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[W000796] - REGIONAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENTREGIONAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
Giovanni MARINELLI
Lingua di erogazione: INGLESELessons taught in: ENGLISH
Laurea Magistrale - [IM14] ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Master Degree (2 years) - [IM14] INGEGNERIA PER L'AMBIENTE E IL TERRITORIO
Anno di corsoDegree programme year : 2 - Primo Semestre
Anno offertaAcademic year: 2018-2019
Anno regolamentoAnno regolamento: 2017-2018
Crediti: 6
Ore di lezioneTeaching hours: 48
TipologiaType: D - A scelta dello studente
Settore disciplinareAcademic discipline: ICAR/20 - TECNICA E PIANIFICAZIONE URBANISTICA

LINGUA INSEGNAMENTO LANGUAGE

INGLESE

English


MODALITÀ DI SVOLGIMENTO DEL CORSO DEVELOPMENT OF THE COURSE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE COURSE:
a-Lectures (32 hours), focus on basic concepts to: land use and settlements; infrastructures; urban sprawl; landscape; Housing, climate change; urban regeneration, energy policy, social innovation, blu and green infrastructure, reconstruction and urban and Territory safety.
b- Classroom work group (16 hours): The project work focus on the Italian "Inner areas" and the Regional strategy for build back

DEVELOPMENT OF THE COURSE:
a-Lectures (32 hours), focus on basic concepts to: land use and settlements; infrastructures; urban sprawl; landscape; Housing, climate change; urban regeneration, energy policy, social innovation, blu and green infrastructure, reconstruction and urban and Territory safety.
b- Classroom work group (16 hours): The project work focus on the Italian "Inner areas" and the Regional strategy for build back


RISULTATI DI APPRENDIMENTO ATTESI LEARNING OUTCOMES
Knowledge and Understanding.

The course provides knowledge about measuring, geo-referencing, analysis, management, visualization and publication of time and space varying information and environmental assessment procedures, criteria and procedures for environmental certification and management, environmental impact of engineering works and structures. Students will also have the opportunity to deepen the principles of territorial planning, the types of plans and the responsible local authorities.


Capacity to apply Knowledge and Understanding.

Students will be able to apply remote sensing and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) procedures and to apply environmental assessment, certification and management procedures, assess the environmental impact and territory transformation produced by the engineering works and systems designed. And then, depending on the training courses chosen, students will also be able to correctly understand complex urban and territorial phenomena, highlight critical elements and potential of the systems analyzed, propose alternative spatial and structural organization intervention scenarios.


Transversal Skills.

Autonomy of judgment
With regards to territory analysis and planning, graduates will have developed the ability to apply the knowledge and understanding gained in solving highly complex engineering problems: will be able to apply remote sensing and GIS procedures and environmental assessment, certification and management procedures, assess the environmental impact and territory transformation produced by the engineering works and systems designed. Communication skills
Students develops their communication skills in English during the entire training programme, with the ability to express themselves and communicate even in international contexts. They will have increased their communication skills such as correct expression and appropriate use of technical-scientific language. Learning ability


Knowledge and Understanding.

The course provides knowledge about measuring, geo-referencing, analysis, management, visualization and publication of time and space varying information and environmental assessment procedures, criteria and procedures for environmental certification and management, environmental impact of engineering works and structures. Students will also have the opportunity to deepen the principles of territorial planning, the types of plans and the responsible local authorities.


Capacity to apply Knowledge and Understanding.

Students will be able to apply remote sensing and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) procedures and to apply environmental assessment, certification and management procedures, assess the environmental impact and territory transformation produced by the engineering works and systems designed. And then, depending on the training courses chosen, students will also be able to correctly understand complex urban and territorial phenomena, highlight critical elements and potential of the systems analyzed, propose alternative spatial and structural organization intervention scenarios.


Transversal Skills.

Autonomy of judgment
With regards to territory analysis and planning, graduates will have developed the ability to apply the knowledge and understanding gained in solving highly complex engineering problems: will be able to apply remote sensing and GIS procedures and environmental assessment, certification and management procedures, assess the environmental impact and territory transformation produced by the engineering works and systems designed. Communication skills
Students develops their communication skills in English during the entire training programme, with the ability to express themselves and communicate even in international contexts. They will have increased their communication skills such as correct expression and appropriate use of technical-scientific language. Learning ability



PROGRAMMA PROGRAM

The course introduce the student to critical knowledge of the characteristics and the complex structure of the territory, compare the different disciplinary approaches, define the structure and settlement patterns results from a combination of economic, social, cultural and political dynamics.
Lectures (32 hours), focus on basic concepts to: land use and settlements; infrastructures; urban sprawl; landscape; Housing, climate change; urban regeneration, energy policy, social innovation, blu and green infrastructure, reconstruction and safety.
Topics of the course:
- Basic concepts and language of urban planning,
- The principles of the territorial Planning and their evolution;
- The levels of planning, types of plans, governance, policy maker, stakeholder and actors of regional planning and development;
- Multi levels of spatial planning: municipal, local, regional;
- geo-reference analysis of urban and territorial action;
- The main innovations on the territorial government;
- Case studies and good practices.

Classroom work group(16 hours):
The Project work focus on Italian “Inner areas” themes and Regional strategy to build back. Students analyze the territorial system, describe geo-reference analysis, provide critical interpretation of different aspects of the case study and define possible actions to urban and territorial planning

The course introduce the student to critical knowledge of the characteristics and the complex structure of the territory, compare the different disciplinary approaches, define the structure and settlement patterns results from a combination of economic, social, cultural and political dynamics.
Lectures (32 hours), focus on basic concepts to: land use and settlements; infrastructures; urban sprawl; landscape; Housing, climate change; urban regeneration, energy policy, social innovation, blu and green infrastructure, reconstruction and safety.
Topics of the course:
- Basic concepts and language of urban planning,
- The principles of the territorial Planning and their evolution;
- The levels of planning, types of plans, governance, policy maker, stakeholder and actors of regional planning and development;
- Multi levels of spatial planning: municipal, local, regional;
- geo-reference analysis of urban and territorial action;
- The main innovations on the territorial government;
- Case studies and good practices.

Classroom work group(16 hours):
The Project work focus on Italian “Inner areas” themes and Regional strategy to build back. Students analyze the territorial system, describe geo-reference analysis, provide critical interpretation of different aspects of the case study and define possible actions to urban and territorial planning


MODALITÀ DI SVOLGIMENTO DELL'ESAME DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXAMINATION
Learning Evaluation Methods.

Written text and classroom workgroup:
1) Written test is divided into five questions on topics covered in the course, 2) workgroup is based on qualitative synthetic judgment.


Learning Evaluation Criteria.

To positively pass the exam, the student has to demonstrate, through the above-mentioned tests, to be well acquainted with both concepts and use of the applicative tools of the Regional Planning and Development .


Learning Measurement Criteria.

Final mark, in thirtieths


Final Mark Allocation Criteria.

The final mark will be made by summing the marks of the written test and the judgment of the project work


Learning Evaluation Methods.

Written text and classroom workgroup:
1) Written test is divided into five questions on topics covered in the course, 2) workgroup is based on qualitative synthetic judgment.


Learning Evaluation Criteria.

To positively pass the exam, the student has to demonstrate, through the above-mentioned tests, to be well acquainted with both concepts and use of the applicative tools of the Regional Planning and Development .


Learning Measurement Criteria.

Final mark, in thirtieths


Final Mark Allocation Criteria.

The final mark will be made by summing the marks of the written test and the judgment of the project work



TESTI CONSIGLIATI RECOMMENDED READING

Moodle: https://learn.univpm.it/course/view.php?id=7733

- Astengo Giovanni (1966), «Urbanistica», in Enciclopedia Universale dell’arte, vol. XIV, Istituto per la collaborazione culturale, Venezia­Roma;
- Oliva Federico (2010), Città senza cultura. Intervista a Giuseppe Campos Venuti, Laterza, Bari
- Richard Rogers, (2008), Cities For A Small Planet, Basic Books;
- Ricky Burdett, Deyan Sudjic, (2011) Living in the Endless City: The Urban Age Project by the London School of Economics, Phaidon Press;
- Mohsen Mostafavi, Gareth Doherty, (2016), Ecological Urbanism, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design;
- F.Bronzini, et alii (2014), La misura del piano, Volume 2, Strumenti e Strategie, Gangemi Editore, Roma.
- Mario Cucinella, (2018), Arcipelago Italia. Progetti per il futuro dei territori interni del paese, Padiglione Italia, Biennale di Architettura, Quodlibet.

Other bibliography will be suggested and provided during the course

Moodle: https://learn.univpm.it/course/view.php?id=7733

- Astengo Giovanni (1966), «Urbanistica», in Enciclopedia Universale dell’arte, vol. XIV, Istituto per la collaborazione culturale, Venezia­Roma;
- Oliva Federico (2010), Città senza cultura. Intervista a Giuseppe Campos Venuti, Laterza, Bari
- Richard Rogers, (2008), Cities For A Small Planet, Basic Books;
- Ricky Burdett, Deyan Sudjic, (2011) Living in the Endless City: The Urban Age Project by the London School of Economics, Phaidon Press;
- Mohsen Mostafavi, Gareth Doherty, (2016), Ecological Urbanism, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design;
- F.Bronzini, et alii (2014), La misura del piano, Volume 2, Strumenti e Strategie, Gangemi Editore, Roma.
- Mario Cucinella, (2018), Arcipelago Italia. Progetti per il futuro dei territori interni del paese, Padiglione Italia, Biennale di Architettura, Quodlibet.

Other bibliography will be suggested and provided during the course


E-LEARNING E-LEARNING

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Scheda insegnamento erogato nell’A.A. 2018-2019
Le informazioni contenute nella presente scheda assumono carattere definitivo solo a partire dall'A.A. di effettiva erogazione dell'insegnamento.
Academic year 2018-2019

 


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