WORKSHOP | MCMH-EU Neighbourhoods in GIS: Analysing and Exploring Housing Renewal Alternatives | 28, 29, 30 September 2022

by MCMH-EU Team | ACTION

2022-09-20  |  Reading 6 ”minutes” 

WORKSHOP | MCMH-EU Neighbourhoods in GIS: Analysing and Exploring Housing Renewal Alternatives | 28, 29, 30 September 2022

by MCMH-EU Team | ACTION

2022-09-20  |  Reading 6 ”minutes” 

WORKSHOP MCMH-EU Neighbourhoods in GIS: Analysing and Exploring Housing Renewal Alternatives
28, 29, 30 September 2022
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
ZOOM LINK:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89793188084?pwd=RVJweHJGUzVqdEQ3aFNPYjZLRHU2QT09
Meeting ID: 897 9318 8084
Passcode: 221713
WORKSHOP MCMH-EU Neighbourhoods in GIS: Analysing and Exploring Housing Renewal Alternatives
28, 29, 30 September 2022
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
ZOOM LINK:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89793188084?pwd=RVJweHJGUzVqdEQ3aFNPYjZLRHU2QT09
Meeting ID: 897 9318 8084
Passcode: 221713

It aims for the WG1 members and all CA18137 members who have teamed up in selecting the case studies interested in developed MCMH’s analysis by the GIS tasks targeting to define new formats for “Documenting the MCMH”.

The three-day-long workshop will be based on lectures, practices dealing with the MCMS selected complexes, followed by round tables & discussions, and field trips to MCMH complexes with the Axios Housing Complex as a case study.

The workshop is hosted by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and coordinated by Assist. Prof. Dr Athina Vitopoulou, PhD candidate Dimosthenis Sakkos, and Assist. Dr Prof. Kostas Tsiambaos under the scientific coordination of Dr Dalit Shach-Pinsly, Dr Idan Porat and Dr Inês Rodrigues.

In the workshop, MCMH-EU & GIS will participate over three days for up to 25 participants face-to-face: 15 international researchers will be assessed and selected by the scientific coordinators and approved by the Core-Group CA18137 and up to 10 local students selected by the local coordination team.

Topics for discussion – a starting point for the GIS workshop

Typologies
– Division of patterns according to terminologies.
– Open spaces between buildings: Patterns and aspect
– Parameters of distances between buildings

Quality and performance of the MCMH urban patterns
– A quality/performance expressed in different patterns (according to terminology)
– How to preserve the MCMH urban quality?
– How to renew the MCMH urban areas?
– What quality should be maintained and how to maintain it?

Timeline

Day 1: Wednesday, 28 September 2022
Session place: Foyer

9.30 -10.00 Welcome (Thessaloniki University)

10.00-11.00 Open Keynote lecture by Athina Vitopoulou

11.15-13.00 – Introduction to MCMH-EU / Workshop (Dalit, Idan, Inês)
Inês Rodrigues
– Introducing the templates and analysis alternatives.
Idan Porat /Dalit Shach-Pinsly – Introducing the GIS tool and analysis possibilities
Idan Porat – Introducing the idea of building-morphometric analysis as a tool for urban
renewal. Introducing the idea of multiparametric analysis of urban environmental quality and
performance.
Goal – how to continue this line of thinking.
Think-tank Brain-Storm – Design new topics for analysis (all participants)

13.00-14.00 – Lunch

14.00-16.00 – Workshop Session 1
Or Amir
– An introduction to GIS-analysis, the urban parameters and statistics, as defined in the templates.
Continue: Think-tank Brain-Storm

16.00-16.15 – Coffee break

16.15-17:30 – Discussion in small groups
Preparation of the next day discussions based on the templates/parameters and analysis (performance and quality analysis).

17.30-18.30 – Guide tour to the Thessaloniki University

Day 2: Thursday, 29 September 2022
Session place: Foyer

10.00-10.30 Keynote lecture 3 by Vassilios Colonas

10.30-11.15 – Keynote lecture 2 by Dalit Shach-Pinsly

11.15-11:30 – Coffee break

11.30-13.00 – Presentations: Edmond Manahasa – Individual researching on GIS

STSM Presentations
Or Amir [ONSITE]
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture (to be held in October 1-6)

Ahmed Benbernou +Kritica Singhal | Alessandra Como + Luisa Perrotta [ONLINE]
University of Salerno (concluded)

Discussion
STSM continues work?
How to connect the parametric design in this work?
How do you connect to terminology (patterns definitions)?
How can the typologies be characterized more analytically? How can we apply digital tools, as GIS, in our individual research?

13.00-14.00 – Lunch

14.00-16.00 – Workshop Session 2 – working in small groups
Preparation of small spin-off projects. Divide into groups – articles can be based on projects.

16.00-16.15 – Coffee Break

16.15-17:30 – Groups
Projects presentation developed in the small groups – receiving feedback from all participants.

Day 3: Friday, 30 September 2022
Session place: Auditorium 2

10.00-11.00 – Workshop Session 3
Doubts and questions. Completion of group work.

11.00-11:15 – Coffee break

11.15-13.00 – Workshop Final Session
GIS workshop summary: small groups presentations (started the day before and finished at the first session).
Suggest additional STSM for developing the small research/projects.

13.00-14.00 – Lunch

14.00-16.00 – WG1 Meeting: Round table & Final discussion
– Thinking about continues work continues workshop (physical), online workshop to continue the work
– Proposal for New STSM’s
– Framework of WG1’s publication on the Case Studies
– Proposals to follow up on the Atlas

16.00-16.15 – Coffee Break

16.30-18.00 – Guide tour to Axios Housing Complex by Dimosthenis Sakkos

20:00 – Closing Dinner

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