Within the 2020 Application campaign students from 27 countries applied for the Master’s programme ‘Prototyping future cities’. We will tell you about the interdisciplinary team of future urban planners and what they will take place in the first semester and what awaits them in the first semester.
If you have limited mobility, Moscow city transfer is full of obstacles. It has been an urban planning problem since the USSR existence. Valeriya Cherekaeva, ‘Prototyping future cities’ masters programme graduate,conducted research dedicated to the urban accessibility for limited mobility citizens.
Master’s programme ‘Prototyping future cities’ launches joint course on 'Pandemic Estate' with the University of Groningen
Being a joint effort of the Faculty of Urban and Regional Development, HSE University and the Expertise Center Architecture, Urbanism and Health, University of Groningen (the Netherlands), it will be led by professor, head of the Expertise center architecture, urbanism and health, university of Groningen Cor Wagenaar and an educational curator Anastassia Smirnova.
Studying in an English-taught curriculum, working with big data, learning the internet of things, and studying smart city technologies—these are some of the key features of the Master’s Programme ‘Prototyping Future Cities’ offered by the Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism. Read on to learn more reasons why future urbanists choose the programme.
Winners from Russia, Syria, Germany and Kazakhstan will be given a 50%, 30% and 20% discount on tuition fee for the international Master's programme 'Prototyping future cities' at the HSE University in Moscow.
On 26 April, students and specialists from Bangladesh, China, Ethiopia, Germany, Ghana, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Nigeria, Pakistan, United States, South Africa, Syria, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Russia participated in the international online contest PFC Global Scholarship Competition.
Traditional urban planning in the United States and Europe developed in response to the epidemics of cholera, tuberculosis, and typhoid. In an op-ed for RBC, Nadezhda Khort, curator of the Shukhov Laboratory of Experimental Urban Design and the Master’s programme ‘Prototyping Future Cities’ in the Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism, considers the skills and practices cities should employ in post-pandemic urban development.
On 1 and 2 February students from Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and Voronezh took part in Shukhov Lab Winter School ‘Face recognition in the city’. Within two days participants with Architecture, Urban Informatics, Sociology and Social Informatics, Soil Science, Political Science and Economics backgrounds created face recognition spoofing tool.
In December 2019, Shukhov Lab – the HSE Laboratory for Experimental Urban Design – is turning three years old. For its anniversary, it has set up a gallery with collages depicting future images of Moscow. Before the close of this year, the Moscow-2050 project goes toShenzhen Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture in China.