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8.ª edição do Mestrado em Planeamento Regional e Urbano na Universidade de Aveiro

Quarta-feira, 24.09.14

O arranque da 8.ª edição do Mestrado em Planeamento Regional e Urbano - Universidade de Aveiro é já esta semana. Na sexta-feira temos o primeiro de um ciclo de eventos abertos ao público. 

 

 

 

 

Mestrado em Planeamento Regional e Urbano - Universidade de Aveiroe o Menor em Ordenamento do Território e Urbanismo do Departamento de Ciências Sociais, Políticas e do Território - UA da UA estão a lançar um conjunto de iniciativas sobre o Planeamento do Território em Portugal. Na segunda-feira ocorre já o segundo evento aberto à participação de todos os interessados. Contamos com a vossa presença!

 

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Inscrições no Mestrado em Planeamento Regional e Urbano - UA

Terça-feira, 13.05.14

MESTRADO EM PLANEAMENTO REGIONAL E URBANO da UNIVERSIDADE DE AVEIRO

(http://www.ua.pt/dcspt/PageCourse.aspx?id=103&b=1&p=3)

 

As candidaturas são efectuadas online através do Portal Académico -https://paco.ua.pt/CandidaturasMED/paco/main.aspx

 

https://www.facebook.com/PlaneamentoRegionaleUrbano

http://planeamentoregionaleurbano.blogs.sapo.pt/

 

 

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DEMOSPIN

Sábado, 26.10.13

O projeto DEMOSPIN coordenado pelo Prof. Eduardo Anselmo Castro do DCSPT da UA e elaborado pelas universidades da Beira Interior, Aveiro e Coimbra e pelos institutos politécnicos de Castelo Branco e Leiria em destaque hoje no EXPRESSO



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Apresentação do livro do Prof. Jorge Carvalho

Terça-feira, 26.02.13

 

Apresentação do livro do Prof. Jorge Carvalho

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Self-organization and spatial planning: in-depth analysis (2-3 May 2013, Aveiro)

Terça-feira, 22.01.13

 

Self-organization and spatial planning: in-depth analysis

Call for papers – 11th meeting AESOP’s thematic group on Complexity & Planning

2-3 May 2013, Aveiro, Portugal



The spatial development of for example neighborhoods, cities and urban regions is increasingly understood as a dynamic process progressing in a non-linear way. These areas can been seen as dynamic spatial systems that continuously transform due to internal drivers (e.g. local innovations, initiatives and collaborations) and external drivers (e.g. technological, demographic and economic trends). Complexity scholars argue self-organization plays a crucial role in these transformations.

Self-organization is a process that gives rise to new structures, patterns and organizations emerging from the interaction between elements or actors while external coordination is absent. It is understood as a collective process through which a system tries to reach the best possible ‘fit’ with its environment. Considering self-organization to be an important driver behind spatial change, planners are challenged to gain more insights in why self-organization in the context of planning systems emerges, how these processes evolve, and what the implications are for planners and policy makers.     

This call is a follow-up on the 9th meeting  of AESOP’s thematic group on Complexity & Planning on the theme ‘self-organization and spatial planning’. This event was held in April 2011 in Istanbul. Continuing our discussion during the upcoming event, particular attention is asked for:

  • The relation between the concept of self-organization and closely related concepts such as autopoiesis, adaptive capacity and coevolution.
  • The various types of feedback and feed-forward loops together feeding processes of self-organization in a spatial context.
  • The implications for governance of space and place, and how planners might need to adjust their spatial strategies, professional attitudes and cooperation with other actors in response to processes of self-organization.

Important information & dates:

  • A full paper is required
  • Make sure the paper is not only conceptual but includes empirical data as well
  • The paper is requested to meet the guidelines of Town Planning Review
  • Deadline submission abstracts: January, 28th, 2013
  • Acceptance of abstract: February, 15th, 2013
  • Deadline full paper: April, 15th, 2013

Abstracts can be submitted my email: paulosilva@ua.pt


 

Hosting department

The University of Aveiro (http://www.ua.pt/ensino/Default.aspx), created in 1973, is part of a generation of public universities conceived to decentralize university teaching in Portugal.

Its Department of Social, Political and Territorial Sciences (DCSPT) will host the event.  The DCSPT offers a diversity of courses, including a graduation on Public Administration, and master programs on Regional and Urban Planning (http://www.ua.pt/ensino/PageCourse.aspx?id=103 ), Public Management and Administration and Political Science. A PhD program on Public Policies is under preparation. 

The master of Regional and Urban Planning’s teaching staff is composed by a multidisciplinary group, most of them members of the Research Unit GOVCOPP – Governance, Competitiveness and Public Policies, rated with “excellent” by FCT (the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology).  

Being the first Portuguese university offering a graduation on Regional and Urban Planning in 1983, the UA is a founding member of AESOP. In 1998 hosted the XII AESOP Conference and is currently one of the Portuguese schools with a seat at AESOP’s Council of Representatives. The 11th meeting of AESOP’s thematic group on Complexity & Planning will coincide with the year of the celebration of the 30th anniversary of Regional and Urban Planning teaching in Aveiro.

For more information about the 11th meeting of AESOP’s thematic group on Complexity & Planning and for abstract and full paper submissions, please don’t hesitate to contact:


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Mestrado em Planeamento Regional e Urbano - 1.ª fase de candidaturas

Quarta-feira, 09.05.12

 

Mestrado em Planeamento Regional e Urbano 


1ª FASE DE CANDIDATURAS - 7 a 21 de Maio de 2012

 


http://www.ua.pt/saa/PageText.aspx?id=9492

 

 

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Folheto do Mestrado

Segunda-feira, 21.06.10

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Quarta-feira, 05.05.10

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curso intensivo mestrado pru - 5 maio

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