Programme – abstracts
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Thursday 15 November 2012
9.30 Welcome by Johan Verbeke and Fouli Papageorgiou
10.00 Keynote 1: Denis Dujardin
11.10 Introduction to ASPIS
Fouli Papageorgiou, coordinator ASPIS: Auditing the Sustainability of Public Open Spaces – the ASPIS project.
11.40 Sustainable Public Open Spaces
Friedrich Kuhlmann: Baltic perceptions on the sustainability of public open spaces.
Joan Noguera Tur, Hèctor del Alcàzar Indarte: Valencia, the city with no-river. The relationship between public space and city.
Handan Turkoglu, Meriç Demir: Evaluation of the urban open spaces in Istanbul.
14:00 Designing Public Open Spaces with Public Participation
Jonas Buechel: The ‘Community Development Training Program’ in Latvia.
Jenny Stenberg: The Strength of Codesign: Citizens as Community Builders.
Nele Vanhooren: Citadelpark, a participation track seen from the perspective of the Municipality.
16:00 Sustainability and climate in public open spaces
Jekaterina Balicka: Use of public space in Baltic countries and climate aspects.
16:40 Students 1 INT MA Architecture: ROJM Extended , a Design Studio Report
17:30 Round up of first day
Friday 16 November 2012
9.00 keynote 2: Luc Wallys
9:40 ICT learning / participative tools
Burak Pak and Johan Verbeke: The potentials of affordable Geoweb 2.0 applications to support the deliberation of urban projects.
Maurice Hendrix: Re-using Serious Games by encapsulating them in Learning Objects.
Helçna Gûtmane & Marc Geldof: Games-based learning in planning: training programs for professionals and students.
David Wortley: The ASPIS learning tools.
Panel on the piloting of the ASPIS learning tool: Marianna Tsemperlidou – Friedrich Kuhlmann– Tomas Ooms – Joan Noguera Tur.
14:00 Behavioural and socio-cultural aspects
Livia de Bethune, SUM Architects: Participation in public space projects in Brussels, some case studies
Dr. Guler Koca, Dr. Rana Karasozen: The comparison of traditional Otoman and modern Turkish open spaces.
Stefanie Cornut: Building with society – Architecture as an instrument to affect social change.
15:40 Students 1 INT MA Architecture: ROJM Extended , a Design Studio Report
17.00 Round table , discussion
18.00 Closing and drink