Last minute poster submission LLF Cyprus extended till the 7th of March
LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum brings together academics, students and professionals
The 5th LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum is held in Cyprus 2016 (Pafos, 16th-20th March 2016). All are welcomed to participate and engage in the presentations and one of the 4 thematic interdisciplinary workshops.
- by submitting a poster of your Doctorate student http://forum.ln-institute.org/get-involved/doctoral-colloquium/ until the 1st of March and participating at the Doctorate colloquium.
Participants are also welcomed without poster presentations.
All posters will be included at the Book of the Proceedings. In any case, you are more than welcome toparticipate at one of the four workshops as participate at one of the four thematic sessions:
Urban growth and peri-urban sprawl: Walkability in the everyday landscape of Paphos
Sustainable tourism: Waterfront and Hotel Resorts
Heritage and identities: Kato Paphos Archaeological Park
Rural change:landscapes, circular economy and local food production: rural landscape in vernacular settlements .
The Key Note Speakers will be:
Kathryn Moore, Birmingham School of Architecture and Design and President of
the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA President)
Demetriadou, Acting Director General of Cyprus Tourism Organisation
Bell, Head of Department of Landscape Architecture, Estonian University of Life
Sciences, ECLAS President
Stefano Della Torre, Head of the Department of Architecture (ABC), Milano
Spyros Amourgis, professor emeritus of architecture at California State
Polytechnic University, President of Athens School of Fine Arts
Visconti, Marco Visconti Architects, Sustainable Design Groups, Torino
Danish Centre for Rural Research
Enotiades, Department of Town Planning and Housing
Christodoulou, President at Cyprus Architects Association
Ieronimidou, Director of the Department of Antiquity, Cyprus
Christou, Head of Research Publicity and Silviculture Sector Department of
Apostolides, University of Malta
Additionally on the 16th of March, Prof. Jørgen Primdahl and Prof. Lone Kristensen, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Science, Planning and Landscape will give a lecture on: Landscape governance. Guiding management and change of European rural landscapes
The original LE:NOTRE Projects were co-funded by the European Union's Socrates and Lifelong Learning Programmes.
The LE:NOTRE Institute has been established by ECLAS as foundation under Netherlands Law.