The 1st Co-design & co-creation Event of PULSE, titled “Investigating & Recording the Port-Cluster Landscape: Call for Words (CforW)”, has been held at DAD - UniGe on September 14th-15th, 2023.
KICK-OFF Event STRUCTURE & PROGRAM
First of three Co-design and Co-creation events planned for 2023 and 2024, "Investigating & Recording the Port-Cluster Landscape: Call for Words (CforW)" is the international KICK-OFF PULSE seminar based on debate and exchanges between different disciplines and between academia and institutional bodies on the topic of extended port cluster territories.
The event is held at the University of Genoa (IT), Department Architecture and Design - DAD.
14th and 15th September 2023
5 THEMATIC SECTIONS
01 | PULSE GUESTS KEY-NOTE LECTURES
This section includes lectures by external international guests who are experts in the event's themes.
The two KICK-OFF event lectures will be given by César Ducruet (CNRS, EconomiX laboratory, University of Paris-Nanterre) and Karel Van den Berghe (TU Delft).
02 | PULSE HOST INSTITUTION KEY-NOTE LECTURE
This section includes a lecture by lecturers from the Host Institution who are experts in the topics of the event. The KICK-OFF event lecture will be given by Carmen Andriani (UniGe-DAD).
03 | PULSE NETWORK
The section illustrates the national and international collaborations established by the PULSE project and functional to its implementation.
The KICK-OFF event will be attended by the Association of Italian Ports - Assoporti with the participation of Tiziana Murgia (Promotion and Communication Manager).
04 | PULSE PROGRESS & SoA
This section includes a report on the state of the art and progress of the PULSE research project held by the Principal Investigator.
05 | PULSE TALKS
The section includes the presentation of contributions selected through the PULSE Call for Contributions (CforC) "The Port-Cluster Landscape: New Words, New Maps, New Strategies" selected through a double blind peer-review process. Each presentation will be given by the author(s) in person for a maximum of 10 minutes and will serve to present the theme, methodology and expected outcomes of the proposed work.
The 15 contributions selected for the CforC will be presented in 3 sessions moderated by Host Instituion professors who will take part in the closing debate.
PULSE KICK-OFF Event Program
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