Smart Cities

Smart Cities uses information and communication technologies to increase operational efficiency, share information with the public and improve both the quality of government services and citizen welfare.

Smart Cities enables effective integration of physical, digital and human systems in the built environment to deliver a sustainable, liveable and inclusive future for its citizens.

Interrelated topics of research under this theme include smart infrastructures, cyber security, technology and sustainability, smart mobilities and project management.

We offer our Engineering and the Built Environment PhD. We've also identified a range of innovative research project opportunities for postgraduate researchers.

Members

Find out more about our members by exploring their staff profiles.

News

Feeling flush with Engineering and the Built Environment project


Dr Lakshmi Priya Rajendran has recently published an article on The Conversation entitled 'Smart cities aim to make urban life more efficient – but for citizens’ sake they need to slow down'.

Key publications

Esfahlani, S.S., (In Review), Mixed Reality and Remote Sensing Application of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle in Fire and Smoke Detection. Journal of Industrial Information Integration.

Esfahlani, S.S., (In review). Micro Unmanned Aerial Vehicle with surveillance application. International Journal of Micro Air Vehicles.

Esfahlani, S.S., Cirstea, S., Sanaei, A. and Cirstea, M., 2018. Mixed Reality and Fire detection of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, Washington DC, USA, October 21-23 2018.

Esfahlani, S.S., Cirstea, S., Sanaei, A. and Wilson, G., 2017. An adaptive self-organizing fuzzy logic controller in a serious game for motor impairment rehabilitation. International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE), pp.1311-1318. IEEE.

Esfahlani, S.S. and Wilson, G., 2017. Development of rehabilitation system (RehabGame) through Monte-Carlo tree search algorithm using kinect and Myo sensor interface. Computing Conference, pp.1021-1028. IEEE

Constantinou, G., Wilson, G., Sadeghi-Esfahlani, S. and Cirstea, M., 2017. An effective approach to the use of 3D scanning technology which shortens the development time of 3D models. Optimization of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (OPTIM) & Intl Aegean Conference on Electrical Machines and Power Electronics (ACEMP), pp.1083-1088. IEEE.

Esfahlani, S.S. and Thompson, T., 2016. Intelligent physiotherapy through procedural content generation. Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment (AAAI) Conference.