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SPS Seminar by Hsinko Yu on participatory planning and urban vitality (8 February, 12:00-13:00)

SPS Seminar by Hsinko Yu on participatory planning and urban vitality (8 February, 12:00-13:00)

You are warmly invited, dear SPS blog guest, to the forthcoming Spatial Planning & Strategy Seminar on Thursday 8 February 2018 from 12:00 to 13:00. The speaker will be Cinco Hsinko Yu (TU Delft). He will present his on-going research on participatory planning and urban vitality in a context of urban regeneration in Taipei, Taiwan. The...
Urbanism students present in Taiwan

Urbanism students present in Taiwan

Presentations of Urbanism studio work by Wenchi Yang and Sebastiaan Huls made a big impact at the iCities conference at the National Cheng Kong University, Tainan, Taiwan in May. Their presentations on studio work from the IJssel-Vecht-Delta / Zwolle region and Sāo Paulo, Brazil raised by far the most questions and comments from the audience....
Taiwan Institute of Planners Conference

Taiwan Institute of Planners Conference

  Vincent Nadin attended the Taiwan Institute of Urban Planning (TIUP) Conference in December at the National Taipei University. The Chairman of TIUP, Professor Peng Gung-Hui is Dean at the National Taipei University of Technology College of Design, and the Executive director, Professor Lin Feng-Tian is Dean at the National Cheng Kung Univerity College of Design....
Tainan lectures

Tainan lectures

During a visit to the National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) Taiwan in December, Vincent Nadin gave lectures on ‘urban planning for the heritage in Europe’. The lectures were based on work for the current international project ‘SHUC: Sustainable Futures for the Historic Urban Core funded by the Joint Programming Initiative on Heritage, and being conducted...
Spatial Planning at iCities 2014 Conference at NCKU, Taiwan

Spatial Planning at iCities 2014 Conference at NCKU, Taiwan

In October 2014, NCKU hold the iCities  “Workshop on Workshop” – a special event devoted to the discussions of “workshops” “Workshop as we know is an educational activity with emerging significance in planning and design education. In the dictionary, workshop is defined as “a meeting at which a group of people engaging in intensive discussion...
Summer School Planning and Design with Water

Summer School Planning and Design with Water

Thirty-two Chinese and Taiwanese students have completed the programme of the 1st Summer School Planning and Design with Water, organised by the Chair of Spatial Planning and Strategy (Vincent Nadin and Roberto Rocco) in partnership with the chair of Environmental Technology & Design of the TU Delft (Fransje Hooimeijer) and the Department of Urban Planning of...
Taiwan National Carrying Capacity Research

Taiwan National Carrying Capacity Research

Spatial Planning at TU Delft is involved in a Taiwan national research project on carrying capacity of the territory and population size. The project is examining possible optimum city size in relation to the carrying capacity of the built and natural environment and indicators that can be used to assess these relationships. At the project’s third...
Vincent Nadin presents at the International Conference on River Basin Planning and Management, Taipei

Vincent Nadin presents at the International Conference on River Basin Planning and Management, Taipei

The International Conference on River Basin Planning and Management happened in Taipei in May 2013. It was organised by NCKU Dean Professor Lin, Feng-Tyan and Professor Tsou, Ko-Wan and was coordinated by Dr. Ally Lu. The conference took place at the  New Taipei City Government Building in Banqiao District, New Taipei City. The background of...
Meeting our Taiwanese Alumni in Taipei!

Meeting our Taiwanese Alumni in Taipei!

Keats Lin, one of our Taiwanese Doctoral candidates, has organized a meeting between Vincent Nadin and Roberto Rocco and four Taiwanese SPS Alumni. These are Meiyen Chen, Shih-Hao Tseng (Tony), Shing Rong Wu (Sylvain) and YiChung Huang. The meeting happened in a restaurant operating in a historic Japanese house in Taipei. (Photos are available HERE)....
Urbanism Alumni exhibit their work at the iCities conference at the National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

Urbanism Alumni exhibit their work at the iCities conference at the National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

Four Urbanism alumni have exhibited their graduation work at the iCities 2013 conference at the National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan. iCities is the international Forum on Innovative Planning. The theme of this year’s conference was “Operating Sustainability: Teaching Sustainability on Planning Education”. CLICK HERE for the conference website. Alumni were selected based on their excellent...
SPS participates in the iCities conference at the National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

SPS participates in the iCities conference at the National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

Pursuing our partnership with the National Cheng-Kung University of Tainan (Taiwan), Vincent Nadin and Roberto Rocco have made keynote speeches at the iCities conference in Taiwan in May 2013. iCities is the international Forum on Innovative Planning. The theme of this year’s conference was “Operating Sustainability: Teaching Sustainability on Planning Education”. CLICK HERE for the conference...
Keynote presentation in Taipei

Keynote presentation in Taipei

Vincent Nadin gave the keynote presentation to the International Symposium of Urban Planning (ISUP) at the National Chengchi University in Taipei, Taiwan. The symposium brings together researchers on urban planning from Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam and many other east Asian countries. Vincent made a presentation on the dominant models and trends in strategic planning...
Planning for the Great Palace Museum Area, Taipei, project bid

Planning for the Great Palace Museum Area, Taipei, project bid

The Chair of Spatial Planning is cooperating with the National Taipei University’s Graduate Institute of Urban Studies on a bid to the Taipei City Government. The proposal is to assist with a strategy and regeneration plan for the National Palace Museum, Taipei and the nearby Yangming Mountain National Park. The initiative comes from Yu-Tzu Lin...

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