On October 24, 5 – 6.30 PM CET/ 6 – 7.30 EEST Dr. Anton Kolomieitsev will speak about his experience of integrated urban development planning in Lviv and the current challenges the city has to face.
About the lecture:
Since more than a decade the city of Lviv is intensively changing its urban approaches in accordance with best European practices. Preservation of important heritage and natural landscapes, rethinking of the brownfields, development of sustainable urban mobility are only few of the topics that now define the local urban policies in the city. Since February of 2022 Lviv faces new challenges as a humanitarian hub for hundreds of thousands of internally displaced people.
About the lecturer:
Anton Kolomieitsev studied architecture and urban planning, PhD in 2013. Since 2008 he teached at Lvivska Polytechnika National University, Kharkiv School of Architecture and guided many research and cooperation projects with Universities and institutions inside and outside of Ukraine. Since 2010 he had active practice in architecture and urban planning, working on integrated concepts of development, participating in architectural competitions and redefining the public spaces in Lviv. Since 2019 he is working as chief architect of Lviv.
The lecture will be recorded and subsequently provided on the panforukraine learning platform: https://futurelearnlab.de/hub/enrol/index.php?id=317 (registration needed).
If you wish to receive a certificate for taking part in the lecture series, please register here: https://us14.list-manage.com/survey?u=ac8532548893996a80a729e2b&id=7c086544d7&attribution=false&e=5cc57f56c5. Please note that to receive the certificate you need to attend at least six of the seven sessions and complete a simple assignment at the end of the course, which will be explained to you by email. Also, please make sure that the name that appears on the screen during the online sessions is your full name so that we have your correct name in the registration and can track your attendance.
The lecture series is part of 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 email@example.com. We are looking forward to seeing you!