Given that cities are responsible for approximately eighty percent of global resource consumption, the potential negative environmental consequences are profound. There is therefore a global imperative to comprehend how this urban growth can be managed. The 'IFERP International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Sustainable Designs of Future Cities' aims to do exactly that.
Set to take place over two days, the 27th & 28th of October 2022, in Jakarta, Indonesia, this conference aims to impart a better understanding of how the resource intensity of existing cities in developed countries can be transferred. This is a major challenge for the entire globe (not just pockets of it).
The aim of this conference is to alter our understanding of how sustainable cities can be. As a result of taking part in this event, participants will be able to
confront and understand the complex interrelated and competing factors that influence urban sustainability;
holistically define, measure and model urban sustainability;
identify pathways to developed cities in transition and adapt to the growth of developing cities in unsustainable ways;
define governance and policy mediums to execute them in actuality.
The purpose of the International Conference on Exploring Colossal Technological Advances of the 21st Century in Science, Engineering and Technology (ICIASDFC) is to let researchers worldwide share recent advances in Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics and their applications. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following
Access to all keynotes and plenary sessions, technical sessions and workshops of the conference
Engage with all the sessions and other presenters
Copy of Conference Proceedings and certificate (Soft Copy)
Ability to watch recordings of all live-streamed sessions during and after the conference
Full virtual conference experience through ZOOM
Video of your presentation uploaded in IFERP Youtube channel.
Awards for best presentations
Publication In Scopus/WOS/Google Scholar Indexed journal
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