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07.08.2017 - 15.08.2017

Hamburg-Copenhagen Urban Challenge

Summer School
Location: HCU Hamburg, Überseeallee 16, 20457 Hamburg
Organizer: HCU Hamburg, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen Business School

The Hamburg-Copenhagen Urban Challenge is offered simultaneously by HafenCity University Hamburg, Technical University of Denmark and Copenhagen Business School. Students from all three universities are taught together spending two weeks in Hamburg and two weeks in Copenhagen.

The vision of the Hamburg-Copenhagen Urban Challenge is to create a trans-disciplinary, cross-institutional, and cross-cultural learning experience for students, researchers, and practitioners that build capacity to identify and solve complex urban issues sustainably and collaboratively across sectors.

Cities are considered to be the melting pots of modern society - the proximity and density of people and organisations tend to foster innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship. One of the biggest challenges in the 21st century is to plan urbanised areas and to design public policies in such a manner that they facilitate thriving businesses, organisations and people, while addressing global environmental and social challenges. At the same time numerous companies cater to the growing demands of urban citizens and local city governments in everything from fast moving consumer goods to housing, infrastructure and energy. The challenge is to balance the many public and private expectations on urban space, - without losing sight of urban sustainability. Thus, the Hamburg-Copenhagen Urban Challenge takes a citywide and regional development perspective on public, private, and nonprofit sector actions that shape solutions to the most pressing issues of today’s societies.

The course will take place in Hamburg and Copenhagen and Hamburg. The dates are:

Hamburg: August 7th – August 15th, 2017
Travel Day: August 16th, 2017
Copenhagen: August 17th – August 25th, 2017

The Urban Challenge is supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements. However, we do provide a student travelling grant of 275 EURO per student. Course contents are innovative, practice-oriented and trans-disciplinary. Student performance will be assessed according to learning objective specific to their home institutions.

Public Part of the Program
Tuesday, 15. 08. 2017, 10:00 - 12:00 h: Poster Exhibition

Hamburg

Organizer: HCU Hamburg, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen Business School
Ansprechpartner(in): Prof. Dr. Jörg Knieling, Kimberley Tatum, HCU Hamburg, Urban Planning and Regional Developement
E-Mail: joerg.knieling(at)hcu-hamburg.de kimerley.tatum(at)hcu-hamburg.de
Link: www.urbanchallengealliance.com/
11.08.2017 - 19.08.2017

Biss 2017: City Elements - Infrastructure and Networks Shaping Harbour Areas

Summer School
Location: HCU Hamburg, Überseeallee 16, 20457 Hamburg
Organizer: HCU Hamburg; Aaalto University, Helsinki; Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg; u. v. a.

"Think the link" - 3rd Baltic International Summer School 2017

Think links in collaboration with Students of disciplines of the built environment! A specific reference to Hamburg as harbor City is platform for the interdisciplinary project and the topic for 2017 "City Elements - Infrastructure and Networks Shaping Harbour Areas".

The third Baltic International Summer School 2017 (B.I.S.S.) at the HCU in Hamburg aims at a continuous academic exchange and presents a broader perspective on education and practice in the context of disciplines of built environment. The B.I.S.S. 2017 is a part of the project BeInterBaltic which is implemented within the ERASMUS+ program strategic partnerships.

The third B.I.S.S. will be followed by an interested audience from the public, press, politics as well as national and international experts. This year, in order to keep focus in our international approach, the presence of the Copenhagen architect Tina Saaby is trying to be confirmed.

Participants
60 students / interdisciplinary and international student groups (architecture, engeeniring, urban planning, related disciplines: design, art).

Public Final Representation
Saturday, 19. 08. 2017
With interested guests from the press, the politics, local and international experts.

Public Key Notes
Friday, 11. 08. 2017, 18:30 h:  Sheila Kennedy (MIT Chicago)
Sunday, 13. 08. 2017, 18:30 h: N. N.
Tuesday, 15. 08. 2017, 18:30 h: Nina Rappaport (New York)

For further Information see www.hcu-hamburg.de/biss

Organizer: HCU Hamburg; Aaalto University, Helsinki; Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg; u. v. a.
Ansprechpartner(in): Emiliya Popova, M. Sc., HCU Hamburg, Project Coordinator BISS 2017, BeInterBaltic, Inno-BSR
Telefon: +49 (0)40 / 42827 - 5236
E-Mail: emiliya.popova(at)hcu-hamburg.de

Downloads: fileadmin/documents/Universitaet/Veranstaltung/2017/Flyer_BISS_2017_web.pdf