In conjunction with the 2018 edition of The Web Conference (27th edition of the former WWW conference) ( https://www2018.thewebconf.org/ )

Following up the success of the past events at WWW2015, WWW2016 and WWW2017, the 4th AW4City 2018 aims to keep on attracting a significant international attention with regard to web applications for smart cities.

More specifically, the aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers in the field of smart city applications, and more specifically on the design and implementation of web-based applications and Apps to overcome typical smart city challenges in areas like traffic jams, pollutions, and so on.

Pernilla Bergmark is a Master Researcher in Sustainability for Ericsson Research. 

Her research focus is on methodology development and assessments within the areas of ICT and climate change, circular economy and smart sustainable cities, and as a manager she has also together with her team focused more broadly on the macroeconomic and social aspects of ICT.


Since 2008, Pernilla Bergmark is also active in many standardization initiatives related to methodologies for life cycle assessments and organizational inventories, including ETSI EE, ITU-T SG5, and GHGP ICT supplement, IEC TC 111. She is also following the work of ETSI EE and CEN/CENELEC JTC10 related to Circular Economy. Currently her main focus is on ITU where she is a co-rapporteur of ITU-T SG5 Q9, and ETSI EE. She has also been working within the ITU-T standardization related to smart sustainable cities with a particular focus on indicators and is now active in the Swedish national committee for ISO TC 268 (SIS TK 588).

Pernilla Bergmark is originally a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and graduated 1991. She has been working in the telecom sector since 1994 when she first joined Ericsson, and before entering the sustainability field, she worked for several years with system management in various positions, focusing on radio performance, hardware architecture and, in particular, energy performance.

Keynote: Pernilla Bergmark (Ericsson Research)