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21 SEPTEMBER: PREFACE

The EUSS will open with a welcome from David Dernie (Dean, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, University of Westminster), Tim Edmundson (Head of Department of Planning and Transport, University of Westminster), Jeremy Till (Central St Martins/SCIBE) and Deljana Iossifova (University of Westminster/SCIBE).

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22 SEPTEMBER: INTRODUCTION

9.00 – 12.30 MORNING SESSION

Introduction to Planning and Housing in London
Duncan Bowie (University of Westminster)

13.30 – 17.00 AFTERNOON SESSION

The Concept of Scarcity
Jeremy Till (Central Saint Martins/SCIBE)

The Context of Scarcity
Deljana Iossifova (University of Westminster)

Urban Density and Bromley-by-Bow
Claire Harper (University of Westminster)

Facts on the Ground?
(Workshop: see page 92)Barbara Elisabeth Ascher (Oslo School of Architecture/SCIBE), Isis Nunez Ferrera (University of Westminster/SCIBE), Michael Klein (University of Vienna/SCIBE)

23 SEPTEMBER: SENSITISATION

9.00 – 12.30 MORNING SESSION

Urban Metabolism and the Environmental Impact of Cities
Alexandros Gasparatos (University of Oxford)

Urban Regeneration or Gentrification?
Teresa Franchini (Polytechnic University San Pablo-CEU University, Madrid) and Judith Ryser (CityScope Europe)

Scarcity and Regulatory Regimes
Naznin Chowdhury, Carlos Manns, Alison Killing, Nick Wolff (Community Collabor-8)

13.30 – 17.00 AFTERNOON SESSION

Whose Scarcity and Whose Abundance? Issues in Motivating (Re-)Making the City
Peter B. Meyer (University of Louisville)

24 SEPTEMBER: IMAGINATION

9.00 – 12.30 MORNING SESSION

Pilots, Plots, Ploys & Plans for an Alternate East Enders
Steven Chodorivsky (Jan van Eyck Academie)

Collaborative City Design
Eoghan-Conor O’Shea (Trinity College Dublin), Nuala Flood (Trinity College Dublin)

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Robert Tensen (Robert Tensen Urbanism)

25 SEPTEMBER: RENOVATION

Your Place, Your Space
Stefan Webb (Institute for Sustainability) and Guests

RIBA Research Symposium Student Charrette 2012
Jeremy Till (Central St Martins/SCIBE), Deljana Iossifova (University of Westminster/SCIBE)

26 SEPTEMBER: ADAPTATION

Welcome by the Organising Institutions and
International Young Planning Professionals Award Prize Giving Ceremony
Derek Martin (IFHP), Piotr Lorens (ISOCARP), Izabela Mironowicz (AESOP)

Shrinkage is Sexy: a New Strategy to Make a Shrinking Urban Area the Most Vital Part of Town
Clenn Kustermans (Young Planning Professional Award Winner)

Costa de la Ruina: Neglected Places at the Costa del Sol All the Way from Malaga to Manilve, or how to monumentalize the traces of speculation
Sebastian Seyfarth (Young Planning Professional Award Winner)

Spatial Assemblages: the production of space(s) beyond the imperative of growth
Rui Santos (Young Planning Professional Award, Special Prize Winner)

Influence of Globalization on Cities, Shopping Malls in Czech Republic 1992-2012
Anna Hablova (Young Planning Professional Award, Honourable Mention)

Re-using Outdated Infrastructure: the Case of Guadalmedina Riverbed
Ramon Marrades (Young Planning Professional Award, Honourable Mention)

Back to the Future: a plea for supply based planning
Hendrik W van der Kamp (ECTP/School of Spatial Planning, DIT)

The Gap between the Rhetoric and Reality of Planning
Vincent Goodstadt (RTPI/TCPA/ECTP-CEU)

27 SEPTEMBER: PROGNOSTICATION

9.00 – 13.30 MORNING SESSION

Science Fictionality
Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay (University of Oslo)

Urban Futures: scenario-based techniques
Silvio Caputo (University of Birmingham – Coventry University)

Methods and Tools for Pattern Morphology
Ulysses Sengupta (SoftGrid Ltd) and Eric Cheung (SoftGrid Ltd)

Closed Loop Community
Stella Okeahialam MBE (Institute for Sustainability)

14.30 – 16.00 AFTERNOON SESSION

Olympic Legacy: Catalyst for Regeneration
Steve Tomlinson (London Legacy Development Corporation)

28 SEPTEMBER: POPULARISATION

9.00 – 13.30 MORNING SESSION

What does Uebanism have to do with human Health?
Alex Bax (Chief Executive, London Pathway)

Making Planning Popular
David Knight (DK-CM)

Ecological Urbanism and Re-imagining the Project of Planning
Jon Goodbun (University of Westminster/SCIBE)

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The Spaces In-between: Sustainable Environmental Masterplanning
James Warne; Mike Whitehurst; Gary Grant; Mat Proctor (BOOM Collaboration)

29 SEPTEMBER: ARTICULATION

9.00 – 12.30 MORNING SESSION

Tech-ology
Stefan Webb (Institute for Sustainability)

Data is the New Wood
Fotis Grammatikopoulos

30 SEPTEMBER: DEMONSTRATION

Participants will present their projects and proposals and discuss them with tutors, invited guests, and – of course – the local community and wider public. This will be followed by a closing ceremony.