Join our lecture series “Challenges and perspective for resilient post-war cities in Ukraine” in the context of integrated urban development and the New Leipzig Charter: Next Tuesday, 27 June Prof. Dr. Alirza Mamedov will discuss the importance of geospatial analysis in post-war urban planning.
Alirza Mamedov is an Urban Planner and has been teaching Urban Planning and Urban Modeling since 1995 at Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture. Currently he is Dean of the Urban and Spatial Planning Faculty of the same university. He is also one of the founders of the „School of Urban Studies“ project, which has been held since 2017 with the participation of Ukrainian and foreign students, teachers, and specialists.
The scope of his lecture is to provide the definition, scope, and importance of geospatial analysis in post-war contexts and outline the significance of geospatial data and technologies. Students will discover different sources of geospatial data and learn how to acquire, process, visualize and interpret them. In particular, Alirza Mamedov will show how to map post-war damage, identify key infrastructure, and analyze spatial patterns as well as discuss its overall contribution to assess urban damage and plan for reconstruction.
The lecture will be moderated by Dr. Sepideh Zarrin Ghalam.
Join here: https://uni-kl-de.zoom.us/j/62898817970?pwd=RTgrT0tTcWcrbUp1bjVzYTQ3QlNiQT09
The lecture will be recorded and subsequently provided on the panforukraine platform: https://futurelearnlab.de/hub/enrol/index.php?id=317 (registration needed).
The lecture is part of the follow-up lecture series “Challenges and Perspectives for resilient post-war cities in Ukraine” in the context of integrated urban development and the New Leipzig Charter. Experts from academia and practice will contribute with their expertise from international projects as well as from the Ukrainian and German context. Hence, we like to go on with the dialogue about the major challenges and open up future perspectives for resilient Ukrainian cities.
The lecture series is organized within the project „Reconstruction Modules Ukraine“ and funded by the DAAD program „Ukraine Digital“. It is organized and conducted by Prof. Dr. Detlef Kurth, Anna Kuzyshyn [RPTU Kaiserslautern], Prof. Christoph Wessling, Prof. Dr. Silke Weidner, Dr. Sepideh Zarrin Ghalam [BTU Cottbus], Prof. Frank Schwartze and Vivienne Mayer [TH Lübeck]. For any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking forward to seeing you!