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30 May 2022 - 31 May 2022
Vienna, Austria
Smart City SuMMit 2022

Re-watch Smart City Summit 2021: 

    Session 1: Resilience for Smart Cities: Learnings and Insights from the Covid-19 Pandemic

    Dominic Weiss, Smart City Agency Vienna
    Marco Espinheira, City of Cascais
    Eva Czernohorszky, 
    Vienna Business Agency
    Tanya Tongwaranan, Smart Cities APAC Region, Plug & Play Tech Center
    Laura Kirchner, Citibeats
    Stefan Seer, AIT - Austrian Institute of Technology

    Session 2: Circular Cities: The Role of Cities in the Transition towards Circularity

    Lauréne Descamps,
    Impact Hub Zurich
    Anna-Vera Deinhammer,
    City of Vienna
    Markus Meissner,
    Pablo van den Bosch, Madaster
    Patrick Bergmann,
    Nadja Pröwer,
    Drees & Sommer
    Johannes Kisser,
    Peter Windischhofer,

    Session 3: Smart Districts: Tackling urban problems on a local level

    Vaetan Gannay, 
    Angelika Winkler, City of Vienna
    Monika Unterholzner,
    Wiener Lokalbahnen
    Oliver Juli,
    Aspern Smart City Research
    Petra Schöfmann,
    Urban Innovation Vienna
    Christoph Kirchberger, aspern.mobil LAB & Juho Kostiainen, City of Helsinki

    Session 4: Sustainable Buildings: Decarbonizing the Built Environment

    Peter Holzer, Institute of Building Research & Innovation
    Edeltraud Haselsteiner,
    Michael Stangl,
    Ibrahim Memic,
    Arwag & Bernhard Scharf, Greenpass
    Steffen Robbi,
    DIGITAL FINDET STADT & Robert Duda & Aaron Grudnik, DELTA
    Alexander Schäfer,
    Vienna Business Agency

    Session 5: Digitalisation for Cities: Digital Twins and 3D Printing

    Ulrich Ahle,
    Michaela Haberler-Weber,
    ÖBB Infrastruktur
    Sonja Zahradník-Leonhartsberger,
    Kai Siefert,
    Wien Energie
    Klemens Himpele,
    City of Vienna

    Session 6: Hydrogen and its potential for Urban Use Cases

    Günter Pauritsch, Austrian Energy Agency
    Horst Steinmüller, WIVA P&G
    Rudolf Zauner, VERBUND
    Gudrun Senk, Wiener Wasserstoff GmbH 

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      The “Fit for Future” project contributes to the development of applied research and innovation activities in Vienna, promoting cooperation and inspiring young people in Vienna to explore research and innovation. Further information can be found under the IGJ/ERDF funding programme.

      Closed since 31 May 2022
      Location Ankersaal, kulturhaus brotfabrik
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      Algeria 2
      Anguilla 1
      Armenia 1
      Austria 286
      Belgium 1
      Bosnia And Herzegovina 9
      Brazil 1
      Bulgaria 10
      Canada 1
      Chile 1
      Croatia 4
      Czech Republic 14
      Denmark 1
      Egypt 1
      Estonia 1
      France 4
      Germany 24
      Greece 1
      China (Hong Kong) 3
      Hungary 16
      India 1
      Iran, Islamic Republic Of 9
      Ireland 1
      Israel 4
      Italy 9
      Japan 4
      Kenya 1
      Latvia 8
      Lithuania 1
      Luxembourg 1
      Netherlands 8
      Norway 2
      Pakistan 1
      Poland 6
      Portugal 2
      Romania 5
      Serbia 16
      Slovakia 3
      Slovenia 1
      Spain 11
      Sweden 3
      Switzerland 6
      Turkey 3
      Ukraine 6
      United Arab Emirates 2
      United Kingdom 6
      United States 6
      Total 508