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CASA creates the first ‘Smart Cities’ masters

The Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London, host of the Smart Urbanism ‘Massive Small’ research project, have launched an exciting new course  under the leadership of Dr Andrew Hudson Smith and chairmanship of Professor Mike Batty. It takes two forms: An MSc (Master of Science) and  MRes (Master of Research) degrees which…

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Royal Commission funds ‘Massive Small’ Project

A research and development project has been funded by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 as part of a two-year Fellowship in the Built Environment. It looks to evolve the simple rules, conditions and leadership necessary to deliver a viable human habitat within the context of an evolved planning system. Its prime purpose…

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Smart Urbanism at Oxford University

A lecture programme in Smart Urbanism was successfully launched as part of the Masters in Sustainable Urban Development course at Oxford University’s School of Continuing Education. The course, under the leadership of Dr David Howard was developed by the Prince’s Foundation and largely caters to international students who have experience in urban development. As a…

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