Special Session Hotel Borobudur Jakarta (Singosari Room)
Sep 11, 2019 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM(Europe/Amsterdam)
20190911T1130 20190911T1300 Europe/Amsterdam ISOCARP Institute Seminar – Solutions towards better Cities

Cities are the place of economic production, knowledge and innovation – together with connectivity, creativity and services. As cities are dense, they also offer high potentials for energy savings and low carbon economies. 

However, cities are also today confronted with several challenges: unemployment, segregation, climate change issues. Our ISOCARP Institute Seminar will focus on the implementation of good practices, by listening from leading companies from the private sector, and solutions developed by leading international organisations, partners or members of the ISOCARP Institute. 

The Institute Seminar will present several initiatives and urban solutions from partners and members of the ISOCARP Institute: it will focus on training and capacity building and the initiative of ISOCARP Institute together with UN-Habitat; further, it will develop the topic of Smart Cities at the European level and demonstrate the results of European projects. Furthermore, our partners from ENGIE Tractebel will explain their best experiences in achieving urban solutions, and finally, our partners from STRELKA KB will present their achievements in Russia and abroad on urban guidelines and urban competitions.

The Institute Seminar will cover the topics of capacity building, research and practice, which correspond to the three pillars of activities of the ISOCARP Institute: Academy, Research and Practice. 

The ISOCARP Seminar, a complete session towards integrated sustainable urban development.

Programme

11:30 | Welcome

Didier Vancutsem, Moderator, Director ISOCARP Institute

11:35 | ...

Hotel Borobudur Jakarta (Singosari Room) 55th ISOCARP World Planning Congress in Jakarta/Bogor, Indonesia congress@isocarp.org

Cities are the place of economic production, knowledge and innovation – together with connectivity, creativity and services. As cities are dense, they also offer high potentials for energy savings and low carbon economies. 

However, cities are also today confronted with several challenges: unemployment, segregation, climate change issues. Our ISOCARP Institute Seminar will focus on the implementation of good practices, by listening from leading companies from the private sector, and solutions developed by leading international organisations, partners or members of the ISOCARP Institute. 

The Institute Seminar will present several initiatives and urban solutions from partners and members of the ISOCARP Institute: it will focus on training and capacity building and the initiative of ISOCARP Institute together with UN-Habitat; further, it will develop the topic of Smart Cities at the European level and demonstrate the results of European projects. Furthermore, our partners from ENGIE Tractebel will explain their best experiences in achieving urban solutions, and finally, our partners from STRELKA KB will present their achievements in Russia and abroad on urban guidelines and urban competitions.

The Institute Seminar will cover the topics of capacity building, research and practice, which correspond to the three pillars of activities of the ISOCARP Institute: Academy, Research and Practice. 

The ISOCARP Seminar, a complete session towards integrated sustainable urban development.


Programme


11:30 | Welcome

  • Didier Vancutsem, Moderator, Director ISOCARP Institute


11:35 | Better cities and better training: UN-Habitat Strategic Plan and the Global Training initiative Manager Urban Planning Branch, Nairobi

  • Shipra Narang Suri, Director Urban Planning and Design Branch UN-Habitat, Nairobi


11:50 | Evolution to Smart Cities – Key findings for European Cities 

  • Daniele Vettorato, EU Project Manager, EURAC Trento


12:05 | The EU Research Project on Smart Cities – Positive CityxChange

  • Tjark Gall, Project Manager, +CxC Project, ISOCARP Institute, The Hague


12:20 | Towards solutions for better cities: How ENGIE is developing global urban solutions

  • Etienne Drouet / Charles-Marie Delpierre, Senior Urban Specialists, ENGIE Paris


12:35 | Urban Guidelines and Urban Competitions – How cities can become better – the experience from Russia

  • Alexei Muratov, Partner Head of Strategies for territorial development / Ekaterina Maleeva, Project Leader STRELKA KB, Moscow


12:50 | Podium Discussion + Attendance interaction
Speakers + Moderator ISOCARP


13:00 | Closing + continuing discussion during lunch break

Coordinator, Urban Planning and Design
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UN-Habitat
Vice-President ISOCARP Academic Development - Institute
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Eurac Research
Researcher
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ISOCARP Institute
Head of Urban APAC
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Tractebel Engineering
General Manager - Business Line Urban
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TRACTEBEL ASIA PACIFIC
Prof Didier Vancutsem
Secretary General
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ISOCARP
 Aadithyaa JS
Student
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Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
 Mohamed Elkhateb
Senior Coordinator Urban Planner - Central Administration for Planning & Urban Development
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General Organization of Physical Planning
 Ivan Rwampungu
Master student
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Saga University, Japan
Dr Prihadi Nugroho
Assistant Professor
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Diponegoro University
 DR RR Meitri Hening Chrisna Daluarti
Team Leader
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PT. Sugitek Patih Perkasa
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