UPAT - Urban Planning Advisory Team - Ten Years of Upats: Reflections and Results

UPAT - Urban Planning Advisory Team - Ten Years of Upats: Reflections and Results

von: Bernd Scholl, Martin Dubbeling, Ana Peri?

vdf Hochschulverlag AG, 2015

ISBN: 9783728137180 , 245 Seiten

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UPAT - Urban Planning Advisory Team - Ten Years of Upats: Reflections and Results


 

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich is one of the leading international universities for technology and the natural sciences. It is well known for its excellent education, groundbreaking fundamental research and for implementing its results directly into practice. Founded in 1855, today it offers an inspiring working environment for researchers, as well as a comprehensive education for students. ETH Zurich regularly appears very high in the international rankings as one of the best universities in the world. Twenty-one Nobel Laureates have studied, taught or conducted research at ETH Zurich, underlining the excellent reputation of the university. About 500 professors currently conduct research in various disciplines and educate more than 18,500 students from over 110 countries. The International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), founded in 1965, is today a leading non-governmental organisation striving to create a better understanding of major planning issues globally. As an active network of individual and institutional members from more than 70 countries worldwide, it is recognised by the UN, UNHCS, UNESCO and the Council of Europe. Its membership is mostly spatial and urban planners, but also includes other stakeholders involved in the development and maintenance of the built environment. ISOCARP aims at improving cities and regions through innovative planning practices, training, education and research, thus promoting the planning profession in all its aspects. In order to stimulate and increase public awareness on complex spatial problems, ISOCARP places a high priority on being a politically and commercially independent association of experienced practitioners.