Resilience for All

30 June 2022 09:00 till 11:45 | Add to my calendar

TU Delft Resilience Lab members Dr. Nazli Aydin, and Supriya Krishnan will organize a transdisciplinary workshop titled 'Resilience for All' at the UN-Habitat's World Urban Forum (WUF) to be held in Poland between 26 - 30 June.

TPM Resilience Lab will organize an interdisciplinary workshop entitled 'Resilience for All' at the UN-Habitat's World Urban Forum (WUF) to be held in Poland between 26 - 30 June 2022.

To attend in person or online, you must register by Saturday, 25 June. (Registration requires upload of ID and a photograph.)

Register here: https://www.unevents.org/Home/Register

The event will present scientific planning support tools and methods at the intersection of Equitable Futures and Urban Resilience emerging from the collective research experience from members of the Faculties of Technology Policy & Management, Architecture & the Built Environment, and Industrial Design Engineering. Participants will learn from design-driven and data-driven methods applied to real case studies for evidence-based planning to build resilience and equity in spatially explicit ways.

This event is supported by four thematic labs: TPM Resilience Lab, TPM AI Lab, Centre for Urban Science and Policy, and TU Delft Global Urban Lab.

More event information: https://wuf.unhabitat.org/event/resilience-all
and https://supadupa09.cargo.site/Event_WUF

 

TU Delft Resilience Lab members Dr. Nazli Aydin, and Supriya Krishnan will organize a transdisciplinary workshop titled 'Resilience for All' at the UN-Habitat's World Urban Forum (WUF) to be held in Poland between 26 - 30 June. Established in 2001 by the United Nations, WUF is the premier global conference on sustainable urbanization that examines one of the world's most pressing issues today: rapid urbanization and its impact on communities, cities, economies, climate change, and policies. The event attracts over 20,000 participants. 

'Resilience for All' is the official event selected from TU Delft and brings together nine speakers from the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, and the Faculty of Architecture. The session is officially supported by TU Delft's Global Urban Lab, TPM’s AI Lab, and TPM's Center for Urban Science and Policy.

The session is designed as a workshop-style training event to present scientific planning support tools and methods at the intersection of two themes: Equitable Futures and Urban Resilience. The aim is to identify gaps in implementing the latest techniques in decision-making to inform inclusive policies to mitigate urban inequality and build resilience. Session participants will learn from design-driven and data-driven tools and methods applied to real case studies for evidence-based planning to manage resilience and promote equity in spatially explicit ways. 

Speakers include Dr. Roberto Rocco, Dr. Claudiu Forgaci, Dr. Carissa Champlin, Dr. Trivik Verma, Dr. Juliana Goncalves, Dr. Ylenia Casali, Dr. Mikhail Sirenko, Dr. Nazli Aydin (co-organizer) and Supriya Krishnan (co-organizer).

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