IGLUS is a non-profit initiative of EPFL and selected partners, seeking to help cities better understand the strengths and weaknesses of the governance of their infrastructures with respect to the dimensions Efficiency, Sustainability, and Resilience.
IGLUS brings together practitioners (city managers, city officials, urban services providers, etc.) and academics from many different disciplines (amongst others, urban planners, architects, geographers, engineers, economists, management experts, and political scientists). IGLUS’ multidisciplinary approach focuses on infrastructures (technologies), institutions (rules), actors (organizations) and pervasive information and communication technologies (ICTs).
The IGLUS Executive Master is a unique degree offering a comprehensive and professional approach to sustainable governance of large urban systems
“Innovative Governance of Large Urban Systems” addresses the three phases of the urban value chain: planning, governance and regeneration.
Management of Urban Infrastructures is a Massive Open Online Course that offers an introduction to the principles of management of urban infrastructure systems
To bring together a multi-disciplinary team of professionals, community leaders and students that will facilitate…
IGLUS Thematic Online Module on Housing
Interested in IGLUS Thematic Online Module on Housing?
If you want to join IGLUS Thematic Online Module on Housing between August 31st and October 15th, you can enroll here.
Almaty is the largest metropolis, scientific and educational, cultural and historical, economic and financial, banking and industrial center of Kazakhstan. The city is also considered the economic center of the Central Asia region. Almaty is in the South-East of...
We are happy to announce that we continue our collaboration with Nirma University under the IGLUS Center of Excellence by being a partner to the International Conference on ‘Future is Urban’ (ICFU’21). Themes of the conference are defined as 'Space, Society and...
Covid-19 has demonstrated that a substantial amount of people can work remotely and do not necessarily live in city centers. In some countries, there has been an urban flight and those who can work remotely, moved out of cities, starting to live in suburbs or villages...
Innovative Governance of Large Urban Systems MOOC
How can you explore new places around the world and learn about urban affairs during the lockdown? Join our MOOC on Innovative Governance of Large Urban Systems and start a new travel experience!
New Book: The Governance of Smart Transportation Systems is out from Springer
‘The Governance of Smart Transportation Systems: Towards New Organizational Structures for the Development of Shared, Automated, Electric and Integrated Mobility’ is going to be published by Springer in September 2019.