EALD Symposium 2022

SYMPOSIUM 2022 at Franfkurt a. M., Germany

11th International and Interdisciplinary Symposium

Ecological, Social and Spatial Justice
Ökologische, soziale und räumliche Gerechtigkeit

at the
University of Applied Science Franfkurt (UAS Frankfurt)
from
1st to 3rd September 2022


REGISTRATION and FEES

Registration:

Regular – 150 €
(includes membership fee for Academy members)

PhD students – 100 €

Conference Dinner:        50 €

Excursion:                   10 €

Registration is closed

 


Programm:

Thursday, September 1, 2022

09.00     Welcome address
Prof. Dr.-Ing. René Thiele, President of Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

Introduction
Alexandra Weitkamp, President of the European Academy of Land Use and Development.

Morning Session Chair: Andreas Ortner, TU Dresden.

09.20     Spatial planning in fragmented national planning systems – the case of Norway.

August E. Røsnes, Sjur K. Dyrkolbotn, Western Norway University

09.45     Sustainable Land Management: digging deeper into learning from immune system.

Tine Köhler, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Erwin Hepperle, ETH Zurich

10.10   Discussion

10.20   COFFEE BREAK

10.35   Identification of future requirements for ecological and spatial justice in land consolidation in Germany.

Raphael Bretscher, Technische Universität Darmstadt

11.00   An evaluation of land consolidation in the context of social, spatial and environmental justice in terms of rural land management in Turkey: the case of Çubuk District of Ankara Province.

İlknur Fatma Dönmez, Harun Tanrivermiş, Yeşim Tanrivermiş, Ankara University

11.25   Discussion

11.35   Propensity score matching and difference-in-differences estimator to estimate the effects of land readjustment projects in Denpasar–Indonesia, Kathmandu–Nepal, Nagoya–Japan and Frankfurt–Germany.

Felipe F. De Souza, Hans-Joachim Linke, Technische Universität Darmstadt

12.00   Public value capture in connection with large infrastructure projects.

Andreas Hendricks, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Odette Lewis, University of Malta

12.25   Discussion

12.35   LUNCH (at the university)

Afternoon Session Chair: Markus Schaffert, Hochschule Mainz – University of Applied Sciences.

14.00  Ageing society and their preferences for housing.

Vida Maliene, Liverpool John Moores University, Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy, Kaunas, Emma Mulliner, Liverpool John Moores University

14.25  Which parameters define the value of a residential real estate? – First results of a buyers’ pre-study.

Julia Süring, Alexandra Weitkamp, Technical University Dresden

14.50   Discussion

15.00   COFFEE BREAK

15.30 “Fair subtracting from the full value compensation on the one hand, fair adding to nothing on the other!” Achieving spatial justice in Berlin.

Fabian Thiel, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

15.55  Stakeholder-salience model as stakeholder analysis in the context of just land use.

Anja Jahn, Alexandra Weitkamp, Technical University Dresden

16.20   Digitale Bürgerbeteiligungsformate für eine gemeinsame Gestaltung der Mobilitätswende.

Jana Stahl, Luisa Ritter, Technische Universität Darmstadt

16.55   Discussion

19.30   CONFERENCE DINNER at Kanonensteppel, Textorstraße 20, 60594 Frankfurt/ Main

 

Friday, September 2, 2022

Morning Session Chair: Vida Maliene, Liverpool John Moores University

09.00   Development of a low-threshold climate adaptation/resilience decision support system for municipal use in Saxony (Germany).

Marwin Detzner, Andreas Ortner, Alexandra Weitkamp, Technical University Dresden

09.25   Climate change mitigation in building sector – a case study on potential.

Matthias Soot, Alexandra Weitkamp, Technical University Dresden

09.50  Data gathering for the land take in Estonia.

Evelin Jürgenson, Kätlin Põdra, Kärt Metsoja, Estonian University of Life Sciences

10.15   Discussion

10.30   COFFEE BREAK

10.45   Reduction of heat stress in urban areas through instruments of land management – literature review to identify urban hot spots of heat stress and locate vulnerable population groups.

Jasmin Uttner, Andreas Ortner, Alexandra Weitkamp, Technical University Dresden

11.10   Tracing justice in flood risk management – the case of developing residual risk zones.

Walter Seher, Lena Junger, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

11.35   Qualitative content analysis and natural language processing of leisure place perceptions during the corona pandemic.

Kevin Kaminski, Markus Schaffert, i3mainz, Hochschule Mainz – University of Applied Sciences

12.00   Discussion

12.10   LUNCH (at the university)

Afternoon Session Chair: Walter Seher, BOKU Vienna

13.45   Digitalisation of rural regions – challenges and opportunities in theory and practice.

Walter T. de Vries, Marco Hölzel, Cornelia Jacobsen, Technical University of Munich

14.10   Interdependencies in spatial planning and well-being in rural areas.

Christian Wolff, Markus Schaffert, Hochschule Mainz – University of Applied Sciences, Christophe Cruz, Hocine Cherifi, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté

14.35  Discussion

14:45   COFFEE BREAK

15.05  Spatial options for action in the context of multi-locality and rural areas.

Barbara Steinbrunner, TU Wien, Silvia Hennig, neuland21

15.30   An evaluation of the rights of property and zoning in urban land management in terms of urban and environmental justice: the case of Sultanbeyli District of Istanbul.

Aydın Güven Terzioğlu, Harun Tanrivermiş, Yeşim Tanrivermiş, Ankara University

15.55   Discussion

16.05   Excursion information

16.20   GENERAL ASSEMBLY

EXCURSION, Saturday, September 3, 2022

We will visit the urban and the rural part of Frankfurt am Main. Frankfurt is famous for its skyscrapers and Prof. Dr. Jochen Abel will tell us more about the tower. For the rural part, we will visit the Mainbogen, a rural land readjustment project for flood protection.