Workshop 1: Connectivity, creativity and collaboration: exploring practical foundations for a knowledge city

Wed, 2010-11-17 14:45 - 16:00
Event Name: 
Melbourne 2010 Knowledge Cities World Summit
Event Location: 
Melbourne, Australia


Parallel session 1.1

Chair: A Samarji 

Knowledge cities, regions and societies

Room 219

B Garcia

Making MAKCi: identifying key elements in knowledge-cities benchmarking

S Hohn

Key factors for the success of knowledge cities in Germany - Findings of an empirical study, 2010

O Gonzalez

Knowledge Citizens' Competences How citizens can improve their cities' evaluation as knowledge cities

S Kashuk

The effects of the flow of knowledge and collective intelligence on three centuries of rhizomatic development of Bushehr on the Persian Gulf

M Farhangi

Towards The Knowledge City of Tehran, Challenges and Opportunities


Parallel session 1.2

Chair: A Taibah

Knowledge cities, regions and societies

Room 216

K Kunzmann

Turning knowledge cities into a knowledge region

C Newton

Is the edge the new middle?

D Wang

Interrelationship between Knowledge and Cities: a Case Study of Shenzhen

A Fachinelli

The importance of the community supported university in the development of an emerging knowledge city: a Brazilian case.

A Dornan and C Garner

Knowledge economy development: policy and practice in building a vibrant ecosystem in Manchester, UK


Parallel session 1.3

Chair: H Alnuaim

Asset and capital systems

Room 217

F Carrillo

Knowledge based development metrics: current issues and trends

K Gutowski

Leveraging the Benefits of Knowledge Assets for Members - How CPA Australia is Managing its Knowledge Offer

G Olavarrieta

Intelligence Capital: A Comprehensive Model

R Vines

Cities, human well being and the environment: Conceiving national regulatory knowledge systems to facilitate resilient knowledge, knowledge based development and inter-generational knowing


Parallel session 1.4

Chair: U Marchaim

Asset and capital systems

Room 215

S Garlick

A 'capabilities' solution to the flight of human capital from Australian regions

T Nguyen

The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP): knowledge and skills capacity-building for the biomedical/biotechnology research sector

D Hassett

Knowledge Management and Spatial Information Systems

T Rawnsley

Melbourne's Transformation: Rust Belt to Renaissance