International Master’Be smart in the City’

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First Edition International Master online ‘Be Smart in The City’. “In the heart of the modern metropolis where innovation meets sustainability,a new generation of leaders is emerging”. “Be Smart in the City” will connect you with pioneers in the field.  Are you ready to shape the future of our cities?

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The International Master ‘Be Smart In the City’ is an advanced training programme aimed at providing the knowledge and skills needed to design, develop, and manage the complex systems that make up smart cities.

The programme consists of a combination of theoretical and practical modules with exercises, examples, and case studies.

The Master is divided into 17 modules and explores a new reality in the digital age based on the functioning of urban and environmental nerve centers in synergy with the human beings and in synchronous intersectoral balance of the urban connective system. The “Big Challenge” of the old continent: existing cities are set on a systemic mechanism to be digitally optimised. The topics that will be covered for the development and management of a Smart City will concern urban sociology, development methods in the housing-environmental, microclimatic, energy, legal, cultural and architectural, museum, metaverse, cyber security, circular economy, transhumanism and ethics, disability/vulnerability and digital. digital technology sectors (IoT, BIM), agri-food sectors, green mobility. A new managerial vision for managing a digital city.

The course is divided into 17 modules covering the following topics:


I Module

Definition of the Smart City and Its Models

In its terminological sense, the ‘Smart City,’ already known in Anglo-American literature in 2008, reshapes the concept of a city. The widespread collective discomfort of contemporary cities, where residents struggle with the altered daily life dictated by the disharmonious functioning of the urban environment, constantly operates at a frenetic pace, managing its functions in a disjointed and convulsive manner due to the lack of systematic and methodological planning.

The construction of the Smart City requires a focus on the physical and technological layers of urban development.

II Module

Smart City Development and Sustainability

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to rethink the concept of inhabiting our cities. Notably, the 2021 Architecture Biennale posed a crucial question: “how will we live together?”

Irreversible digital acceleration and the demand for social interaction.

Temporality and the speed of change.

The new theory of value.

III Module

Digital Solutions and  Innovation Managers

It is possible to harness the collective intelligence of people within society as a driver to promote change and efficiency?

Sustainability of systems for the city and its citizens.

IV Module

Building Information Modeling-BIM

The profound transformation of design, construction, and management processes in the built environment, regulated by digital data, fits within the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Within this context, Building Information Modeling (BIM) has developed, involving the management of informative modeling of buildings and constructions made possible by a structured virtual model (also known by the same acronym, BIM).

The development of BIM is based on the need to coordinate all information related to the design process, from individual element drawings to cost estimation, from temporal management to financial management.

V Module

Microclimate and Environment

The anticipated climate changes by 2050 are now a major concern, with the risk associated with surpassing tipping points.

Interactions in the urban environment, atmospheric pollution. Constructing healthy cities.


VI Module

Agriculture 4.0 and Urban Gardens

Agriculture and rural transformation in a digital context. Sustainability of rural areas and application methods. The context in which the food-city relationship is situated is a global one. Food security and our ability to ensure proper and sufficient nutrition for all.

Urban horticulture brings together what is typically widely separated: food production and urban space. Urban farming encompasses every space, from small home gardens to community gardens and large city parks, including green roofs.

VII Module

Mobilità Green

Hydrogen on the road

Sustainable mobility is an approach to the planning and use of transportation that aims to minimize environmental, social, and economic impacts while promoting an efficient, safe, and equitable transportation system.
VIII Module

Energy Transition


Disciplines working on spatial transformation are increasingly directing our societies, cities, and territories towards the path of metabolism and global ecological footprint, which must not exceed the planet’s resources.

How to make existing heritage in our already built cities “Smart.”

IX Module

Metaverses and Augmented Reality 


Introduction to the Metaverse. Meaning, use, and future developments. From virtual reality to augmented reality, how technology and the market are evolving in this sector.
X Module

Smart City and Cultural Heritage

Architettura ed Archeologia nella Nuova Era Digitale

The presence of a vast artistic and cultural heritage throughout the national territory, along with extraordinary landscape richness, makes Italy an exceptional testing ground for the planned use of new technologies regarding integrated telecommunication systems aimed at solutions for the preservation and enhancement of cultural assets.

Research and restoration in the digital world, new languages. Architectural assets, archaeology, and BIM.

XI Module

Cyber Security and Blockchain

Different levels of protection and their management.

Integrated processes in the city and institutions.


XII Module

Circular Economy

It is essential to focus on the fact that exhaustible and corruptible sources and natural resources must be preserved.

This involves not only limiting consumption but also reintroducing what no longer serves economic needs and functionality back into the production cycle through appropriate processes.

Development of circular economy processes in various areas of sustainable cities.

XIII Module

Soft Law and Smart Cities


Administrative simplification, technology as an effective tool for eliminating forms of administrative power intermediation.

Smart working and teleworking, one evolving from the other, both seemingly inspired by flexibility but showing divergences upon closer inspection.

Analysis of legal systems.

XIV Module

 Transhumanism and  Ethics

Digital and Disability


When experimenting with or applying transhumanist technologies, it is crucial to ensure that the individuals involved have full control over decisions regarding their body and mind. Informed consent must be a priority.

It is essential to ensure that digital technologies, such as websites, applications, and devices, are designed and developed with accessibility approach in mind. This means that they must be usable by individuals with disabilities, including those with visual, auditory, motor, or cognitive impairments.

XV Module

Case Studies

Case Studies models of various sustainable urban operations worldwide and Italian.
XVI Module

Uban Planning e Sustainability

Applying the concept of sustainability to the city generates a model of a smart city.

Practical examples.


XVII Module

Master Conclusion  

The Smart City and the Sustainable City.

The overall objective of the Master is to acquire enabling skills and abilities related to working in smart cities.

The Teachers are prominent figures from the national and international academic, scientific, and private sectors operating in various fields.