Predictive analytics, big data, mobility and open platforms for an efficient and participative city
EIT Digital Cities Summer School
|||July 1 - July 14||Apply now|
Within cities, predictive analytics play a role in many different domains such as citizen participation, city resilience, prevention of pollution, managing risks, public transportation and private mobility. Predictive analytics provides a way to shape data into meaningful decisions. It uses data analytics to make predictions and generate strategic, operational assets.
Public authorities and private companies can benefit from these insights and provide better services to citizens. The Summer School programme will focus on the opportunities that data analytics can create for cities, citizens, and entrepreneurs in a wide range of user applications e.g. telecommunication infrastructure, urban logistics, tourism, security or social Wi-Fi.
This summer school is related to the Digital Cities action line - a focus area for EIT Digital innovation projects and business development with emphasis on mobility, information and safety in cities. A multidisciplinary approach including service design, urbanism, and social sciences is used in the summer school to provide an accurate understanding of the problems cities are facing and the means to overcome these, by developing sustainable business models.
Summer School Fee
|Category||Fee 1 week||Fee 2 weeks||Accommodation||Travel|
|EIT Digital Doctoral students||n/a||Stipend||Incl||Incl|
|Students, ARISE countries||n/a||Stipend||Incl||Incl|
|Students, other universities (incl. partner universities)||n/a||€750||€250||Excl|
|Professionals, partner companies3||€1.4001||€1.9601||Excl2||Excl|
|Professionals, external companies||€1.750||€2.450||Excl2||Excl|
- Discount 20%
- Offer to join EIT Digital master student's hotel EIT at a price of €250 (shared room for 12 nights)
- EIT Digital member companies
Summer School programme
The first week of the Summer School the main focus will be on thematic lectures by academics and industrialists, network activities and introduction to the cases for the business development assignment. Teams will start to work on the ideation phase and will present the value proposition and revenue model at the end of the week.
The second week will continue with the team work to turn the business idea into a viable business plan with start-up strategy, marketing and financial planning. The business plan will be presented at the end of the week in a final pitch in front of a business panel.
To bring the participants up to speed on the basic understanding of Innovation and Entrepreneurship topics, an online starter-kit will be sent out before entering the following Summer School 2018.
Get to know Stéphane
Stéphane Péan is leading the EIT Digital 'Digital Cities’ Action Line.
Prior to joining EIT Digital, Stéphane held various roles in the automotive and future mobility sectors and was most recently a Project Manager at Toyota Motor Corporation. Before that he also held posts including Consultant in collaboration with IHS Automotive, Analyst at PSA Tokyo Office and Head of ITS France. Stéphane holds Master’s Degrees in Urbanism from Sciences Po Paris and in Intelligent Transportation Systems from École des Ponts/ParisTech, as well as an MBA in Global Business & Leadership from Globis University of Tokyo.