The workshop focused on presenting and discussing:

  1. the state of the art of the discussion on urban curricula,
  2. on improving a survey on urban curricula as ID/TD mattered and
  3. on sharing case studies of inter- and trans-disciplinary approaches to participatory urban development and/or regeneration

We thus alternated between keynote presentations with panel discussions and smaller break out groups.

During the workshop we benefited  from the critical input of local experts and we opened a discussion on the innovation needed in the urban curriculum to enhance the new generation of urban planners in inter/trans-disciplinarity.

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Introductory presentations

Introduction to the workshop

Josefine Fokdal, University of Stuttgart

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State of art of Urban Curricula

Giulio Verdini, University of Westminster

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Keynote presentations

Hands-on experimentation as a teaching approach in enabling participatory urban design

Matej Nikšič and Alenka Fikfak, Urban Planning Institute of RS and Faculty of Architecture

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Analogous Systems: As a Pedagogical Tool in Urban Design

Tatjana Capuder Vidmar, MA, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Landscape Architecture , University of Geneva & Visiting Professor at the United Nations University

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Brownfields regeneration; work between the Urban Planning Institute’s interdisciplinary projects and faculty teaching

Boštjan Cotič, univ.dipl.inž.arh, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

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MEMUD, Middle European Joint Master for Urban Design

Tadej Glažar, Dr. Ilka Čerpes, Assist. Vid de Gleria, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of architecture

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Student workshop as a successful method of project-based learning in higher education study programmes

Alma Zavodnik Lamovsek, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering

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