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Dortmund Conference

Call for Abstracts, Sessions & Roundtables | until 15.07.2021

Spatial planning and development, despite guiding principles to the contrary, contribute locally and globally to social processes that exceed the planet's carrying capacity and distribute burdens and opportunities unequally. "If possible, please turn around!" therefore is not the suggestion of your navigation system after a missed turn, but the request to consistently question this direction as well as to point out possibilities that necessarily go beyond marginal directional corrections. The Dortmund Conference on Spatial and Planning Research 2023 would like to contribute to the Sustainability Turn and invites you to present your contribution to this process.

Keynotes

Prof. Dr. Antje Bruns Head of Governance and Sustainability Lab, Trier University
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Holz-Rau (since 1998 Professor of Transportation and Transportation Planning at the Department of Planning at the Technical University of Dortmund)

Tracks

DOKORP 2023 comprises eight tracks. You can submit a presentation or propose your own session by 15.07.2021. You can also initiate a spatial and planning science roundtable.

  1. Neighbourhood development
  2. Urban development
  3. Spatial development and monitoring
  4. International and European perspectives of spatial planning
  5. Planning theory
  6. Mobility and transport
  7. Green and blue infrastructures
  8. Climate change and public health

DOKORP 2023 is also open for other topics of spatial and planning research. You can submit your contributions to the Call from now until July 15th, 2021. We look forward to your submission!

English: https://umfragen.tu-dortmund.de/index.php/896564?lang=en

The participation fees are currently open, as they depend on the type of implementation. Please assume approx. 100 Euro for the face-to-face event (with discount for students). In case of an online implementation, the fee will be significantly lower.

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