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Monthly archive May, 2018
Rethink the City MOOC receives honourable mention

Rethink the City MOOC receives honourable mention

A TUDelft MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) has received an honourable mention in the 2018 Open Education Awards.  The Open Education Awards are awarded annually by the Open Education Consortium, dedicated to improving educational access and effectiveness worldwide. All nominations are judged in different categories by an international committee. The MOOC, entitled ‘Rethink the City:...
SPS Seminar 28 June - Prof. Martin de Jong: City branding in the face of ecological modernization

SPS Seminar 28 June – Prof. Martin de Jong: City branding in the face of ecological modernization

SPS Seminar 28 June 2018, 12:30-13:30 Venue: Think Room, Bouwkunde, TU Delft Speaker: Prof. Martin de Jong Topic: City branding in the face of ecological modernization: Evidence from polycentric regions in China, North-Western Europe and the Gulf States Prof. Martin de Jong – City branding in the face of ecological modernization  Abstract: It has become common...
SPS Seminar 21 June - Milos Mladenovic: How should we drive emerging mobility technologies?

SPS Seminar 21 June – Milos Mladenovic: How should we drive emerging mobility technologies?

SPS Seminar  Speaker: Milos Mladenovic Topic: How should we drive emerging mobility technologies? – Anticipation and collective imagination in governing of mobility futures Milos Mladenovic, (Ph.D., civil engineering) is an assistant professor of transport systems planning at Aalto University, Department of Built Environment, Finland. He has received his Ph.D. from the Department of Civil and Environmental...
Dominic Stead new chair of AESOP Committee

Dominic Stead new chair of AESOP Committee

On 19 April 2018, the AESOP Council of Representatives appointed Dominic Stead as the new Chair of the Best Published Paper Award Committee. Dominic takes over from the outgoing committee chair, Karina Pallagst from the University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. Other members of AESOP’s Best Published Paper Award Committee currently include Umberto Janin Rivolin (Politecnico di Torino,...
H2020 COHESIFY project final conference

H2020 COHESIFY project final conference

The COHESIFY project (COHESIFY – Understanding the Impact of EU Cohesion Policy on European Identification), supported as part of the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, is coming to an end. The project kept busy a good part of our section (Marcin Dąbrowski, Ana Maria Fernandez Maldonado, Roberto Rocco, Dominic Stead, Wil Zonneveld and Vincent Nadin) and...
SPS Seminar 31 May 2018: Akkelies van Nes - Political ideologies and settlement patterns in the Arctic

SPS Seminar 31 May 2018: Akkelies van Nes – Political ideologies and settlement patterns in the Arctic

SPS Seminar – 31 May 2018 12:30-13:30 00 West 290, Bouwkunde, TU Delft Akkelies van Nes (TU Delft and Western Norway University of Applied Sciences) will present her research on “Political ideologies and settlement patterns in the Arctic”. Please follow and like us:
SPS Seminar 17 May 2018: José van Campen en Sandra van Assen - Spatial Quality Advice in the Netherlands

SPS Seminar 17 May 2018: José van Campen en Sandra van Assen – Spatial Quality Advice in the Netherlands

The upcoming SPS Seminar will be with José van Campen en Sandra van Assen (TU Delft) on spatial quality advice in the Netherlands. The seminar will take place on Thursday 17 May at 12:30-13:30 in room 01 West 270 at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft. José and Sandra will present their...
'The Poverty of Territorialism: A Neo-medieval View of Europe and European Planning',  by Andreas Faludi 

‘The Poverty of Territorialism: A Neo-medieval View of Europe and European Planning’,  by Andreas Faludi 

‘The Poverty of Territorialism: A Neo-medieval View of Europe and European Planning‘, a book  by Andreas Faludi. This book will by published in summer by Edgar Elgar Publishing. This book identifies cases for and against territorialism giving states a monopoly on controlling their territories. The territoriality of EU members is also a barrier to European...
Symposium Education for Water Resilient Cities: May 14 from 10:00 to 17:3, ROOM C, Faculty of Architecture

Symposium Education for Water Resilient Cities: May 14 from 10:00 to 17:3, ROOM C, Faculty of Architecture

Dear friend of the TU Delft, Sign up for the symposium Education for Water Resilient Cities at the website: https://thecityweneed.education We have decided to concentrate the symposium on just one day, May 14th, from 10:00 to 17:30 in ROOM C (Faculty of Architecture, Julianalaan 134, Delft). The schedule for that day remains unchanged. See the...
Urbanism and EMU part of collaboration between Chinese and Western Universities

Urbanism and EMU part of collaboration between Chinese and Western Universities

The department of Urbanism and the European Post-master in Urbanism – EMU, have been invited to be part of a collaboration between Chinese and western universities. The objective of the exchange is to discuss the role of waterscapes in city development in China. The exchange is organised by the China Architecture and Design Group –...
Re-learning public space / An action research event in Amsterdam / 28th - 30th June 2018

Re-learning public space / An action research event in Amsterdam / 28th – 30th June 2018

JOIN US in AMSTERDAM! Re-learning public space: an action-research event to develop an alternative city guide of Amsterdam (June 28-30, 2018). Participation is free of charge and deadline for registration is approaching: May 18, 2018. Further details: https://theurbanpublic.com . This event is organised by the AESOP Thematic Group Public Spaces and Urban Cultures in collaboration with the...

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