CONFERENCES

ClickutilityTeam is also specialized in sustaining authorities, public administrations, associations and companies for the organization of national and international events, conferences, workshops, meetings and expos, not only in Genoa but also in other italian cities.

2016 Edition:
17 MARCH, GENOA

The Port of Genoa as the Engine for the Development of the City

City conference organized and promoted by the Municipality of Genoa with the technical support of ClickutilityTeam and Ggallery, which was held on Thursday, 17th March 2016 inside of the Diplomatic Reception Room of Tursi Palace.

The Conference aimed at:

  • present a development prospect in the main branches of activity of the maritime-port cluster of Genoa;
  • suggest a reflection on how city institutions may be able to efficiently sustain the growth of activities of the most important economic branch of the city and subsequently start a new way of confront focused on promoting the relationship between the city and the port community.

2016 Edition:
23 – 28 MAY, GENOA

Genova Smart Week

An international-scale meeting about the development of a innovative and livable city. A week of meeting, workshops, conferences, exhibitions and seminars, promoted by the Genova Smart City Association and the Municipality of Genoa, with the aims of:

  • Acting as a collector of the good practices the companies and institutions are experiencing in the field of the sustainable territorial development;
  • Analyzing the technological and other tools to create a people-oriented smart city.

The first edition was held in Trondheim in 1999
2016 Edition:
20 – 24 JUNE, GENOA

Power Systems Computation Conference

The Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC) has become one of the most outstanding events in the area. With a change of pace from meeting every 3 years to every 2, PSCC provides a truly international forum for the regular exchange of knowledge and experience on the latest developments in this area.

PSCC addresses theoretical developments and computational aspects with respect to power system applications. There is an emphasis on modelling and simulation for understanding a system of components, plant or actors, the interactions between them and their collective behaviour, and methods to inform decision-making in power systems. Contributions might comment on the analytical techniques, modelling challenges and complex software engineering issues, or what the analyses say in respect of today’s and the future’s power system challenges. Thus, papers from utility and manufacturing industry engineers are just as welcome as those from academic researchers.