Planning and Complexity

16th meeting: Adaptive Planning for Spatial Transformation

Published at: 7 July 2017

Conference program 

The workshop was hosted by the Department of Spatial Planning and Environment, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen, the Netherlands. The workshop took place on May 23th-25th, 2018.

The conference included:

  • four keynote speakers
  • 25 inspiring talks
  • 3 workshops
The presentation files can be found at the right >>


Day 1 - Wednesday 23 May 2018

 

10:00                      Registration with coffee (Room: Atrium) 

10:30                      Opening by Fleur Gräper - Deputy Province of Groningen (Room: Atrium)

10:45                      Welcome by Ward Rauws + Hello Game (Room: Atrium)

11:40                      Keynote Prof. Michael Batty (Room: Topweer)

12:40                      Lunch (Room: Topweer)

13:30                      Energizer (Room: Topweer)

13:45                      Parallel sessions

Understanding complexity: fitness landscapes, organized complexity, and fractals (Room: Boerdam / Format: Carrousel setup)
Session Chair: Ines Portugal

Authors: Stephen Marshall and Nick Green
Title: Measuring and mapping organized complexity 
Discussant: Solon Soloumou
 
Authors: Lasse Gerrits and Peter Marks
Title: UNCODE: a model and tool to map, analyze and visualize planning processes
Discussant: Sharon Zivkovic
 
Navigating complexity: governance, decision-making, and conditions (Room: Topweer / Format: Carrousel setup)
Session Chair: Stefan Verweij
                                  
Authors: Jean-Marie Buijs, Luuk Boelens, Helge Bormann, Britta Restemeyer, Teun Terpstra and Tom van der Voorn
Title: Adaptive planning for flood resilient areas: dealing with complexity in decision-making about multilayered flood risk management
Discussant: Stefan Hartman

Authors: Hans Bil and Geert Teisman
Title: Elaborating complexification: an emerging practice in which governments modestly enhance the complexity of decision-making in order to deal more effectively with societal issues
Discussant: Angelique Chettiparamb 
 
Author: Christian Zuidema
Title: Conditioning the spatial integration of renewable energy
Discussant: Christian Lamker

 

15:15                  Coffee break (Room: Topweer)

15:30                  Mini-workshop: Adaptive planning - Ward Rauws (Room: Topweer)

16:15                  Coffee break (Room: Topweer)

16:30                  Parallel sessions 

Understanding complexity: simulation, scenario's and uncertainty (Room: Boerdam / Format: Classic Setup)
Session Chair: Ulysses Sengupta

Authors: Solon Soloumou, Ulysses Sengupta and Robert Hyde
Title: A strategic planning problem: examining the unpredictability of urban transformation based on the changing temporal order of planned projects
Discussant: Stephen Marshall

Authors: Bart Rijken, Edwin Buitelaar and Lianne van Duinen
Title: Brownfield development in the light of great housing demand. Building feasibility scenarios in a complex and politicized environment.
Discussant: Mariëlle Prins
 
Authors: Javier Ruiz Sánchez and Íñigo Lorente Riverola
Title: Planning for uncertainty: adaptive urban planning and LBS location-based-services
Discussant: Jean-Marie Buijs

Understanding complexity: political dynamics & planners’ roles 
(Room: Topweer / Format: Classic setup)
Session Chair: Robin Chang

Author: Nils Björling
Title: Ecologies: politicizing complex adaptive systems
Discussant: Beitske Boonstra

Author: Christian Lamker
Title: Rethinking planning processes as role-systems – puzzling towards playful spaces of transformation
Discussant: Camilla Perrone

Authors: Jasper Meekes, Dorina Buda and Gert de Roo
Title: Lessons from complexity: theoretical implications for planning based on the study of leisure-led regional development
Discussant: Ines Portugal

18:00                  Drinks (Land van Kokanje, Bar Bubbels) 


Day 2 - Thursday 24 May 2018

09:00                  Parallel sessions                    

Navigating complexity: uncertainty, rationality and planning innovation (Room: Boerdam / Format: Carrousel setup)
Session Chair: Nils Björling

Author: Angelique Chettiparamb
Title: Responding to a Complex World: Explorations in spatial planning
Discussant: Christian Zuidema

Authors: Mark Zandvoort and Maarten van der Vlist
Title: Planning for infrastructure replacement strategies under uncertainty 
Discussant: Javier Ruiz Sánchez

Authors: Camilla Perrone and Gert de Roo
Title: Planning and rationality: a multi layered perspective
Discussant: David Andersson
 
Navigating complexity: social innovation & living labs (Room: Topweer / Format: Carrousel setup)
Session Chair: Beitske Boonstra

Author: Sharon Zivkovic
Title: Systemic Innovation Labs: A lab approach for addressing wicked problems
Discussant: Sharon Wohl

Authors: Emma Puerari and Timo von Wirth
Title: Urban living labs as local transition experiments: a new way of navigation spatial transformations?
Discussant: Mohamed Saleh

Author: Mariëlle Prins
Landing airports. Analysing the transformation of airport areas.
Discussant: Bart Rijke

10:30                      Coffee break (Room: Topweer)

11:00                      Keynote Prof. Juval Portugali (Room: Topweer)

12:00                      Lunch break (Room: Topweer)

13:00                      Energizer (Room: Topweer)

13:15-16:15            Workshop with the Province of Groningen (Room: Topweer)

19:00                      Dinner (‘t Feithuis)


Day 3 - Friday 25 May 2018

09:00                  Parallel sessions (Topweer and Boerdam)

Navigating complexity: Self-organization, ruptures and Intermediaries (Room: Boerdam / Format: Carrousel setup)
Session Chair: Christian Lamker

Author: Sharon Wohl
Title: Boosting transformative capacity: cultivating affordances within the apparatus of self-organizing urban spaces
Discussant: Stefan Verweij

Author: Mohamed Saleh
Title: Rethinking planning’s perspective on urban ruptures: the contextual tensions of post-politics in Egypt as illustrative case 
Discussant: Nils Björling

Author: Beitske Boonstra
Title: Unplanned or other planned – spatial planning, self-organization and intentionality during the 2015-2016 European refugee crisis
Discussant: Emma Puerari

Tweaking complexity: behavioral rules and enabling structures (Room: Topweer / Format: Carrousel setup)
Session Chair: Camilla Perrone

Authors: David Emanuel Andersson, Fred Folvary and Luca Minola
Title: Fiscal principles for the self-organizing city
Discussant: Peter Marks

Author: Koen Bandsma
Title: Nudging the self-organization process: under which conditions do urban planners perceive nudging an effective instrument to guide processes of self-organization
Discussant: Mark Zandvoort

Authors: Eric Cheung and Ulysses Sengupta
Title: Enabling sustainable mobility: an ICT approach to enabling landscapes for bottom-up processes
Discussant: Claudia Yamu

10:30                      Coffee break (Room: Topweer)

11:00                      Duo-keynote Prof. Jean Hillier & Prof. Gert de Roo (Room: Topweer)

12:30                      Lunch break (Room: Topweer)

13:30                      Parallel sessions

Navigating complexity: Temporal Use, Tourism and Adaptive Walks  (Room: Topweer / Format: Classic Setup)
Session Chair: Emma Puerari

Author: Robin Chang
Title: Conceptualizing temporary use with critical complexity
Discussant: Hans Bil

Author: Ines Portugal
Title: Moving beyond a reductionist approach: Potential for Agent-based modelling and Cellular Automata applications in tourism planning
Discussant: Jasper Meekes

  

14:30                   Coffee & Closing (Room: Topweer)

15:00                   End



 

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