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1 Des
12:00 - 13:15

large auditorium

Day 1: Do you want to go on exchange?

Then you should come to the large auditorium and listen to a short presentations by our incoming exchange students and returning exchange students. They will talk about and show some images from their study period at our partner schools. 1200-1215      Marius Haugum – KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden 1215-1230 &...

Then you should come to the large auditorium and listen to a short presentations by our incoming exchange students and returning exchange students. They will talk about and show some images from their study period at our partner schools.

1200-1215      Marius Haugum – KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

1215-1230      Kjartan Neckelmann – Bauhaus Universität Weimar, Germany

1230-1245      Jonas Høiness – University of Ljubljana, Slovenia 

1245-1300      Leonie Overmeire – Ku Leuven, Belgium

1300-1315      Emelie Mason and Milan Delbecke – University of Antwerp, Belgium

Image by Pam Patterson from Pixabay

2 Des
12:30 - 14:30

small auditorium

Open lecture "public space" by Frode F. Jacobsen

Frode F.Jacobsen is social anthropologist and will give a lecture on social science approach for the diploma students, but the lecture is open to all interested! Welcome!

Frode F.Jacobsen is social anthropologist and will give a lecture on social science approach for the diploma students, but the lecture is open to all interested! Welcome!

2 Des
12:00 - 13:00

large auditorium

Day 2: Do you want to go on exchange?

Come by the auditorium and listen to school presentations by our incoming and returning exchange students. Program 1200-1215      Tim Bögli – FHNW Basel, Switzerland  1215-1230      Tova Laurell – Lunds University, Sweden  1230-1245      Lovisa Andersseon – Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden 1245...

Come by the auditorium and listen to school presentations by our incoming and returning exchange students.

Program

1200-1215      Tim Bögli – FHNW Basel, Switzerland 

1215-1230      Tova Laurell – Lunds University, Sweden 

1230-1245      Lovisa Andersseon – Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

1245-1300      Adam Jaghouar – ENSAP LA Villette, Paris, France

Image from stokpic from Pixabay

7 Des
19:00 - 20:30

Landmark

BAS and BAF OPEN EVENING EVENT At Landmark, 

PROJECT STORIES #9 PROJECT STORIES, and Book Launch Project Stories is an architecture talk series which takes an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the stories of built projects to offer an insight into the nature of architectural practice today. BOOK LAUNCHAfter a successful launch of the first volume in the Project Stories book series, we are happy [&...

PROJECT STORIES #9 PROJECT STORIES, and Book Launch

Project Stories is an architecture talk series which takes an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the stories of built projects to offer an insight into the nature of architectural practice today.

BOOK LAUNCH
After a successful launch of the first volume in the Project Stories book series, we are happy to launch the second volume featuring the amazing work of BARarchitekten (DE), Francesca Torzo Architetto (IT) and Wolff Architects (SA).

PROJECT STORIES #9
Aixopluc is an architecture company committed to making the earth more hospitable, with a steady focus on ecology and innovation. We build together with you in order to improve your life, the health of your built habitats and the ecosystems they are part of.

We do this through four differentiated branches -Practice, Research & Development, Community making and Teaching.

Aixopluc is the catalan word for shelter.

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Project Stories is co-hosted by the Bergen School of Architecture (BAS) and Bergen Arkitektforening (BAF).

The series is curated by Cristian Stefanescu (Assistant Professor, BAS and owner of a-works | architecture + art).
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Image Credits
a-works | Project Stories Vol.2 Cover
Aixopluc | JEC House
Photo by José Hevia

14 Des
12:00 - 13:00

large auditorium, BAs

Open lecture “Sustainability and resilience in social-ecological systems” by Inger Måren

This lecture is aimed at the upcoming diploma students as preparation, but is of course open to all interested. Inger Måren, Associate Professor UiB, UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Heritage and Environmental Management BIO: I hold a PhD in Plant Ecology from the Department of Biology, University of Bergen (2009). I currently ...

This lecture is aimed at the upcoming diploma students as preparation, but is of course open to all interested.

Inger Måren, Associate Professor UiB, UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Heritage and Environmental Management

BIO: I hold a PhD in Plant Ecology from the Department of Biology, University of Bergen (2009). I currently work at the Department of Biological Sciences and in 2017 I was appointed UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Heritage and Environmental Management - Nature and Culture.

My research focuses on the dynamics in coupled human and natural systems, including sustainable development, natural resource management, agro-biodiversity, sustainable land use, ecosystem services, agroecology, and food security. I work with colleagues across the social and natural sciences to elucidate links between anthropogenic activities and the environment, in Europe, as well as in Asia, North-America and Africa. I seek to gain multifaceted knowledge within ecology and associated disciplines to investigate social-ecological complexities. In addition to a PhD in ecology I have completed a minor in Social Anthropology, and the cross-disciplinary courses Ecology and Development and Resource Management and Environmental Conservation.

As the UNESCO Chair at UiB, I'm currently working on the establishment of Norway's first Biosphere Area - Nordhordland Biosphere Area - under UNESCO's Man and The Biosphere-programme.

I work mostly in cross-disciplinary projects, and have taken part in several collaborative multidisciplinary research and education activities:

  • Scientific coordinator for the Nile Basin Research Programme 2009 (www.nile.uib.no) - working group on Biodiversity and Land Use Change, Uni Research.
  • Scientific coordinator of Bergen Summer Research School 2013 (www.uib.no/rs/bsrs) – organizing PhD courses on Food as a Global Development Challenge for 70 students, UiB Global.
  • Lecturer and supervisor on the NOMA (NOrad MAster) Programme 2010-2014, Regional Master Program in Biodiversity and Environmental Management, lectured three cohorts and supervised 6 Master students.
  • Member of the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food and Environment (VKM) (2015 - p.d.)
  • UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Heritage and Environmental Management - Nature and Culture, appointed by UNESCO 1st Feb 2017