CFP: Post-War Urban Heritage in Central-Eastern Europe, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 9 Oct. 2015

Doctoral conference organized under the auspices of the Department of Urban Planning and Design, Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME).
The urb/doconf 2015 is the first in a series of a doctoral conference and dedicated to Post-War Urban Heritage in Central-Eastern Europe. In order to compare different perspectives, we welcome papers examining the physical environment under the following topics:
mass housing
recreational areas
industrial sites
(in)formal urban networks
Those invited include doctoral researchers, PhD candidates and post-doctoral researchers (maximum five years after obtaining the doctorate degree) specializing in architecture, urban design, urban planning or landscape architecture. The deadline of submitting abstracts is 30 April 2015. Please find further details in the attached document or on the website:
All accepted abstracts will be reviewed and published in the Book of Abstracts. Selected authors will be invited for review to submit their full papers to the open-access scientific journal Periodica Polytechnica Architecture (
The conference will take place on 9 Oct 2015 at the BME, Budapest. Participation at the conference is free of charge.

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