Development of Human Resources for the Governance of Sustainable Smart Cities - CAP4CITY Project

Armando De Giusti , Patricia Pesado , Ariel Pasini , Pablo Thomas , Rocío Muñoz1 Juan Santiago Preisegger1 Elsa Estevez , Pablo Fillottrani , Sonia Rueda, Karina Cenci.

1. Instituto de Investigación en Informática LIDI (III-LIDI) Facultad de Informática – Universidad Nacional de La Plata 1 Becario postgrado UNLP. 50 y 120 – La Plata, Buenos Aires. Centro Asociado CIC. 526 e/ 10 y 11 – La Plata, Buenos Aires. (degiusti, ppesado, apasini, pthomas, rmunoz,jspreisegger) @lidi.info.unlp.edu.ar

2.Laboratorio de Ingeniería de Software y Sistemas de Información (LISSI) Departamento de Ciencias e Ingeniería de la Computación – Universidad Nacional del Sur Av. San Andrés 800 – Campus de Palihue – Bahía Blanca, Buenos AiresCentro Asociado CIC. 526 e/ 10 y 11 – La Plata, Buenos Aires (ece, prf, svr, kmc) @cs.uns.edu.ar

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The CAP4CITY project aims to strengthen and develop the capacity of academic institutions in Latin America and Europe to improve the quality of higher education in the field of sustainable smart cities. The Project is co-financed within the framework of the Erasmus + Program of the European Union, for capacity building in higher education. The progress of the first year of the project and the activities to be carried out in the following period are presented.

Keywords
Smart Cities – Governance Capabilities – Digital Governance – International Collaboration