Thank you Prague! Thank you Bratislava!
Published at: 18 July 2015
Association of European Schools of Planning would like to thank Faculty of Architecture Czech Technical University in Prague and express our gratitude for the organisation of the AESOP Annual Congress “Definite Spaces - Fuzzy Responsibility”, which took place on 13-16 July 2015.
AESOP owes also word of gratitude to the Institut of Management Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava for organising PhD Workshop in Stara Lesna on 6-10 July 2015.
The teama from Prague and Bratislava have shown tremendous dedication to the task and remarkable reliability. We consider the cooperation with Faculty of Architecture Czech Technical University in Prague and Institut of Management Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava very successful and pleasurable.
We would also like express our word of gratitude to:
Ministry of the Regional Development of the Czech Republic (Ministerstvo pro Místní Rozvoj České Republiky),
City of Prague (Hlavní město Praha),
Institut of Planning and Development (Institut plánování a rozvoje hlavního města Prahy),
Czech Chamber of Architects (Česká komora architektů),
Czech Association for Urban and Regional Planning (Asociace pro urbanismsus a územní plánování České Republiky),
and GUARANT International spol. s r.o.
supporting the event.
We wish to especially thank Professor Ladislav Lábus, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and for the fabulous cooperation and support.
We also wish to thank Professor KAREL MAIER, chair of the Local Organising Committee, Professor MAROŠ FINKA, Chair of the Local Organising Committee of the PhD Workshop and Zdenek Zavrel, Vit Řezáč, Jana Tóthová, Jakub Vorel, Milan Macoun, Martin Šilha, Zuzana Krmelová, Daniel Zahrádka, Kateřina Rottová, Veronika Brejchová, Mirjana Petric, Jan Richtr, Martina Sarvašová, Eva Vrátilová, Irena Benešová, Martina Šandová, Jan Šlemr from Prague and Zuzana Ladzianska, Vladimír Ondrejička, Lúbomír Jamečný, Martin Špaček from Bratislava for their contribution to the success of our congress. We know very well that it requires the work of a team to organise such an event, and the role played by each member of the team is important. We are deeply indebted to all who contributed to the success of the event. Our special word of gratitude goes to the students of the Czech Technical University in Prague helping during the event.
Our special word of gratitude goes to Professor Erik Swyngedouw, Professor Iván Tosics and Peter Mehlbye who presented outstanding keynote speeches.
The event has been a great joy and pleasure to all of us, and has been so largely thanks to your work and hospitability, for which we remain grateful.
Categorized as : AESOP Annual Congress