Étudiants de master, doctorants, chercheurs:
profitez de cette occasion unique pour présenter vos projets de mémoire ou de recherche en cours à des enseignants-chercheurs internationallement reconnus en:
- histoire & théorie de l’architecture / de l’urbanisme / de l’art
- valorisation du patrimoine bâti.
- urban planning
- landscape studies
- architectural design
- architectural / urbanism / art history & theory
- heritage studies.
Master students, PhD candidates and researchers are invited to discuss their ongoing thesis or research project with international scholars in:
Les candidats seront informés le 4 février
Applicants will be informed on Feb 4th 2019
Discussants / discutants:
- Simon Bell (Estonian University of Life Sciences, Chair of Landscape Architecture) [en]
- Cristina Pallini (Politecnico di Milano) [en]
- Helena Maia (ESAP-CEAA, Porto) [en/fr]
- Vittoria Capresi (TU-Berlin, Habitat Unit chair of International Urbanism and Design) [en/fr]
- Alexandra Trevisan (ESAP-CEAA, Porto) [fr]
- Luca Monica (Politecnico di Milano) [en]
2019-01-15: invitation to Research Seminar at the Faculty of Architecture – ULB
We are pleased to invite you to the seminar “Engaging Communities in Research. Methodologies for Understanding Today Complex Urban Environments”, which will be held on Tuesday the 15th of January 2019 from 9:00 to 15:00 at the Auditorium V. Bourgeois, ULB Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta, Flagey 19.
The seminar is organized within the framework of the research project “TYCO-WSS-Typologies of Institutionalised Co-production of Water and Sanitation Services in the Urban South”, promoted by Universitè libre de Bruxelles-Architecture La Cambre-Horta and the Université de Liège
It will explore a variety of participatory approaches addressing the interaction between communities and the environment they live in. The objective is to open up a wider reflection regarding the use of participatory methodologies for scientific research. Different methods will be explored, coming from pedagogy and anthropology, artistic disciplines, participatory mapping, which are the main domains of the experts invited to the seminar.
The seminar will be in English and it is open to the public. For logistical reasons, we would ask to everyone interested to participate, to please send an e-mail to Giuseppe Faldi <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Federica Natalia Rosati <email@example.com> by Thursday the 10th of January 2019.
Researchers and research supervisors: Luisa Moretto (ULB), Jacques Teller (ULg), Giuseppe Faldi (ULB), Federica Natalia Rosati (ULB/ULg)