Smart Cities Governance // Smart City Governance for Future
Smart cities are not just cities that are technologically modern. Rather, they use technology for the benefit of their citizens, and to advance sustainability.
How can this mission – a climate-resilient city, a city for the people – be driven by smart city approaches? How can we make better and faster decisions, how can we involve all its inhabitants, how can we communicate better to transform our spaces to make a better city? What would mission-oriented smart city governance look like?
The results of this interactive session will be used to further the development of Berlin’s Smart City Strategy.
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Dr. Frank Nägele
Senatskanzlei Berlin / Staatssekretär für Verwaltungs- und Infrastrukturmodernisierung
Frank Nägele ist Staatssekretär für Verwaltungs- und Infrastruktursteuerung in der Senatskanzlei Berlin. Nach dem Studium der Verwaltungswissenschaften an der Universität Konstanz promovierte er am Institut für Politikwissenschaft der Humboldt- Universität zu Berlin mit einer Arbeit über Regionale Wirtschaftspolitik im kooperativen Bundesstaat. Vor seinem Amtsantritt in Berlin war er Staatssekretär in Schleswig-Holstein und Niedersachsen. Zuvor koordinierte er als Referatsleiter im Bundeskanzleramt die Angelegenheiten der neuen Bundesländer, wo er auch für neue Steuerungsinstrumente in der öffentlichen Verwaltung zuständig war und die Gruppe „Finanzpolitik“ stellvertretend leitete.
Project Lead "Modelling Project Smart Cities" & Personal Assistant to Dr. Frank Nägele / Senate Chancellory
Karen Laßmann studied business administration at the Technical University of Berlin (degree in 2002), has worked for the State of Berlin since 2006, initially as a trainee with the completion of the 2nd state examination in 2008. Afterwards Karen Laßmann held positions as a consultant at the Berlin Court of Auditors, Senate Department for Interior and Sport, initially in the area of administrative modernization, later as a consultant for the project „Feasibility study for the introduction of e-files in the state of Berlin“ From 2013-2020 Karen Laßmann was consultant in the department responsible for science, responsible for the student union Berlin, the University of Economics and Law of Berlin (HWR) and the topic of gender equality in research and teaching. Since April 2020 she is the personal assistant to the State Secretary for administration and infrastructure modernization in the Berlin Senate Chancellery. Since September 2020 Karen Laßmann has also been in charge of the Smart City model project in the Berlin Senate Chancellery. She is coordinating of the overall process.
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Director / TSPA
Thomas Stellmach is best known as founder of TSPA Making Cities, a planning practice with focus on strategic urbanism, and as planning expert for UN-Habitat. His focus of interest is sustainable urbanism in a transforming world. Born in Freiburg, Germany, and educated as an architect in Berlin and Barcelona, Thomas has since lived in Rotterdam, Aleppo, and Nairobi. He has settled for now in Berlin.