Future Smart Cities (FSC) – 6th Edition
Future Smart Cities (FSC) – 6th Edition

Call For Abstracts

  • 07, Nov / 09, Nov 2023
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Smart cities aim to improve citizens’ quality of life and help promote economic growth by using information and communication technology. It’s not about what technology is available but how to use the technology to help improve in all aspects of life for current and coming generations. This is especially important as according to the United Nations, it’s expected that people living in cities worldwide will reach 66% in 30 years.

This means that the need for more smart systems in urban and transit planning will increase to avoid housing problems, traffics, accidents, etc. Applications of smart communication systems have saved many lives during the pandemic. When hospitals were full of patients and couldn't accept many people to prevent the spread of the virus, smart systems such as making online appointments helped with time management. This in turn increased the number of patients addressed while decreasing the crowding issue.

Smart systems also help improve public safety, learning, education, and community engagements, by providing applications such as video monitoring systems, and educational and communication platforms. Therefore, the concept of smart cities is not only defined for those who live fancy lives or by how better the quality of life that we have but it has become a necessity for every and each city.

Smart cities do not depend only on governments but on people, too. One of the most important aspects of reaching the concept of a smart city is that the government should gain the trust of the people and make them feel safe to join the newly applied smart systems by building strong security systems that protect their personal information from cyberpunk attacks, and data theft.

There is also the challenge of renewable energy and how efficient our cities of the future should be able to use, and many others that should be addressed. For all that has been said, IEREK now organizes the 6th Edition of the International Conference on Future Smart Cities to create a platform for all researchers, academics, practitioners, and stockholders to discuss the latest advancements in diverse fields to help reach the sustainable smart city of the future.

Conference Topics
  • 1. Importance of Building Sustainable Smart Cities

    1.1 Understanding the Significance of Building Sustainable Smart Cities

    1.2 Creating Spaces for Technological, Social, and Business Development Through the Development of Smart Cities

    1.3 Security Enhancements from Building Smart Cities

    1.4 Environmental Benefits of Implementing Smart City Solutions

    1.5 The Well-being Benefits of Green Buildings in Smart Cities

  • 2. Computational Advancements in Future Smart Cities

    2.1 Big Analysis Data Impact on Smart Cities

    2.2 Role of Technology in Sustainable Development

    2.3 The Future of Cloud Computing

    2.4 Tendencies of Technologies and Platforms in Smart Cities

    2.5 Smart Home Management System

  • 3. Energy Efficiency in Smart Cities

    3.1 Renewable Energy and its Efficiency in Smart Cities

    3.2 Energy Efficiency and how it affects the Future of Urban Housing

    3.3 The Role of Smart Grids in Developing Sustainable Building Design

    3.4 Opportunities for Energy Efficiency in Smart Cities

    3.5 Developing Energy Efficiency Optimization Methods

  • 4. Key Components for Developing Smart Cities

    4.1 Concept of Interoperability as a Key to the Emerging Smart City

    4.2 Water-Efficient Infrastructure and Energy Conservation in Smart Cities

    4.3 Trends of Smart Transportation: Smart Parking and Traffic Management

    4.4 Technologies to Improve Emergency Management

    4.5 Development of Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development

  • 5. Challenges in Implementing Smart Cities

    5.1 Building the Infrastructure of a Smart City

    5.2 Revolutionizing Communications for Accurate Service Delivery in Smart Cities

    5.3 Data Security in Smart Cities: Challenges and Solutions

    5.4 Smart City Infrastructure Development Monitoring

    5.5 Smart Healthcare, & Emergency management.

Important Dates
Title Date
Abstract Submissions Deadline 11 May 2023
Last Notification for Abstract Acceptance 10 Jun 2023
Full Paper Submission Deadline 09 Aug 2023
Last Notification for Full-Paper Acceptance 08 Sep 2023
Early Payment Deadline 09 Aug 2023
Regular Payment Deadline 08 Sep 2023
Late Payment Deadline 08 Oct 2023
Letter of Visa (for delegates who need visa entry) 08 Sep 2023
Letter of Final Acceptance 08 Sep 2023
Conference Program 08 Oct 2023
Conference Launch 07 Nov 2023
Conference Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia