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2012 KONUT KURULTAYI III

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Konut Kurultayı III – “Kıbrıs’ta Konut: Planlama, Tasarım ve Uygulama”

Konut Kurultayı III, 09-10 Mart 2012 tarihlerinde Lefkoşa Atatürk Kültür Merkezi’nde gerçekleşiyor.

 

Doğu Akdeniz Üniversitesi (DAÜ), Mimarlık Fakültesi, Konut Eğitim Araştırma Danışmanlık Merkezi (HERA-C) ve Kıbrıs Türk Mühendis-Mimar Odaları Birliği (KTMMOB) Mimarlar Odası işbirliğinde 9-10 Mart 2012 tarihlerinde, “Kıbrıs’ta Konut: Planlama, Tasarım ve Uygulama” başlığı altında düzenlenen III. Konut Kurultayı; konut sorunsalını belirlenen anahtar sözcükler çerçevesinde, bilimsel verilere dayanarak tartışmaya davet ediyor.

Kurultaya katkıda bulunmak isteyenlerin, araştırma temelli konut çalışmalarını aktaran bildiri özetlerini 12 Aralık 2011 Pazartesi gününe dek organizasyona iletmeleri gerekiyor.

Kurultay Açılımları
1. 
Kentleşme, Göç, Mobilite ve Konut Politikaları
2. Konut Alanları Planlaması: Değişim, Dönüşüm ve Sürdürülebilirlik
3. Konut Mimarisi ve Tasarımı: Kullanıcı / İmaj-anlam-beğeni / Estetikleştirme / Tasarımda geri besleme / Bilgisayar kullanımı
4. Konut ve Toplumsal Çevre
5. Konut ve Ekolojik Çevre
6. Konut ve Teknolojik / Ekonomik Erişebilirlik
7. Değişen Hane Halkı Yapısı ve Konut Piyasası
8. Konut Stoğu: Üretim ve pazarlama / kır-kent / planlı-plansız / tek-toplu konut / tip konut-konut tipolojileri / geleneksel, yöresel- modern konut / yeni- yenilenmiş konut / geçici konut – ikinci konut / herkes için konut.

Takvim
Özet teslimi için son gün: 12 Aralık 2011
Kabul – ret bildirimleri için son gün: 14 Aralık 2011
Tam bildiri metni gönderimi için son gün: 02 Mart 2012
Kurultay: 09-10 Mart 2012

Kurultay ve bildiri gönderimi hakkında ayrıntılı bilgi için KonutKurultayi3 tıklayın.

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2008 DOCTORAL STUDIES ON HOUSING I

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“Doctoral Studies on Housing” Joint Symposium organized by HERA-C and HREC

 Call of the Symposium

The inspiration for organizing an allied symposium on Doctoral Studies on Housing emerged from the diversity and richness of the themes and issues in ‘Housing Research Area. The Symposium expects to attract many young researchers involved in postgraduate theses as well as academicians whose studies are ongoing or recently completed in between 2002 and 2008. Housing has always been and still is a main topic of concern in different research fields. Hence, aim of the Symposium is setting up of a scientific platform to stimulate diversity in research topics on housing. This platform will be presented and discussed by researchers and academicians who would like to contribute to the academic field by questioning and challenging the relevant issues. It is, also, vital to establish a network for housing researchers to exchange ideas, shared interests, and to develop academic partnership for the further research and collaboration.

The Symposium welcomes the contributions which furnish works for:
-Exhibiting researchers’ understanding and approach to the relevant research fields.
-Discussing researchers’ hypotheses and arguments through mutual exchange of experiences.
-Sharing one’s own concerns, initiatives, expectations, aims and findings.
-Exhibiting diverse interests of different institutions.

Abstracts of approximately 1,500 words should be submitted by February 10th, together with pre-registration forms. All abstracts will be published in the proceedings. Abstracts should follow the format requirements announced on the Symposium website where pre-registration forms are, also, provided.

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Symposium of Doctoral Studies on Housing

20-22 May 2008- Eastern Mediterraenen University, Gazimağusa, TRNC 

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Dr. Gülsün Sağlamer

Founding Director of HREC-ITU, İstanbul, Turkey.

New Developments in Doctoral Studies across Europe

Prof. Dr. Kemal Gürüz

Former President of the Council of Higher Education, Ankara, Turkey.

Graduate-Level Studies in Turkey and the World

Prof. Dr. Han Verschure

Director of the Postgraduate Centre For Human Settlements, KU-Leuven, Belgium.

Housing Contributing to Sustainable Urban Development: a Challenge

 Prof. Dr. Yıldız Sey

Emeritus Professor of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, ITU, İstanbul, Turkey.

Multidisciplinary/ Interdisciplinary Nature of Housing Research

Prof. Dr. David Clapham

School of City&Regional Planning, Cardiff University, United Kingdom.

Housing Research on Post Modern Times 

Gülderen Taşcıoğlu, MArch., METU

Representative of  “MESA Housing Industry” Ankara, Turkey.

Housing Production Technologies & Implementations

Symposium Scientific Committee

Prof. Dr. Ahsen Özsoy

Vice-Director of HREC-ITU

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul Technical University

Assist. Prof. Dr. Beril Özmen Mayer,

Vice-Director of HERA-C, EMU

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Eastern Mediterranean University 

Prof. Dr. Gülsün Sağlamer,

Founding Director of HREC-ITU

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul Technical University

Prof. Dr. Ibrahim Numan  

Dean of Faculty of Architecture, Eastern Mediterranean University

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nesil Baytin

Founding Director of HERA-C, EMU

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Eastern Mediterranean University

Assist. Prof. Nicholas Wilkinson

Editor of Open House International Journal,

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Eastern Mediterranean University 

Prof. Dr. Nuran Zeren Gülersoy

Head of Department of Urban & Regional Planning,  Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul Technical University   

Dr. Magda Sibley

Senior Lecturer in Architecture, School of Architecture, Liverpool University

Prof. Mark Swenarton

Head of Department of Architecture, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University,

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Özgür Dinçyürek

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Eastern Mediterranean University

Prof. Dr. Yıldız Sey   

Emeritus Professor of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture Istanbul Technical University,

Prof. Dr. Yurdanur Dülgeroğlu Yüksel

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul Technical University

Prof. Dr. Zerrin Yılmaz

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul Technical University

Moderators

Prof. Dr. Ahsen Özsoy

Vice-Director of HREC-ITU

Assist. Prof. Dr. Beril Özmen Mayer,

Vice-Director of HERA-C, EMU

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Eastern Mediterranean University

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nesil Baytin

Founding Director of HERA-C, EMU

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Eastern Mediterranean University

Assist. Prof. Nicholas Wilkinson

Editor of Open House International Journal,

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Eastern Mediterranean University

Dr. Magda Sibley

Senior Lecturer in Architecture, School of Architecture, Liverpool University

Prof. Dr. Mark Swenarton

Head of Department of Architecture, School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University, 

Prof. Dr. Yurdanur Dülgeroğlu Yüksel

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul Technical University

 

Symposium Organizing Committee

Türkan Ulusu Uraz (Assoc. Prof. Dr.), Symposium Coordinator

Member of the Executive Board, HERA-C, Faculty of Arch., EMU 

Beril Özmen Mayer (Assist. Prof. Dr.)

Vice – chair of HERA-C Faculty of Arch., EMU

Hıfsiye Pulhan (Assoc. Prof. Dr.)

Member of the Executive Board, HERA-C, Faculty of Arch., EMU

Resmiye Alpar Atun (Assist. Prof. Dr.),

Member of the Executive Board, HERA-C, Faculty of Arch., EMU

Öznem Şahali (Res. Ass.),

HERA-C, Faculty of Arch., EMU

Evren Uzer (Res. Ass., Ph.D. Candidate)

(HREC-ITU, Turkey)

Özge Atalay Çelik (Res. Ass., Ph.D. Candidate),

(HREC-ITU, Turkey)

Symposium Sponsores 

Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) – Gazimağusa, TRNC

Istanbul Technical University (ITU) – İstanbul, TURKEY

Chamber of Turkish Cypriot Architects – Lefkoşa, TRNC

Girne Municipality – TRNC

Cyprus Turkish Airlines – CTA

MESA Housing Industry- Ankara, TURKEY

Conference Participants

Ai Tee Goh                                                                                                      United Kingdom

The Development of Contemporary Courtyard House in UK

 

Banu Tomruk                                                                                                                                       Turkey

Re-Reading Bursa: Urban Dynamics Re-Shaping Architecture of New Housing Settlements

 

Burak Asiliskender                                                                                                     Turkey

Importing Modernity by Housing: A Case of Kayseri and State-Based Industrial Sites

 

Candan Ilgın Özülke                                                                                                              Turkey

Identifying Housing / Attachment Relations in Residential Areas for Immigrants: Example of Berlin  / Kreuzberg

 

Ceren Boğaç                                                                                                        North Cyprus

Architecture for Meaning: Expression of Social Values through Urban Architecture in Northern Cyprus

 

Elisabetta Pani                                                                                                                 Italy

The Interaction of Housing and Urban Development in a Globalization Context

 

Esen Gökçe Özdamar                                                                                                              Turkey

A Re-Reading of Contemporary Housing: Istanbul, Vienna and Amsterdam

 

Fatma Gül Öztürk                                                                                                      Turkey

Questioning the Middle Byzantine Housing in Cappadocia: The Uninterrupted Tradition of ‘Carving to Dwell’

 

Fitnat Cimşit                                                                                                                            Turkey

Housing as an Invisible Boundary Regulation in Uçhisar Cappadocia

 

Gül Yücel                                                                                                                     Turkey

Earthquake and Vulnerability Assessment Model for Settlements: Case Study Avcılar District

 

Hande Akarca                                                                                                           United Kingdom  

Architects’ Role in Participatory Housing Regeneration Projects

 

Hande Gültekin                                                                                                           Turkey         

Lessons to be Learned from New Housing Developments with Ecological Design Approach Based on Closed-System Analogy

 

Nilay Ünsal Gülmez                                                                                                                Turkey

Diversified Households in Metropolitan Area: Transaction of Non-Traditional Alternative Households with the Built Environment in İstanbul

 

Omayra Rivera Crespo                                                                                                 Spain

Participatory Processes in Contemporary Housing Design and Construction

 

Pınar Uluçay                                                                                                                   North Cyprus

The European Spatial Planning Approach: An Instrument towards the Creation of a Sustainable Housing Policy in Northern Cyprus

 

Seza Filiz                                                                                                                      Turkey

A Forecasting Model in the Context of House Designing and Programming for the Next Twenty Years

 

Suzan Sanlı                                                                                                                  Turkey

Spatial Analysis of an Architect’s House Projects