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The International Doctoral School of Future City and Architecture, organized by CAUP of Tongji University, is held on June 24 --July 6, 2019. This is the fourth International Doctoral School organized by the college after the success of the last three sessions in 2016-2018. The purpose of this activity is to improve the quality of doctoral students' education, to develop the academic vision of doctoral students, to strengthen the research ability of doctoral students, to promote the internationalization level of doctoral students' teaching, and to optimize the construction of doctoral training systems.
The International Doctoral School is composed of two parts, a workshop focusing on research proposal and method training, and a lecture series introducing research frontiers. This framework has clear goals: on one hand, to provide doctoral students with short-term high-intensity training for research proposals and research methods, especially for interdisciplinary research methods; on the other hand, famous experts at home and abroad are widely invited to convey the frontiers and innovative vision of academic research in the fields of architecture, urban planning and landscape through various forms of lectures and forums.
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There are 107 students participating this International Doctoral School, including 10 international PhD students from Illinois Institute of Technology, Universit脿 Iuav di Venezia, Pusan National University, Sapienza University of Rome, Technische Universit盲t Berlin, Technische Universit盲t Wien, University of Catania, University of Lyon & University of Montreal Joint Program, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and 30 PhD students from domestic universities like Beijing University of Technology, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Beijing Forestry University, Chongqing University, Southeast University, Harbin Institute of Technology, Henan Agricultural University, South China University of Technology, Kunming University of Science and Technology, Nanjing University, Tsinghua University, Shandong Jianzhu University, Shenzhen University, Shenyang Jianzhu University, Tianjin University, Wuhan University, Xi鈥檃n University of Architecture and Technology, Southwest Jiaotong University, Southwest Forestry University, City University of Hong Kong, Zhejiang University, Central Academy of Fine Arts. Also, there are 67 PhD students of Tongji University participating.
At the forum on research methodology, the host, Dr. Liu Kan introduced the content arrangement and training objectives of the research methodology workshop. Zhu Jieming, Tan Zheng and Chen Zheng explained the different methods of urban research from different perspectives.
This workshop offers the PhD. students intensified training on how to develop thesis proposals, using proper research methods and making clear and feasible research plans. The participants, divided into groups led by tutors, has visited and investigated four types of specific Shanghai urban spaces (Historical Space, Vertical Space, Waterfront Space and Suburban Space) one by one within four days, and are required to select one type of urban space as presumed research object for extended study. Each group of students collaborate to search for the reasonable research questions, applying interdisciplinary perspectives and methods, preparing the literature review, and proposing a systematic research plan as well as drawing a possible research conclusion.
The research object of the Historical Space is Columbia Circle. With a series of questions, tutors led the recruit students to Columbia Circle, and the Happy Lane renovation project, historical building area of Xinhua Road nearby. Students learned about the existing conditions and renovation methods of different historical districts. The status of different models allows students to recognize the many possibilities of historical buildings in the future development, and further stimulate new protection and development models to revive the historical space in the future.
The research of the vertical space started from the KPF and some high-rises nearby its office. The students firstly learned about the high-rises designed by KPF, both at home and abroad, such as Singapore Trading Center and Shanghai World Financial Center. Also, the students have a depth communication with designers in the KPF. Under the guidance of the designers, students, in turn, visited high-rises located in the surrounding. The one-day trip in the KPF helped the students to understand the vertical space concept which is a very interesting and rare experience.
The research of the waterfront space started from the Gubei Street to Middle Loop section of Suzhou Creek. Instructors and students in waterfront session approached their research by walking along the Suzhou Creek. They explored the history and civilization revolution in the Suzhou Creek Industrial Civilization Hall. Meanwhile, the team focused on keywords of waterfront space including public space, waterfront landscape, landmarks, building facade, programming, land use, etc. And they gradually found the issues along the Suzhou Creek during the city walk. Moreover, students realized the pivotal role of Suzhou Creek as the epitome of traditional industrial civilization in modern China.
The research of the suburban space mainly focused on small towns in suburban Shanghai, under the policy of 鈥渙ne city and nine towns鈥?in the 2001. Tutors led the recruit students to Anting New Town, Jiading Old Town, Jiading New City and Zhujiajiao Town. Students investigated the similarities and differences of architectural design patterns in China and German, and observed the public space, amenities and community services here. After that, students visited the Poly Theatre, Jiading Library and Jiading Museum for a better understanding of the surrounding context. The project focused on the evaluation of planning, design and implementation under the policy and changes in Anting New Town, and concentrated on the use of public facilities, the community vitality and the sense of identity of the residents.
After four days of urban space survey, the mid-term presentation is held in the afternoon of July 10 and the students and tutors are divided into four groups according to the research content. Each group are required to confirm their research object, proposing the possible research directions, and developing the proposal with the aid of tutors, thus initially framing the research question and structure.
The International Doctoral School provides various forms of lectures for the participants in the second week. 鈥淭he lecture series by Arata Isozaki鈥?is a great opportunity for students to comprehensively understand the broad academic vision of this important Japanese modern master on architectural and urban issues. In addition, there were also two more urban study forums in which have invited many experts as well.
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Apart from Prof. CHEN Zheng, Dr. Harry Den Hartog, Dr. HU Yanzhe, Prof. HUA Xiohong, Prof. LI Yingchun, Dean LI Zhenyu, Dr. LIU Kan, Prof. Placido Gonzalez, Dr. TAN Zheng, Prof. TIAN Weijia, Prof. ZHOU Minghao, Prof. ZHU Jieming of CAUP, many famous domestic and foreign scholars are invited to give lectures like Prof. Alan Balfour of School of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, Prof. Carlotta Fontana of Department of Architecture and Urban Studies at Politecnico di Milano, Dr. DU Peng- Visiting Professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Dr. Ivan Nio of Amsterdam University, Prof. Kheir Al-Kodmany of Spatial Planning and Urban Design at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Dr. Leopoldo Russo Ceccotti- Co-Founder of STRATIGRAFIE ca, Dr. Like Bijlsma of PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Prof. Marco Navarra of the University of Catania and founder of Studio Nowa, Dr. Marie-No褢l Tournoux- Deputy Director of WHITRAP Shanghai, Prof. Mauro Marzo of IUAV University of Venice, Prof. Ron Henderson of Landscape Architecture + Urbanism Program at Illinois Institute of Technology, Dr. Shirley Shuyi Xie of Politecnico di Milano, Arch. Wilson Rui Qian of AECOM, Arch. WU Huanyu of ECADI, Dr. Yunpeng Zhang of KU Leuven, ZhiZhe Yu- Managing Director at AI SpaceFactory, Dr. ZHOU Yin-Planner of Chengdu Institute of Planning & Design
The final presentation is held on July 13th, at the end of the whole program. The participants are required to present the whole package of the research proposal in a PPT format to the Jury within a limited period of time. The invited Jury included Prof. CAI Yongjie-Head of Architecture Department of Tongji University, Prof. Pl谩cido Gonz谩lez- Executive Editor of Built Heritage, Prof. HUA Xiahong from the College of Architecture and Urban Planning of Tongji University, Iris Belle-Assistant Professor from the College of Architecture and Urban Planning of Tongji University.
At the closing ceremony, the invited judges presented the certificates to the tutors and trainees who worked hard for the past ten days, and presented the awards to the four groups that won the results report. After the closing ceremony, all the teachers and students took a group photo in front of the entrance to the C building.
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Spatial Reconstruction and Local Memory Evolution of Modern Shanghai Garden Suburbs Area after the Social Relations transformation in 1950s: a case Study of Shangsheng-xinsuo
Win-win waterfront - study on the imbalance and segregation of Changfeng Suzhou creek waterfront space and the promotion strategy.
Mortazavian Seyedparham, 鐜嬩附鐟讹紝鐜嬬传鐬伙紝缈熷疂鏄曪紝Mandana Bafghinia (瀵煎笀: Harry den Hartog銆佸垬鍒娿€丩eopoldo Russo Ceccotti)
Speculation Practice in Residential Enclaves: Lessons from Anting New Town.