2018 International Conference on Smart Cities and Urban Design (SCUD 2018) will be held at Wuhan, China on Apr. 21-22, 2018. This Conference covers issues both theoretical and practical areas on smart cities and urban design, dedicated to providing a premier interdisciplinary platform, which bring together the leading academic scientists, researchers, practitioners, educator and research scholars to present and discuss the recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions to support smart cities and urban informatics adopted in the fields of system, networking and communication.
SCUD 2018 invites all the participants from all over the world to attend the conference which includes prompt keynote presentations, oral talks, poster presentations and exhibitions. Oganizing committee of the conference expects and firmly believes that all the attendees around the world will be harvested academically; enjoy the academic exchange and wonderful things Wuhan will offer. We hope that you will take this opportunity to join us.
Sincere gratitude would be extended to all keynotes speakers and conference members for their technical advices and pertinent suggestions, and to all the scholars and experts in this field for eager supports.
We're looking forward to your attendance in Wuhan.
SCUD 2018 has teamed up with publishers MDPI and ITS. Honorable authors are cordially invited to contribute their research papers. All papers submitted to the conference will be subjected to the rigorous peer-review process. For accepted papers, some excellent selected papers will be published as a special issue in the journal Sustainability on MDPI, some other selected papers will be published in journal Urban Design or Data Research on ITS. The criterion of selection for papers is decided by both the conference committee and editorial board of journals. If papers are accepted by MDPI, authors need to pay MDPI for the publication fee, which is not included in the registration fee in conference SCUD 2018.
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