Below are the Programmable City Project Launch Presentations. The presentations are much more dynamic as some are animated while others include videos, but alas, sharing makes them a little static. The videos will soon be available, and watching them live will provide you with more of a sense of what the talks were about. Here is the full program.
Introduction: The Programmable City Project
- Rob Kitchin, PI Programmable City Project, NIRSA, NUIM
Session 1: Software and cities
- Matt Wilson (Harvard), Quantified Self-City-Nation
- Martin Dodge (Department of Geography, University of Manchester), Code and Conveniences
Session 2: Data and cities
- Tim Reardon (Assistant Director of Data Services, MAPC, Boston), Putting Data to Work in Metro Boston
- Tracey P. Lauriault (Programmable City team), A genealogy of open data assemblages
Session 3: Smart Cities
- Siobhan Clarke (Trinity College Dublin), ICT-Enabled Behavioural Change in Smart Cities
- Adam Greenfield (London School of Economics), Another city is possible: Networked urbanism from above and below? Visit Adam’s Website UrbanScale
Session 4: Programmable City PhD/Postdoc projects & Gavin McArdle – Dublin City Dashboard Demo
- Robert Bradshaw, Smart Bikeshare
- Dr Sophia Maalsen, How are discourses and practices of city governance translated into code?
- Jim Merricks White, Towards a Digital Urban Commons:Developing a situated computing praxis for a more direct democracy
- Alan Moore, The Role of Dublin in the Global Innovation Network of Cloud Computing
- Dr Leighton Evans, How does software alter the forms and nature of work?
- Darach Mac Donncha, ‘How software is discursively produced and legitimised by vested interests’
- Dr Sung-Yueh Perng, Programming Urban Lives
- Dr Gavin McArdle, NCG, NIRSA, NUIM, Dublin Dashboard Performance Indicators & Metrics