The 11th Edition of the International Conference on “Innovation in Urban and Regional Planning” will focus on how to integrate Nature-Based Solutions in urban and regional planning. INPUT2020 will gather international scholars in the field of planning, civil engineering and architecture, ecology and social science, to build and consolidate knowledge and evidence on NBS and to help an efficient implementation of solutions. INPUT 2020 will present the state of art of modelling approaches and technological innovations employed in urban and environmental planning, with a trans-disciplinary character to follow a practice-oriented approach aimed to problem solving.
Call for Papers
Abstract Submission (before 29th February, 2020). Submit your abstract (max 300 words) by using the abstract section and specifying the session to which you want to contribute (please indicate two preferences)
Sessions included:SessionChairs Strenghtening the use of Nature based solutions in Urban PlanningCorrado Zoppi (University of Cagliari) Modelling to innovate planning solutions for socio-ecological systemsAntonio Leone (University of Salento), Angioletta Voghera (Polytecnic of Turin) Input Visions: new technologies, data and hybrid models for spatial planningRomano Fistola (University of Sannio) Urban metabolism and simulation for decision making in spatial planningFrancesco Nocera, Riccardo Privitera, Vincenzo Costanzo, Gianpiero Evola (University of Catania) Perfomance-based planningRaffaele Pelorosso (Tuscia University), Bao-Jie He (University of South Wales) Computational planningBernardino Romano, Alessandro Marucci, Francesco Zullo, Lorena Fiorini (University of L'Aquila), Beniamino Murgante (University of Basilicata) Geodesign for informed collaborative spatial decision-makingMichele Campagna (University of Cagliari), Francesco Scorza (University of Cagliari) Planning and Design of Ecosystem ServicesDavide Geneletti (University of Trento) The mitigation of peripheralization risk in urban and regional planningRoberto Gerundo, Alessandra Marra (University of Salerno) Strategies and Actions for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in mediterranean regionsFrancesco Martinico (University of Catania) Analysis and planning of Rural LandscapesAndrea de Montis (University of Sassari) Maintenance, upgrading and innovation in Cultural Chiara GArau (Univerisity of Cagliari)
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