Latest contributions about smart city
European cities are smart!
Smart cities projects have increased their popularity worldwide since their very first implementation. But how and to what extent have they expanded in the European Union? On which topics they have been focusing on? Read further for fresh findings from University of Portsmouth‘s team.
The Social Media Engagement Report (D.7.4) has been published!
by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 02/09/2019
Last month of PERCEIVE project!
The project will end on 31 August, but we still have some insights and materials to share with you. Stay tuned!
Both Policy Briefs (D.7.5, D.7.6) are now online!
by University of Bologna | 01/07/2019
PERCEIVE Final Conference presentations are now online!
Download them from Final Conference page!
PERCEIVE Final Conference on 19 June in Brussels
Does Europe feel European? Time to find out. PERCEIVE team is preparing to share the latest results of research with policy-makers and stakeholders in Brussels, on 19 June. The final conference will be the closing event of PERCEIVE project and it will be a great occasion to discuss project findings and hear the feedback from EU professionals and citizens.
Why Should I Care about EU? - PERCEIVE Ideas Lab at EuroPCom 2018
by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 09/11/2018
"Strengthening European identity through Cohesion Policy" Conference in Bucharest
by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 25/10/2018
Wokshop with LMAs in Merida, Spain
by University of Barcelona | 28/09/2018
Wokshop with LMAs in Eisenstadt, Austria
by Vienna University of Economics and Business | 27/09/2018
Wokshop with LMAs in Wrocław, Poland
Wokshop with LMAs in Bucarest, Romania
by Romanian Academy – Institute of Agricultural Economics | 13/09/2018
Wokshop with LMAs in London, United Kingdom
by University of Portsmouth | 03/09/2018
Deliverable 3.4 is online!
by Vienna University of Economics and Business | 31/07/2018
Communicating Cohesion Policy: what is the impact on local audiences? We have looked at “awareness” of the policy and general “appreciation” of the EU as two related indicators of communication performance. Read more in the deliverable or short article curated by the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Wokshop with LMAs in Gothenburg, Sweden
by University of Gothenburg | 30/05/2018
Wokshop with LMAs in Catanzaro, Italy
Wokshop with LMAs in Olsztyn, Poland
Deliverables 2.1, 3.2, 4.3, 4.4 and 5.3 are online!
by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 30/10/2017
Work package 2 delivered its report including the database development and implementation and how it supports all the project WPs and work package 3 a qualitative report with main findings from the interviews.
Deliverables 4.3, 4.4 and 5.3 are online!
by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 27/10/2017
Work package 4 a report on smart cities and resilience and policy recommendations, and work package 5 a database of the topics and sentiments to be made available online for further research.
Deliverables 1.1, 4.2 and 3.1 are online!
by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 27/07/2017
Work package 1 delivered its report on the case-study regions, work package 4 its report on the synergies between EU Cohesion Policy and rural development policies and work package 3 a qualitative report on the impact and effectiveness of communication strategies from the semi structured interviews with cohesion policy practitioners.
Deliverables 4.1 and 5.1 are online!
by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 07/03/2017
Work package 4 delivered its report on smart cities in the European Union and work package 5 its contribution on empirical relevance of a social constructivist and discursive approach to EU identity.
Deliverables 7.1 and 7.2 are online!
by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 23/11/2016
Work package 7 delivered its Dissemination and Communication Strategy and the Project presentation and storytelling website.
PERCEIVE’s Kick-off meeting
by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 30/09/2016
On the 26th and 27th of September 2016, the first meeting of Perceive Project was held at the University of Bologna. All the partners came from all over Europe to present their future research.