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Innovative Computational Models for Smart Cities

Submission Deadline: 27 June 2025 View: 157 Submit to Special Issue

Guest Editors

Professor Luis Hernández-Callejo, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain
Professor Pedro Moreno-Bernal, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Mexico
Professor Sergio Nesmachnow, Universidad de la República, Uruguay


Cities are transforming, and this process requires intervention from various areas. One of the significant changes involves developing and implementing innovative computational models, to be applied for problem solving in diverse areas. Cities must integrate new computational models and applications to enhance infrastructure and services, develop smart and sustainable mobility, integrate IoT and sensor technologies, develop smart communications, improve energy systems and water management, improve citizen participation and governance, among others.


This special issue is open for research and development contributions based on the main topics related to developing and applying new computational models. Among the related topics are (but not exclusive to):

- Innovative computing solutions for smart cities

- Computing models for smart energy, energy efficiency, and sustainability

- Computing models for smart infrastructures and the environment

- Artificial intelligence for smart cities

- Computing models for smart mobility, IoT, sensor networks, and communications

- Computing models for smart public services

- Computing models for intelligent urban environments


The special issue welcomes submissions of original surveys, research articles, and case studies that have the potential to inspire individuals interested in the advancement of smart cities. Submitted articles are expected to provide valuable insights and contribute to the overall well-being and progress of smart cities.


● Innovative computational models
● Computational intelligence for smart cities
● Renewable energies and storage
● Smart grid and Energy efficiency
● Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence
● Smart infrastructures
● Smart mobility, IoT, communication networks
● Smart public services
● Governance and citizenship

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