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From Fields to Territories to the Planet e-Department[edit]

Great Challenge[edit]

Description[edit]

A physical territory is a system that naturally integrates a variety of processes usually analyzed by a diversity of disciplines (economics, sociology, and so on). These processes activate natural and social resources and include individual and collective strategies, whose dynamics are coupled in building the territory. Planned and unplanned actions as well as reiterated practices and strategic anticipations are taken by households, firms or government bodies. Physical infrastructures as well as immaterial long lasting socio-spatial configurations constrain these actions and also shape the territory at several scales in space and time. For mastering that complexity, simulation models are needed: for understanding the relationship between processes and structures; for evaluating and preparing individual and collective action; for measuring their impact on the viability of spatial structures. Such models are important issues for helping decision-making and may then contribute to change the evolution of territories.

Board[edit]

  • Céline Rozenblat (chair), UNIL

Bibliography & resources[edit]

the roadmaps

the e-sessions of CS-DC-15.org

Challenges[edit]

flagships[edit]

e-laboratories[edit]

e-teams[edit]

Committees[edit]

Scientific Committee[edit]

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Board[edit]

  • (name) (chair | email)
  • name, name, ...

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e-event Committee[edit]

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  • (name) (chair | email)
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other Committees to be created[edit]

Keywords[edit]

A

   Algeria (1)
   ANTHROPOLOGY/COMMUNICATION (1)
   Approach (1)
   artificial intelligence (2)
   Audit (1)

B

   Balanced Scorecard (1)
   big brother (1)
   big data (1)

C

   Cities (2)
   clinical medicine (1)
   cloud computing (1)
   collective situated intelligence (1)
   commercial use (1)
   Company (1)
   complex systems (10)
   computer science (5)
   Computer Sciences (2)
   computerized medical record (1)
   coordination (1)

D

   data mining (2)
   development of Human-trace e-laboratory (1)
   digital traces production in social media (1)
   door to door (1)

E

   e-city (1)
   eco-design (1)
   Economics (2)
   efficiency (1)
   engineering of territory sustainability (1)
   epidemiology (1)
   equilibrium (1)
   erosion (1)
   Ethics (1)
   evolutionary theory (1)
   Evolutive theory of system of cities (1)
   exclusion (1)

G

   Geography (1)
   geomorphology (1)

H

   human-trace (1)
   human-trace paradigm (1)
   HUMAN-TRACE. Evolution. Human-trace paradigm. History of humanity. Culture/Humanity. Trace. Sign. Signe-trace. Processual traces. French Reconstructivism. (1)
   hypernetwork (1)

I

   Incremental Modelling (1)
   indicator (1)
   Informatics (1)
   innovation ecosystems (1)
   integrative logistics (1)
   integrative risk geomatics (1)
   Intermodal freight transportation (1)
   intermodality (1)

K

   knowledge management (1)

L

   Logistics (1)

M

   managment (1)
   mass production of data (1)
   medical confidentiality (1)
   Medicine (1)
   Model calibration (1)
   modeling (2)
   Moroccan (1)
   multi-agent system (2)
   multi-level geographical modelling (1)
   Multinational firms (1)
   Multiplex (1)
   Multiscale networks (1)

N

   natural risk (1)
   networks (4)
   non-equilibrium dynamics (1)

P

   performance (2)
   performance evaluation (1)
   population dynamics (1)
   profiling (1)

R

   redevelopment (1)

S

   scaling laws (1)
   sea city (1)
   Self organisation (3)
   simulation (2)
   social anthropology (1)
   social norms (2)
   social self-organization (1)
   socio-environmental systems (1)
   soil (1)
   storytelling (1)
   supply chain management (1)
   susceptibility (1)
   sustainable logistics (1)
   sustainable practices (1)

T

   territorial intelligence (1)
   territories (1)
   territory modelling (1)
   trace (1)
   TRACES (1)
   transloading (1)
   transport of goods (1)

U

   urban systems (2)
   Urban transport (1)
   USLE (1)