AESOP Newsletter 04/2021

Published at: 30 April 2021

Prof Aileen Stockdale FAcSS

Published at: 14 April 2021

It is with great sadness that we announce that Prof Aileen Stockdale, Chair of Environmental Planning in the School of Natural and Built...

Call for the host of the AESOP 2022 Head of Schools Meeting

Published at: 22 March 2021

AESOP is looking for candidates willing to host the 17th AESOP Heads of Schools Meeting in 2022.The candidate has to be an AESOP member...

Call For AESOP Treasurer (2021 - 2025)

Published at: 22 March 2021

The Call for the position of AESOP Treasurer is open!
The new AESOP Treasurer has to be elected during the 09 July 2021 CoRep meeting.
According...

Call for Transition Management Services provider for the AESOP Websites, Institutional Repository and Open Journal Services

Published at: 11 April 2021

The Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) is currently seeking applications for a Transition Management Services provider to assist...

AESOP Quality Recognition Programme 2021 – applications now open

Published at: 20 April 2021

The applications for AESOP Quality Recognition are now OPEN until the 30th June 2021.
Full and Associate members can apply here: apply to AESOP...

2021 AESOP PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING - applications now open

Published at: 30 March 2021

AIM OF THE PRIZE
Teaching in the broad field of planning is one of the main activities of AESOP Member Schools. Thus, in 2002, AESOP introduced a...

AESOP 2021 Online Conference - Adapting Planning: Rethinking planning practices - 12-14 July 2021

Published at: 28 April 2021

ANNOUNCEMENT  FOR AN AESOP ONLINE SMALL FORMAT CONFERENCE IN JULY 2021 BY GDAŃSK UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
"Adapting Planning: Rethinking the...

AESOP Lecture Series / Lecture 18: 27th May 2021, 13.00-15.30 CET

Published at: 30 April 2021

AESOP Lecture Series /  Lecture 18
WILLEM SALET
HOW PUBLIC NORMS HELP TO COPE WITH UNCERTAINTY IN COMPLEX PRACTICES OF PLANNING
Hosted by:...

AESOP Lecture Series / Lecture 18: 27th May 2021, 13.00-15.30 CET

AESOP TG ETHICS, VALUES & Planning - Colloquium 4: “Back to normality or perpetual threat? Exploring scenarios of future urban life and planning”

Published at: 29 April 2021

There is a lot of speculation on the lasting effects of COVID-19 and how it will change (urban) life and planning. One way to cope with such...

 

AESOP TG PSUC 2021 international meeting BETWEEN THE HOME & THE SQUARE (Thessaloniki October 22-23, 2021) | Call for Paper_Deadline: May 17 2021

Published at: 25 March 2021

AESOP TG PSUC 2021 international meeting BETWEEN THE HOME & THE SQUARE bridging the boundaries of public space
October 22-23, 2021 | Thessaloniki (Greece)



AESOP TG PSUC 2021 international meeting BETWEEN THE HOME & THE SQUARE (Thessaloniki October 22-23, 2021) | Call for Paper_Deadline: May 17 2021
 

Conversation in Planning Booklet Project - Call for co-author: Booklet on Leonie Sandercock

Published at: 6 April 2021

This is a Call for Young Academic (YA) Authors to work in collaboration with distinguished Prof Leonie Sandercock and another YA author reflecting...

Call for Abstracts! 57th ISOCARP World Planning Congress, 8-11 November, Doha Qatar

Published at: 22 April 2021

The International Society of City and Regional Planners’ (ISOCARP) 57th ISOCARP World Planning Congress taking place on 8-11 November 2021 in...

Call for Abstracts! 57th ISOCARP World Planning Congress, 8-11 November, Doha Qatar

Computational Urban Planning and Urban Management online conference - June 2021

Published at: 25 April 2021

Computational Urban Planning and Urban Management online conference will take place in June 2021. Please find the program on the following...

PhD Summer School "Urban Arctic"

Published at: 15 April 2021

The architecture group in Luleå is organizing the following activity for PhD students (5 credits, ECTS):

PhD Summer School: Urban Arctic:...

PhD Summer School "Urban Arctic"

Call for abstracts for the "Post-pandemic Right to the City" conference - Tirana Design Weeks 2021, POLIS University, Albania

Published at: 13 April 2021

As is the tradition since 2012, POLIS University, in cooperation with the Future Architecture Platform and partners, will organise Tirana Design...

Contemporary Trends in Local Governance

Published at: 26 April 2021

Carlos Nunes Silva (ed.) (2020). Contemporary Trends in Local Governance: Reform, Cooperation and Citizen Participation. Cham: Springer ISBN...

Contemporary Trends in Local Governance

A Manifesto for the Just City

Published at: 7 April 2021

This book addresses the need to re-imagine and re-conceptualise the Just City. It contains texts by a number of guest authors and 43 manifestos...

A Manifesto for the Just City

Science for disaster risk management 2020: acting today, protecting tomorrow

Published at: 12 April 2021

Tackling the impacts on assets at risk, dealling with hazards of different natures, establishing links existing between hazards and vulnerabilities to support robust and effective action, a report on "Science for disaster risk management 2020: acting today, protecting tomorrow", presents solutions and approaches, describes several examples and cases, showing what the DRM community has learned from disastrous events while pointing out where the gaps in our knowledge are. Report is produced by European Commission Disaster Risk Management Knowledge Centre.


Report link: https://drmkc.jrc.ec.europa.eu/Knowledge/Science-for-DRM/Science-for-Disaster-Risk-Management-2020

Professor in Mobility - Ghent University

Published at: 10 April 2021

ABOUT GHENT UNIVERSITY

Ghent University is one of the most important education and research institutions in the Low Countries. On a daily basis,...

PhD positions in Urban Planning, Design and Policy (UPDP) @DAStU - Politecnico di Milano

Published at: 27 April 2021

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2021 NOW OPEN

** → DEADLINE: 20th of May 2021**

The UPDP PhD programme grants five PhD positions (four fully paid) to...

PhD positions in Urban Planning, Design and Policy (UPDP) @DAStU - Politecnico di Milano