Art and architecture

  • Youth, art and confusion: the loss of the sense of beauty; from art as sublimation to art as bewilderment; the new currents of thought and the arts: towards the absence of form; art as a protest: from Guernica to singer-songwriters.
  • The artistic undertow of May ’68.
  • The French cultural exception: the place of culture in the State project; Is protectionism justified?
  • Housing and the city of the future.
  • New urban models for new ways of life.
  • Sustainable architecture in a sustainable society.
  • New trends in architecture: the end of the StarArchitects.
  • The construction of the future: new parameters for a new society.
  • New models for the development of cities and transportation.
  • Cartographies of the future: big data and high-resolution imagery in support of urban policy makers.
  • Sensors in a real-time city: dynamic information as a way to maximize resources.
  • Developing cities: data science applied to economics and urban planning.
  • Humanizing engineering: advancing technology while respecting the values and rights of human life.
  • Virtual worlds, robotization and dehumanization.
  • Humanoid robots and Bionic man.
  • Artificial international islands for welcoming immigrants.
  • Industry 4.0: Are we witnessing the fourth industrial revolution?
  • Information technologies: projecting the future on the basis of the past few years.
  • A historical vision of ICTs: where we were 15 years ago and where we will be in another 15.
  • Artificial intelligence and how machines can know and anticipate our tastes.
  • Creativity as a driver of change in society.
  • BigData: a Big Brother ever more present in our lives.
  • Incorporating new technologies into education and learning more with their help.