15th International conference on urban planning, regional development and information society

Organizer(s) Competence Centre of Urban and Regional Planning
Reed Messe Wien

REAL CORP 2010 asks for cities for everyone that are liveable, healthy and prosperous. Is this a promising vision we should work on or is it an unrealistic fantasy? Is it possible to keep and even improve the advantages of cities and reduce the negative effects? Or does the one require the
other? What are the possibilities and contributions of urban planning and real estate development? And where can ICT, urban, transport and environmental technologies help to improve quality of life, health, sustainability and prosperity in cities?

Some of the major aspects and questions to be dealt with and to which you are invited for high-quality paper submissions are:

· Examples and Visions of “Liveable Cities for Everyone“
· Keeping Balance: Managing Complex Urban Infrastructures
· Housing and Real Estate perspectives, high tech & low cost housing
· Perspectives for Future Transport and Mobility
· Re-mixing Urban Fabric, Future Housing and Working Environments
· Urban and Environmental Technologies to Improve Quality of Life
· Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) in the Urban Context
· Healthy Cities/Health in Cities
· Safety and Security vs. Lack of Privacy and Total Surveillance
· Data, Information and Knowledge Infrastructures
· Understanding Cities: Tools and Technologies to support Decision Makers, Citizens and Experts in their Understanding of Cities.

As REAL CORP 2010 is co-organized with ISOCARP and REAL VIENNA, it is an explicit goal to enhance the experts’ dialogue between Real Estate Business, Urban Planning and ICT Industry.

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