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Speakers & Partners 

Join our second co-creative workshop as part of the NTNU fremtidens campus

SPAS Workshop 2023

SPAS Workshop 2023

Our Partners

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StudyTrondheim, Trondheim Kommune

"StudyTrondheim is a collaboration between the students, educational institutions, Sit, Trondheim municipality, Trondheim City Council, and the business community, with an aim of making Trondheim an even better city for students. (...) The collaboration is working to better the cooperation between its participants, and to create structural permanent changes that will develop Trondheim as a student city."

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Student Parliament

"The Student Parliament is the highest student body at NTNU and speaks on behalf of all NTNU students. The Student Parliament consists of 25 representatives from Trondheim, Gjøvik and Ålesund. In the Student Parliament meetings, policies are adopted that apply to all NTNU students. The Student Parliament elects a working committee that works with the policies of the Student Parliament, being the "voice of the students" at NTNU's management level."

Student Welfare Organisation

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"Sit Studentsamskipnaden helps ensure that students thrive in the study cities, and that more people want to study here.

 

In collaboration with the students, they develop attractive welfare offers and goods and services that they need. They support for the students' culture of volunteering and a close collaboration with the students and the educational institutions are the cornerstones of their work."

Our Speakers 

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Peter Gotsch

Professor for Sustainable Urban Development in the Global South, 

Department of Architecture and Planning, NTNU

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Milagros Hurtig

PhD candidate in at the department for Design at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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Axel Tjora

Professor of sociology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Chair of the Sociology Clinic

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Andrea Valladares

PhD candidate in at the department for Design at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology

The Hosts and Organizers

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Peter Andreas Gotsch 

Professor for Sustainable Urban Development in the Global South, 

Department of Architecture and Planning, NTNU

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Vija Viese

Project Assistant,

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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Sara Hafezi

Project Assistant,

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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Marcela Moraga Zarate

Project Assistant,

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

SPAS Workshop 2021

SPAS Workshop I 2021

Partnering and networking are the core strategies of the SPAS project. The event aimed to promoting multidisciplinary and co-creation while forging a new community and practice on the relevance of shared open spaces. Local and external guest speakers that joined us in this first version of the SPAS workshop have backgrounds in academia and civil society.

The M.Sc. programme in Urban Ecological Planning at the NTNU Department of Architecture and Planning hosted this event alongside its two main partners: The "Study Trondheim" and the "European Placemaking Network". 

Our Partners

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StudyTrondheim, Trondheim Kommune

"StudyTrondheim is a collaboration between the students, educational institutions, Sit, Trondheim municipality, Trondheim City Council, and the business community, with an aim of making Trondheim an even better city for students. (...) The collaboration is working to better the cooperation between its participants, and to create structural permanent changes that will develop Trondheim as a student city."

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Placemaking Europe

Placemaking Europe is "a network of hundreds of placemakers primarily based and working in Europe, and also the proud community behind Placemaking Week Europe." The European placemakers "connect to share our experiences, develop tools, champion each other, and work together to make great places. We are so excited to welcome you to the community."

Our Speakers 

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Jeff Hou

Professor of Landscape Architecture, 

Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Urban Design & Planning, 

University of Washington

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Ayanda Roji 

Centre on African Public Spaces; Head of Research and Knowledge Management at the City of Johannesburg’s Parks and Zoo agency

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Arunava Dasgupta

Associate Professor of Urban Design, School of Planning and Architecture New Delhi

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Ann Marit Longva

Leader of Study Trondheim,

Trondheim Kommune 

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Øystein Ask

Architect and City Planner

at Trondheim Kommune

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Tina Larsen

Pådriv Trondeim

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Roland Krebs

Superwien, 

Placemaking Europe

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Päivi Raivio, 

Urban designer and Placemaker,

Co-founder of RaivioBumann and Parkly

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Hans Karssenberg

Founding partner at STIPO Rotterdam, Board member at Placemaking Europe

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Steffen Wellinger

Professor of architecture at the NTNU Department of architecture and planning;

Coordinator of the NTNU Live Studio

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Lina Naoroz Bråten

PhD candidate in Urban Planning

at the NTNU Department

of Architecture and Planning

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Shayesteh Shahand 

MSc candidate in Urban Ecological Planning at NTNU

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Patric Wallin

Patric is an Associate Professor

at the NTNU Department of Education and Lifelong Learning

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Anna Louise Bradley

Urban researcher and network manager at STIPO Rotterdam

The Hosts and Organizers

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Peter Andreas Gotsch 

Professor for Sustainable Urban Development in the Global South, 

Department of Architecture and Planning, NTNU

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Ann Marit Longva

Leader of Study Trondheim,

Trondheim Kommune 

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Ursula Sokolaj

Project Assistant,

Norwegian University of Science and Technology & Study Trondheim

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Bruna Rohling

Project Assistant,

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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