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1 Future of Cities Harvard GSD Smart[er] Citizens Bergamo University

2 Future of Cities Harvard GSD Smart[er] Citizens Bergamo University SMART[ER] CITIES Harvard Graduate School of Design SCI Spring 2014 Seminar 4 credits Limited enrollment Location: 20 Sumner 1C Meeting Time: Friday 2:00pm - 5:00pm Course Websites: futureofcities.wikispaces.com facebook.com/futureofcities Course Video Presentation: youtube.com/watch?v=prn7ehmdg-a Nashid Nabian Instructor Stefano Andreani Research Associate, Teaching Fellow COURSE DESCRIPTION In its current state, the vision of a Smart City is very much fostered by a technologicallyenhanced worldview of the urban condition, whereas traditional and modern communication infrastructure, mainly the transport and ICT infrastructures, fuel sustainable urban growth and the quality of urban life. Smart cities are envisioned as wired and ICT-driven cities, saturated with embedded sensors, actuators, digital screens, hand-held devices and smart phones and all sorts of embedded and situated computing devices, with connectivity as the source of their growth and the driver of their effective performance, where all social classes benefit from the technological integrations of their urban fabric. With the objective of developing alternative models of urbanization framed within the context of technologically-enhanced cities, the course will address the emerging areas of Smart[er] Knowledge and Smart[er] Health, exploring the new opportunities offered by innovative technologies for the redefinition of knowledge creation and distribution for ecosystems of innovation, and for the enhancement of health solutions and wellbeing behaviors for healthier practices. The course will investigate both theoretically and practically how new models of networks, enhanced immersive and interactive spaces, and novel computational technologies can contribute to tackle pressing questions of learning and healthcare through the lens of the design of smart architectures, infrastructures and ultimately artifacts, as well as technologically retrofitting or repurposing our built environments. Following rigorous research frameworks, the course is organized around four dimensions: (1) a literature review of Smart Cities, (2) an analytical case study of proposed or practiced smart city solutions, (3) a rigorous investigation of urban problems that can be addressed by smart city inspired solutions, and finally, (4) a handson approach towards envisioning, proposing, designing, developing, and prototypically implementing ITC-driven, networked and integrated solutions to the areas of Smart[er] Knowledge and Smart[er] Health. 2

3 SMART[ER] CITIZENS RESEARCH PROGRAM The course is part of an academic collaboration between Harvard GSD and the University of Bergamo. Representing the typical mid-size European city, Bergamo (Italy) will serve as project site to frame problem areas and test smart design solutions that could be eventually implemented in other cities worldwide. To better investigate the city s problems and actively engage with local stakeholders, a funded site visit to Bergamo is scheduled for the week of February 16th 22nd. Through effective collaborations with experts from the field, international high-tech companies and city representatives, design concepts will be generated in Bergamo and then further developed into integrated projects during the course. SMART[ER] KNOWLEDGE RESEARCH AREA Education will be the critical determinant of success for our communities in the 21st century. Smart[er] Knowledge involves a community that aims to adapt and innovate within a specific urban context, yet as part of a global network. Such territories need to have a high capacity for learning and innovation built into the creativity of their population, their institutions of knowledge production, and their traditional and modern communication infrastructure. Within such a context, the academy could play an ever more important role as an institution, organization and facilitator for the urban community to find its anchors of community life and foster broader, more creative interactions among citizens. All societies have specific learning platforms. What is new in contemporary world is the intentionality of seeking them out as vital to current societal needs, in promoting a participatory governance and the empowerment of citizens, as well as in democratizing access to information and required facilities for innovation. The Smart[er] Knowledge research and applied track aims to rethink and redesign the role of universities in a more participative, democratic, dynamic and yet, functional way, developing an effective integration between academia, institutions, industries and ultimately citizens under new models of University City. In such a context, knowledge production and delivery perhaps more than any other human activity is dependent upon the modes of operation and the learner s elaboration of information. Designing an innovative knowledge system no longer offers a comprehensive top-down approach but rather allows grassroots, participatory practices to emerge through the deployment of appropriate technologies. Knowledge production, dissemination and absorption happen in real places and in dedicated built environments whose functionality is enhanced by use of cyber functions and digital technologies. Through a multi/cross/trans-disciplinary approach, the Course projects will eventually move from a research- to an applied-based knowledge, fostering the emergence of innovative physical and digital platforms at the intersection of knowledge networks. In this sense, high-tech solutions will be integrated with low- or no-tech strategies for highlighting the social relevance of academia, developing a coherent articulation of knowledge environments spatial and virtual arrangement at an increasing scale: artifacts, spaces, environments, and ultimately the city. 3

4 SMART[ER] HEALTH RESEARCH AREA Globally, health challenges have seen a sharp increase in diversity, scale, and complexity over recent decades. Aging populations, widespread obesity, self-destructive lifestyle choices of the urban population in areas such as nutrition, mobility, etc., and ailing urban environments are all taking their toll on outdated healthcare systems. While discouraging and grave, these challenges also present ample opportunities for research and innovation to occur. An unprecedented availability of data both to physicians and patients, for example, could lead to more agile healthcare delivery systems and better informed patient lifestyle choices. Advances in sensing technology could allow a deeper understanding of human behavior and consequently aid in creating actively healthy environments and artifacts. New approaches to the design and production of prosthetics could enhance accessibility and involvement of disabled individuals in domains previously unapproachable. Clearly, the implications of such developments go well beyond the clinic walls and into the built environment. It is, therefore, the role of designers to synthesize this vast range of emerging fields of inquiry into user-centered systems, spaces and objects, made to make wellbeing present and dynamic through experience and feedback. In this sense, effective strategies will be articulated to better integrate healthcare facilities within the city, creating hybrid environments that will eventually promote patients, elderly, disabled and immigrants as active players of the city life. The Smart[er] Health research and applied track ultimately aims to identify the role of the city as key driver to develop practices and spaces for better health behaviors and lifestyles. For that, new communication technologies and organizational models will be exploited. The research will also investigate the role of actors/stakeholders for their re-definition as effective agents of change. BERGAMO FIELD TRIP A funded site visit to Bergamo is scheduled for the week of February 16th 22nd. Students will be term billed $300, which is in addition to the cost of meals and incidentals. Flight tickets will be purchased as a group, so individual flexible dates will not be possible. Accommodation will be provided by the University of Bergamo in their double-room campus facilities. Tentative program: Sunday, February 16th, 2014 Boston - Milan flight Milan - Bergamo ground transportation Monday, February 17th, 2014 Harvard GSD - Bergamo Research Program presentation Problem Analysis and Research Findings introduction Tuesday, February 18th, 2014 Smart[er] Knowledge stakeholders presentations and discussion Smart[er] Health stakeholders presentations and discussion Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 Design Brainstorming Workshop at Technogym Thursday, February 20th, 2014 Design Brainstorming Workshop at IBM 4

5 Friday, February 21st, 2014 Smart Tools Workshop at Bergamo Talent Garden Project Roadmap Saturday, February 22nd, 2014 Bergamo - Milan ground transportation Milan - Boston flight TOOLS During the seminar, a series of workshop specifically tailored for the course objectives will cover the basics of the following software and applications: Video making and editing Introduction to Critical Analysis of Innovation Concept Videos Introduction to Digital Photography and Film Making Introduction to Windows Movie Maker + Microsoft Power Point Introduction to Prezi Introduction to Stop Motion video techniques Introduction to Adobe Illustrator animations Introduction to Adobe After Effects Introduction to Adobe Premiere Smartphone applications Introduction to smartphone applications design workflow Basics of Android App programming COURSE REQUIREMENTS The course is structured according to a rigorous research framework. Following this framework, students will be required to: critically analyse relevant case studies in the two areas of Smart[er] Knowledge (5) and Smart[er] Health (5), as well as case studies in Video Documentation of an Innovation Concept (5); actively engage in creating design concepts through brainstorming sessions; develop design projects at the urban/architectural/artifactural scale. The final projects will consist of prototypes or mockups of urban demo with proof of concept videos. The most promising outcomes of the Course will be then further developed during the summer to design mockups with technical specifications and build working prototypes, towards technology transfer strategies and actual market implementation. The final evaluation will consider the student contribution to each of the course phases, with particular emphasis to the final project. 5

6 COURSE SCHEDULE Session 1 Friday, January 31st, 2014 Introduction to the Course Structure Smart Cities Theoretical Framework Innovating through Design Thinking Session 2 Friday, February 7th, 2014 Case Studies for Smart[er] Health Session 3 Friday, February 14th, 2014 Case Studies for Smart[er] Learning Session 4 Friday, February 16th-22nd, 2014 Field Trip to Bergamo Session 5 Friday, February 28th, 2014 Bergamo Field Trip Wrap-up Video Making and Editing Workshop Session 6 Friday, March 7th, 2014 Case Studies in Video Documentation of an Innovation Concept Project Proposals Session 7 Friday, March 14th, 2014 Work-in-Progress Presentations Research Problems, Objectives, Scenario, Target Group Friday, March 21st, 2014 Spring Break Session 8 Friday, March 28th, 2014 Midterm Review System Components, Interaction Scheme and Data Architecture Session 9 Friday, April 4th, 2014 Work-in-Progress Presentations Relevant Case Studies (5) Session 10 Friday, April 11th, 2014 Work-in-Progress Presentations Mockup or Prototype Session 11 Friday, April 18th, 2014 Work-in-Progress Presentations Video Proof of Concept Story Board Session 12 Friday, April 25th, 2014 Final Review Mockup or Prototype of Urban Demo with Proof-of-Concept Video Harvard GSD + Bergamo University Research Teams 6

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