Cluj, 17-18-19 April 2018
Structured around a working session and a public international lecture the seminar is dedicated to the role temporary use of vacant buildings can have in activating citizens, involving them in urban development and innovation. The main focus of the event will be how CA and urban authorities can operationally support and facilitate these kind of dynamics (bureaucratic and administrative framework, legal bindings, implementation tools, etc.), intercepting in particular younger generations.
17 April – Planning and reusing opportunities, objectives for competition and master planning
12.00 – 16.00 Opening of the meeting and first working session for EUCANET partners @ Transylvanian National Museum of History 16.00 – 19.00 Cluj-Napoca city walk Visits and on-site analysis of the local study cases: Firefighters' tower H33 – Social Innovation Hub Feroviarilor-Armatura Park Former Factory of Heavy Machinery Remarul
18 April – EUCANET at the Smart Cities Central & Eastern Europe Conference
9.00 – 12.00 Participation to the opening session of the Smart Cities CEE 13.45 – 16.00 - EUCANET workshop @ Smart Cities CEE Conference Reusing spaces - opportunities for developing the cities Dan Clinci – URBANNECT – EUCANET Expert Intelligent conversion of de-functionalised spaces – win-win-win for owners, creatives & the city Corrado Topi – Stockholm Environment Institute at the University of York – EUCANET expert The EUCANET perspective – how city agencies con contribute to urban development? Bianca Muntean - ARIES T Cluster Transilvanian Ecosystem in Smart City Context Anamaria Vrabie - Urban Economist, MKBT:Make Better The Playbook of Smart Cities: Lessons Learned from Shrinking Cities Marius Cristea - World Bank Romania The Development of „magnet cities” 17.00 – 19.00 Visit to Salina Turda as a successful example of reuse
19 April – EUCANET Partners session#2
9.00 - 12.00 Steering committee and closing session @ Transylvanian National Museum of History