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“RECLAIMING PUBLIC SPACE WITHIN METROPOLITAN AREAS – THE CASE STUDY OF THE CITY OF DORTMUND”

04.06.2017 – As part of the DAAD (German exchange service) funded research project “Intercultural Dialogue towards reclaiming Public Space within Metropolitan Areas” between the TU Dortmund and the German Jordanian University GJU in Amman, Jordan, the fourth student workshop took place in May 2017.

 

WATER RESILIENT URBAN AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

26.04.2017 – Transforming City Regions & the Urban Research Network

In February 16.-18.02.2017, Department of Urban Design and Land Use Planning (STB), Faculty of Spatial Planning TU Dortmund, and the University of Virginia, Faculty of Architecture, have organized together with the UAR New York, The Emschergenossenschaft and further partners an international Symposium in New York on water and resilience in cities and regions.

 

Summer Academy Announcement

02.02.2017 – Housing, Crafts and Industry in Cultural Landscapes
Resilient Land Use Development for Quasi-Urbanized Areas - The Kyoto Fushimi Greenbelt, Japan

05.-11. Sept 2017 Kyoto Fushimi Workshop
12.-18. Sept 2017 Excursion to Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Nara, Naoshima, Teshima, Himeji and other areas

This Academy offers a unique chance to German and Japanese students to work together with the local administration and community in Kyoto and Fushimi on a legalization plan for a yet uncoordinated development within the historical surroundings of the city of Kyoto.

 

Conference „On the way to… Energy Efficiency in the District“, 30 November 2016

27.10.2016 – The graduate school (FSK) „Energy Efficiency in the District: Clever Supply.Rebuild.Activate” with the research of its 13 doctoral students and its members invite jointly with the Regional Innovation Network Energy Efficiency Ruhr (RIN) to discuss necessary system innovations, structures and solutions. The inter- and transdisciplinary conference puts its focus on the level of urban neighbourhoods or districts and invites both researchers and practitioners working on energy efficiency solutions.

 

Intercultural Dialog Towards Reclaiming Public Space in Metropolitan Areas - Comparative Analysis for a Sustainable Developement of Public Spaces.

21.07.2015 – Cooperation DAAD Projekt between TU Dortmund University and the German Jordanian University.