Elsevier launched a new book series to publish a collection of insights into the diverse constitution of smart cities for improving both the theory and practice of smart cities, and transferring the knowledge acquired to scholars, policymakers and practitioners alike. Subjects to publish shall include, but not be limited to:
-Theoretical underpinnings and supporting methodological approaches;
-Ecosystems, resilience and climate change adaptation
-Human, institutional and machine driven-intelligence;
-The Internet, digital platforms, cloud-computing and IoT;
-Big data and crowdsourcing;
-Energy, food and water security, waste management and intelligent transport systems;
-Health and education services;
-Planning and design of user-centric services;
-Sustainable social, environmental and economic developments;
-Governance of global challenges, changing securities and inequalities;
-Future prospects, implications and impacts.
-Championing interdisciplinary perspectives
The series shall offer the opportunity for readers to understand smart cities as a holistic compilation of ‘˜theoretical expansions’ , ‘˜practice reviews’ and ‘˜future directions’ . Theoretical expansions’ , ‘˜practice reviews’ and ‘˜future directions’ that shall offer the type of insights which scholars, policymakers and practitioners need in order to know how smart cities are are sustaining innovative solutions for urban development in the 21st century.
The editors of the book series are:
Tan Yigitcanlar, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Nicos Komninos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Mark Deakin, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland.
For prospective authors interested in publishing their work in this new series, please contact Senior Acquisitions Editor Brian Romer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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