Presentations

Presentations

THURSDAY JUNE 13:

SESSION 1 – WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS

Introduction of the Conference (*)
Stefanie Dreyer – Journalist and Conference Moderator

Welcome from Ca’ Foscari(*)
Tiziana Lippiello – Vice-Rector of the Ca’ Foscari University

Welcome from Venice(*)
Luca Batistella – Councillor, Municipality of Venice

Welcome from Major Cities of Europe(*)
Giorgio Prister – President of Major Cities of Europe

SESSION 2 – DIGITAL VENICE

Overview of the projects and digital services of the City of Venice
Giuseppe Mella, Stefania Battaggia, Roberto Di Bussolo – Municipality of Venice
Paolo Bettio, Federica Braga – VENIS S.p.A. Venice Municipality ICT services provider
Morgan Chirici – AVM S.p.A. Venice Mobility Organisation
Edmondo Pasquetti – M9 District
Renzo Favaretto – Veritas S.p.A. Veneto Region Public Multi-utility

TIM for Digital Venice
Francesco Pagliari – VP IT Offering for Business Market – TIM

SESSION 3 – DIGITAL ITALY – PANEL DISCUSSION

The implementation of the Italian Digital Agenda at all government levels (national, regional and municipal) explored within the EU framework: achievements and challenges
Mattia Fantinati – Undersecretary of State for Public Administration
Roberta Cocco – Alderman for Innovation and Digital Agenda – Comune di Milano
Simone Puksic – President of Assinter – Association Regions’ Organisations for Technological Innovation
Raffaele Gareri – Chief Digital Transition Officer at Roma Capitale
Francesco Ferri – President – Lombardia Informatica
Francesco Pagliari – VP IT Offering for Business Market – TIM
Luca Attias – National Commissioner for Digital Agenda – Continuity in change: solving Italy’s unresolved digital emergency

SPEED DATING SESSION

COMPACT EU project
by Paolo Roccetti – Project Coordinator of COMPACT

POLIVISU EU project
by Susie Ruston McAleer – Managing Director & Founder, 21c Consultancy

REPLICATE EU project
by Gianluca Vannuccini – Manager Technical Infrastructure Development- Florence Municipality

CLASS EU project
by Maria A. Serrano – Research Scientist – Barcelona Supercomputing Center

EVITEN, CITIES 4 PEOPLE, AVINT & DESMOSEU EU projects
by Christina Karamperi – Departement of Research – E-Trikala

PON METRO EU project
by Daniela Venanzi – National Operational Programme Metropolitan Cities 2014-2020 – Italian Agency for Territorial Cohesion

PwC
by Simone Pompili – Director TechGov – PwC – Italy

WINTECH S.p.A.
by Massimo Gallotta – CEO – Wintech S.p.A.

GRUPPO MAGGIOLI
by Nicola Frau – International Business Development Manager – Maggioli Group

ALFRESCO
by Carina Kriegenhofer – Senior Marketing Manager EMEA – Alfresco

Keynotes

Exploring Digital Government Transformation: understanding public sector innovation in a data-driven society(*)
Gianluca Misuraca – Senior Scientist – European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, Seville

The Augmented City
Alessandro Ippolito – ORACLE – Technology Country Leader Italy

How context information and interoperability can change smart cities’ technology and business
Ricardo Vitorino – ETSI – European Standards Organisation

Citizens Services and the Digital Divide paradigm shift
Michael Patrick Crowley – VMWARE EMEA Dir. Pub.Sec. & Healthcar

PARALLEL TIM SEMINAR

A special Project for Venice by TIM: The Smart Control Room
Francesco Pagliari – VP IT Offering for Business Market – TIM
Andrea Acquaroni – Chief Maketing Officer – Fabbrica Digitale

PARALLEL NUTANIX SEMINAR

A cloud efficient, agile, AI-ready infrastructure that delivers power and integrated Public data services(*)
Fabio Zambon – Territory Account Manager – Nutanix Italy

SESSION 4 – CITIES AS SERVICE HUBS – CITIZEN AT THE CENTRE

The Wiener Stadtwerke Digital Ecosystem
Benedikt Schraik – Head of Digital Transformation – Wiener Stadtwerke GmbH

Modern management of the city requires an integrated municipal platform
Liora Shechter – CIO & Smart City Manager – Tel Aviv Municipality

Digital plans in Firenze and Prato: smart city and utilities
Andrea Sbandati – CEO – Consortium of Tuscany Utilities
Gianluca Vannuccini – Manager of Technology Infrastructure Development Office – Florence Municipality

Shaping digital transformation in Leipzig
Beate Ginzel – Manager – Office for Urban Regeneration – City of Leipzig
Lars Greifzu – Member of the Management Board – LECOS

INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP – EU PROJECT POLIVISU: City Data for Policy Co-Creation – Visualise | Discuss | Decide Autopartage coivoiturage italy(*) L’Open Data à Issy-les-Moulineaux Smart Issy – The innovation hub of Greater Paris
Susie McAleer, 21c Consultancy
Lieven Raes, Smart Cities Information Flanders
Matteo Satta, Issy-les-Moulineaux
Joran Van Daele, Gent
Pavel Kogut, 21c Consultancy

Friday, JUNE 14:

Keynotes

The Work of Major Cities of Europe
Glyn Evans – Vice President of Major Cities of Europe

Korean Smart CityModel
Kim Young-Sik – Visiting Professor – Global IT Technical Programme, KAIST – Korea advanced Institute of Science & Technology

(Big) Data-Driven Policy-Making
Peter Parycek – Fraunhofer Fokus Inst.- Center for Public IT & Danube-University Krems

Snap4City: a platform for Smart Cities and Living Labs
Paolo Nesi – Professor and Snap4City/Km4City coordinator – University of Florence

Government, quo vadis? Future roles of public, private and plural sector
Isabella Mader – CEO – Excellence Institute – Austria

Infrastructures and Data: enabling the “augmented citizenship” for both people and business
AXIANS ITALIA – Federico Cavallo – Int. Marketing & Communication

ORACLE PARALLEL SEMINAR

The Next Generation Urban Evolution
Maria Costanzo – Innovation & Solution Engineers Director

VMWARE PARALLEL SEMINAR

The unavoidable transformation: leading the change to face the challenge
Michele Apa – Systems Engineering Manager, VMware Italia

WORKSHOP EU PROJECT BIG POLICY CANVAS: Collaboration amongst stakeholders towards building a more effective, efficient, precise and (big) data-based public sector by
Ricard Munné, Atos Research & Innovation
Juliane Schmeling, Fraunhofer Institute for Open Comm. Systems
Eleni Kanellou, National Techn. Univ. of Athens
Francesco Mureddu, Lisbon Council for Economic Competitiveness and Social Renewal

PARALLEL SESSION 5A – NEW & EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES BLOCKCHAIN AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

The Time is Right – Build a European Government blockchain infrastructure
Dieter Rehfeld – General Manager – Regio-IT – Aachen

Building a new digital era of public administration with blockchain and AI
Daniel Marco – Director SmartCatalonia at Government of Catalonia

Innovation, driven by the city of Antwerp
Tobias Verbist – Chief Enterprise Architecture & Innovation at Digipolis – Antwerp

Unleash the potential of public data
Agostino Cortesi – University Ca’ Foscari – Venice

Emergency Management solution based on IBM Watson AI and other cases (Cognitive, Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics)
Enrico Merigliano – R&D Manager – Wintech Spa
Federico Cussigh – Senior Partner – IDSys – IT’S:.:B2B

PARALLEL SESSION 5B – CHANGING ROLES, CHANGE MANAGEMENT AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

Leading for better outcomes
Nadira Hussain – Leadership Development & Research Director – Socitm UK
Sandra Taylor – Head of ICT Services – Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council and Vice President – Socitm UK

Adaptive Positive Deviance Strategy – How Cities Can Embrace Uncertainty and Become Wiser
Mor Harir – Consultant – Israel Institute of Smart Cities

The Digital Transformation of the German Educational System
Hannes Alpheis – Manager Public Administrattion – City State of Hamburg

People drive the change
Simone Pompili – Director TechGov PwC – Italy

How to build a cloud that will help better serve your citizens
Christian Chichkine – EMEA Cloud Transformation Advisor – Nutanix

WORKSHOP – COMPACT EU PROJECT – Cybersecurity solutions for Local Public Administration
Project Intro
Discussion Panel
Risk Assestment and psychological factors
Awareness Training
Information Hub

Davor Meersman, GM Open & Agile Smart Cities
Fabio Massacci, Professor, UNITN
David Goodman, Senior Consultant, Trust in Digital Life

PARALLEL SESSION 6A THE MORAL MAZE – or the role of cities in avoiding a digital dystopia

My data: the use of personal data not to stake someone out but to empower citizens
Herve’ Groleas – CIO – Lyon Metropolis

Shining a light on the ethical use of data
Martin Ferguson – Policy and Research Director – Socitm UK

Issy, a sustainable approach on Data: the Qwant example
Matteo Satta – E.U. Project Manager – ISSY MEDIA

PARALLEL SESSION 6B TROUBLED PROJECTS – GOOD PROCUREMENT

Troubled IT-Projects – Theory and Practice on the way out of the crisis
Norbert Weidinger – Deputy CIO – City of Vienna

Leading to Success – how strict and standardized guidelines change and support the project culture
Joern Riedel – CIO – State of Hambur

Innovative e-procurement
Marco Alfieri – Head of Maggioli e-Procurement Division – Maggioli Group

SESSION 7 – WORLD CAFÉ DISCUSSION TABLES

CITIES AS SERVICE HUBS – CITIZEN AT THE CENTRE
Gianluca Misuraca – Senior Scientist – European Commission’s Joint Research Centre in Seville

NEW & EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES: BLOCKCHAIN & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Paolo Boscolo – Head of the Telecommunications Group – City of Prato

CHANGING ROLES, CHANGE MANAGEMENT AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
Nadira Hussain – Leadership Development & Research Director – Socitm UK

THE MORAL MAZE – OR THE ROLE OF CITIES IN AVOIDING A DIGITAL DYSTOPIA(*)
Martin Ferguson – Policy and Research Director – Socitm UK

TROUBLED PROJECTS – GOOD PROCUREMENT(*)
Norbert Weidinger – Deputy CIO – City of Vienna

CYBERSECURITY – CHALLENGES FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONS?
Nelson Escravana – Director of Communications and Cybersecurity at INOV

DATA FOR POLICY MAKING
Nuria De Lama – Vice-Secretary General – Big Data Value Association

STANDARDS FOR SMART CITIES
Alan Shark – CEO – Public Technology Institute

PRIZE DRAW AND CONCLUDING REMARKS

(*) Speech without presentation or missing