AESOP News of 2019

Acknowledgement to the 2019 AESOP PhD Workshop Team

Published at: 22 July 2019

AESOP would like to thank the University of Ferrara for the successful organization of the 2019 AESOP PhD Workshop.

The Workshop, with the theme PLANNING FOR TRANSITION took place between 3 and 6th of July 2019 in Ferrara. 
 

Acknowledgement to the 2019 AESOP Congress Team

Published at: 19 July 2019

AESOP would like to acknowledge Università Iuav di Venezia (IUAV) that hosted the 2019 AESOP Annual Congress in Venice - PLANNING FOR TRANSITION.

We wish to thank in particular our colleagues Laura Fregolent and Francesco Musco for their excellent work in the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) and for all their cooperation and support.

We also wish to extend a special thanks to the other members of the LOC, Filippo Magni, Giulia Lucertini, Matteo Basso, Denis Maragno, Mattia Bertin, Elena Ostanel, and also Anna Marson, Enrico Fontanari, Maria Chiara Tosi, Matelda Reho and Giuli Ernesti for all their work and dedication to the organization of the 2019 AESOP Venice Congress and for their contribution to the great success of this event.


AESOP YAN Elections 2019

Published at: 26 April 2019

The call for candidates to the Coordination Team of the AESOP Young Academics Network is open April 29th until May 7th 2019.

The AESOP YA Network is an AESOP working group in particular addressed at planners who have only recently entered the academic world: PhD students, postdocs, people starting in academic positions. The activities of the AESOP YA network are complementary to other activities that are being deployed within AESOP as a whole.

Being a member of the Coordination Team of the YA Network means responsibility and great opportunities. You will be involved in the organisation of international activities (conferences and workshops organization; journal editing, blog, and booklet series) and have the opportunity to gain international experiences, improve your capacities to work, and expand your international networks through cooperation with both young and senior scholars.