Information on all upcoming events is available on the German website

11 May 2021
Spatial Science Colloquium (RWK 2021)

Topic: Spatial development and Corona - an interim assessment
Language: German
Place: online
Time: 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Further information and registration (in German)

18 May 2021
Opening of the BIDELIN knowledge trail on Dresden City Nature.
Short description: The walk illustrates the values of ecosystem services, biodiversity and green-blue infrastructure using the example of Dresden. We follow the path together for about 8.5 km through the south of Dresden, starting at the banks of the Elbe. At 17 stations, information on urban nature and green-blue infrastructure will be given, which can otherwise also be accessed virtually via smartphone.
Time: 12:00 to 16:00 hrs.
Route length: 8.5 km
Meeting point: Terrassenufer/Hasenberg, 01067 Dresden
Further information about the project

10 June 2021
Urban Environmental Acupuncture - a new approach for more green in cities
Training course (part 2) for experts in urban, landscape or environmental planning
Excursion with a focus on practical examples and experiences
Date: further information follows at a later date
Venue: Erfurt/Thuringia
Language: German
Further information in German

28/29 June 2021
DFNS 2021 - Dresdner Flächennutzungssymposium
Venue: Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe, Dresden und digital
Language: German
Further information

22-24 September 2021
The IOER’s Annual Conference
Title: Raum & Transformation (Space & Transformation)
Venue: Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden, Germany
Conference languages: German and English
Further information


Katrin Vogel
Tel. +49 (0)351 46 79 287

Dresdner Planerforum

With the Dresdner Planerforum, the IOER regularly examines current topics of spatial development and spatial/environmental planning of relevance to both science and practice. Guest speakers from Germany and abroad are invited to make contributions. Participation is free of charge. Registration is not necessary.


Information about events coming up you can get via E-Mail. Please contact: K.Vogel[im]


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