Charleroi,  May 12-14, 2016

URBAN REGENERATION OF MEDIUM-SIZED CITIES IN AN INTERCONNECTED EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
 
Conference program

May 12
18:30 Welcome Reception at Charleroi City Hall and dinner

22:00 ‘Apéros industriels’ Rockerill
May 13

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE at The Bois du Cazier, a world heritage site (UNESCO)

09:00 Guided tour of The Bois du Cazier

10:30 – 12:30 Municipalities session: examples of urban regeneration
Coordination: Stephanie CRABECK, HEPH Condorcet
Welcome and opening speech
Pascal Lambert, Directeur-Président HEPH Condorcet
Charleroi's Perspectives
Deputy-Mayor Julie Patte, Charleroi City Council
Georgios Maillis, Bouwmeester of the City of Charleroi
Urban Regeneration of Medium-Sized Cities in an interconnected European Perspective. Bergamo Experience: examples of urban regeneration
Mayor Giorgio Gori, Bergamo City Council
Growing Cambridge
Cllr Carina O’Reilly, Cambridge City Council
The Devesa Park Masterplan: a tool for the environment and urban regeneration

Cllr Narcis Sastre, Girona City Council
Stratégie de développement numérique de la destination VisitBeauvais: les nouveaux outils de promotion touristique (la marque, la cartographie)
Charlotte Leveille, Office de tourisme de l’agglomération de Beauvais
Timothée Rosier, Communauté d’Agglomération du Beauvaisis
Ryanair presentation
Yann Delomez, Ryanair

12: 30 Lunch

14:30 - 17:00   Universities session: collaborative research for urban regeneration

Coordination: Elise Boucq, HEPH Condorcet
Polycentrism and networking for a model of urban regeneration. A Spring School in the peripheries of Bergamo
Federica Burini, University of Bergamo - DiathesisLab
Spring school in Bergamo – the process of concept development about urban regeneration
Achim Laleik, Luebeck University of Applied Sciences
Stephanie Eilers, Luebeck University of Applied Sciences
Co-creation of new tourism products
Stéphanie Crabeck, HEPH Condorcet and IETCps
Exploring stated preferences of travelers for the creation of new tourism products

Elise Boucq, HEPH Condorcet
Communication practices to highlight the centrality of small-medium sized territories. The Network of Medium-Sized European Cities as a case study Andrea Pérez and Ángel Herrero, Universidad de Cantabria Santander
Urban regional context for the strategies of medium-sized towns
Mita Castañer, Universitat de Girona
Everyday Heritage as Attraction
Chris Wilbert, Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge
Presentation of the website ‘Centrality of Territories’ and the interactive 3D mapping system ‘Seven Beauties s- Low’
Mathieu Strainchamps, HEPH Condorcet
Frédéric Bruyère, HEPH Condorcet
Federica Burini, University of Bergamo - DiathesisLab

17:00 – 18:00   Poster session and coffee break

18:00 – 19:00   Internal meeting (Municipalities and Universities)

20: 30 Dinner in Charleroi City Centre

10:30 – 12:30   Guided City Tour “(R)ÉVOLUTION URBAINE” 12:30 – 14:30   Lunch in Charleroi City Centre
14:30 – 16:30   Photography museum

 

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