Monthly Archives: March 2014

EGBERT STOLK: What’s design: an introduction

In this presentation, Egbert Stolk discusses various understandings of design and how these understandings are present in Urbanism.

Pages from Egbert Stolk WHATS DESIGN

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This is a lecture by Arie Romein, senior researcher at OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment. It discusses the steps between problem analysis towards conceptual model.


Pages from Arie Romein PROBLEM ANALYSIS Conceptual Model

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ALEXANDER WANDL: Introduction to Geodesign

This is a presentation by Alexander Wandl, PhD candidate at the Chair of Environmental Technology and Design of the Department of Urbanism. It is a detailed introduction on GEODESIGN.

Pages from Alexander Wandl GEOMATICS

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EGBERT STOLK: URBAN DESIGN: Types of urban design, areas of concentration, and approaches to study design

This is a lecture given by EGBERT STOLK on Urban design: Types of urban design, areas of concentration, and approaches to study design.

Pages from Egbert Stolk URBAN DESIGN

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Typical elements of a research project

This is a presentation on basic elements of a research project at the Urbanism Master programme of the TU Delft.

Connecting Questions and answers

This is a presentation on general issues of methodology in the human sciences applied to an education in Urbanism. Our position is that in order to design and plan our cities and regions, students and professionals must underpin their assumptions with solid research. There are basic criteria for any academic endeavour and a set of basic elements in any research project.  This presentation discusses these issues and suggests ways to go about the initial literature research. (this presentation is directed to TU Delft Urbanism students).

Two lectures on the ETHICAL DIMENSION of Urbanism

Ethics

Lectures given by Professor Peter Kroes and Dr. Stefan Kroller of TBM (Faculty of Technology Policy and Management of the TU Delft) for the Urbanism Methodology course. This is an  introduction to ethics and engineering which enquiries into the moral dimensions of planning and design and discusses issues like the “just city” and procedural justice.

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Peter Kroes Elementary introduction to ethics (and engineering)

Stefan Koller Ethics of Urbanism Feb 2014

For more information on ETHICS in engineering, please visit the

Ethics/Philosophy of Technology website HERE

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