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Complex cities graduation students who have started their graduation project in autumn 2017 are now about to finish their projects. A second set of their final P5 presentations is scheduled.* Please note that more presentations are upcoming! As soon as all information about these is available they will be announced here too! A note to new graduation students: Visiting P5 presentations is a very effective way of gaining insight into what graduation at the Department of Urbanism embodies!

Tuesday, 26-6-2018
10.30
Room BK-IZ P
Esmee Stalenberg
Welcoming Amsterdam – A spatial strategy for a growing touristic region
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Mentors: Arie Romein, Gerdy Verschuure-Stuip


Thursday, 28-6-2018
11.00
Room BK-CZ B
Jiangzhou Song
Livability in a growing Shenzhen – How to make Shenzhen a high-educated young migrants friendly city
Shenzhen, China
Mentors: Qu Lei, Birgit Hausleitner


Friday, 29-6-2018
9.00
Room BK-IZ P
Matias Iversson Piazza
Altamira beyond Belo Monte. Gaps and opportunities for promoting sustainable development in a new energy landscape
Altamira, Brazil
Mentors: Arie Romein, Leo van den Burg

10.30
Room BK-CZ B
Yanxin Liu
Night and fog of Hong Kong
Hong Kong, China
Mentors: Diego Andres Sepulveda Carmona, Luisa Calabrese
(This project explores the transformation of monocentric Hong Kong into a multifunctional polycentric region.)

13.45
Room BK-CZ B
Mu Xiufan
Aging in place/Non-zero sum game
Beijing, China
Mentors: Diego Andres Sepulveda Carmona, Maurice Harteveld


Monday, 2-7-2018
15.00
Room BK-IZ B
Xiaojun Liu
Renewal with Arrival. A participatory urban renewal in Hong Kong immigrant neighbourhood
Hong Kong, China
Mentors: Gregory Bracken, Frank van der Hoeven


Tuesday, 3-7-2018
15.00
Room BK-IZ Q
Reza Arlianda
The co-creation of convivial city: Reclaiming the right to the Kampung in the touristic city of Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Mentors: Stephen Read, Maurice Harteveld


Wednesday, 4-7-2018
11.00
Room BK-IZ Q
Jeanne Blok
Refugees movement in immobility. A study investigating information flows used by refugees fleeing to Europe
Athens, Katsikas, Greece
Mentors: Verena Balz, Frank van der Hoeven

13.00
Room BK-IZ Q
Nilofer Afza Tajuddin
Keeping your feet dry: Rethinking planning and flood resilience in Chennai Metropolitan Area, India
Chennai, India
Mentors: Marcin Dabrowski, Taneha Bacchin

14.45
Room BK-IZ P
Ardian Wiratama
Transformative Resilience: A Study of Derivative Form of Resilience in Informal Settlement
Bukit Duri, Jakarta
Mentors: Arie Romein, Roberto Rocco


Thursday, 5-7-2018
9.00
Room BK-IZ Q
IJsbrand Heeringa
Re-imagining the European periphery: the case of Asturias
Asturias, Spain
Mentors: Marcin Dabrowski, Steffen Nijhuis

11.00
Room BK-IZ U
Vera Nimax
Redefining resource management in a fast growing urban setting. Explorations for regional innovation in Luxembourg
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Mentors: Dominic Stead, Alex Wandl

11.00
Room BK-IZ T
Karishma Asarpota
Spatial Planning for the Energy Transition. The role of spatial planning in facilitating the energy transition in Dubai
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Mentors: Vincent Nadin, Carola Hein

13.00
Room BK-IZ Q
Concepción del Rocío Aranda Iglesias
A Corridor towards sustainable urban development
Maputo Metropolitan Area, Mozambique.
Mentors: Roberto Rocco, Frank van der Hoeven


Friday, 6-7-2018
9.00
Room BK-IZ Q
Maximilian Einert
Spatial development in a post-capitalistic economy – A contingency plan for Leipzig and its region
Leipzig, Germany
Mentors: Stephen Read, Birgit Hausleitner

9.00
Room BK-IZ T
Eva Labrujere
An alternative urban paradigm? Local knowledge and the power of community as a base for sustainable development in Mathare Valley, Nairobi.
Mathare Valley, Nairobi
Mentors: Arie Romein, Roberto Rocco

* The above listed information on date, time and room is adopted from the formal TU schedule. In case of inconsistencies, this schedule is leading The schedule can be found here

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2 thoughts on “Next update on P5 presentations!

  1. I know: I daily trace the official TU schedule, it is complicated seemingly. The ones you name are still scheduled for day parts only,. No precise time/location is known. I mention in the blog that not all are listed! As soon as details are known I will make a new blog!

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