abstracts accepted

Thanks for your abstract submissions. We had more than 60 proposals from different
Graduate Schools in architecture / urbanism.

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Abstracts accepted for paper (deadline July 15) and presentation on the DOCONF2021 (October 8-9):

 name Graduate School (GS) field of the GS  2nd Author title session
Al-Bashtawi Mihaela School for Doctoral Studies in Urban planning,  Faculty of Urban planning,  University  of Architecture and Urban planning “Ion Mincu “, Bucharest, Romania urban design An Approach of Urban Regeneration in the Case of the Romanian Dense Housing Districts 01
Antonenko Nadiia Department of Innovative Technologies in Architecture, Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, Ukraine architecture Rebooting the post-Soviet southern cities of Ukraine: from research to participation (as part of the work of the interdisciplinary platform for territorial development CO-URBANISM) 02
Antonić Branislav University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture, Serbia urbanism Reviving the Shrinking Towns Built in Socialism in the Lower Danube Region in Serbia by Utilising their Modernist Urban Heritage 02
Antypenko Hlib Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture KHARKIV LARGE HOUSING ESTATES AND THEIR URBAN CENTERS 01
Babos Annamária Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture KEY CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTING THE COHOUSING MODEL IN CEE COUNTRIES – COMPARISON THE SITUATION OF HUNGARY AND POLAND 05
Balla Regina Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture The key drivers of progressive renewals, comparing three middle-class large housing estates in Budapest, Hungary 01
Bene Bence Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture DIFFERENT TERRAIN – DIFFERENT WARFARE: Resilience of mass housing neighbourhoods from different epochs in an event of an uprising 04
Bertyák Ágnes Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture Population retention and tourism development opportunities of the settlements of the Őrség 02
Boranieva Ana Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona, Spain urbanism IN THE SHADOW OF SKOPJE’S RAILWAY ARTEFACT The interscalar character of the artefact as a  condition for constructing new centrality. 04
Borushkina Sofia Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, Politecnico di Milano, Italy architecture Effects of Top-Down Large-Scale Urban Interventions: the Moscow Housing Renovation program 01
Chudý Ondřej Department of building theory, Faculty of architecture, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic urbanism Tichý David Value and financial valuation of the transformation of modernistic housing estates structure 04
Csaba Timea Doctoral School of Earth Sciences, Department of Human Geography and Urban Studies, Institute of Geography, Faculty of Sciences, University of Pécs, Hungary urbanism Social urban rehabilitation: symptoms of post-socialist urban development. The relation between participatory planning and community resilience in segregated neighbourhoods 05
Dantas Gabriel Department of Urban Planning, Faculty of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism, Doctoral School of Landscape Architecture and Landscape Ecology, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Hungary urban planning Dr. Nagy Ildikó Réka The Adaptive Process of Urban Forms: Case Study of the 9th District of Budapest 04
DongGe Ning Department of Garden Art, Faculty of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism, Szent István University, Hungary landscape architecture Fekete Albert Protection and rehabilitation of traditional settlements in the Xiangjiang river basin, Hunan Province, China 06
Dragovic Sonja Department of Architecture and Urbanism, School of Technology and Architecture, ISCTE – Lisbon University Institute, Portugal architecture Building resilience by contesting urban planning priorities and procedures: the struggle to preserve hotel “Podgorica” 04
Dragutinovic Anica Department of Architectural Engineering + Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft, Netherland architecture Pottgiesser Uta Regenerative Design and Co-Commitment as Decisive Factors in Mass Housing Revitalisation: The Case of New Belgrade Common Spaces 05
Galos Diana Faculty of Architecture and urban Planning, Technical University Cluj-Napoca, Romania architecture Urban housing in the countryside – community building and real estate policies 05
Gladkova Ekaterina INRTU, Faculty of architecture, Russia urban planning Kozlov Valerii Urban planning concepts for the renovation of microdistricts in the 1950s-70s: the result of a workshop in Irkutsk 01
Grabowska-Ropek Dominika Urban Design and Spatial Planning Department, Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland urban design Jankowska Maria Post-pandemic urban planning rules – future predictions 04
Győrffy Rachel Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Doctoral School, Hungary architecture Towards a Potemkin City 04
Hajdu Marcell Bauhaus-University Weimar, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism, DFG Research Training Group 2227 “Identity and Heritage”, Germany urbanism Fragmenting Emptiness: Ecological and democratic resilience of post-socialist public spaces in contemporary Budapest 04
Hajduková Romana Institute of Urban Design and Planning, Faculty of Architecture and Design STU in Bratislava, Slovakia urbanism Sopirová Alžbeta Brownfields and green infrastructure in region of “triangle of death” 02
Klaniczay János Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture A comparative analysis of two socialist housing estates from the ’50s and ’70s in Budapest – Measuring architectural experience during urban walking tours 03
Klepej David Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia urban planning Marot Naja Planning Urban Tourism Infrastructure in Post-War Socialist Slovenia 06
Kocić Dragana Architecture, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad, Serbia architecture Creation of identity, new spatial manifesto 03
Kozlova Lyudmila IRNITU, Irkustk, Russia architecture Malko Anastasia Revival of Public Spaces in mass housing of 1950-80s: Experience and Prospects of Akademgorodok district in Irkutsk 03
Lemak Olena  Institute of Urban Design and Planning, Faculty of architecture and design, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia urban planning Vitková Ľubica Transformation of the Danube recreational areas 06
Losonczy Anna Kornélia Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture Rákospalota vs. Újpalota – changing centrality of District XV, Budapest 02
Malk Mattias Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Estonian Academy of Arts, Estonia urbanism With or Without You – The Local Significance of Rail Baltic in Shrinking Towns 02
Mándoki Réka Future Infrastructure and Built Environment CDT, Engineering Department, University of Cambridge, UK architecture Orr John How to create sustainable mass-produced buildings? – Lessons learnt from the post-socialist urban heritage 01
Maric Jelena University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture, Departman for Urbanism, Serbia urbanism 04
Matrouk Rania The Doctoral School of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture Maiteh Shaha Urban resilience to pandemics in post-socialist cities: A comparative study between the courtyard block and panel housing 04
Mitrović Nikola Department of Urbanism, Faculty of Architecture , University of Belgrade, Serbia urbanism Djukić Aleksandra Mapping informal changes – new meanings and new patterns of usage of mega blocks: case study New Belgrade 01
Molnárová Jitka Building theory department, Faculty of architecture, CTU Prague, Czech Republic urban design 01
Nevescanin Antonio Department of History of Architecture, Heritage Conservation and Urban Regeneration, Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning, Lodz University of Technology, Poland architecture Urban Regeneration of The Socialist Modernist Housing Neighbourhoods in Poland and Croatia 01
Nóblega Carriquiry Andrea Department of Geography, Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain urban planning Celaya Alvarez Amaia Urban Resilience in post-Soviet built environment renewals: the case study of Yakutsk 04
Novotná Mária Institute of History and Theory of Architecture and Monument Restoration, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia architecture Innovations in Mountain Architecture of 20th century 06
Perényi Flóra Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture Experimental architecture – examinaon of Hungarian campings through the examples of two different styles 06
Piotrowska Zofia Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland architecture Reimagining housing cooperatives in Central and Eastern Europe – the transformation of the post-socialist legacy and the strategies for the future. 05
Pirity Adam Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture Mass housing – Mass planning 01
Popa Andreea Catalina University of Architecture and Urbanism Ion Mincu, Romania urbanism Shrinking cities on the Romanian side of the Danube river 02
Sámson Kinga Department of Public Building Design, Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture Vannay Miklós Ágoston Hungarian amusement parks from the fifties to nowadays 06
Shkurko Marianna Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism, Faculty of Urban and Regional Development, Higher School of Economics, Russia urban planning Karaselnikova Irina (Non)residential: Pathways of Commercial Activity Development in Post-Soviet Microrayons 03
Silva Bárbara Mylena Delgado Doctoral School of Landscape Architecture and Landscape Ecology – Magyar Agrár- és Élettudományi Egyetem, Hungary landscape architecture Karlócainé Bakay Eszter People’s parks, an analysis about post-socialist large parks. 03
Sirjani Amir Hossein Department of Urban Planning and Design,  Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary architecture Szabó Árpád The Post-public Environment: Transformations of public spaces in Post-Socialist housing estates in Budapest 06
Stadnikov Vitaly The National Research University Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Urban and Regional Development, Programme Urban Development and Spatial Planning, Russia architecture Beloslyudtseva Yulia Problems of land division as an essential instrument of regulation and urban regeneration in post-Soviet Russia 05
Swiderski Maciej Faculty of Humanities (Heriland project), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherland urbanism Heritage-inspired local knowledge as a tool for planning the future of late-modernist housing estates. 01
Togtokhbayar Munkh-Erdene BME, Doctoral School of Architecture, Residential building department, Hungary architecture Tamás Perényi POST SOCIALIST URBAN HOUSING FORM: MORPHOLOGICAL PATTERN OF INFORMAL SETTLEMENT IN ULAANBAATAR 01
Tumureeva Mariia Faculty of Architecture, Construction and Design, Russia urban planning Kozlov Valery Novo-Lenino district in Irkutsk city as a post-socialist model of transformation 04