All times CET
|1st CORAL School Agenda|
|7/2/2022 Monday||10.00-11.30||Keynote speech: New working spaces and urban planning: reshaped perspectives?||Divya Leducq, Universite de Tours, discussants: Helyaneh Aboutalebi Tabrizi and Costantino Romeo, CORAL ESRs|
|12.00-13.30||Seminar: Designing and implementing surveys||Vasilis Avdikos and Lorenzo Marmo, Panteion/ECHN|
|14.30-17.00||WP1- presentations of PhD topics||Chair: Thilo Lang WP Leader- IfL|
|8/2/2022 Tuesday||10.00-11.30||Keynote speech: Coworking spaces in French rural areas: opportunities and limitations||Bruno Moriset, Universite Jean Moulin Lyon 3, discussants: Colm Stockdale, Alexandra Wrbka, Juan Diaz CORAL ESRs|
|12.00-13.30||Seminar: Redifining rurality and peripherality within the CORAL context||Mikel Oleaga, Nikos Gatsinos, Federica Ammaturo, Yue Mao- CORAL ESRs|
|14.30-17.00||WP2- presentation of PhD topics||Chair: Ilaria Mariotti WP Leader- POLIMI|
|9/2/2022 Wednesday||10.00-11.30||Seminar: Fundamentals of Human-Centered Design||Nazlı Cangönü, ATÖLYE|
|12.00-13.30||Keynote speech: Reframing urban and regional development for ‘left behind’ places||Andy Pike, CURDS Newcastle University, discussants: Danai Liodaki, Vera Fabinyi CORAL ESRs|
|14.30-17.00||WP3- presentation of PhD topics||Chair: Ignasi Capdevila WP Leader- PSB|
|10/2/2022 Thursday||10.00-11.30||Seminar: Independent work in the digital era||Hélène Bussy – Socrate, PSB|
|12.00-13.30||Open session: Discussion on the overall progress of CORAL|
|14.30-16.00||Seminar: What policies for rural CWS?||Eleonora Psenner, Francesca Ciccarelli, Chen Gao- CORAL ESRs|
*Please note that only the keynote session of Andy Pike will be open to the public and will be live streamed through the CORAL Facebook page.
Day 1 – 7/2/2022
10.00 – 11.30 CET
Keynote speech I : New working spaces and urban planning: reshaped perspectives?
Divya Leducq, Universite de Tours,
Main Discussants: Helyaneh Aboutalebi Tabrizi and Costantino Romeo, CORAL ESRs
Short bio: Dr. Hab. Divya Leducq is an urban planner with qualifications in spatial planning and economic geography (PhD Lille 2011, HDR Tours 2020). She is Associate Professor at Polytech Tours, the graduate school of engineering of Tours University where she gives lectures in the engineering and Master’ “Planning and Sustainability” programs. She also led every year educational workshops with practitioners. For two years (2020-2022), she is granted with a full-time position at the CNRS, to conduct research in her Lab. “Cities, Territories, Environment and Societies” (UMR 7324). Her research interests include the study of the productive urbanism (economic development, digital transition, third places, coworking spaces) and the green urbanism (sustainable city, energy transition). Divya Leducq questions the circulation of ideas, references, models, policies and practices in urban planning, and its influence of urban production in average time. As method, she mobilizes international comparisons between cities located in the early industrialized countries (France, Québec) and the emerging settings (like in Vietnam).
Day 2 – 8/2/2022
10.00 – 11.30 CET
Keynote speech II: Coworking spaces in French rural areas: opportunities and limitations Bruno Moriset, Universite Jean Moulin Lyon 3
Main Discussants: Colm Stockdale, Alexandra Wrbka, Juan Diaz, CORAL ESRs
Short bio: Bruno Moriset is Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning at the University Jean Moulin of Lyon in France. His research focuses on the geographic dimension of information technology and the digital economy, and their relation with planning and regional development. Dr. Moriset has conducted research on the geography of call centers and data centers, telecommunication networks and planning, telework, telecentres and coworking spaces, and the development of the digital economy in rural areas.
Day 3 – 9/2/2022
10.00 – 11.30 CET
Keynote speech III: Reframing urban and regional development for ‘left behind’ places
Andy Pike, CURDS Newcastle University
Main discussants: Danai Liodaki, Vera Fabinyi, CORAL ESRs
Short bio: Andy Pike is the Henry Daysh Professor of Regional Development Studies in the Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies (CURDS), Newcastle University, UK. His research interests, publications and research projects are focused on the geographical political economy of local, regional and urban development and policy. He has undertaken research projects for the OECD, UN-ILO, European Commission, UK Government and national, regional and local institutions. He is a Fellow of the Regional Studies Association and an elected Academician of the UK’s national Academy of Social Sciences.