Blitz-Workshop Proactive Resili(g)ence
In this framework the Blitz-Workshop Proactive Resili(g)ence, open to different participants, wanted to be an occasion of share concepts and ideas about the notions of Advanced Urbanism and Resili(g)ence: a collective brainstorming between scholar units, firms, experts and students, understood as a first kick-off to prepare the posterior Summer School Workshop to be developed in the spring period. Guided by the different members of the KAAU Consortium and their associated tutors, every unit has the opportunity to launch (and receive) inputs in the fields of the new data mapping, the digital real-time recording, the apps urban incidence and urbaneuticdevelopment, the collective and social bottom-up dynamics, the Recycle and Re-Citying conscience and, evidently, the capacity to imagine new environmental, resilient and qualitative contexts.
Proactive Resili(G)ence BLITZ-INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP October, 28th 2016 FINAL CONSIDERATIONS In synergy with the contents presented in the International Symposium Med.Net.3 Resili(g)ence, the first BLITZ-INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOPProactive Resili(G)ence (October, 28th 2016) was conceived as one day of exchanges between students, firm-experts and academic staff as an intense productive brain-storming to share knowledge and launch first in-puts for the next Summer School to be released in June 2017: every unit developed different intuitions and inspirations – concretized in a one-day POSTER format– to communicate key-concepts able to translate the combination intelligence and resilience for the urban contexts, in the framework of an advanced approach, called to sensitize cities and citizens. Different issues and out-puts were concretize, in this meeting between KA-AU Units and Students. A– Digital (& data-processing) innovation > PROCESSES & RECORDS KAAU UNITS Andrea Caridi– DARTS + Tutor Assistant ÀfricaSabéDausà, Claudia Rosello– Santa y Cole + Tutor Assistant Luis Falcón, Silvia Banchini– IN-ATLAS + Tutor Assistant In the context of a change of paradigms (from fixed representations to dynamic and evolutionary maps)and in the framework of the use of digital technologies and dynamic open-processes (digital software and multilayer & informational processes) students and tutors synthesized in a communicative and advise way, different approaches and discussions associated to the capacity the use of the new Real Time Data Technologies in urban and territorial resilient contexts. Outputs: real-time records & open-processes / data-visualisation, data-orientation, data-applications.
- HOW TO COMBINE THE USE OF THE NEW TECHNOLOGIES WITH AN URBAN RESILIENT PREVENTION?
- HOW TO MIXED OLD DESIGNS AND NEW INTERFACES?
- HOW TO COMBINE RESILIENCE CONTEXT MANAGEMENT WITH PUBLIC AND VISITING APP.ATTRACTORS?
- HOW TO MIXED OLD CITIES AND NEW DATA?
- HOW TO CHANGE THE PERCEPTION OF URBANBIGDATA FOR THE DESIGN OF THE CITY?
- HOW TO PROCESS THE DATA TO CREATE NEWSPATIAL CONFIGURATIONS?
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B– Environmental (& eco-systemic) innovation > NETWORKS & SYSTEMS KAAU UNITS ElodieNourrigat, Jacques Brion, Guillamue Giraud – ENSAM + Tutor Assistant AretiMarkopoulou, Chiara Farinea– IAAC + Tutor Assistant In the context of a change of paradigms (from land-uses planning to land-networked strategies) andin the framework of new approaches to complex structures and integrative networked-systems (multilayer informational programs, relational & responsive territorial structures)students and tutors synthesized in a communicative and advise way, different approaches and discussions associated to to the capacity to work with integrative networks in urban and territorial resilient contexts. Outputs: strategic scenarios / operational systems, strategic concepts
- HOW TO MIXED SOCIAL NETWORKS AND PHYSICAL NETWORKS?
- HOW TO COMBINE SENSORIZED ENVIRONMENTS WITH SENSIBLE (& SENSUAL) CONTEXTS?
- HOW TO WORK WITH URBAN GROWTHS AND NATURAL CROWNS?
- HOW TO MAKE PEOPLE COME TO THE SENSORSIN THE URBAN SPACE?
- HOW TO INTERPRET THE SENSOR DATA TO READTHE CITY?
- HOW TO CHOOSE BETWEEN STATIC OR MOBILESENSORS IN THE READING OF THE CITY?
C– Social (& bottom-up creating) innovation > ACTIONS, OPERATIONS, IMAGINARIES KAAU UNITS AndreuUlied– MCRIT + Tutor Assistant Judith Sykes, Oliver Broadbent – USP + Tutor Assistant In the context of a change of paradigms ( from participation to co-production ) and in the framework of new phenomena of social sharing dynamics and new collective behaviours /relational structures – interactive experiences, active public & spatial devices and/or programs) students and tutors synthesized in a communicative and advise way possibilities, different approaches and discussions associated to the emergency of social and collective relationship and sharing actions and imaginaries in urban and territorial resilient contexts. Outputs: collective actions / interactive interfaces / relational programs & imaginaries
- HOW TO PASS FROM THE VULNER-ABILITY TO THE ADAPT-ABILITY?
- HOW TO WORK WITH NEW RECYCLE –AND RECITYING– PROCESSES?
- HOW TO REFLECT IN A SOCIAL DIMENSION THE NEW REACTIVE AND RESPONSIVE CHANGE-CONDITIONS?
- HOW TO CHANGE THE NEW PUBLIC SPACESFROM STATIC TO ADAPTIVE?
- HOW TO PROCESS INFORMATION IN NEWDESIGN CODES?
- HOW TO MIXED OLD ACTION ON NEWIMAGINARY SCENARIOS?