Engineer for Smart Cities IMREDD

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Titre : Engineer for Smart Cities IMREDD

Description : The Master of Science Engineers for Smart Cities program offers an advanced multidisciplinary study experience focused on Smart Cities as well as the innovations and business solutions triggered by the transition towards more sustainable urban environments (design, deployment, and operation of urban systems). Engineers for Smart Cities aims to foster professionals capable of developing, implementing and managing innovative projects around the smart city: a sustainable, connected, integrated, attractive, and liveable city. http://univ-cotedazur.fr/en/idex/formations-idex/4smartcities

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Tags : IMREDD

Thème : Voiture Connectée, Données ouvertes, Traces de mobilité et des données associées, Ecoles et Etudiants, Urbanisme et ville, Logistique urbaine, Collectivité

Lieu : IMREDD Nice

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Référent organisation : DUMETZ Eric

Formateur(s) : Gabriel Plassat, HERVOUET Yann, SIGRIST Pierre

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Défi(s) lié(s) à la formation : Accompagner une collectivité à ouvrir un maximum de ressources et construire un kit d'aide à l'innovation, Améliorer les solutions et développer de nouvelles solutions de mobilités pour tous

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Communauté(s) d'intérêt associée(s) : Communauté des Territoires et Collectivités, Communauté des acteurs Côte d'Azur, Communauté des Ecoles et Etudiants

The diploma “Engineers for Smart Cities” (4smartcities) offers an advanced multidisciplinary study experience focused on Smart Cities as well as the innovations and business solutions triggered by the transition towards more sustainable urban environments (design, deployment and operation of urban systems).

4smartcities aims to foster professionals capable of developing, implementing and managing innovative projects around the smart city: a sustainable, connected, integrated, attractive and liveable city. http://univ-cotedazur.fr/english/uca-education/diplomas/4smartcities/

The “Smart City Innovation Center” (SCIC), an integrated collaborative platform unique in France, created within the premises of the IMREDD, is the strategic hub bringing together stakeholders from the research, education and leading smart city-focused companies. The SCIC is equipped with a Learning Lab where all the teaching sessions for the diploma “Engineers for Smart Cities” will be held. Participants and course conveyors will have the chance to use state-of-the-art education technology allowing for an innovative blended learning experience (MOOC, flipped-classrooms, webinars, etc.). Practical case-studies and on-site field trips will be organized throughout the study semester to animate the learning environment as well as stimulate critical analysis and exchange.

Cofunded by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the Smart City Innovation Center (SCICI) was officially launched in 2015. Organised around four areas symbolising the city problematics - « Environment, Risks, Energy and Mobility » -, the SCIC is a key place for cross-fertilization and exploration of new ideas that will permit “to build the Mediterranean city of tomorrow”. It allows:

  • promoting research and training activities
  • enhancing the value of new innovative actors
  • integrating students into promising projects of high added-value
  • implementing innovative pedagogy