The networking activities aim to support the MCMH-EU to address the Challenge (main aim), answer to the research questions and achieve the overall objectives of the MCMH-EU, as these have been described in the COST Action MoU.
Madrid Training School
16-19 March 2020
Paz Núñez-Martí & Roberto Goycoolea-Prado
Berta Calle. Architecture Student UAH
Architecture school. University of Alcalá.
C/ Santa Úrsula 8; Alcalá de Henares.
Architecture school. Polytechnic University of Madrid.
Avenida Juan Herrera, 4; Madrid
Public housing policies for rehousing: Development, valuation and future. Madrid as a paradigm.
The general objective of the Training School is to learn about the public policies on collective housing applied in Madrid in the second half of the 20th century and to evaluate their social, urban and political suitability by analysing unique cases from different periods.
Within the framework of COST Action 18137, it is expected that the results of the Training school would provide data and analysis that would allow:
- To examine if public policies on collective housing have been suitable instruments for the configuration and consolidation of the middle class, characterized, among other criteria, by the provision (possession) of decent housing.
- To know the current problems of these groups –therefore, the policies that supported them – and, if necessary, to redefine possible intervention strategies.
Specific training objectives
Introduction to concepts and instruments of analysis of public policies and collective housing sets.
To know the development of collective housing policies in Madrid through the analysis of cases during the period 1939-act.
Acquisition of the tools to carry out critical analysis on urban intervention.
To identify the aspects that condition public policies of collective housing from the triangle of social habitat defined by M. Castell and others: urbs, civitas and polis.
Generate academic fabrics at European level.
The Training school will bring together three teaching instruments:
- Theoretical and historical sessions with key speakers.
- Expert guided tours and technical sheets of selected case studies.
- Workshop sessions aimed at achieving the general objectives. We will work in groups of six students, applying a role-playing methodology based on the social habitat triangle. Each group will have a teacher and/or a support expert.
International Key Speakers
Jorge Figueira. Dr Architect and professor of History and Theory of Architecture. Coimbra University.
Inês Lima Rodrigues. Dr Architect and researcher on Modern Housing of Portuguese Influence and MCMH. ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. email@example.com
Local Key Speakers
Alberto Leboreiro Amaro. Dr Architect. Assistant Director-General for Regional Planning. Department of the Environment, Local Administration and Territorial Planning. Regional Government of the Community of Madrid. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pedro Navarrete Tortosa. Social educator. IRIS relocation coordinator, Ex commissioner of Cañada Real Ayto. Madrid and current worker Social Housing Agency. email@example.com
Uta Pottgiesser. Dr Architect and professor in department of Architectural Engineering + Technology. Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. Delft. The Netherlands. firstname.lastname@example.org
Alberto Leboreiro Amaro. PhD. Architect. Assistant Director-General for Regional Planning. Department of the Environment, Local Administration and Territorial Planning. Regional Government of the Community of Madrid. email@example.com
Nieves Mestre. PhD. Architect and professor of Architectural Projects. Architecture School. UPM. Madrid. firstname.lastname@example.org
Paz Núñez Martí. PhD. Architect and professor of Architectural Construction. Alcalá University. Madrid. email@example.com
Pedro Navarrete Tortosa. Social educator. IRIS relocation coordinator, Ex commissioner for Cañada Real Madrid Town Hall and current worker at the Social Housing Agency of Madrid. firstname.lastname@example.org
Roberto Goycoolea. PhD. Architect and professor of Architectural analysis. Alcalá University. email@example.com
Number of trainees to receive a grants
12 (outside Madrid) / Grant amount: 600 €
To apply, please complete the application form.
The application will be evaluated by the TS evaluation committee based on the following criteria:
- Explanation of your research topic – 1 to 10 (25%)
- Expectations and benefits of the TS for your own research and career – 1 to 10 (50%)
- The potential benefits of your work to the Action CA18137 – 1 to 10 (25%)
Remark | It will be given priority to the following candidates:
- ECI researchers, Young researcher under 8 years of career;
- PhD Students;
- Master Students;
Local trainees (without grant)
18 local postgraduate students, preferably from University of Alcalá and Polytechnic University of Madrid.
To apply for a Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) within the 2nd call for STSMs of the COST Action CA 18137 on Middle Class Mass Housing, please send the following documents (in .pdf) to Els.DeVos@UAntwerpen.be until February 17th 2020.
For the current call (2nd Call, February 2020) priority will be given to STSMs that specifically address the deliverables as described in the Memorandum of Understanding of the COST Action CA 18137. This is expressed by the assigned higher weight of criteria “5. Benefits of the STSM for the COST Action CA 18137” in the above given table of criteria.
In addition, it is expected that each STSM will – next to other planned outcomes – also contribute to the Atlas of Middle Class housing by contributing with a template and/or another contribution.
For the current call, STSMs can only proceed in the following timeframe: 17 February 2020 until 15 April 2020.
Before filling the application, please consult the STSM rules in the COST Vademecum at Section 8. In case you have any questions about the application procedure or STSM rules, please contact Els.devos@Uantwerpen.be
i) This STSM application form, filled according to your STSM plans;
ii) An invitation letter from the host institution;
iii) A support letter from the home institution;
iv) A max. 2-page CV of the visitor;
v) A list of publications of the visitor (if applicable).
Your application will then be evaluated by the STSM evaluation committee based on the following criteria:
|1||1. Quality and feasibility of the workplan||1 to 10||17.5 %|
|5||3. Suitability of the applicant to execute the workplan and to reach the Prospected Outcome||1 to 10||17.5 %|
|4||2. Quality and feasibility of the Prospected Outcome||1 to 10||17.5 %|
|6||4. Benefits of the STSM for the applicant (visitor) 1 to||1 to 10||17.5 %|
|7||5. Benefits of the STSM for the COST Action CA 18137 (contribution to the output of COST)||1 to 10||30 %|