Kick-off Conference - Border Studies: Towards a research network of excellence on October 24, 2018 at 1 pm
Registration is possible until 19 October 2018 under: kickoff.borderstudies.org
The teaching and research field of international planning systems is mostly engaged into international trends of spatial planning, likewise the shrinking of cities and regions , the comparative research of spatial planning in Europe and the influence international trends have on spatial development and planning strategies on a national and regional level.
On this, practical comparisons of the planning systems and the underlying framework requirement are made, by means of different methods to lead to an exchange of experiences to single problems and possible approaches. This exchange of experiences is also supported by an international network of science and practice.
The newest issue of the IPS Working Paper Series was recently published on the topic PlanShrinking² -Trajectories of planning cultures in shrinking cities: the cases Cleveland/USA, Bochum/Germany, and Nagasaki/Japan
RE-CITY Reviving shrinking cities innovative paths and perspectives towards livability for shrinking cities in Europe.
Demographic change and job losses are leading to a decline in the population of cities worldwide. In a new international project, which will be funded...
The research of Prof. Karina Pallagst is mentioned in the current publication of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA
In February 2018, the first two PhD theses of the department IPS were completed.