Summer Semester 2023
Courses and Projects of the Summer Semester 2023:
MT: Masterthesis Transforming City Regions
L: Urban Transformation II
This course provides a theoretical discussion describing the various yet closely related dimensions of urban design and planning from neighborhood scale to regional scale.
IP I: Sustainable university campus transition and serious gaming
This module guides students in developing methods and strategies effective participatory strategies for sustainable university campus transformation.
IP II: Urban-Rural Development in Thüringen: Housing I Working I Mobility
This course handles and provides students with the needed Know-How to tackle projects on a city scale with a structured base for addressing and handling challenges within their urban rural connection and regional context.
IP III: Networked urban systems in Europe
The goal of the project is to propose visions for a circular economy and cross-border mobility corridors in the Eurodelta and to think about the impact if such a fully connected territory.
Uuurble is an internet-based platform dedicated to the research and description of cities and urban neighbourhoods.
RM: Data-based, scenario-driven urban design
The course focuses on the increasing complexity of spatial processes and the need for digital methods in urban planning education.
RM: Rethinking Amazon Cities from Rondônia State
Our research question is: if we could rethink a city in the Amazon region, aligned with ethno-ecological thinking, how would it be like?
CC: Unfolding City Complexity
Understanding and interpreting urban complexity is essential for executing effective urban projects.
I: Master Thesis Outlinie
Do you intend to tackle the master thesis next semester? Good! But first, you need to outline your research design. This seminar will teach you how to develop a research design and present it in a convincing way.
EC: Urban Contestation in New Migrants Settings (Field Trip)
This course provides with an accumulative knowledge on how socio-economic challenges in cities and regions can be investigated and surveyed and brought into a strategic framework.
EC: Neapolitan Complexity: the Everyday Life of a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Field Trip)
The main goal is to explore the interplay between the physical and social environments, and the ways in which they intersect in the Quartieri Spagnoli in Naples.