50 years of planning theory in Aachen - Pt.Seminar on May 20th, 2021Copyright: © Pt
Planning theory – what for? 50 years of Pt in Aachen
Planungstheorie: what, why, and how? With inputs from Harald Bodenschatz, Tilman Harlander, Uwe Altrock, Klaus Selle, Meike Levin-Keitel, Agnes Förster, Gisela Schmitt, Marion Klemme, Arne Lorz, Iris Reuther.
Digital discussion as part of Pt.Seminar
Thursday May 20th, 2021 4:30 - 7:30pm
Lehrstuhl für Planungstheorie und Stadtentwicklung an der Fakultät für Architektur;
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Agnes Förster
Agnes Förster und Gisela Schmitt
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Pt.Seminar is a dialogue format on current planning methods run by the Chair of Planning Theory & Urban Development at RWTH Aachen University, addressing contemporary and pressing planning issues on multiple scales. The seminar encourages the exchange of knowledge between academia and practice. Practitioners from public planning authorities as well as private planning offices are currently looking for new ways to handle the ever growing complexity in their everyday work. Reflection on current challenges on planning methods within a transdisciplinary crowd allows for the emergence of expertise and new knowledge. Students gain valuable insights into the breadth of the profession, and opportunities for networking present themselves.
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