panel debate on the perils and pitfalls of digitalization for sustainable development and a virtual conferencing pilot. GRONEN 2020 will also
In less than 250 days, SCIL will have the pleasure of hosting the GRONEN Research Conference. GRONEN is one of the leading networks for scholarly exchange on research on organizations and the natural environment. In 2020, the conference theme will be "Sustainability in the Digital Age". We can't wait for exciting submissions, thought-provoking panel discussions,
A conference with the hot topic “Smart Cities – Opportunities and Challenges” was taking place as part of the initiative Knowledge@CatólicaLisbon on the 26th of September at Católica. The Smart City Innovation Lab organised the mini conference, which was moderated by its founder, René Bohnsack. The program started with a welcome note by the Dean
On 15th March 2017, SCIL presented at Green Business Week. Green Business week is one of the largest knowledge transfer events in Portugal related to environmentally friendly practices. The event is organized by the AIP Foundation and took place at the Lisbon Congress Center from 15 to 17 March. The SCIL presented in the Knowledge
On 2nd March 2017, the first edition of the Smart City Innovation Awards were held. This took place in the Ernst and Young room at Catolica Business School. Participants were all members of the Innovation Management Course in Catolica. The Jury, which comprised of the Vice President of Brisa Autoestradas de Portugal, Pedro Rocha e
The European project InteGRIDy (Integrated Smart GRID Cross-Functional Solutions for Optimized Synergetic Energy Distribution, Utilization & Storage Technologies) kicked off in Barcelona from the 11th to the 12th of January 2017. The inteGRIDy project seeks to connect innovative services, technologies and emerging mechanisms of intelligent electric networks through the deployment of a scalable and replicable
The me2 Lisbon Pilot started in December 2016 and will end in May 2017, a duration of 6 months. It involves a community of around 50 members, including several EV users. Most of the me2 community members are municipality employees. The energy consumption of the households of all community members will be monitored. Smart meters
On the 26th of September, 2016, Dr Bohnsack gave the keynote speech at the conference of mobility and urban systems in University of Catolica in Lisbon.