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TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET DRESDEN
|Coordinator Country||Germany [DE]|
|Total cost||2˙499˙993 €|
|EC max contribution||2˙499˙993 € (100%)|
1. H2020-EU.126.96.36.199. (Promote coherent and effective cooperation with third countries)
|Duration (year-month-day)||from 2018-01-01 to 2020-12-31|
Take a look of project's partnership.
|1||TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET DRESDEN||DE (DRESDEN)||coordinator||392˙427.00|
|2||NORGES TEKNISK-NATURVITENSKAPELIGE UNIVERSITET NTNU||NO (TRONDHEIM)||participant||318˙606.00|
|3||AIT AUSTRIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GMBH||AT (WIEN)||participant||260˙211.00|
|4||LEIBNIZ-INSTITUT FUR OKOLOGISCHE RAUMENTWICKLUNG EV||DE (DRESDEN)||participant||245˙656.00|
|5||ISTITUTO DI STUDI PER L'INTEGRAZIONE DEI SISTEMI (I.S.I.S) - SOCIETA'COOPERATIVA||IT (ROMA)||participant||210˙143.00|
|6||CHINA ACADEMY OF URBAN PLANNING AND DESIGN||CN (BEIJING)||participant||192˙031.00|
|7||INSTITUTE OF GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES AND NATURAL RESOURCES RESEARCH, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES||CN (BEIJING)||participant||157˙591.00|
|8||ISRAEL SMART CITIES INSTITUTE||IL (TEL AVIV)||participant||154˙912.00|
|9||EUROCITIES ASBL||BE (BRUXELLES)||participant||153˙055.00|
|10||POLITECNICO DI TORINO||IT (TORINO)||participant||151˙450.00|
|11||TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY||CN (BEIJING)||participant||81˙643.00|
|12||CHINA CENTER FOR URBAN DEVELOPMENT||CN (BEIJING)||participant||81˙281.00|
|13||TONGJI UNIVERSITY||CN (SHANGAI)||participant||78˙790.00|
|14||CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT*CASTED||CN (BEIJING)||participant||22˙193.00|
Cities are places of social innovation and engines of economic growth. They attract dynamic groups of society, they provide vast opportunities of inter-action, communication and exchange of knowledge, and they thereby lay the foundation for attracting large shares of R&D investment and an innovative service sector. Thus, social integration is directly linked with economic prosperity of cities. This is true for European and Chinese urban development but especially relevant for China as, promoted by vari-ous levels of governments, the country is transitioning from a less urban to a more urbanized society with increasingly intensified land use and higher quality of life.
One of the greatest challenges facing Chinese urbanisation is how to best design and turn cities into intelligent, socially integrative and sustainable environments. TRANS-URBAN-EU-CHINA addresses this key challenge. According to the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20120), China will “redouble” its “ef-forts to improve urban planning, development, and management” and to “improve living environments so that people can enjoy a more secure, relaxing, and satisfying city life”. The (Chinese) National New Urbanisation Plan (2014-2020) provides strong policy support for strategic decision-making and implementation of sustainable development approaches, aiming to be innovative, coordinated, green, open and shared. Good practices and methods from Europe in terms of social inclusiveness, cultural dynamics and eco-nomic viability have proven to be very significant to China, but Chinese cities need new insights to implement, scale up and transfer these practices in their own operational realities. This can also pro-duce positive learning effects on the European side, and will influence the European research agenda on sustainable urbanisation.
On this background, the key objective of TRANS-URBAN-EU-CHINA is to help policy makers, urban authorities, real estate developers, public service providers and citizens in China to create socially inte-grative cities in an environmentally friendly and financially viable way. Moreover, it will help urban stakeholders in Europe to reflect and eventually reconsider their approaches towards sustainable ur-banisation. In order to achieve the main objective, the project will
• Develop a systematic knowledge base on transition experiences in Europe and China in a com-parative way, and make key results publicly available as a book addressing practitioners, the scien-tific community and students; • Advance tools and measures to support transition in cooperation with local stakeholders and citi-zens, and test them in two Living Labs located in Chinese cities with the purpose to derive opera-tional and evidence-based knowledge about urban transformative capacity; • Elaborate related recommendations to support transition towards socially integrative cities, discuss them with representatives of 60 Reference Cities and a wider stakeholder community, and dissem-inate them through a variety of channels, including a web-based compendium of tested tools and measures adapted to local socio-economic, cultural and political specificities; the compendium will include policy briefs, guidelines, methods, and good practice examples for the development of so-cially integrative cities and for strengthening transformative capacities of local stakeholders.
The project focuses on: (a) community building and place-making in neighbourhoods; (b) bridging the planning-implementation gap in eco and smart cities; (c) land use planning and land management in new urban expansion and urban renewal areas, and (d) transition pathways to sustainable urban plan-ning and governance. With 8 European and 6 Chinese expert organisations on socially integrative cities, TRANS-URBAN-EU-CHINA will combine the best of both worlds to create new insights, practices and role models in sustainable urban transitions in China. The Chinese team of partners from governmen t ag
|Report on the Living Lab knowledge base||Documents, reports||2019-10-15 13:14:24|
|Project logo, templates and communication material||Documents, reports||2019-09-19 08:13:56|
|Website and project presence in social media||Websites, patent fillings, videos etc.||2019-09-19 08:13:57|
|Technical project communication tools.||Websites, patent fillings, videos etc.||2019-09-19 08:13:56|
|Report, including good practice examples in Europe and China, derived from the knowledge base.||Documents, reports||2019-09-19 08:13:56|
|Setting up the Big Data analytics framework including open data and the online â€˜Community of Communitiesâ€™||Documents, reports||2019-09-19 08:13:56|
|Dissemination and exploitation strategy (DES)||Documents, reports||2019-09-19 08:13:56|
|Management and Coordination Plan||Documents, reports||2019-09-19 08:13:56|
|Data Management Plan.||Open Research Data Pilot||2019-09-19 08:13:56|
|Report on good practice and success factors for the development of strategies for sustainable cities, integrative planning and implementation in China and Europe||Documents, reports||2019-09-19 08:13:56|
|Report on the current framework and situation of urban renewal, urban expansion as well as land management and land banking (incl. land administration) in China and Europe||Documents, reports||2019-09-19 08:13:57|
Take a look to the deliverables list in detail: detailed list of TRANS-URBAN-EU-CHINA deliverables.
|year||authors and title||journal||last update|
Yulin, Chen; Valler, Thea Marie; Liu, Jiayan; Liu, Jian; Korsnes, Marius
Understanding Communities in China and Europe: Similarities, Differences and Consequences for Socially Integrative Cities
published pages: 17-24, ISSN: 1002-8447, DOI:
|China City Planning Review (CCPR) 28 (2)||2020-03-11|
Hamama, Badiaa; Repellino, MARIA PAOLA; Liu, Jian; Bonino, Michele
The Processes Behind Community Building and Place Making in Transitional Urban Moments: A Comparison Between China and Italy
published pages: 25-34, ISSN: 1002-8447, DOI:
|China City Planning Review Vol. 28, No. 2||2020-03-11|
Community regeneration: communication, consensus to cooperation
published pages: 34-37, ISSN: 1004-8537, DOI:
The Study on Urban Development in Capital of Culture in China: A Case of Jingdezhen
published pages: , ISSN: , DOI:
|3rd International Conference on Smart City and Systems Engineering (ICSCSE)||2019-09-19|
RAN, Aobo; LIU, Jiayan; SHEN, Yichen
Experience and features of Japan\'s old residential district regeneration: two cases in Tokyo
published pages: 8-14, ISSN: 1673-8985, DOI:
|Shanghai Urban Planning Review 2018(4)||2019-09-19|
LIU, Jiayan, CHEN, Siyu
Post-evaluation of Adding Elevator Project in Old Communitiesâ€”Based on a Survey of Maofangbei Community, Beijing
published pages: 14-20, ISSN: 1006-2181, DOI:
|Journal of Human Settlements in West China 2018(5)||2019-09-19|
Tang, Keyang, Chen, Yulin, Deng, Yuangye, et al.
\"Overview of the salon themed on \"\"Publicness and Design Activism\"\"\"
published pages: 6-14, ISSN: 1673-0232, DOI:
|Urbanism and Architecture 2018(4)||2019-09-19|
Neumann, H-M., Haindlmaier, G, Jakutyte-Walangitang, D, Meyer, S.
Understanding the gaps between the planning and the implementation of smart and eco city projects in China
published pages: , ISSN: , DOI:
|Urban Transitions 2018 Conference||2019-09-19|
Participatory design research for urban community building in China.
published pages: , ISSN: , DOI:
|Master thesis, Department of Design, NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Spring 2018.||2019-09-19|
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