Advancing computational processes to translate multifaceted aspects of spatial planning into land change models

Public lectures and demos at WSL on Advancing computational processes to translate multifaceted aspects of spatial planning into land change models
Date:27th Nov. 2018, 09:00 - 12:30 Venue: FlurySaal @ WSL Birmensdorf, Zürich, Switzerland Organizer:CONCUR Project team Language:English General description: Within the CONCUR project ‘From plans to land change: how strategic spatial planning contributes to the development of urban regions’ the expert workshop ‘Advancing computational processes to translate multifaceted aspects of spatial planning into land change models’ (27th November) includes public lectures on morning by two international experts and a local researcher. These experts will lecture on issues concerning current limits of land change models in their consideration of spatial policies in urban region specifically on urbanization, nature protection and transportation (further information on the order of the presentations will be soon available).
9:00 - 12:30 Public lectures and demos by
  • Hedwig van Delden, Director of the Research Institute for Knowledge Systems (RIKS) in the Netherlands and Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering at the University of Adelaide.
  • Richard Hewitt, researcher at the James Hutton Institute in UK and at the Observatorio para una Cultura des Territorio in Spain.
  • Gaëtan Palka, researcher at the Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL
The final program will be soon available. Please check the CONCUR project webpage regularly. We look forward to seeing you.

Best regards, 

Gaëtan Palka 
for the CONCUR project team
https://www.researchgate.net/project/From-plans-to-land-change-how-strategic-spatial-planning-contributes-to-the-development-of-urban-regions-CONCUR/update/5bcf1e3c3843b006754002a7

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