21 Oct 2021


The University of Valladolid, in collaboration with the partners of the European SCALE project, have organized an event on trends and innovation in the field of Smart Cities for this coming Thursday, October 21 at 6:00 p.m. This session, open to all audiences free of charge, is specifically designed for all those professionals interested in the field of Smart Cities, and may also be of interest to university or postgraduate students.

In addition, in order that any interested party can attend and participate in it, it has been organized in a hybrid modality:

Those who want to attend in person may go to the Hall of degrees of the School of Computer Engineering of the University of Valladolid.
On the other hand, attendees who prefer to participate virtually will be able to do so through a streaming platform.

In both cases, to control capacity, prior registration is required through the following link.

For a few years now, the rise of Smart Cities is undisputed. For a Smart City to represent a reliable, complete and transferable image, it is necessary to combine existing resources with technology and innovation, without forgetting the importance of training and knowledge.

The SCALE project was born through a Strategic Association between different European partners in order to develop online training resources in the area of ​​Smart Cities and an international internship program. All of this, aimed at university students and using a novel approach and methodology.

The whole SCALE project has been designed with the main objective of increasing the work projection of the students thanks to the acquisition of the necessary competences in the matter. In this way, the companies that hire these students in the future will be more competitive, since they will fill the next vacancies with qualified personnel with key transversal skills in the area of ​​Smart Cities.

The SCALE project is funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus + Program, Agreement number 2018-1-ES01-KA203-050168.

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