GATE Institute and Digital Twins Cities Centre of the Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden organized the Digital Twins for Smart City Control Workshop. It was held as a satellite event of IFAC Workshop Control for Smart Cities – CSC 2022 that took place on 27-30 June 2022, online.
Three GATE researchers presented the topics they work on. Angel Spasov talked about „Urban objects detection from geo-spatial data for smart city control“. Radostin Mitkov discussed „Urban CFD wind simulations for smart city planning“, and Mariya Pantusheva presented “In-door pollutant dispersion and HVAC optimization using CFD“.
The workshop was chaired by Dessislava Petrova-Antonova, Professor of Software engineering and Research group lead at GATE Institute, and co-chaired by Anders Logg, Professor of Computational Mathematics and Director of the Digital Twin Cities Centre, Sweden.
The forum attracted papers addressing Digital Twin issues in the smart city domain.