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AESOP Newsletter 12/2018 - December 26

2019 AESOP Annual Congress in Venice

Published at: 28 November 2018

The 2019 AESOP Congress will take place in Venice, from 9 to 13 of July.

The congress invites scholars and practitioners to reflect on the theme:

Planning for Transition

More Informations in here.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS IS OPEN

The deadline for abstract submission is 15th January 2019.

2019 AESOP Annual Congress in Venice

Report AESOP LECTURE SERIES / LECTURE 13

Published at: 19 December 2018

Report AESOP Lecture Series / Lecture 13

Simin Davoudi

New Frontiers for Spatial Planning in Times of Uncertainty: Dealing with Climate Change and Environmental Risks

VIDEO AVAILABLE

Report AESOP LECTURE SERIES / LECTURE 13

Call for AESOP GPEAN Representative

Published at: 18 December 2018

We are looking for candidates willing to serve as the AESOP’s representative in GPEAN (Global Planning Education Association Network), a network of planning schools associations.


This AESOP Officer will be responsible to represent AESOP's interests in the Network and promote cooperation amongst member associations of planning schools across the world.

Application deadline: 11 March 2019

ACSP-AESOP Special Session: Learning from Arnstein's Ladder: From Citizen Participation to Public Engagement

Published at: 6 December 2018

ACSP-AESOP Special Session

Learning from Arnstein's Ladder: From Citizen Participation to Public Engagement

Organizers:
Mickey Lauria, Clemson University
Carissa Slotterback, University of Minnesota

Moderator: Zorica Nedovic-Budic, University of Illinois - Chicago and University College Dublin

Associate Professor / Full Professorship Position in Geography and Urban Planning

Published at: 26 December 2018

The School of Social Sciences (SSS) is recruiting an Associate Professor / Full Professor to lead and grow its new subject area in Geography and Urban Planning. The subject area presently has three tenure-track faculty members, who are supported by a wider community of scholars at NTU with relevant research interests. This new subject area will equip graduates with the capability to critically address issues confronting contemporary societies and to creatively pursue possibilities for alternative urban futures.

The closing date for application is 31 January 2019.

Associate Professor / Full Professorship Position in Geography and Urban Planning

 

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning

Published at: 19 December 2018

The School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland is looking to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer to teach and research in the field of social and community issues, including diversity, within our urban planning programme. Auckland is a diverse city with a number of social challenges and ideally, the candidate will have experience in designing effective and creative solutions in these areas.

Applications close Wednesday, 9 January 2019.

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning

 

University Professor of Urban Studies

Published at: 18 December 2018

At the Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy of the University of Vienna the position of a University Professor of Urban Studies (full time, permanent position) is to be filled.

Candidates for the professorship must be internationally recognized for Urban Geography with a focus on urbanisation in the context of global change processes and societal transitions.

The application deadline is 7 January 2019.

PhD Studentships on ‘Future Cities’

Published at: 17 December 2018

The University of Glasgow and University of Edinburgh are currently advertising a series of joint PhD Studentships for commencement in autumn 2019. This includes a range of potential projects on ‘future cities’.

The application deadline is 21 January 2019.

Spatial Planning Matters! Inspiring Stories and Fundamental Topics

Published at: 17 December 2018

Edited by Bernd Scholl, Ana Perić, Rolf Signer

The book revolves around "inspiring stories" that describe a wide variety of spatial problems as well as the planning mechanisms used to address these; in addition, "fundamental topics" are provided to facilitate the understanding of certain planning processes illustrated by the practical cases.

Spatial Planning Matters! Inspiring Stories and Fundamental Topics

Project Manager: MISTRAL Innovative Training Network

Published at: 13 December 2018

Queen's University is recruiting a Project Manager to coordinate the MISTRAL Innovative Training Network funded for 48 months through the EU as a H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action (http://mistral-itn.eu).

Closing date: 07/01/2019

Project Manager: MISTRAL Innovative Training Network

Call for Papers, Projects and Initiatives - INUAS Conference 2019

Published at: 13 December 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS, PROJECTS AND INTERVENTIONS

INUAS-conference series - Urban Transformations: Housing / Resources / Public Spaces

International Conference 2019

HOUSING UNDER PRESSURE. DYNAMICS BETWEEN CENTERS AND PERIPHERIES

FH Campus Wien University of Applied Sciences, Vienna

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 31, 2019

Feeding the City/Feeding Cities

Published at: 12 December 2018

March 27, 28 and 29 2019 Third workshop of the SFP's Network for PhDs and Young Professionals at Almere!

Feeding the City/Feeding Cities

Full Professor of Land Use Planning at Wageningen University

Published at: 10 December 2018

Wageningen University is looking for an innovative and dynamic scholar to lead the Land Use Planning Chair Group (0.8 - 1.0 fte) at Wageningen University & Research.

The Land Use Planning Chair Group (LUP) develops knowledge and expertise, and teaches on spatial planning and accompanying legislative and financial instruments that contribute to deliberate modifications of landscape features. The Chair Group has a specific focus on landscapes, in which cities are situated in a matrix of densely populated and intersected agricultural and (semi-)natural areas.

Prof. Paulo Pinho
AESOP Secretary General

AESOP SECRETARIAT GENERAL
University of Porto, Faculty of Engineering,
Dept. Civil Engineering, Division of Spatial and Environmental Planning
Rua Dr. Roberto Frias, 4200-465 Porto, Portugal

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Skype: AESOP.SG, Website:www.aesop-planning.eu

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