Program by Day

Wednesday, June 15



Europe – A source of inspiration for smart cities worldwide?

Graham Colclough.

The smart cities market is still nascent and has a long distance yet to run. how is it emerging in europe, and what is europe at eu, national, and city levels doing to embrace and exploit the potential to transform services and outcomes through innovative approaches? how can europe win the race worldwide?. See more here.


Session 1:

A Holistic, Interdisciplinary Decision Support System for Sustainable Smart City Design.

Johannes M. Schleicher, Michael Vögler, Christian Inzinger, Sara Fritz, Manuel Ziegler, Thomas Kaufmann, Dominik Bothe, Julia Forster, and Schahram Dustdar

Night Time and Low Visibility Driving Assistance Based on the Application of Colour and Geometrical Features Extraction.

Henry Cruz, Juan Meneses, Martina Eckert, and José F. Martínez

Smart Mobility by Optimizing the Traffic Lights: A New Tool for Traffic Control Centers.

Yesnier Bravo, Javier Ferrer, Gabriel Luque, and Enrique Alba

Cooperative Lane-Change and Longitudinal Behaviour Model Extension for TraffSim.

Christian Backfrieder, Gerald Ostermayer, Manuel Lindorfer and Christoph F. Mecklenbräuker


Session 2:

An ICT-based Reference Model for E-grocery in Smart Cities.

Roberto Tadei, Edoardo Fadda, Luca Gobbato, Guido Perboli, and Mariangela Rosano

Behavioral Factors in City Logistics from an Operations Research Perspective.

Aljoscha Gruler, Jesica de Armas, Angel A. Juan

Mixed Integer Linear Programming Formulation for the Taxi Sharing Problem.

Houssem E. Ben-Smida, Saoussen Krichen, Francisco Chicano, and Enrique Alba

Electrifying Last-Mile Deliveries: a Carbon Footprint Comparison between Internal Combustion Engine and Electric Vehicles.

Jesus Saenz-Esteruelas, Miguel Figliozzi, Adrian Serrano, and Javier Faulin


Session 3:

A Status of Energy Efficient LED Based Traffic Lamps in Istanbul.

Yusuf Dursun, Moayed Almobaied, and Burcu Buyukkinaci

Comparing Wireless Traffic Tracking with Regular Traffic Control Systems for the Detection of Congestions in Streets.

Antonio Fernández Ares, Maribel García Arenas, Antonio Mora, Pedro Castillo and JJ. Merelo

Smart Agents and Fog Computing for Smart City Applications.

Andrea Giordano, Giandomenico Spezzano and Andrea Vinci

CTPATH: A Real World System to Enable Green Transportation by Optimizing Environmentally Friendly Routing Paths.

Christian Cintrano, Daniel H. Stolfi, Jamal Toutouh, Francisco Chicano, and Enrique Alba

Thursday, June 16


Session 4:

Operationalising the Concept of the Smart City as a Local Innovation Platform: The City of Things Lab in Antwerp, Belgium.

Nils Walravens

How to Incorporate Urban Complexity, Diversity and Intelligence into Smart Cities Initiatives.

José-Miguel Fernández-Güell, Silvia Guzmán-Araña, Marta Collado-Lara and Victoria Fernández-Añez

Mapping Smart Cities Situation. +CITIES: The Spanish Case.

Neus Baucells, Concepción Moreno, and Rosa M. Arce

Stakeholders Approach to Smart Cities: a Survey on Smart City Definitions.

Victoria Fernández-Añez


Industry Workshop:

Presentations of several companies showing their products to our attendees.



Meeting of the 'Malaga Makers' collective where individuals, companies and conference attendees can discuss on new applications for smart cities. See more here.

Friday, June 17


TTAndalucía ICT-SmartCities Meeting:

Billateral and multilateral meetings between companies and interested partners for future collaborations. See more here.

Our Address

NEO research group.
E.T.S. Ingeniería Informática, Universidad de Málaga,
Andalucía Tech,
Bulevar Louis Pasteur, 35, 29071.
Málaga, Spain.
Phone: +34 952132803
Fax: +34 952131397
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