Partners

Regional planning and design with water: Learning with Dutch cities and regions

Summer School

TU Delft, Department of Urbanism: July 12 to 22 2016

Organized by the Group of Spatial Planning and Strategy of the Department of Urbanism of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in partnership with:

the Chair of Environmental Technology and Design of the TU Delft

the International Forum on Urbanism IFoU

The Department of Urban Planning of the  National Cheng Kung University

The South China University of Technology

The Okayama University (members of the SixERS consortium)

The Municipality of The Hague

The Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment of the Netherlands

DELTARES

List of speakers and contributors 2015:

speakers

1.     Professor Vincent Nadin (SPS, Urbanism)
2.      Dr. Fransje Hooimeijer (Environmental Technology and Design, Urbanism)
3.     Dr. Roberto Rocco  (SPS, Urbanism)
4.     Professor Peter Russell, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
5.     Eit Hasker (Municipality of the Hague)
6.     Shyreen Shaib (Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, NL)
7.     Hermen Borst (Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, NL)
8.     Milou Joosten (Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, NL)
9.     Architect Jason Hilgefort (Land & Civilisations Compositions)
10.  Merten Nefs (Delta Metropool)
11.  Jos van Alphen (Delta Commissie)
12.  Wenchi Yang (Master student, Urbanism)
13.  Yuting Tai (PhD Candidate, Urbanism)
14.  Liang Xiong (PhD Candidate, Urbanism)
15.  Igor Moreno (PhD Candidate, Urbanism)
16.  Taneha Bacchin (Associate researcher)
17.  Ir. Francisco Colombo (Province South Holland, SPS)
18.  Gerda Roeleveld (Deltares)

Website: https://planningdesigntudelft.wordpress.com

Visit the website for a complete overview and the full programme

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