ENGR 4035 Smart and Liveable Cities
Credit Points 10
Description Students will apply smart and sustainability perspectives to design urban centres. Students will use a range of tools to conduct integrated system analysis for smart and liveable cities. Students work on real world projects including green buildings, blue/green space, sustainable transport and infrastructure, sustainable water management. Though these projects, students will achieve significant edge in their employability.
School Eng, Design & Built Env
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 2 10cp
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Level Undergraduate Level 4 subject
Equivalent Subjects ENGR 4011 Sustainability and Risk Engineering
Restrictions Successful completion of 200 credit points.
- Integrate engineering and sustainability principles and tools in analysing and designing urban centres.
- Conduct life cycle assessment and system analyses incorporating risk assessment for sustainability of resources for a given urban centre.
- Design urban centres using smart cities principles to enhance liveability and wellbeing.
- Justify smart city designs in terms of sustainability principles.
- Communicate and collaborate with diverse team members, and key stakeholders in developing innovative designs and recommendations.
2. Design of sustainable and smart urban centres
3. Application of life cycle analysis to urban centres
4. Sustainable solutions incorporating risk assessment
5. Integrated systems engineering
6. Physical and mental wellbeing of inhabitants
7. Smart cities/ IoT/ Data analytics as applied to urban centres
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.
|Tutorial submissions||13 x in-class submissions||20||N||Individual|
|Project Report||5000 words (including tables, figures and pictures)||25||N||Group|
|Practical Report||1000 words (including tables, figures and pictures)||5||N||Group|
|Final Exam||3 hours||50||N||Individual|