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tuesday
Nov 16th

Knowledge for the Anthropocene

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Paper presentations - session 1
Chair: Ana Cristina Fachinelli (University of Caxias do Sul)

The contribution of the gaúcha invoice program to the sustainable development of the municipality of Caxias do Sul (RS)
 
Larissa Scalia Boff (UCS); Marlei Salete Mecca (UCS); Alex Eckert (UCS)

Scenario of the creative economy in the city of Pelotas, Brazil: an analysis from the perspective of the capital system
Aline da Luz Garcia (UFPel); Priscila Nesello (UFPel); Ana Cristina Fachinelli Bertolini (UCS)

Diagnosis of the instrumental capital of Arequipa as an emerging city for knowledge
Glenn Roberto Arce Larrea, Wendy Anne Ugarte Mejía, Carlos Pedro Vera Ninacóndor, Graciel Anayka Bailon Huayhua, Carol Rudh Huamani Cotacallapa, Leidy Fiorela Rodrigo Callo, Estephany Yrasely Ramos Pacheco, Angela Daniela Portugal Pacheco
  (National University of San Agustín de Arequipa)

Digital influencers and the capital system as a factor for contracting services
Camila Waltzer (UFPel); Priscila Nesello (UFPel); Isabel Cristina Rosa Barros Rasia (UFPel)

Opening Ceremony
Ana Cristina Fachinelli (University of Caxias do Sul)
Alex Eckert (University of Caxias do Sul)
Javier Carrillo (World Capital Institute)
Juliano Rodrigues Gimenez (University of Caxias do Sul)

Panel Plenary 1a:  Emerging Knowledge Systems
Curator: Javier Carrillo (World Capital Institute)
Chair: Irene Guijt (Oxfam)
Alexander Ruser (U. of Agder)
Audrey Groleau (U. du Québec)
Julia Puaschunder (The New School, NY)
Sabelo Ndlovu-Gasteni (U. of Bayreuth)

17:15 - 17:45

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Panel Plenary 1b: Rethinking economy (models) for the Anthropocene
Curator: Günter R. Koch (World Capital Institute)
Chair: Cristian Ducoing (Lund University)
Cynthia Marino (UNINOVE)
Daniel Dahm (World Future Council)
 
Jason Monios (Kedge Business School)
Richard Heinberg (Post Carbon Institute)
Warren Mosler (Valance Co. Inc.)

Launch of the partnership between UCS -  City Living Lab and FAMURS
Launching of UCS - City Living Lab and FAMURS partnership

 

Wednesday
Nov 17th

KBD and Knowledge Cities

Paper presentations - session 2
Chair: Rafael Perini  (University of Caxias do Sul)

Assessing community vulnerability with disaster risk mapping: the case of São Paulo, Brazil
Jairo Filho Sousa de Almeid (UNINOVE); Tatiana Tucunduva Philippi Cortese (UNINOVE/IEA-USP); Tan Yigitcanlar (Queensland University of Technology)

Disasters and social vulnerability in the city of São Paulo
Rafaela Pastoura Santos (UNINOVE); Tatiana Tucunduva Philippi Cortese (UNINOVE/IEA-USP)

Puerto Rico as island of knowledge: lessons learned from successful entrepreneurs
Eliut Daniel Flores-Caraballo (University of Puerto Rico)

Invited paper: Contributions of international events on local development: the case of the 2011 KCWS in Bento Gonçalves
Larissa Diana Michelam, (UNINOVE); Tatiana Tucunduva Philippi Cortese (UNINOVE); Tan Yigitcanlar (Queensland University of Technology)

Panel Plenary 2a: Knowledge-based regenerative cities
(restorative relationship between cities and natural systems)
Curator: Ana Cristina Fachinelli (World Capital Institute)
Chair:
  Tatiana Tucunduva Philippi Cortese (UNINOVE)
Cathrin Zengerling (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität)

Jose Antonio Marengo Orsini (Cemaden)
Marcos Buckeridge (USP)

17:15 - 17:45

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Panel Plenary 2b: The Most Admired Knowledge Cities Award: legacy and future
Curator: Blanca C. Garcia (World Capital Institute)
Ana Cristina Fachinelli (UCS)
Eliut Daniel Flores-Caraballo (University of Puerto Rico)
Glenn Roberto Arce Larrea (National University of San Agustín de Arequipa)

Thursday
Nov 18th

City Preparedness for the Climate Crisis

Paper presentations - session 3
Chair: Priscila Nesello (University of Caxias do Sul)

Knowledge cities, creative cities and place: concepts and connections
Rodrigo Salvati (UCS); Greice Viviana Portal Salvati (UCS)

Century of the Metropolis: the converging view of the Theories of the Central Place and the Poles of Growth
Vinicius De Tomasi Ribeiro (UCS); Ana Cristina Fachinelli (UCS)

The COVID-19 pandemic impact on citizen life satisfaction
Marcelo Benetti Correa da Silva (UCS); Marina Giacometti Valente (UCS); Ana Cristina Fachinelli (UCS); Gessica Giacomin Soares (UCS); Vinicius Ribeiro (UCS)

Panel Plenary 3a: Post-Holocene Urban Commons
Curator: Javier Carrillo (World Capital Institute)
Chair: Velina Petrova (Oxfam)
Daniel Dahm (World Future Council)
Douglas Kelbaugh, (U. of Michigan)
Gavin Keeney (Metropolitan Transmedia Authority, NY)
Richard Heinberg, (Post Carbon Institute)

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17:15 - 17:45

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Panel Plenary 3b: Reimagining Cities in the Anthropocene
Curator: Cathy Garner (World Capital Institute)
Chair: Sirkku Juhola (U. of Helsinki)
Lelani Mannetti (Urban Studies Institute)
Lorena Pasquini (U. of Cape Town)

Raphaële Bidault-Waddington, (LIID Future Lab)
Tatiana Schreiner (UFSC)

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Presentation: Brazil and Australia Smart City Project
Tan Yigitcanlar (Queensland University of Technology)


 

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friday
Nov 19th

16:00 - 16:35

16:35 - 17:15

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17:15 - 17:45

Book presentations:
Each of the two sessions will provide time for discussion on the main aspects and findings from the book chapters.
Knowledge for the Anthropocene
Günter R. Koch (World Capital Institute); Javier Carrillo (World Capital Institute); Daniel Dahm (United Sustainability); Sylvain Cottong, (Exploring Futures)

City Preparedness for the Climate Crisis
Cathy Garner and Javier Carrillo (World Capital Institute)

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Presentation: A transdisciplinary agenda in future university education
Chair: Guenter Koch (World Capital Institute)
Monika Schröttle (University of Nürnberg, INFUNI)


 

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Closing session: KCWS legacy and future
Chair: Cathy Garner (World Capital Institute)
Ana Cristina Fachinelli (UCS)
Jamile Marques (UFSC and USP)
Javier Carrillo (World Capital Institute)

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Shared attraction with the "XXI Exhibition of Scientific Initiation, Postgraduate, Research and Extension" - PPGA (Graduate Business Administration Program)

Schedule subject to change.
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