Proyecto Destinos Turísticos Inteligentes (DTI)

Proyectos de I+D+i de “RETOS INVESTIGACIÓN”. Dirección General de Investigación Científica y Técnica. Subdirección General de Proyectos de Investigación. (CSO2014-59193-R)

Proyecto Destinos Turísticos Inteligentes (DTI) - Proyectos de I+D+i de “RETOS INVESTIGACIÓN”. Dirección General de Investigación Científica y Técnica. Subdirección General de Proyectos de Investigación.  (CSO2014-59193-R)

#STDRM2017 Provisional programme

International Seminar

“Smart Destinations: new horizons in tourism research and management (#STDRM2017)”. University Alicante, 25-27 October 2017

Provisional Programme

 

WEDNESDAY 25th OCTOBER


ANNUAL FORUM OF THE INTERUNIVERSITY PHD PROGRAM IN TOURISM

16:00 h. Conference: The new challenges of research in Tourism.  Juan Ignacio Pulido, University of Jaén.

17.00 h. Presentation of the research works of PhD students

 

THURSDAY 26th OCTOBER


8.30-9.30 h. Registration of participants.

9.30-10.00 h. Seminar Opening # STDRM2017

10.00-10.45 h. Conference: Smart destinations: challenges for a new management paradigm. Roland Schegg, University of Applied Sciences and Western Arts (Switzerland)

10.45-11.30 h Conference: The National Plan of Smart Cities: implications for the tourism sector. Enrique Martínez Marín, Advising Member, Cabinet of the Secretary of State for the Information Society and Digital Agenda (Spain)

11.30-12.00 h. Coffee break

12.00-14.00 h. PANEL: Smart destinations and new technologies: current situation and future scenarios

Moderator: José Norberto Mazón, University of Alicante

Alicia Asín, CEO Libelium, Intelligent Travel Destinations (DTI): IoT sensors application for a more efficient management

Mario Romero, Head of Business Development Luca (Chief Data OfficeTelefonica). Business Intelligence, Big Data & Tourism

Other representatives of technology companies to be confirmed

16.00-18.00 h. Presentation of papers in parallel sessions

19:00 h. Videoconference: Smart destinations research, the state of the art.  Ulrike Gretzel, University of Southern California (USA)

 

FRIDAY 27th OCTOBER


10.00-10.45 h. Conference: Smart destinations and technology enhanced tourist experiences. Barbara Neuhofer, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, Austria.

10.45-11.30 h. Presentation: Tourism and smart cities: critical balance and perspectives. Boyd Cohen, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, and Research Director, EADA Business School

11.30-12.00 h. Coffee break

12.00-14.00 h. PANEL: Smart destinations: experiences and future initiatives

Moderator: Agencia Valenciana del Turismo-Invat.tur, to be confirmed.

Carlos Romero Dexeus, Director of Research, Development and Innovation of Segittur

Javier García Cuenca, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of HOSBEC and Vice-Chairman of the Executive Committee of CEHAT

Ramón Ferri Tormo, Head of the ICT Service of the City of Valencia

Representative of Tourism Valencia, to be confirmed

16.00-18.00 h. The Smart Destination approach in different territorial environments: results of the research project CSO2014-59193-R

Moderator: J. Fernando Vera Rebollo, University of Alicante

Luis Valdés Peláez, University of Oviedo

Enrique Navarro Jurado, University of Málaga

María García Hernández, Complutense University of Madrid

Josep A. Ivars Baidal, University of Alicante

Jose M. Gandara, Federal University of Paraná (Brazil)

18.00 hSeminar Closing

 

 

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