On October 10, 5 – 6.30 PM CET/ 6 – 7.30 EEST Prof. Dr. Piotr Lorens will speak about reconstruction and transformation strategies for the City of Gdańsk and outline transfer points for Ukraine. Join here: https://b-tu.webex.com/b-tu-en/j.php?MTID=mc3924fb419e1fe4de2cdcbafbb618d7e About the lecture:The lecture will include an insight into the history of the

The first session of the new ANCB programme BROKEN HOME_Post-Disaster City and Injured Territories will focus on challenges and opportunities for the city of Sarajevo. After the Wall had fallen in Berlin, the collapse of Yugoslavia and the Balkan wars in the 1990s led to a fractured territory of Sarajevo.

Join the first lecture of our new lecture series “Global Insights and Local Realities -Lessons from International Perspectives on Integrated Urban Development of Ukraine.” On September 26, 5 – 6.30 PM CET/ 6 – 7.30 EEST Prof. Dr. Fabian Thiel will speak about instruments of a socially just land policy.

The project marks its start day with a public conference “UREHERIT: architects for heritage in Ukraine” dedicated especially to the project will happen on 13th of October 2023, in Lviv, Ukraine (Bank Hotel, Ukraine, 79000 Lviv, Lystopadovoho Chynu St., 8).During the conference, all the activities will be presented by Consortium

This event will explore how displaced Ukrainian researchers across Europe can contribute to the strengthening of the Ukrainian higher education and research sector. It will share concrete cases of how MSCA4Ukraine fellows continue their academic work between their host and home institutions. The event takes place 19 September 2023 from

Strengthening Resilience and Capacity to Rebuild Cities and Critical Municipal Infrastructure in Times of War Connective Cities would like to invite you to our upcoming workshop on “Empowering Ukrainian Municipalities for Economic Resilience”, an online event designed for colleagues who are building economic resilience and driving local and regional economic

During the summer semester of 2023, students from Kaiserslautern University of Technology, Lviv National Polytechnic University, and Kyiv National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture collaborated on a project “Drohobych Common Spaces”. After conducting an extensive contextual analysis and involving the local population in the process, they designed street furniture

Join the lecture next Tuesday evening on strategies for resilient cities in Ukraine by Prof. Dr. Philipp Meuser. Since the full-scale war of aggression against Ukraine, the lessons learned from the terrorist attacks of the past 20 years, which were for a long time considered the greatest threat to public

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