SMART CITIES SYMPOSIUM PRAGUE 2021

Important dates

  • 19. 2. 2021 31. 1. 2021 - Full papers (anonymized) due
  • 31. 3. 2021 15. 3. 2021 - 1st Review due
  • 28. 4. 2021 19. 4. 2021 - Final formatted paper submission
  • 24. 4. 2021 - Early bird registartion date
  • 27. - 28. 5. 2021 - Conference Days

News

1. 4. 2021 - Camera-ready paper submission has been opened
15. 3. 2021 - Deadline for 1st review and final formatted paper submission have been extended
29. 1. 2021 - Deadline for submissions of papers has been extended
12. 1. 2021 - Submission paper has been opened
9. 10. 2020 - Call for Papers has been started
5. 10. 2020 - Website has been updated

Dear participants,
Your health and safety is the number one priority for us. The SCSP organizing committee is working diligently to define a course of action that will take local regulations into consideration while ensuring that the hard work of our conference organizers and authors is not minimized by the impact of this pandemic.
In view of the current development of the pandemic, we have decided to prepare the conference as an online event at the moment. However, we continue to hope for an improvement in the situation, which would allow us to prepare for you a traditional contact version of the symposium, including the gala-dinner and other social events.
We want to keep all of you informed as best as possible, please continue to check this page for updates about upcoming symposium SCSP2021.
Wishing you the very best,
 
Organizing committee

Conference topics and objectives

The Smart Cities Symposium Prague 2021 (the seventh annual conference) aims on exchange of ideas and best practices in the field of Smart cities. It covers whole range of topics, from the system point of view, through data mining and data processing, smart grids, up to multi-agent systems and other soft computing approaches. The Symposium aims to be a multidisciplinary forum for exchanging ideas and best practices in the field of Smart Cities not limited to theory but also including real world applications.

The upcoming Symposium will cover the following key areas

  • System approach to Smart Cities transformation
  • Information and data processing
  • Livable cities
  • Downsides of Smart Cities
  • Changes in cities during pandemics

Accepted papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore and Web of Science and Scopus.

We welcome you to submit your full papers by January 31, 2021.