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					            City Futures ’09. Concurrent Sessions Friday

Friday, June 5, Morning


                                  Registration

                                7:30 AM -6:30 PM


     Conference Registration in the Municipal Training Centre (Calle Almagro, 5)




8:00am - 9:30am        Concurrent sessions (Municipal Training
Centre, calle Almagro 5, all floors)


29     Planning for the Sustainable City (Track 1)
       Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 1)
        Moderator: Jaap Vos (Florida Atlantic University, USA)

       ● Measuring the Sustainability of Cities: A Survey-Based Analysis
       of the Use of Local Indicators for the major cities of Quebec
       Georges Tanguay (Université de Québec à Montréal, Canada)

       ● Facilitating public deliberation on sustainable living – evidences
       of new forms of participation through the Danish Agenda 21
       schemes
       Annika Agger (Roskilde University, Denmark)

       ● Moving towards or away from sustainability-Tehran as the case
       example
       Zohreh Daneshpour (Sh.Beheshti University (SBU), Tehran, Iran)



30     Urban Development and Climate Change (Track 1)
       Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor 0 (Room 1)

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     Moderator: Ove Langeland (Norwegian Institute for Urban and
     Regional Research, Norway)

     ● Sustainable development in Portugal, an analysis of Lisbon and
     Porto
     Carlos José Lopes-Balsas (Arizona State University, USA)

     ● Linking urban developpment and climate change mitigation and
     adaptation in a small city: an approach in Cuenca, Spain
     Pablo Vaggione and Elda Solloso (Design Convergence Urbanism
     (DCU), Spain)



31   Public Polic and the Digital City (Track 2)
     Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Katia Iankova (Memorial University, Newfoundland,
     Canada)

     ● E-Administration and multi-channel citizen services in the City
     Council of Madrid
     Francisco López Carmona (City Hall of Madrid, Spain)

     ● How the Variation in City Fiscal Health Affects its Degree of
     Innovation?
     Kseniya Khovanova (University of Illinois at Chicago ,USA)

     ● The incidence of planning in the growth and change of the
     Metropolitan Area of Granada
     Julio Alberto Soria Lara, Luis Miguel Valenzuela Montes and
     Francisco Aguilar Benavente (University of Granada, Spain)

     ● Creative city development in the Lisbon and Gothenburg
     strategies: evidence from Dutch structure fund expenditure
     Jan Jacob Trip (Delft University of Technology , The Netherlands)




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32   Rail/Planning (PRE-FORMED by José María Ureña)
     Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor 0 (Room 2)
     Moderator: José María Ureña University of Castilla-La Mancha,
     Spain)

     ● HSR Passenger peculiarities in small and big cities
     Ana Rivas (University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain) and Oskar Fröidh
     (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

     ● High Speed Rail opportunities and urban restructuring
     Carmen Bellet (University of Lleida, Spain)

     ● Location of High Speed Rail stations in French medium size cities
     and their mobility and territorial implications: central, peripheral
     and bis (both central and peripheral in the same city)
     Valerie Facchinetti-Mannone (University of Bourgogne, France)

     ● Changing territorial implications of High Speed Rail in Spain:
     from individual lines to a network
     José María Ureña and José María Coronado (University of Castilla
     La-Mancha, Spain)



33   A Socio-Demographic Focus on Dynamic Urban Communities
     (Track 3)
     Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 3)
     Moderador: Fermín Delgado Perera (Universidad Politécnica de
     Madrid, Spain)

  Multiculturalism as urban pattern
   Fermín Delgado Perera (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  Urban Social Movements: gender approaches
   Zaida Muxí Martínez and Tània Magro Huertas (Universitat
   Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain)


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  A Tale of Two Cities. Race and Regeneration in Birmingham and
   Chicago
   Diane Levy (The Urban Institute, USA) and Harris Beider (Institute of
   Community Cohesion –ICOCO- UK)

  A World City Hypothesis: Globalization and Social Polarization in
   U.S. Cities
   Mike Timberlake (University of Utah, USA) and Ben Derudder
   (Ghent University, Belgium)

 ●    Gentryfication and new housing demand in Lisbon historical
     centre: analysis of urban restructuring in Bairro Alto
     Luís Filipe Gonçalves Mendes (University of Lisbon, Portugal)



34   Policy, Development and Diversity (Track 3)
     Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor 0 (Room 3)
     Moderator: Susanne Søholt (Norwegian Institute for Urban and
     Regional Research, Norway)


  The ‘Critical Urban Areas’ Programme in Portugal – a social and
   governance analysis
   Marit Ekne Ruud and Susanne Søholt (Norwegian Institute for Urban
   and Regional Research, Norway)

  Contingency, irony and solidarity for the city’s prestige
   Matías Nieto Tolosa (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  Transformation of Housing Patterns in the Urban-Rural Fringe of
   the Metropolitan Area of Warsaw
    Robert Kocewicz (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  Contextualizing Mixed Income Housing Development: The case of
   Amsterdam as an “Undivided City”.
   Margaret Wilder (University of Delaware, USA) and Jeroen van der
   Veer (Amsterdam Federation of Housing Association, The
   Netherlands)



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35     Development in Migrant Communities (Track 3)

       Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor 2 (Room 1)
       Moderator: Eugenia Tsagkaraki (National Technical University of
       Athens, Greece)

  Migration_ Creating a Cohesive Patchwork
   Eugenia Tsagkaraki (National Technical University of Athens,
   Greece)

  Tethering Up: Immigrant Community Regeneration and the Politics
   of Subsidiarity
   Janice Bockmeyer (City University of New York –John Jay College,
   USA)

  "Ilhas" of Porto: image, identity, development and integration in
   urban areas
    Jorge Ricardo (University of Porto, Portugal)




36     Participation and civic engagement (Track 4)

         Friday, 3:00AM – 4:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 4)
         Moderator: David Imbroscio (University of Louisville, USA)

      The Inclusion of Migrants in Multi-ethnic Cities: Exploring
       Governmental Responses to New Voices from Below?
       Jill Simone Gross (Hunter College, City University of New York
       (CUNY), USA) and Ron Hayduk (Borough of Manhattan Community
       College, City University of New York (CUNY), USA)


      Strategies for stimulating public participation in urban area-based
       regeneration. A critical study of Danish experiences




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       Jesper Jensen and Lars A. Engberg (Danish Building Research
       Institute, Denmark)

      Urban development, civil society and civic engagement: critical
       issues for innovation in urban policy and governance
       Enrico Gualini and Elke Becker (Berlin University of Technology,
       Germany)



37       Cross-national influences in planning (Track 4)
         Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 5)
         Moderator: Anne Querrien (PUCA – Plan,              Urbanisme,
         Construction, Architecture, France)

  Urban Governance in African Megacities in a Dilemma between
   Western and Eastern Models – A Case Study from Addis Ababa,
   Ethiopia
    Mrudula Kolhatkar(Ethiopian Civil Service College, Ethiopia) and
    Nikolaus Knebel (Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia)

     ● The appropriation of concepts and environmental legislation in Rio
       de Janeiro
       Marlice Soares de Azevedo (Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF),
       Brazil) and Fabiana Dias da Silva (Petrobas, Brazil)

  Urban governance and management in the European Union: case
   studies of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and Konstanz (Germany)
    Moneyba González Medina (Universidad de Santiago de
    Compostela, Spain)




38       Culture and Memory in Urban Planning and Development (Track
         4)
         Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor 2 (Room 2)
         Moderator: José Maria Ezquiaga (Universidad Politécnica de
         Madrid, Spain)



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  The Politics of Urban Meaning: The Place of Memory and Vision in
   Contested Regeneration Processes in Dublin City, Ireland
    Michael Punch & Declan Redmond (University College Dublin,
   Ireland)


  Urban Cultural Festivals: Community or Commercially Based?
   Simone Pekelsma (European Urban Knowledge Network/Nicis
   Institute, Netherlands)

  Integrating the city of Toledo and the river Tagus
    Darío Gazapo and Concha Lapayese (Universidad Politécnica de
    Madrid, Spain)


39   Landscape and Heritage (Track 4)
     Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor 2 (Room 3)
     Moderator: Concha Lapayese (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,
     Spain)

  Governing cultural issues and scenes: towards the emergence of a
   ‘local cultural policy domain’?
    Clemente Navarro (Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, Spain) and
    Terry Clark (The University of Chicago, USA)

  Landscape as a tool for spatial planning. The European Landscape
   Convention and the development of regional planning in Europe.
    Ahinoa Díez (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  Typological zoning of the central zone of Baku for preservation of
   historical heritage in modern conditions.
    Shahla Kahramanova (Azerbaijan Architecture & Construction
    University, Azerbaiyán)

  Guadalquivir River in Cordova and the Fluvial Metropolis
   Fernando Osuna (Universidad de Granada, Spain)




40   The design and ownership of residential communities (Track 5)
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     Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor 4 (Room 1)
     Moderador: Jens Dangschat (Vienna University of Technology,
     Section Sociology –ISRA-, Austria)

  The compact city: high density versus urban open space
   Tomasz Bradecki (Silesian University of Technology, Poland)

  New Residential Types and its Influence on Public Realm Issue. The
   Case of the “PAU de Carabanchel” in Madrid
   David López Santamaría (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  Residents' cooperatives as an option for a sustainable city
   Sylvette Denefle (François Rabelais University Tours, France)




41   Public space and citizen participation (Track 5)
     Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor 4 (Room 3)
     Moderator: Luis Moya (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  Public Space and Citizens Participation. The case of Isla Mayor,
   Spain
   Luis Moya & Graziella Trovato (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,
   Spain)

  Public space planning, designing, redesigning. Urban strategies and
   urban actions for improving public space quality in Torino, Italy
   Agata Spaziante (Politecnico di Torino, Itali)

  The Teaching Activities as Civic Practice and Right of Citizenship
   Ignazia Pinzello (Universitá deglil Studi de Palermo, Italy)



42   Art and the design of public spaces (Track 5)
     Friday, 8:00AM – 9:30 AM, Floor 3 (Room 2-3)
     Moderator: Polyxeni Mantzou (Democritus University of Thrace,
     Greece)
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  New Hybrid Urban Spatialities
   Polyxeni Mantzou (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece) and
   Xenofon Bitsikas (University of Ioannina, Greece)

  A multi-layered understanding of Singapore’s public space
   Heng Chye Kiang and Low Boon Liang (National University of
   Singapore)




9:30am - 10:00am       Coffee brake
10:00am – 11:30am Concurrent sessions (Municipal Training
Centre, calle Almagro 5, all floors)


43   Emergency and Hazard Management in Urban Areas (Track 1)
     Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 1)
     Moderator:     Marie-Christine    Therrien    ((École nationale
     d’administration publique, Québec, Canada)

     ● City Strength in Times of Turbulence: Strategic Resilience
     Indicators
     Marie-Christine Therrien (École nationale d’administration publique,
     Québec, Canada) and George A. Tanguay (Université de Québec à
     Montréal, Canada)

     ● Urban political approach of hazard planning
     Mathilde Gralepois (University Paris Est, France)

     ● Cities and garbage: an un-sustainable relationship
     Giulia Bonafede and Paola Marotto (University of Studies of
     Palermo, Italy)

     ● Erratical Landscape
     Rodrigo Saborío (Hipogeo, Mexico)



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44   Water Governance and Climate Change. Chair: Jan Erling Klausen
     (Track 1)
     Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor 0 (Room 1)
     Moderator: Jan Erling Klausen (Norwegian Institute for Urban and
     Regional Research, Norway)

     ● Water governance and climate change in Rio de Janeiro
     Metropolitan Area: discussing the reduction of urban water supply
     vulnerability
     Ana Lucia Brito (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) and Rosa
     Formiga-Johnsson (State University of Rio de Janeiro)

     ● Effects of urban growth on the water balance – a long-term
     trajectory
     Dagmar Haase (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research –
     UFZ-, Germany)

     ● Water Utilisation and Land Use in the Climate Change scenario.
     A special reference to the City of Madrid
     Ángel Menéndez-Rexach and Ana de Marcos Fernández
     (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)

     ● The Nexus of Climate Change & Urban Development: A
     Challenging Call for Regional Stormwater Management?
     Kris Wernstedt (Virginia Tech, USA)



45   Knowledge and Governance/Sustainable Networks (Track 2)
     Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Kris Wernstedt (USA)

     ● Ecological modernization and the implementation of
     Environmental Management Systems (EMS) in Greek cities:
     Knowledge and Innovation for improving quality of urban life
     Zefi Dimadama (Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences,
     Athens, Greece)

     ● Ecodistricts in Spain: from late-comer to fast-implementer
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     Jean-Baptiste Harguindéguy (Centro de Estudios Políticos y
     Constitucionales, Madrid, Spain) and Sergio Argul Arias (Universidad
     Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid, Spain)

     ● Controlling the sustainable development in the medium-sized
     cities through its Intellectual Capital
     Agustin Sánchez Medina (Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran
     Canaria, Spain) and Andrés Caballero Quintana (City hall of Las
     Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain)

     ● People and urban greening: "Pioneers", "Collaborators",
     "Onlookers" and "the Absent"
     Evandro Z. Monteiro and Doris C.C.K. Kowaltowski (State University
     of Campinas, Brazil)


46   Theoretical/Digital City and Industrial to Digital (Track 2)
     Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor 0 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Ana María Fernández-Maldonado (Delft University of
     Technology, The Netherlands)


     ● Hot Research Lines in Urban Studies
     Héctor Pose (Universidad de A Coruña, Spain) and Pablo Montero-
     Souto (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain)

     ● Come Inside Spectator
     Tiago Andrade Santos (38n9w-Architects, Portugal)

     ● Freedom, creativity and the future of cities
     Gonzalo Melián (IE University, Spain) and Gabriel Calzada
     (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain)



47   Adapting Local Communities to International Citizens (Track 3)
     Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 3)
     Moderator: Montserrat Pareja Eastaway (University of Barcelona,
     Spain)



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  Are urban dynamics in the context of international migration
   sustainable? A comparative analysis of Santiago de Chile and
   Barcelona
    Montserrat Pareja Eastaway (University of Barcelona, Spain) and
    Paulina Schiappacasse (University of Chile, Technische Universität
    Dresden, Germany)

  The paths and ways of gentrification in Latin America: the case of
   Medellin, Colombia
   John J. Betancur (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)

  International Migration - Highly Qualified Immigrants working and
   Living in Dresden (East Germany)
    Cindy Kunath (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)



48     Urban competitivity, marketing and branding (Track 4)
       Friday, 10:00AM –11:30 AM, Floor 0 (Room 3)
       Moderator: Mervi Ilmonen, Helsinki University of Technology,
       Finland)

      Urban governance and partnership with commercial brands: the
       brand - territory matrix
       Gildo Seisdedos (IE University Business School, Spain) and Cristina
       Mateo (Madrid City Hall, Spain)

      Cardiff: Towards an Internationally Competitive Capital City
       Ana Gonçalves (Estoril Higher Institute for Tourism and Hotel
       Studies, Portugal)

      Beijing in the era of city branding competition: from Olympic
       symbols to BOBO experience.
       Nicolas Douhay (French Centre for Research on Contemporary China
       (Hong Kong, China)



49     Examining and Counteracting Poverty in Urban Areas (Track 3)
       Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor 2 (Room 1)


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     Moderator: Winnie Frohn (Université du Québec á Montréal,
     Canadá)

  Urban vulnerability from three approaches: the social, the
   geographical and urban. The location of vulnerable areas in the
   interior of chilean cities.
    Paula Kapstein (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  The program Favela-Bairro. Aternative of housing for poorest
   population.
   Nuno Duarte Loureiro Flores (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,
   Spain)

  The Transformation from Shantytowns to Emerging Cities: the case
   of Lima.
   Darío Enríquez and Winnie Frohn (Université du Québec á Montréal,
   Canadá)



50   Land-use planning and management: cooperation and dispute
     (Track 4)
     Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 4)
     Moderator: Ramón López de Lucio (Universidad Politécnica de
     Madrid, Spain)


  Potential for the cooperation between Polish regional and city’s
   government in, para-diplomacy”.
    Katarzyna Szmigiel (University of Warsaw, Poland)

  Land management. Conflicts between large and small
   municipalities, concerning the administration of urban growth. The
   case of Arroyo de la Encomienda and Valladolid. Spain
    José Luis Sainz Guerra and Fernando Sáchez Mínguez (Universidad
    de Valladolid, Spain

 •   Choices for environment and education in urban planning in Lahti,
     Finland

     Eira Rosberg (Helsinki Institute of Technology, Finland)

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51    Neighborhood Policy and Governance (Track 4)
      Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor -1 (Room 5)
      Moderator: Jonathan Davies (University of Warwick, UK)

  Missing Biopolitics: Governance vs. Governmentality in the
   Management of the Neighborhood Movement in Madrid
   Álvaro Sevilla Buitrago (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  One Policy Fits All? Approaches to Spatially-Targeted Urban Policy
   in the Developed World
    Alasdair Rae (University of Sheffield, UK)

  Sites of Problems, Sites of Policy: A Cross-National Comparison of
   Urban Neighborhoods
   Vivien Lowndes (DeMontfort University, UK) and Mara Sydney
   (Rutgers University- Newark, USA)

  The Magic of Trilemma: urban governance and gated communities.
    Zoltán Cséfalvay (Cardiff University, Wales, UK)




52    Planning for social cohesion (Track 4)
      Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor 2 (Room 2)
      Moderator: Janice Bockmeyer (City University of New York, USA)

  Cities and territorial cohesion. Some reflections from the case
   study of Torino
    Cristiana Rossignolo and Marco Santangelo (Eu-polis, DITer,
    Politecnico e Università di Torino, Italy)

  The Juridical City: Evictions, Urban Citizenship and Public Interest in
   Millenial Delhi



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        Gautan Bhan (University of California, Berkeley, India)

  The Sidewalk of Sâo Luís: the right to go and to come of the
   citizen
    Marcia Tereza Campos Marques and Renata Trindade Correa
    (Universidade Estadual do Maranâo, Brazil)

  Social Densities in the Urban Centre of Madrid
   Miguel Martínez and Jesús Leal (Universidad Complutense de
   Madrid,Spain)


      Urban enters: dispositives for innovating public policies and urban
       governance

       Valeria Fedeli (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)




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 54       Urban transformation planning (Track 5)
          Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor 4 (Room 1)
          Moderator: Bill Rohe (University of North Caroline College of
          Arts and Sciences, Chapel Hill, NC, USA)

  A socialist growth machine? The evolution of urban revitalization
   planning in Barcelona
    Bill Rohe (University of North Caroline College of Arts and Sciences,
    Chapel Hill, NC, USA)

  Laboratories of Urban Reconstruction: Citizen Culture and Social
   Urbanism in Bogotá and Medellín (Colombia)
    Federico Pérez (Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA)


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  San Victorino, centro internacional de comercio popular:
   Renovación Urbana e inclusión social en Bogota?
   Patricia Renteria-Salazar (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de
   Bogotá, Colombia)



 55     New perspectives on urban design theory (Track 5)
         Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor 4 (Room 3)
       Moderator: Maciej Lasocki (University of Warsaw, Poland)

  Reformulating time and space urban relationship
   David Archilla (Universidad Camilo José Cela, Madrid, Spain)

  The landscape of a public realm in the future city
   Maciej Lasocki (University of Warsaw, Poland)

  Evaluating Quality of Life in Cities – Towards new tools for
   supporting urban planning
    Isabel Cristina Guimaraês Martins and Teresa Sá Marques
    (Facultade de Letras da Universidade do Porto, Portugal)

     • Madrid Cityscape: City Horizont – Horizont Housing. A Tour of No
       Monument of Madrid
       Concha Lapayese (Politechnic University of Madrid, Spain)



56       Governance, participation and cohesion (Track 4)
         Friday, 10:00AM – 11:30 AM, Floor 3 (Rooms 2-3)
         Moderator: Jill Simone Gross (Hunter College, City University of
         New York (CUNY), USA)

  Governance in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area: between the
   ambition of reinforcing the international rank and the will for
   deeper internal territorial cohesion.




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        Margarida Pereira (e-Geo-Centro de Estudios de Geografia e
        Planeamento Regional, Portugal)

   Citizen participation and policies for social and territorial balance in
    big cities.
    Manuel Arenilla y Ricardo Vegas (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos,
    Madrid, Spain)

      From strategic planning to participated processes of territorial
       governance
       Pedro Miguel Magallaês Nunes Chamusca (Universidade do Porto)

     ● The reinvention of politics in the city – New perspectives of
        interpretation and critical analysis to the governing structures of
        the city of Lisbon
        Joâo Seixas




11:30am - 12:00 pm        Coffee brake
12:00pm – 1:30pm       Concurrent sessions (Municipal Training
Centre, calle Almagro 5, all floors)


57      Urban Green and Quality of Life (Track 1)
        Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 1)
        Moderator: Anna Pawlikowska-Piechotka             (AWF    University,
        Warsaw, Poland)


        ● The contribution of urban green areas to the quality of life
        Andreia Quintas and Maria Jose Curado (University of Porto,
        Portugal)

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     ● Allotments as 'Family Gardens' in Contemporary Urban Space
     Anna Pawlikowska-Piechotka (AWF University, Warsaw, Poland)




58   Urban Climate Adaptation (I) (Track 1)
     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 1)
     Moderator: Ivan Tosics (Metropolitan          Research   Institute,
     Budapest, Hungary)

     ● Urban Climate Mapping in the City of Bragança (Portugal)
     António Castro-Rivero and Artur Gonçalves (University of Applied
     Sciences of Bragança, Portugal)

     ● Urban Capabilty for Climate Change Adaptation
     Ove Langeland and Jan Erling Klausen (Norwegian Institute for
     Urban and Regional Research, Norway)

     ● Climate change and the city-region: Developing adaptation
     strategies as a new challenge for spatial planning and regional
     governance - Contributions from Germany –
     Bernhard Müller (Leibniz Institute of Ecological and Regional
     Development (IOER), Germany)

     ● Planning for Climate Change in resource-constrained economies:
     the case study of Singapore
     Lai Cho Lee-Malone (National University of Singapore)



59   Regional Growth Management Policy (Track 1)
     Friday, 12:00 PM -1:30 PM, Floor -1 ( Room 2)
     Moderator: Efraim Ben-Zadok (Florida Atlantic University, USA)

     ● Some considerations about the urban sprawl process in Spain
     and Mexico


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     Josep Roca (Universitat Politénica de Barcelona, Spain) and Blanca
     Arellano (SIDUE. Gobierno de Baja California (México)
     ● Regional planning as an instrument for sustainable urban
     growth: a practical example from Catalonia
     Jordi Viguer Pont (Uría-Menéndez Abogados, Spain)

     ● The Record of Florida Growth Management and Smart Growth
     Policies, 1971-2008
     Efraim Ben-Zadok (Florida Atlantic University)




60   Governance and Public Policy for the Innovative City (Track 2)
     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Andrés Fernández-Ges (Zaragoza Alta Velocidad 2002,
     Spain)

     ● Twenty-First Century "Orbanism": The City is Me
     Rosane Araujo (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro ,Brazil)

     ●      The     pros       and      cons     of       Amsterdam:
     The attractiveness of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area for
     workers, migrants and companies in the creative knowledge
     economy
     Marco Bontje and Heike Pethe (Amsterdam Institute for
     Metropolitan and International Development Studies (AMIDSt), The
     Netherlands)

     ● Representation as communication: population, information and
     communication technology, and representation in local
     government
     Michael Jensen( Center for Research on Information Technology
     and Organizations UC Irvine, USA)




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61   Transforming Local Identities Through Migration and Integration
     (Track 3)
     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room3)
     Moderator: Gordana Rabrenovic (Northeastern University, USA)


  People’s Propensities on the Internal Migration: The Case of Turkey
   Ayse Nilay Evcil (Beykent University, Turkey)

  Identitas The growth in Puebla: the problem to stop being
   inhabitants of a municipality to be inhabitants of the periphery
    Alejandra Rubio & Benjamín Mijail (RC Arquitectura, Mexico)

  A live style under the transformation: Upper Silesia region, Poland
   Barbara Stankiewicz (The Silesian University of Technology, Poland)



62   Urban Areas and Socio-Economic Change (Track 3)

     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room3)
     Moderator: William Finley (Partnership for Community Building ,
     USA)



  A Turning Point for American Metropolitan Cities
   William Finley (Partnership for Community Building , USA)

  Re-locating Lisbon: How does the (imperial) past challenge the
   (post-imperial) future of the city?
    Carlos Fortuna (University of Coimbra, Portugal)

  Spinning the Web: Strong and Weak Social Ties of Prague’s
   Suburbanites
   Petra Puldova & Martin Ourednicek (Charles University in Prague,
   Czech Republic)



63   Mobility, Migration and Transport (Track 3)
     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 1)

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     Moderator: Angela de Meer (Universidad de Cantabria, Spain)


  High Speed Railway and New Territorial Configurations in the
   Regional Scale
   Ángela de Meer and Cecilia Ribalaygua (Universidad de Cantabria,
   Spain)

  The integration of peripheral historic cities in the Madrid
   Metropolitan Region. The role of transport infrastructures
   Vicente Romero de Ávila Serrano and Maddi Garmendia Antín
   (Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha, Spain)

  Student Mobility and it’s effect on the Development of a
   Sustainable Urban Environment in Metropolitan Valparaíso, Chile
   Marcela Soto Caro and Lisandro Silva (Federico Santa María
   University of Technology, Chili)




64   Immigration and Identity in a Local Sphere (Track 3)
     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Douglas Perkins (Vanderbilt University, USA)

  Community Participation by Migrants and Long-time Residents in
   the U.S. and China
    Douglas Perkins and Neal Palmer (Vanderbilt University, USA) and
    Qingwen Xu (Boston College, USA)

  Crossing the river : native space / stranger space / urban space
   José Vela Castillo and María de la O Del Santo Mora (IE University
   Segovia, Spain)

 ●   Residential characteristics of the immigrant population in Madrid
     and Barcelona
     Pilar Garcia Almirall and Blanca Gutiérrez Valdivia (Centro de Política
     de Suelo y Valoraciones, Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya)



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65     Urban policy actors (Track 4)
     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 4)
     Moderator: Helmut Wollmann (Humboldt University, Berlin,
     Germany)

  Policy Tools and Informal Actors: Informing              Community
   Reinvestment Responses
    Colleen Casey (University of Texas at Arlington, USA)


  Crossing borders with planners and developers on area developers:
   a useful experience?
   Marjolein Spaans and Eric Louw (Delft University of Technology, The
   Netherlands)

  Managing Workforce Diversity in Big Cities: A European Perspective
   on Representative Bureaucracies in Local Government
   Eckardt Schroeter (Zeppelin University, Germany)


66    Housing Policy and Housing Planning (Track 4)
      Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 5)
      Moderator: Edward Goetz (University of Minnesota, USA)

  Urban Planning and Housing Projects: The need for an integrated
   response to social issues: The case of the American gentrification
   process in the Spanish scenario
    Maria Luisa Gómez Jiménez (Universidad de Málaga, Spain.)


  The Governance of Housing Land Provision in Spain and Germany
   Volker Kreibich & Thorsten Heitkamp (European Centre of Housing
   Research, Dortmund, Germany)



67    Gender, diversity and equity in planning (Track 4)
      Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 3)


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     Moderator: Zaida Muxí (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya,
     Spain)



  Gender as urban parameter.
   Zaida Muxí and Adriana Ciocoletto (Universitat Politècnica de
   Catalunya, Spain)

  Beyond the Steering, Not Rowing Paradigm: How Public Actors Are
   Playing Local and Gender Policies.
   Elena Donaggio and Erica Melloni (Istituto per la Ricerca Sociale -
   Milano, Italy)

  Community Cohesion As Managerial Technology: Designing Public
   Space For Inter-Cultural Dialogue.
   Ronan Paddison and Sophie Bond (University of Glasgow, Scotland,
   UK)

  Gender and governance: Women's experiences in regeneration
   organisations.
    Lucy Grimshaw (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK)




68   Preserving historical heritage (Track 5)
     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor 4 (Room 1)
     Moderator: Luis Loures (IPP – ESAE, Portugal)

  Post-Industrial Landscapes as places for (re)-development
   Luis Loures (IPP – ESAE, Portugal)

  Aranjuez. A strategy of revitalisation of a historic site
   Miguel Ángel Aníbarro (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  Typological zoning of the central zone of Baku for preservation of
   historical heritage in modern conditions
   Shahla Kahramanova (Azerbaijan Architecture & Construction
   University, Azerbaijan)


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69   New Visions for older cities (Track 5)
     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor 3 (Rooms 2-3)
     Moderator: Patricia Renteria-Salazar (Pontificia Universidad
     Javeriana de Bogotá, Colombia)

  Landmarks and Urban Change
    Izabela Mironowicz (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland)
    and Anthon Clerici (Architectural and Design Studio, Poland)

  Restructuring and Regenerating Infrastructure Urbanism—A
   Transformation of Municipal Freeway Corridor in the Inner City of
   Taipei
   Shih-Ya Tseng (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

  1960-2000: Peak and Expansion. From Modern Movement and its
   double irruption, to todays Bilbao
   Javier Martínez Callejo (Universidad de Navarra, Spain)

  San Victorino, international centre of popular trade: urban
   renovation and social inclusion in Bogota?

     Patricia Rentería-Salazar (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá,
     Colombia)



70   Scaling up: Supranational urban policy (Track 4)
     Friday, 12:00PM – 1:30 PM, Floor 4 (Room 3)
     Moderator: Pawel Swianiewicz (University of Warsaw, Poland)


  The Contribution of the URBAN Community Initiative to the Urban
   Regeneration in Spain
   Sonia de Gregorio Hurtado (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,
   Spain)

  An “explicit” EU urban policy after a “learning” phase?
    Rob Atkinson (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK) &
   Cristiana Rossignolo (Politecnico di Torino, Italy)
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   Polish cities in international co-operation networks – expectations,
    performance and results
    Magdalena Belof (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland)




Friday, June 5, Afternoon



1:30pm - 3:00 pm          Lunch (at your own). A buffet will be
served at the Patio of the Municipal Training Centre (calle
Almagro, 5)
3:00pm – 4:30pm        Concurrent sessions (Municipal Training
Centre, calle Almagro 5, all floors)


71   World Tourism Cities: developing tourism off the beaten (I) (Track
     3)
     Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 1)
     Moderator: Robert Maitland (University of Westminster, UK)

     ● Tourism in World Tourism Cities
     Robert Maitland & Peter Newman (University of Westminster, UK)

     ● Sydney: Beyond iconicity

     Bruce Hayllar (University of Technology, Sidney, Australia)

     ● New York Tourism: dual markets, dual agendas
     Jill Gross (Hunter College of the University of New York, USA)




72   Urban Climate Adaptation (II) (Track 1)
     Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 1)


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     Moderator: Kristine      Kern     (Wageningen    University,   The
     Netherlands)

     ● A multiFloor governance analysis of the role of the C40 Climate
     Leadership Group in managing climate change adaptation
     measures (joint action 6 and 8) of two delta cities Hong Kong and
     Rotterdam compared
     Maria Francesch Huidrobo (The City University of Hong Kong, China)

     ● Evaluation on the Effects of Climate Changes and Implemented
     Policies on Modern Muscat City-Oman
     Cemal Inceruh (Sultan Qaboos University, Oman)




73   Location and Innovation (Track 2)
     Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Debra Friedman (Arizona State University, USA)

     ● The Urban Development or the New City in a extra Peripheral
     area. The special case of Madrid
     Luis de Castro ("Escuela de Jardinería y Paisajismo Castillo de
     Batres", Spain) Director, Urban Studies Centre for the Developing
     Countries (Centro PVS), Sapienza Università di Roma.

     ● Tourism and Innovations. New technologies and sustainable
     development in tourist resorts
     Katia Iankova (Memorial University, Newfoundland , Canada)

     ● A framework to assess the innovation originated by the light rail
     in the Andalusian metropolitan areas
     Luis Miguel Valenzuela Montes, Rubén Talavera García and Julio
     Alberto Soria Lara (University of Granada, Spain)

     ● Technological maze deployment for a better city living
     Elena Elisabetta Minghini (Università di Bologna, Italy)




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74   Gendered cities. Gender mainstraming in urban and regional
     planning (I) (Track 3)
     Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Inés Sánchez de Madariaga (Universidad Politécnica de
     Madrid, Spain)

     ● Barbara Zibell (University of Hannover, Germany)

     ● Doris Damyanovic (University of Natural Resources and Applied
     Life Sciences –BOKU-, Vienna, Austria)

     ● Heidrum Wankiewicz (Planwind Consulting Engineers, Salzburg,
     Austria)

     ● Marion Roberts (University of Westminster, UK)




75   Perspectives on the Revitalization of Urban Neighborhoods (Track
     3)
     Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 3)
     Moderator: Nuno Duarte Loureiro Flores (Universidad Politécnica
     de Madrid, Spain)

  The participatory urban planning and diversity as a strategy for
   enabling a city
   Nuno Duarte Loureiro Flores (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,
   Spain)

  Evolving reurbanisation? Spatio-temporal dynamics of urban
   resurgence using socio-demographic indicators
    Dagmar Haase and Nadja Kabish and Annegret Haase (Helmholtz-
    Centre for Environment al Research –UFZ, Germany)

  Neighbourhood perceptions and residential behaviour: findings
   from Famagusta quality of urban life survey




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     Derya Oktay and Ahmet Rüstemli (Eastern Mediterranean
     University, Turkey) and Robert W. Marans (University of Michigan,
     USA)

  Informal Settlements in Turkey- Gecekondu in Istanbul and
   Alternative Solutions to Redevelopment
    Aylin Brigitte Yildirim (Harvard University, USA)



76   City Planning and Implementation (Track 3)
     Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 3)
     Moderator: Alvaro Ardura Urquiaga (Architect, Spain)

  Recent integral rehabilitation processes in open block districts in
   Madrid and Barcelona as an eco-system of urban regeneration
   Álvaro Ardura Urquiaga ad Alicia Gómez Nieto (Architects, Spain)

  Housing policy in Constantine: Which impact on the old city? Which
   future for the new town?
    Lilia Makhloufi (University of Jijel, Algeria)

  City Planning and Housing Policies in the Metropolitan Area of
   Madrid During the Democratic Period (1975-2007)
   Sagrario Ortíz Núñez (Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Medellín,
   Colombia)

  URBA Project: Developing New Urban Housing Concepts in the
   Helsinki Metropolitan Area
   Sari Puustinen and Jonna Kargasoja (The Centre for Urban and
   Regional Studies, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland)



77    Local Policy (Track 4)
      Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 1)
      Moderator: Beatriz Fernández de Águeda (Polytechnic University
      of Madrid, Spain)


  Strategic planning: an instrument for local governance as a
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     response to the complexity of the new socio-economic
     environment
     Rafael Merinero and María García (Universidad Pablo de Olavide de
     Sevilla, Spain)

  Partnership working in area-based initiatives: cross-national
   research on the New Localism in England and Germany
    Rene Peter Hohmann (King’s College London, UK)




78   Diversity, Migration and Public Policy (Track 3)
     Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Lucy Grimshaw (University of the West of England, UK)

     Integration, monitoring and diversity management in Vienna
     Jens Dangschat (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)

  The Migration Policy of the Municipality of Madrid
   José Manuel Rodríguez Álvarez (Universidad Complutense de
   Madrid, Spain)

  Coexistence and Interculturalism in the City of Malaga
    Julio Andrade (Local Government of the City of Malaga, Spain)




79     National Urban Policy (Track 4)
     Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor -01 (Room 4)
     Moderator: Rob Atkinson (University of the West of England, UK)

  Managing the Federal-Municipal Interface: The Case of Nova

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         Scotia, Canada
         Ian Stewart (Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada)

  50 years of Territorial Planning: the case of SEPES in Spain
   Javier Ruiz (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  Urban policies in nation-states agendas. A comparison in Western
   Europe
   Ernesto d’Albergo (University of Rome «Sapienza”, Italy)


     ●   Shaping Northern Ireland’s Future: a multiplex response to making
         good a legacy of institutional deficits
         Deborah Peel and Greg Lloyd (University of Ulster)



80       Public open space planning: Process and impacts (Track 5)
         Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 5)
         Moderator: Sofia Morgado (TU of Lisbon, Portugal)


  Public space in transforming inner city of Prague: socio-spatial
   patterns and temporal rhythms
   Jana Temelovà and Jakub Novák (Charles University in Prague, Czech
   Republic)

  City-Puzzle: joining splinters, infrastructures and other urban
   pieces
   Sofia Morgado (TU of Lisbon, Portugal)

  Creation is Politics - The role of Art in today's Cityscape.
    Eugenia Tsangaraki (National Technical University of Athens,
    Greece)




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81     Reconsiderations of architectural theory (Track 5)
       Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor 4 (Room 3)
       Moderator: Carlos L. Marcos (Universidad de Alicante, Spain)

  Rethinking Bigness. Scale, impact, context, form
   Carlos L. Marcos (Universidad de Alicante, Spain)

     ● Seeds and Vectors: Interventions in the Santa Engracia quarter in
       Badajoz,Spain. (EUROPAN 9, first prize)
       Enrique Arenas Laorga and Luis Basabe Montalvo (Universidad
       Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

  The quality of urban space achieved by the buildings
   Juliane Haider (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)




82     Incorporated to session 83


83     Urban public and green space (Track 5)
       Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor 4 (Room 2)
       Moderator: Artur Gonçalves (University of Applied Sciences of
       Bragança, Portugal)



      The knowledge generator from the sustainable urban design
       Carlos Alberto Regolini and Rosa Junyent i Comas (Universitat
       Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain)

  Park System. A useful tool for designing and planning the future
   free public space? Qualities about its continuity in time and space
    Marina Jiménez (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain)



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   Bragança (Portugal) Green Plan – An integrating approach to urban
    greening
    Artur Gonçalves & Manuel Feliciano (University of Applied Sciences
    of Bragança, Portugal)

   Integrating place-identity, 9-urban sustainability and globalization:
    a great challenge for the city of the future
     Marichela Sepe (National Researcher Council, Italy)




84   Transformative architectural projects (Track 5)
     Friday, 3:00PM – 4:30 PM, Floor 3 (Rooms 2-3)
     Moderator: Lucila Urda (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)


   The Comercial Megastructures - are they a menace?
    Vasco Pinheiro (ULHT-School of Architecture, Portugal)

   The Collective Artefacts. Constructors of a total new urbanity?
    Pedro José Dos Santos Ferreira da Fonseca Bento & Miquel Martí
    Casanovas (Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Spain)

   Public space as place for artistic expression
    Lucila Urda (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

   Beyond the Landmark: the effective contribution of museum
    architecture to urban renovation.
    Helena Barranha (Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal)




4:30am - 5:00 am       Coffee brake
5:00am – 6:30pm        Concurrent sessions (Municipal Training
Centre, calle Almagro 5, all floors)


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85   World Tourism Cities: developing tourism off the beaten (II) (Track
     3)
     Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 1)
     Moderator: Robert Maitland (University of Westminster, UK)

     ● New Tourism Areas in the “New Berlin”
     Johanne Novy (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany) and Sandra
     Huning (Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanity,
     Germany)

     ● Tourists, urban projects and spaces of consumption in Paris
     Patrizia Ingallina (Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille,
     France)

     ● London: Tourism moving East?
     Robert Maitland (University of Westminster, UK)



86   Renewing and Managing Energy in Cities (Track 1)
     Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Alicia Arriaga (Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, Spain)

     ● Improving efficiency of energy use in cities – towards
     sustainability through managing energy and changing behavior
     Goran Cacic and Zoran Morvaj (UNDP Croatia, Energy Efficiency
     Project, Croatia)

     ● Spatial conditions of using renewable energy sources in
     metropolitan areas of Poland. Silesia - special example of the
     industrial region
     Katarzyna Mazur-Belzyt and Szymon Opania (Silesian University of
     Technology in Gliwice, Poland)

     ● Alternatives of energy saving in city centres declared World
     Heritage

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     Margarita Arroba Fernández, Raul Segovia, Paula Alonso, Joaquín
     Grau, Miguel Martín and Ana Escobar (IE Universidad, Spain)


87   Discourse on Migrant Children in Urban Settings: New
     Generations, New Neighborhoods, New Cities (Track 3)
     Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 3)

     Moderator: Raquel Reynolds (Drexel University, USA)

     ● Raquel Reynolds

     ● Maren Borkert (International Centre for Migration Policy
     Development, Germany)

     ● Mand Kawal (University of Sussex, USA)




88   Immigrants and the use of the urban space (Track 3)
     Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 1)
     Moderator: Cecilia Giusti (Texas A&M University, USA)

     ● Immigrants in the public space: understanding urban cultural
     landscapes
     Lia Vasconcelos (New University of Lisbon, Portugal), Marluci
     Menezes (National Laboratory of Civil Engineering, Portugal) and
     Allen, Judith (University of Westminster)

     ● Later immigration trends in Spain: diversification and gender
     Carmen García (Universidad de Castilla –La Mancha, Spain)

     ● Latino immigrants in Texas – Colonias along the Border Region
     Cecilia Giusti (Texas A&M University, USA)



89   Development and Shifting Identities (Track 3)

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     Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 2)
     Moderator: Milika Kostres (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

  Socio-Demographic Change and Urban Development – a Case Study
   of Novi Sad in Serbia
   Milika Kostres and Jelena Atanackovic-Jelicic (University of Novi Sad,
   Serbia)

  The Post-Soviet City: Identity and Community Development
   Jill Robinson (Vanderbilt University, USA)

  International Retirement Migration in the Alicante region, Spain -
   Social process, landscape change and planning implications
    Ingo Zasada (Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research –
    ZALF-) & Susana Alves (Edinburgh College of Art, OPENspace
    Research Centre)



90   Gendered cities. Gender mainstraming in urban and regional
     planning (II) (Track 3)
     Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor 0 (Room 3)
     Moderator: Inés Sánchez de Madariaga (Universidad Politécnica de
     Madrid)

     ● Outsiders in power: women in planning decision making
     Inés Sánchez de Madariaga (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
     ● Liisa Horelli (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland)

     ● Lidewij Tummers (Delft University of Technology, The
     Netherlands)




91   Intrusion, Integration and Imagination, Cities and Migration in the
     Twentieth First Century (Track 3)
     Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 1)



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       Moderator: Maria Victoria Wittingham (Fundación CIREM –Centre
       for European Investigation and Research in the Meditterranean
       Region-, Spain)


       ● Andrés Walliser (Fundación CIREM –Centre for European
       Investigation and Research in the Meditterranean Region-, Spain)

       ● Diego Barajas Castillo (European Design Institute, Husos, Spain)

       ● Juan Antonio Robles (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)




92     Civic leadership and community empowerment (1) (Track 4)
       Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 2)
       Moderator: Jacob Norvig Larsen (Danish Building Research
       Institute, Aalborg University, Denmark)

      Place, leadership and community empowerment in a globalising
       world
       Robin Hambleton (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK)

      Putting people first. An experimental approach to urban
       neighbourhood revitalization in Enschede, The Netherlands
       Bas Denters and Pieter-Jan Klok (University of Twente, The
       Netherlands)

      New ways to involve the public in decision making processes at
       the local Floor in Mexico: A comparison between governmental
       and non-governmental initiatives
       Arturo Flores (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico)




93       Globalization/Glocalization (Track 4)
       Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor -1 (Room 4)


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       Moderator: Christiana Rossignolo (Eu-polis, DITer, Politecnico e
       Università di Torino, Italy)



     The global city: social polarization and urban metastasis. The case
      of Madrid
       Eva García and Patricia Molina (Laboratorio Urbano, Spain)

     The radical change - German cities in the wake of globalization
      Werner Heinz (German Institute of Urban Affairs, Germany)

     Urbanism as geopolitics: Azca, Madrid, Europe
      María Prieto (Universidad Camilo José Cela, Madrid, Spain)




94       Participation (Track 4)
         Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor -01 (Room 5)
         Moderator: Paula Russell (University College Dublin, Ireland)

●      The Participation Condition
       Ingrid Campo-Ruiz (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

●      The development of urban planning from public sector/local
       government-centred to "participatory" and "negotiated" planning
       - from local government to local governance? An internationally
       comparative analysis
       Hellmut Wollmann (Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin, Germany)

●      Citizen participation and social re-equilibrium in the City of Madrid
       Carlos González Esteban (City Hall of Madrid, Spain.)

●      Criteria for the elderly people city? Simplify the complexity to act
       in concrete terms
       Marcello Martinoni (Università della Svizzera Italiana, USI,
       Switzerland) and Alma Sartoris (University of Applied Sciences
       Rapperswil, Switzerland)




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      Do technicians, politicians and citizens have the same model of
       city? Towards a representative participation in the future of our
       cities

       Cecilia Delgado (Technical University of Lisbon (F.A.U.T.L), Portugal)




95       Environmental Sustainability in Cities (Track 4)
         Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor 2 (Room 3)
        Moderator: Richard Hula (Michigan State University, USA)


     The challenge of urban sustainable development in a globalized
      economy: Malmö City as a case for an integrated sustainability
      policy?
       Sabina Andrén (Lund University, Sweden.)

     Strategic Environmental Assessment for Urban Planning.
      Autonomous Community of Valencia Case Study: The Problem of
      Management
       José Luis Miralles (UDR F. Eiximenis, Spain)

     Climate Change and Concepts of City Development - the Cultural
      Restrictions to Climate Protection and Adaptation
      Katrin Grossman (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research –
      UF, Germany)



96     Cooperation of Localities in Metropolitan Areas in Europe. Special
       study of Portugal and Spain (Track 4)
       Friday, 5:00PM – 6:30 PM, Floor 3 (Rooms 2 & 3)
       Moderator: Manuel Arenilla Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid,
       Spain)

     Hispano-Portuguese Integrated Action Research.
      Manuel Arenilla Sáez (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain)

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 The dynamics of the inter-municipal cooperation in Europe.
  José Manuel Ruano de la Fuente (Universidad Complutense de
  Madrid, Spain)

 Institutional mechanisms of cooperation in European metropolitan
  areas.
   José Manuel Rodríguez Álvarez (Universidad Complutense de
   Madrid, Spain)

 “The evolution and regulation of the metropolitan areas in
  Portugal”.
   Fernanda Paula Oliveira (Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal)




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