International Greencities Congress – IGC is the space that brings all the Greencities & S-Moving´s scientific content from the academic and business field together. A congress addressed to knowledge and new projects that play a part in developing sustainable and intelligent cities.
The IGC will be held on Thursday 30 September as part of the Urban Intelligence Room, you can check the programme here.
IN THE IGC
To participate, you can register by clicking on the link below and then submit your extended abstract of your scientific communication. Once your abstract has been accepted, you will be able to submit the full scientific communication in the corresponding section and you will have up to September 17th to pay the participation fee.
Vice-rector of Business, Territory and Digital Transformation of the University of Malaga. He has a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering and a Degree in Computer Science at the same University, and Professor of the Telematics Engineering area since 2009. Before joining to the university, he worked at the Acerinox Company as a Systems Analyst at the Industrial Informatics Department. His research has been developed in the Cybersecurity field. As director of the NICS Lab research group, he has directed more than fifty research projects and contracts in this area. He has published almost a hundred articles in international journals of impact (JCR), and has (co-) directed 16 doctoral theses. In his career, we can stand out several research stays, in the United States (Yale University, University Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Japan (University of Tsukuba) and Australia (Queensland University of Technology). He is currently president of the National Network of Excellence for Research in Cybersecurity (RENIC) and also chairs the AENOR / UNE Standardization Subcommittee on Data Protection, Privacy and Identity Management. He has been a director of the International Security Committee of HUAWEI (2015-2019), and he has also been the representative of Spain in the Technical Committee of Security and Privacy of IFIP (2003-2018).
Technical Architrect, Building Engineer, Master´s Degree in Sustainability and Building Management in the Tourism Sector and Professional Expert in Facility Management. BREAAM associate as well as member of the Review Committee of the BREAAM 2019 manual in the waste area. He is Passivehaus Tradesperson and member of the CE marking and evaluation committee, as notified body of the CEMOSA laboratory. He develops his professional activity as Responsible for Quality and Sustainability in Construcciones Bonifacio Solís, S.L. building company. Vice President and Secretary of the Official Association of Quantity Surveyors and Technical Architects of Malaga since 2009 and Accountant Treasurer of the Andalusian Council of Quantity Surveyors since 2013.
Industrial Engineer from the University of Malaga. Trainer in energy certification of buildings by the Andalusian Energy Agency/IDAE. Expert in energy efficiency of buildings by the Andalusian Council of Industrial Engineers. Technical partner for the coordination and development of the first Energy Optimization Plans of the municipalities of Malaga, through the Malaga Provincial Government and the Society of Planning and Development (Sopde). Director of Engineering and Projects 4TEnergy since 2014 and Head of Engineering at TCS Ingenieros since 2000.
PhD Architect from the University of Seville in 2018. Master in Environment and Bioclimatic Architecture Polytechnic University of Madrid -MAYAB-UPM- in 2011. Master’s Degree in Sustainable City and Architecture -MCAS-US- in 2013. Extraordinary Award of MCAS Master 2012 / 2013 University of Seville. Research focused on the treatment of coastal tourism space as a socio-ecosystem for its integrated regeneration. Other lines of research: gender and sustainability in the urban environment. Guest professor at MAYAB since 2012.
Administrative Law PhD. Regional Planning University Specialist, Polytechnic University of Valencia. She develops an intense teaching and research work at the University of Malaga. She was a visiting professor at Virginia Tech, Polytechnic Institute of Technology in Blacksburg at Virginia Centre for Housing Research. Visiting Professor at Harvard University at different times, and member of the Spanish Association of Professors of Administrative Law, she has been proposed as the Liaison for Public Policy of the Higher Education Technology and Learning Association, based in New York. She participates in the RUITS, Research Unit of the Faculty of Law, Arts and Sciences of Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge (UK). Director of research projects in the field of construction, housing and social rights.
Ester Higueras is a Doctor of Architecture, professor of the UPM, and professor of the Master of Environment and Bioclimatic Architecture of the UPM, as well as the University Master of Territorial Planning of the UPM. She has participated in numerous post-graduate courses and conferences. She has directed more than 15 doctoral thesis and has been tutor of more than 60 Final Degree projects of the UPM. In MAYAB, she teaches the subjects Bioclimatic and sustainable city and Urban and Building Rehabilitation. Responsible for the TFM of Urbanism of the MAYAB with more than 60 directed works.
PhD Architect from the University of Seville, hired professor at the Dpt. Of Architectural Technology I of the School of Architecture of Seville, Master in Architecture and Heritage, Master in Expert Opinion and Repair of Buildings, director-coordinator of the First International Congress and III National Sustainable Construction and Eco-efficient Solutions, member of the Scientific Committee on Housing Environment published by the Department of Environment of the Polytechnic University of Krakow. Researcher in numerous R & D research projects related to sustainability in building. Author of numerous articles published in journals of impact.
PhD in the area of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Malaga. Specialized in Building and Urban Development architect (1996) by E.T.S. Architecture of Seville, where he won the III Dragados Award for Best Thesis (1997). He began his research career as an intern FPDI of the Board of Andalusia in the same school (1999-2003). In 2003 he performed a doctorate from the University of Seville and received the Extraordinary Doctoral Award a year later. In 2007 he joined Malaga University as an Assistant Professor at E.T.S. Architecture, of which he was secretary in the period 2007-10. He has lectured in courses of international PhD and participated in numerous projects of regional and national research in the line of tourism, regional development and historical heritage. It highlights the project of excellence “Minimum pieces of Tourism” and “Atlas Tourism on the Costa del Sol”, with research contracts as writing.
PhD. Architect Professor of the School of Architecture of Malaga. Architect in the free exercise of the profession. Master in Environment and Bioclimatic Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, E.T.S.A. (2010). Professor at the School of Architecture of Malaga since 2008. Professor of the postgraduate course of the UMA “I Expert in building”. Graduate course professor of AMU “II Course of Sustainable Urban Mobility. Mobility. Territory and universal accessibility”. Visiting Professor in the Master of Environment and Bioclimatic Architecture. 2012 course. U.P.M., E.T.S.A. Malaga headquarters.
The 2020 edition of the IGC was held online in streaming.