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Monthly archive April, 2019
Keynote speech by Andreas Faludi at the 10th anniversary of CESCI

Keynote speech by Andreas Faludi at the 10th anniversary of CESCI

A born Hungarian, I left the country shortly before my 7th birthday not long before the Iron Curtain came down. No longer a Hungarian-speaker, until recently, I have not had many contacts, professional or otherwise with Hungary. Only over the last years, I have been to events of the Central European Service for Cross-border Initiatives...
Alumna Putri Santoso tells about the joy of working on a project in Jakarta

Alumna Putri Santoso tells about the joy of working on a project in Jakarta

Putrikinasih Santoso, from Indonesia has worked on a project similar to the one she developed in her graduation project for TU Delft, guided by Roberto Rocco and Luiza Calabrese. Her graduation thesis is available for download HERE. MRT Jakarta: Reshaping Mobility Landscape for Better Livability  Text by: Putrikinasih R. Santoso (Senior Urban Designer in PDW,...
SPS Seminar on 18 April 2019: Carlos Mendez -  EU Cohesion Policy and the Public Sphere: Connecting Locally with Citizens?

SPS Seminar on 18 April 2019: Carlos Mendez – EU Cohesion Policy and the Public Sphere: Connecting Locally with Citizens?

Carlos Mendez is a Senior Research Fellow at the EPRC, University of Strathclyde, which also has a base at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of TU Delft (EPRC Delft). He has degrees from the University College London (BA), London School of Economics (MSc) and Strathclyde (PhD). As a specialist on the European...
New paper by Meng et al.: Collaborative spatial planning in the face of flood risk in delta cities

New paper by Meng et al.: Collaborative spatial planning in the face of flood risk in delta cities

Collaborative spatial planning in the face of flood risk in delta cities: A policy framing perspective by Meng Meng, Marcin Dąbrowski, Yuting Tai, Dominic Stead and Faith Chan Available in OPEN ACCESS at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2019.03.006 New paper, building on Meng Meng’s PhD research and with contributions from Marcin Dąbrowski, Yuting Tai, Dominic Stead and Faith Chan...
ECTP Biennial, Plymouth, UK, 11-13 SEPT

ECTP Biennial, Plymouth, UK, 11-13 SEPT

Call for the ECTP’s biennial, Plymouth, England, 11 – 13th September 2019. https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/whats-on/european-council-of-town-planners-biennial-conference-2019 The breadth of the contributions might cover planning for coastal cities, marine spatial planning, climate change, urban regeneration, peripheral regions, border areas. In addition, the edge might refer to social and economic issues, including housing and poverty. I suggest that Brexit will...

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