International Conference: "Changing Cities" (Skiathos 18-21 June 2013) - Paper Submission

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International Conference: "Changing Cities" (Skiathos, 18-21 June 2013) - Paper Submission


 

The International Conference on “Changing Cities: Spatial, morphological, formal & socio-economic dimensions”, will take place on Skiathos island, Greece, 18-21 June 2013. The conference is organized by the Department of Planning and Regional Development, University of Thessaly, in collaboration with the Technical Chamber of Greece.

The main conference goal is to present and appoint issues related to “Metropolitan cities in transformation”, regarding to:

This conference aspires to bring together architects, urban designers, landscape designers, urban planners, urban geographers, urban economists, urban sociologists and demographers, to question new challenges and to become a forum of transaction of ideas on changing cities.

The submitted manuscripts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and the authors will be notified on time of the outcome of the evaluation. The manuscripts that will be selected as oral or poster presentations will be published in hard copy at the conference book of abstracts. Full papers will be published in book format e-proceedings with a separate ISBN number. Details for the full paper preparation will be given to authors after notification of paper acceptance.

The organizing committee is in contact with international scientific journals and selected papers from the conference may be published in special issues, after they have been reviewed. The participants will be informed regarding this possibility by e-mail.

All academic researchers, professionals and policy makers interested in the area of the conference are invited to present papers related to the conference topics. Indicate your preference for an oral or poster presentation. Authors are requested to submit abstracts by e-mail as a Word file attachment to the Conference Secretariat, by January 14th, 2013.

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Source: www.changingcities.prd.uth.gr

30/10/2012