6 July 2019
Technopolitics in Urban Regeneration: Co-creating Public Spaces
The event will explore different forms of co-creation, under the argument that cities have become hybrid spaces between the physical and the digital, where new forms of sociability and collective action emerge, aiming to enrich the debate around the use of digital technologies strategies for the co-ordination of public spaces at the local level.
The Conference will have 4 thematic sessions: (1) Collaboration in digital condition, with Prof. Felix Stalder / ZHdK; (2) Civic laboratories, with Prof. José Carlos Mota / UA; (3) Community Participation and Toolkits, with the Ecosistema Urbano studio; and (4) Digital Collective Mapping, with Isabel Cristina Carvalho / UAlg + UAB. Each session will start with keynote speaker lecture followed by paper presentations sessions. Extended deadline for proposals: 08 Apr 2019.
The Summer School intends to offer all participants an integrated collaborative learning approach to develop urban design solutions, focusing on neighborhoods of illegal genesis in the city of Cascais.
Prof. Alexandra Paio
Junior researchers and PhD students.
Our aim is to integrate technological knowledge with design concerns, establishing inclusive strategies that link students, researchers, citizens and municipalities with different knowledge, increasing capacities to deal with the methods of urban regeneration project and the co-creation of public spaces. Students will be able in actuate together with residents in urban areas of illegal origin from Cascais, designing solutions that can be performed later by the municipality.
This summer school is a partnership between ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa and the City Hall of Cascais.
EUR 250: Student (Conference Sessions + Summer School)
EUR 320: Non Student (Conference Sessions + Summer School)