Lectures from Prominent Scholar Prof. Vincent Nadin (Feb.28--Mar. 3, 2017)
 
time: 2017-02-27

Lectures Schedule

Lecture 1.

Title: Urban planning in Europe: challenges and trends

 (What does 'urban planning’ or ’spatial planning’ mean in Europe? Why do we do planning in government? What sorts of planning can be found in European countries? What is common and what is different between the many countries? How is planning changing to meet new challenges? )

Time: Feb. 28, 2017, Tuesday, 19:00-20:30

Venue: The first floor,  multimedia classroom of Building No.6.

 

Lecture 2.

Title: Introducation of the summer camp and postgraduate course of the Urban Planning Department at Delft University of Technology

Time: March. 2, 2017, Thursday, 15:00-16:30

Venue: The first floor,  multimedia classroom of Building No.6.

 

Lecture 3.

Title: Urban growth management and the green belt in the UK

(What is the problem- urban sprawl and the need for new development? Why should we limit urban growth? What is the contribution of open land and the green belt to cities?Can we resolve the competition for more land, and the conflict? )  

Time: March. 3, 2017, Friday, 19:00-20:30

Venue: The first floor,  multimedia classroom of Building No.6.

  

Speaker: Prof. Vincent Nadin (Prof. of spatial planning and strategy; life-time Prof. of TU Delft; Visiting Prof. of SCUT.)

Organizer: School of Architecture,  SCUT