Prof. Mark Deakin, Dip.TP, MPhil, PhD, MRICS, FHEA Professor of Built Environment School of Engineering and Built Environment, Edinburgh Napier University (UK) Mark Deakin has established himself internationally as a leading academic in Sustainable Urban Development and widely respected researcher, contributing to emerging scientific and technical developments in Smart City and Community applications. He has worked alongside academics from World Class Universities and across Europe. His collaboration with industrial and governmental bodies includes: Nokia, Microsoft, CSTB France, VTT Finland, BRE UK, the ECs IPTS, Seville and the UK’s Department of Communities and Local Government. prof. Derrick de Kerckhove Media Duemila, Rome and Dipartimento di Sociologia, Università degli Studi “Federico II”, Napoli (IT) Derrick de Kerchove is full professor of Sociology of digital culture at the University Federico II in Naples and a public speaker worldwide. He is involved in research on the digital persona, digital unconscious, the Internet as a limbic system. He has also creating a M.O.O.C. on Marshall McLuhan ten most actualized predictions (the decalogue). He often talk in meetings on smart cities, and meet a lot of urbanists and architects. His most recent publications are The Point of Being (Cambridge Scholar Press) and Écrit/écran (L’Harmattan).