All UQ|UP members invited! The agenda is below. The conference starts on 16 March, 9:00 a.m. (CET) / 6:00 pm (AET) and can be joined on both days via this Zoom link. Meeting ID: 982 8657 2524 / Passcode: 473588 Continue reading
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UQ|UP at AILA Festival
On Sunday concluded the 2022 Festival of Landscape Architecture organised by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture. This year’s theme was COUNTRY, recognising that it is critical for all involved in shaping urban environments to join with First Nations people to gain a deeper understanding of Country as we prepare our cities for the complex challenges of … Continue reading
Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF) is back in Brisbane!
The 42nd Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF) will take place in Brisbane, between the 8th and 10th December 2021. The conference will use the EasyChair system (https://www.easychair.org/my/conference?conf=atrf2021) and additional information will be made available on the ATRF website (http://atrf.info/) in due course. More information is provided in the Call for Papers below. The transport planning … Continue reading
Indonesia Council Open Conference (ICOC) – July 2021 @ UQ!
The University of Queensland is hosting this year’s Indonesia Council Open Conference (ICOC 2021) in July. This conference is organised biannually and this is the 11th edition. It is sponsored by the Indonesia Council, the Australian Government and the Australia Indonesia Institute. The conference will take place on 15-16 July 2021 at The University of … Continue reading
Dorina Pojani delivers plenary speech on TOD design at ISUF2020
ISUF2020 is the annual urban form conference of the International Seminar of Urban Form (www.urbanform.org/). This organisation comprises geographers, architects and historians who study urban morphology. This year’s conference host was the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Utah. Dorina’s speech was part of the New Voices plennary session, which featured up … Continue reading
ANZAPS2019 concluded on Friday, after two days packed with presentations, discussions, and activities. It was our pleasure to host delegates from all over Australia, New Zealand, and farther afield. We hope that attendees left the conference with tips for building meaningful and enduring research links with government, industry and the community. The host of ANZAPS2020 … Continue reading
Only six days left to ANZAPS2019!
Eighty people have registered for this year’s conference. Get in quick to secure your place: uq-urbanplanning.org/conferences/. Registrations close Monday, 1 July 2019 at 5.00pm. The latest news and updates are below. Continue reading