Thematic Group of AESOP, Planning and Complexity
Program of the 11th meeting
University of Aveiro, Department of Social, Political and Territorial Sciences (venue: Senate Room / Sala do Senado)
Thursday, the 2nd of May:
14.00 h Welcome by Paulo Silva (Chair organizing committee)
14.10 h Opening speech
14.30 h 1st set of papers
- Ulysses Sengupta, Eric Cheung- Incorporating Informal Patterns: New Computational Approaches aimed at Integration of Socio-Spatial and Temporal Aspects of Self Organisation in Mumbai, within Future Co-ordinated Planning Strategies
- Jenni Partanen- Empirical Indicators for Self-Organisation
- Jorge Batista e Silva, José Antunes Ferreira - Intelligent cities and intelligent plans: how to foster self-organisation?
16.00 h coffee break
16.30 h 2nd set of papers
- Beitske Boonstra - Co-housing as self-organisation in spatial development: mapping the trajectories of becoming of four Danish co-housing initiatives
- Ward Rauws, Gert de Roo - Cohousing, self-organization in Dutch urban planning practice?
- José Carlos Mota - The added value of city civic movements in local spatial planning policies: Discussing the case of Aveiro, Portugal
- Oswald Devisch, Oscar Rommens, Joris Van Reusel - Towards a culture of urban improvisation – reconstructions of the interplay of private and public initiatives in spatial transformation processes
18.30 h Closing
Friday, the 3rd of May:
09.00 h 3rd set of papers
- Sara Levy, Karel Martens, Rob van der Heijden - Networks, Markets and Hierarchies: how different governance modes organize urban development
- Matthias Loepfe, Christina Zweifel, Lineo Devechi - On emergence and power of strategies: exploring the relations between strategic planning and urban development in Switzerland
- Helena Farrall, Lia Vasconcelos - Planning for Urban Panarchy or Panarchy in Urban Planning?
10.30 h coffee break
11.00 h Keynote
KEYNOTE speaker prof. Francis Heylighen
12.30 h lunch break
13.30 h 4th set of presentations
- Sharon Ackerman - Applying principles from Complex Adaptive Systems theory towards urban planning strategies: A test case that replaces the design of urban objects with the choreography of urban processes.
- Paulo Silva - Spatial planning systems: emergence and co-evolution involving illegal settlers, institutional, planning and spatial design
- Sara Levy, Karel Martens, Rob van der Heijden - Just a little patience: an agent-based model of the effect of a planning institution on residential patterns
- Kyunghyun Baek - Urban Design as a multi-actors involved incremental process: a complex theories (self-organisation) perspective
15.30 h Closing session and drinks