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Project CitiSense: post-doctoral scholarship
Within the scope of the project CitiSense, a post-doctoral fellow will be hired. For more information on how to apply to the research fellowships (23rd January - 5th February), please follow this link
ebook DIFERENTES ABORDAGENS EM MORFOLOGIA URBANA (DIFFERENT APPROACHES IN URBAN MORPHOLOGY)
will be launched online on the 24th January (18:30). The ebook is edited by Vítor Oliveira and gathers texts by Frederico de Holanda, Ivor Samuels, Manoela Gimmler Netto, Maurício Polidori, Otávio Peres, Simone Safe, Stael Pereira Costa e Vítor Oliveira
The new number of the Revista de Morfologia Urbana
has been published in December 2017. The journal has the contribution of researchers from CITTA and it is a biannually on-line publication of the Portuguese-language Network of Urban Morphology / PNUM.
Transport, Energy and Urban Environment workshop
is organized under the research project TRAPHIC (Traffic related air pollution impacts on historic city centres, and will address the nedd for policy oriented integrated research on cities, energy and transport
EPUM - Emerging Perspectives on Urban Morphology
EPUM - Emerging Perspectives on Urban Morphology The University of Porto participates in the international project EPUM which aims at the integration of different approaches in Urban Morphology through education. UP is one of the 5 organizations that take part in the 28 months project, funded by the Erasmus + program of the European Union. Vítor Oliveira from CITTA / FEUP is representing the UP in the project
New research project 'MOBI-AGE: Promoting urban mobility in ageing population'
an explanatory project of 1 year will be coordinated by CITTA, and financed by FCT (reference: MIT-EXPL/STS/0065/2017)
Project CitiSense /Research fellowships
Within the scope of the project CitiSense, a post-doctoral fellow will be hired. For more information on how to apply to the research fellowships, please follow this link
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