GSU announces two scholarships to participate in IAAC Global Summer School Moscow that will take place in Shukhov Lab from 3 to 16 July
As part of the promotion campaign of GSU new master’s programme ‘City and Technologies: Prototyping Future Cities, we are happy to announce two scholarships to participate in IAAC Global Summer School Moscow that will take place in Shukhov Lab from 3 to 16 July.
The Graduate School of Urbanism of the National Research University - Higher School of Economics (Moscow) is starting the application campaign for the international master program 'City and technologies: Prototyping future cities'. More info http://prototypingfuturecities.org/
Lecture by academic director of the master programme "Prototying future cities: City and Technologies".
Shukhov Lab, a Laboratory for Experimental Urban Design, has opened at HSE. Participants in a roundtable discussion dedicated to the laboratory’s opening agreed that to create the cities of the future, the present must be analyzed without adjusting to the forecasts.
The HSE Graduate School of Urbanism opens a Laboratory for Experimental Urban Design. At first, it will organize lectures and meetings with experts in urbanism, and in the new academic year, the laboratory will become an educational and research platform. But you can already meet it now – the Open Day will take place on December 15, 2016.
In 2017, the HSE Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism is debuting its English-language master’s programme City and Technology. The programme is based on the idea of learning by doing, and it is open to students from all over the world. In an interview with the HSE News Service, Vicente Guallart, who is the Academic Supervisor of the Laboratory for Experimental Urban Design, former Chief Architect of Barcelona City Council, and head of the City and Technology programme, discusses exactly how the new master’s programme will work.
Comfortable, high-tech and eco-friendly mega-cities are no longer a utopia, but not yet a reality in Russia. That said, HSE researchers have identified Russian cities which may be better prepared than others for smart urban development.