IOER Forum

The "IOER Forum" is a public platform for scientific dialogue and exchange with society. With this event series, we highlight current topics in the field of sustainable development and transformation of cities and regions. We invite speakers to join us: from research (science dialogue) or from public administration, companies or civil society (science-policy dialogue). The lectures of our guests from Germany and abroad will be accompanied by short inputs from the research work of the IOER.

The "IOER Forum" is open to all interested persons. Participation is free of charge, registration is not required. We look forward to a lively exchange with you.




IOER-Forum "Science-Dialogue"
Title: From growth-oriented to sustainable regional development
Speaker: Dr. Markus Grillitsch, Lund University
Time: 15:00 - 16:30 pm
Venue: online

IOER Forums of the past



IOER-Forum "Science-Dialogue"
Title: Dare Urban Wilderness - Preserve, Use and Manage!
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Jürgen H. Breuste, Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg
Input of the IOER:  Wilderness on urban wastelands – an annoyance or a paradise for biodiversity? | Dr. Juliane Mathey, IOER
Time: 2 to 4.30 pm
Venue: IÖR / online
Language: English
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IOER-Forum "Science-Policy Dialogue"
Title:Auf dem Weg zur integrierten Raumstrategie 2038+ für das Rheinische Revier
Speaker: Prof. Christa Reicher, RWTH Aachen University, Chair of Urban Design and Institute for Urban Design and European Urbanism
Input of the IOER: Vier Zukünfte für die Lausitz – Einblicke in das Planungslabor "Raumbilder Lausitz 2050" | Jessica Theuner, IOER



IOER Forum "Science Dialogue"
Title: Transforming places together: citizens and community engagement responding to climate change
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Lummina Horlings, University of Groningen, Department of Spatial Planning and Environment Groningen, Netherlands
Input of the IOER: Reframing places, communities and identities: The contextualisation of social learning processes in urban experimentation | Dr. Franziska Ehnert, IOER Dresden



IOER Forum "Science Dialogue"
Title: Biodiversität und Gesundheit Ökosystemleistungen
Speaker: Frau Prof. Aletta Bonn, Head of the department of Ecosystem Services of the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research GmbH (UFZ)
and the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig
Input of the IOER: Gesunde Ökosysteme – Gesunde Menschen | Dr. Karsten Grunewald, IOER
Language: German



IOER Forum "Science Dialogue"
Title: Geosimulation und Nachhaltigkeitsziele. Eine kritische Auseinandersetzung mit Flächeninanspruchnahme und Landnutzung
Speaker: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Andreas Koch, Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg, FB Geographie und Geologie, AG Sozialgeographie
Input of the IOER: Qualitatives regionales Wirkungsmodell zum Einfluss der Boden- und Immobilienmärkte auf die Flächenneuinanspruchnahme in angespannten Wohnungsmärkten – Ein Werkstattbericht | Denise Ehrhard und Dr. Martin Behnisch, IOER
Language: German



IOER Forum "Science Dialogue"
Title: Vom Messen und Maßhalten in der Raumplanung: Können Grüngürtel und Grenzwerte helfen, die Zersiedelung zu verringern?
Speaker: Dr. Jochen A.G. Jaeger, Associate Professor from Concordia University, Montréal (Canada), Department of Geography, Planning and Environment
Language: German



IOER Forum "Science-Policy Dialogue"
Title: The Challenge of Growth, Structural Change and Employment. The "Mitteldeutsche Revier" area (Mining District) in German between "End of the Age of Brown Coal", Industrial Heritage and "Post-Coal Landscapes".
Speaker: Prof. Dr. habil. Andreas Berkner, Head of Regional Planning Office Leipzig
Input of the IOER: Reflexionsebene Lausitz - Erkenntnisse aus den Arbeiten des IÖR | Prof. Dr. Robert Knippschild, IOER



IOER Forum "Science Dialogue"
Title: Die große Transformation zum nachhaltigen gesellschaftlichen Stoffwechsel: Die Bedeutung von Gebäuden und Infrastrukturen
Speaker: a.o. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Helmut Haberl, Institute of Social Ecology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
Input of the IOER: Zirkuläres Bauen in Städten voranbringen – Materialkataster als Ausgangspunkt für die Entwicklung neuer Geschäftsmodelle? | Dr. Georg Schiller, IOER



IOER Forum "Science Dialogue"
Topic: Current challenges of urban development policy in Germany: Between growth pain and needs of revitalisation
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Uwe Altrock, Kassel University, Department of Urban Renewal and Planning Theory
Input of the IOER: Resolving the need for revitalization with urban experiments? Experiences from Görlitz | Prof. Dr. Robert Knippschild
Time: 2 p.m.
Venue: virtual
Language: German
YouTube Video



IOER Forum "Science Dialogue"
Topic: Resilience, Sustainability, and Circularity: A Collaborative Systems Approach
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Joseph Fiksel, The Ohio State University, College of Engineering
The co-lecture on the topic “Urban Environmental Acupuncture: An approach toward expanding greenspace in dense European cities” will be held by Dr. Jessica Hemingway from the IOER.
Time: 4 - 6 p.m.
Venue: virtual
YouTube Video



IOER Forum "Science-Policy Dialogue"
Topic: Perspectives of landscape planning – current trends and future development
Speaker: Matthias Herbert, Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN), head of the BfN branch office in Leipzig
Input of the IOER: The spatial impact of landscape planning - brief review of results from the DFG project LANALYS | Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wende
Time: 2 to 4 p.m.
Venue: prob. virtual
Language: German
YouTube Video



IOER Forum "Scientific Dialogue"
Topic: Electromobility and autonomous transport - Transport policy challenges in the context of individual decisions in an urban and social environment
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Georg Hirte, Technische Universität Dresden, Chair of Economics, esp. Transport Policy and Spatial Economics
Input of the IOER: Sustainable urban transport: insights from the transformation arena in Dresden | Prof. Dr. Artem Korzhenevych
Time: 2 to 4 p.m.
Venue: virtual
Language: German
Record on YouTube

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