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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

3rd International Conference on Smart Cities and Sustainable Planning (SCSP)

3rd International Conference on Smart Cities and Sustainable Planning (SCSP) will be held in Center of Urban and Regional Planning for Postgraduate Studies, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq in 29-30 March, 2022.

SCSP organized by University of Baghdad (UOB), Center of Urban and Regional Planning for Postgraduate Studies (IURP) in University of Baghdad, Statistical and Informatics Consultation Center (SICC), Dijla Co. Pvt. Ltd (Dijla). SCSP Aims to bring together all aspects and research works in scientific platform to disscusse the latest and new trends in topics covered under broad areas such as Smart Cities and Urban Planing. Many cities have made a qualitative leap in their different living systems through several technical systems and applications that have entered significantly in various areas of life. Therefore, studying the technical elements involved in planning and designing modern cities to transform them into smart cities has become an essential issue. By using information and communication technology to make the components of cities, their infrastructure, facilities, and services more effective and interactive with people to reach cooperative cities that achieve maximum benefits for the residents. Our conference addresses the issue of new city designs and the development of existing contemporary cities based on modern standards that stimulate technological development and scientific progress by introducing artificial intelligence into the urban environment. To ensure a high quality of life for its residents and meet the basic needs to achieve social, economic, and environmental well-being. The conference is co-published by IOP Publishing LtdIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science Online ISSN: 1755-1315, Print ISSN: 1755-130, and AIP Conference Proceedings ISSN: 0094-243X, 1551-7616.

  • IMPORTANT DATES
  • AUTHOR REGISTERATION OPEN : 01 Nov. 2021
  • PAPER SUPMISSION STARTED : 01 Nov. 2021
  • PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE : 01 Feb. 2022
  • ACCEPTANCE DEADLINE DATE : 01 March 2022
  • THE CAMERA READY DEADLINE : 10 March 2022
  • PRELIMINARY PROGRAM : 20 March 2022
  • CONFERENCE SESSION STARTED: 29 March 2022
  • ATTEND || POSTER REGISTRATION
  • REGISTRATION STARTED:      01 November 2021
  • REGISTERATION DEADLINE : 01 March 2022

Conference Publications

IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science

IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (EES) is an Open Access proceedings journal that provides a fast, versatile and cost-effective proceedings publication service., Online ISSN: 1755-1315, Print ISSN: 1755-1307 is a Conference Series covering the technologies Agriculture and Food, Agriculture and Food, Biodiversity and conservation, Biogeochemical cycles, Climate and ecology, Energy, Environmental chemistry, environmental health, environmental risk assessment, Environmental engineering, sustainability, and green technology, Infrastructure and Sustainability, Natural resources, Policy, Pollution, etc.
This Title is Indexed in Scopus, Inspec, Compendex, INIS (International Nuclear Information System), Chemical Abstracts, and NASA Astrophysics Data System.

AIP Conference Proceedings

Accepted Papers in SCSP conference will be published in AIP Conference Proceedings. AIP has been a trusted publishing partner for more than 40 years, delivering fast, affordable, and versatile publishing for maximum exposure of your meeting’s key research. Our conference proceedings program reports the findings presented at scientific meetings from large international conferences to small specialist workshops. Subject areas span the physical sciences, including physics, math, chemistry, materials science, and engineering. AIP Conference Proceedings ISSN: 0094-243X, 1551-7616AIP Indexed in leading databases — Web of ScienceScopusInspec and Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), Astrophysics Data System (ADS)
This Title is Indexed in Scopus, Inspec, Compendex, INIS (International Nuclear Information System), Chemical Abstracts, and NASA Astrophysics Data System.

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS

Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad

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The Modren Center in Iraq for Smart Cities and Urban Planning

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Where the History and Technology of Smart Cities Collide

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Keynote Speakers

Prof. Dr. Bharat Bhushan India

Sharda University, India

Prof. Dr. Matthias Finger

Switzerland
EPFL, Switzerland.

Prof. Dr. María Rosa CerveraSpain

University of Alcala, Spain

Conference Chairs

Prof. Dr. Kareem Hassan AlwanDean of CURP Center, University of Baghdad, Iraq

Prof. Dr. Jamal Baqir Mutlaq

Chair of Scientific Committee, CURP Center, University of Baghdad.

Prof. Dr. Firas Thamer Al-RawiConference Patron, CURP Center, University of Baghdad

Conference Editors

Prof. Dr. Firas Thamer Al-Rawi

CURP Center, University of Baghdad

 

Prof. Dr. Ahmed J. Obaid

SICC Center, University of Kufa.

 

Scientific Committee

  1. Dr. Jamal Baqir Mutlaq ( Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  2. Dr. Nada Khalifa Al-Rikabi ( Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  3. Dr. Firas Thamer Al-Rawi ( Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  4. Dr. Mustafa Abdul Jalil ( Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  5. Dr. Amer Shakir Al-Kinani ( Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  6. Dr. Muhib Kamel Al-Rawi ( Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  7. Dr. Ihsan Sabah ( Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  8. Dr. Thaer Shaker ( Center for Strategic Studies, University of Anbar) – Iraq.
  9. Dr. Shaima Al-Ahbabi (College of Engineering, Al-Nahrain University) – Iraq.
  10. Dr. Antar Abdel Aal (College of Architecture and Planning, Imam Abdul Rahman bin Faisal University) – KSA.
  11. Dr. Shahham Alloush (College of Architecture, Sultan Qaboos University )- Oman.
  12. Dr. Ayman Tohme (Academy of Architecture, Al-Balqa Applied University) – Jordan.
  13. Dr. Rida Yousef Deeb (Institute of Regional Planning, University of Damascus) – Syria.
  14. Dr. Hussam Al-Waer (School of Art and Design, University of Dundee) – UK.
  15. Dr. Amir Gohar (School of Art and Design, University of Huddersfield) – UK.
  16. Dr. Rosa Cervera Sarda (Faculty of Engineering, University of the Citadel) – Spain.
  17. Dr. Yousnani Muwahhid Yusuf (College of Engineering, University of Dar es Salaam)- Brunei.
  18. Dr. Milti Fakrol (College of Engineering, Tersaki University) – Indonesia.
  19. Dr. Estri Nokruha (College of Engineering, Tersaki University) – Indonesia.
  20. Dr. Abdul Wahab Al-Wahab, ( Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.

Organizing Committee

  1. Dr. Kareem Hassan Alwan(Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  2. Dr. Louay Taha Muhammad (Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  3. Dr. Ahmed J. Obaid (Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Kufa) – Iraq.
  4. Dr. Areej Khairy (Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  5. Dr. Ali Hussein Al Janabi (Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  6. Dr. Falah Mehdi Mousavi (Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  7. Dr. Abbas Hashem dish (Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  8. Dr. Ammar Khalil Ibrahim (Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  9. Dr. Zahra Emad (Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  10. Sally Adnan (Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.
  11. Nadia Sobeih (Center for Urban and Regional Planning, University of Baghdad) – Iraq.

Conference Topics

SCSP-2022 Welcomes Submissions on Original Contributions are solicited on topics covered under broad areas such as (but not limited to):

SCSP Scientific Committee

Registration Plans

Full Paper Participation
175 $
Facilities of Full papers submission

2 Day Access to Conference Venue

Session Access for Discussion

Conference Participation Certificate

Conference Award from Organizer

Thankful Letter from Organizers

Poster Participation
50 $
Facilities of Poster

2 Day Access to Conference Venue

No Workshop Access

Conference Participation Certificate

Conference Award from Organizers

Thankful Letter from Organizers

Attendance || Visitor
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Facilities of Attendance and Visitors

2 Day Access to Conference Venue

No Workshop Access

Session Access As Visitor

Attendance Certificate

Coffee Break Access

Caution..

Convening SCSP 2022 Conference depends on the health and epidemiological situation of Coronavirus 19 (COVID-19) in Iraq .. In the event that the epidemic does not subside, the conference management will hold it through the Zoom platform .. All details of the conference Sessions and Agenda will be published at the First Week of March 2022.

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About Center for Urban and Regional Planning
Literally transferring development models and methods of development from developed countries to developing countries is neither correct nor successful in implementation, due to the different needs, cultures, trends and strategic requirements of these countries. Development plans require that they be formulated with this perception and stem from the core of these needs and aspirations and are studied by local planners who are familiar with the reality of their countries, their needs and their cultures. Based on this, there is an urgent need for planners who are working to develop specifications and methods of planning at its various stages and levels (local, urban, and regional), in light of the urbanization and development movement in the country. This is what emerged from the scientific symposium held by the Ministry of Planning in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program (UNPD) in 1970.
Accordingly, the Law No. 116 of 1971 was issued establishing the Urban and Regional Planning Center at the University of Baghdad
Our Goals, Objectives
Vision
Contribute to creating planning awareness and preparing qualified planners to deal with the expected planning changes and challenges in a way that ensures laying the foundations of the desired modern renaissance in Iraq.
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Contribute to building and developing human capital in Iraq along with other university institutions, in a way that provides state and community institutions with planners specialized in planning at its local, urban, and regional levels, and keeping pace with scientific development in the field.

Objectives

The establishment of the Urban and Regional Planning Center came to meet Iraq’s urgent need for specialized planners holding a higher professional diploma, a master’s degree, and a doctorate in the field of urban and regional planning, to be qualified in drawing up spatial development policies, translating them into plans and following up on their implementation, starting with the study of the spatial environment (cities, governorates). and regions).

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