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Chair ''Villes et numérique''

Cities undergo transformations whose significance and impacts are not yet well perceived. « The smart city driven by digital technology, is poised to replace the typical networked city of the industrial era, whose success was built on its hard infrastructure, from roads to water supply and sanitation systems, not only as a technological optimum but also as a social and political project » (Antoine Picon, Smart cities, Wiley, 2015).


The research report

What were the main results of the research at Sciences Po in 2016? What were the publications, projects, recruitments that marked this year 2016? What has happened in terms of referencing scientific publications, open access, dissemination of knowledge, doctoral training, international partnerships, European funding or recruitment strategy? What has been the profound transformation of governance and research architecture at Sciences Po?


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