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REMINDER I CITTA 2021 - CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - 13th Annual Conference on Planning Research – ‘Planning for Human Scale Cities'

Dear colleague,

The following message comes as a reminder of the call for abstracts for the 13th CITTA Conference, organized in partnership with research project BooST, on July 2nd, 2021, in virtual format. The deadline for abstract submission is April 9th, 2021. For the submission of abstracts please follow the instructions here.

Confirmed keynote speakers

This year we can expect stimulating contributions on cycling mobility, by Marco te Brömmelstroet, of the University of Amsterdam and on the 15-minute city, by Carlos Moreno, of the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne (More information available here).

Conference Proceedings

Authors of approved abstracts will have an opportunity to submit a full-size paper to be published in the conference proceedings book. Submissions of papers are accepted until July 4th, 2021.

Best Student Paper Contest

All papers reflecting either in progress or concluded research by PhD and Masters students can participate in this conference’s Best Student Paper Contest (5000 word limit). Participants will be called to review other works in the scope of this contest and should expect to revise two papers. More information will be available on the website.

The conference comprises plenary sessions and parallel thematic sessions on the following topics: 

1.Planning for the Bicycle: Supporting Human Scale Cities

2.Urban form and the environment: Human Scale Planning

3.Transformative Planning and Well-being: Human Scale Governance Arrangements

4.Transport Engineering and Planning: Human Scale Mobility Systems

Please do not hesitate to share this event with your colleagues and to contact us for further information! 

Best regards,

Organizing committee

http://citta.fe.up.pt/
CITTA I Centro de Investigação do Território Transportes e Ambiente
FEUP I Faculty of engineering of the University of Porto

DEC I Department of Civil Engineering

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