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April 11th, 2008
Transport Hubs as Innovation Hubs

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PR – 13th International
Conference on Urban
Planning, Transportation and Real Estate in Information and Knowledge
Society

REAL CORP
008: Transport Hubs as Innovation Hubs

13th International
Conference on Urban
Planning, Transportation and Real Estate in Information and Knowledge
Society

May 19th -21st 2008, Vienna International Airport

www.corp.at
(direct link for program: http://programm.corp.at/2008/CORP2008_program.pdf)

EARLY-BIRD
REGISTRATION
is still open until April 15th 2008 at www.corp.at

Would be great to welcome you to Vienna International Airport in
May!

 


About 100
presentations, round table discussions
and an attractive social
program
make CORP the biggest annual interdisciplinary
conference on the development of cities and regions in information and knowledge
society.
Urban Planning, Transport Planning, Real Estate
issues as well as tools and methods for planners are discussed.

Special workshops focus on "Airports and Climate Protection",
"System Dynamics" as well as "Safety and security in Cities and for critical
infrastructures".


REAL CORP 008:
Transport Hubs as Innovation Hubs

Transport hubs are nerve
centers of our modern mobile society and rapidly become economic centers – the
new "Airport Cities" are remarkable examples.

Where many people come together information and knowledge is
shared and new ideas are created, and so airports, train stations, motorway
rests become knowledge- and innovation hubs.

The international conference REAL CORP 008 focuses on these
21st-century-transport- and innovation-hubs that are exceptionally challenging
for urban and transport planning, architecture and real estate development.

Some of the questions to be dealt with:

  • How can the role of transport hubs as innovation hubs be
    improved?
  • Which technologies ensure the reliable functioning of the
    hubs and what further improvement is needed?
  • How can anticipatory planning ensure the sustainable
    development of those structures?
  • How can unmeant spatial developments be avoided and
    environmental impacts be dealt with?


General information on
CORP-conferences:

  • held annually since 1996, have become the biggest annual
    conference on "Urban Development in Information and Knowledge Society"
  • 450 participants from all over the world
  • 100+ presentations and workshops, social program, exhibition
  • experts and decision makers from private enterprises,
    politics, science and administration
  • all papers from 1996 on are published online at www.corp.at and
    can be downloaded for free


 



Let me take the opportunity to refer to two other extraordinary interesting upcoming
conferences:

The annual conference of
ISOCARP –
International Society of City and Regional Planners
will be held in China in
September:

URBAN GROWTH without Sprawl
44th ISOCARP
INTERNATIONAL PLANNING CONGRESS
19-23 September 2008, Dalian –
China
www.isocarp.org
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UPE 8, the 8th International Symposium of the
International Urban Planning and Environment Association
under the
topic
Parallel Patterns of Urban Growth and
Decline 
Sustainability Issues and Challenges for Spatial
Planning in 21st Century Cities and Regions
will be held from March
23rd – 26th 2009 in Kaiserslautern
/ Germany,
http://www.upe8.uni-kl.de/

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