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Julita Skodra


Julita Skodra, Dr.-Ing.

M.Sc. Urban Management

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

+ 49 (0) 201/922 39- 244

 Julita.Skodra(at)uk-essen.de

 

 

Ausbildung


  • Doktorin der Ingenieurwissenschaften (2018), Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften, Universität Duisburg-Essen                                                                                                       Dissertation: Toward the Healthy Neighborhood: Urban Regeneration of Deprived Neighborhoods in Metropolitan Regions
  • M.Sc. Urban Management (2012), Fakultät VI Planen Bauen Umwelt, Technische Universität Berlin
  • Dipl.– Ing. Arch. (2003), Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften und Architektur, Universität Niš, Serbien

Projekte


  • HORIZON 2020 Projekt - CLEVER Cities (Co-designing Locally tailored Ecological solutions for value added, socially inclusive Regeneration in Cities), 2018 – 2023, mehr Infos: https://sc5.easme-web.eu/?p=776604 und Twitter https://twitter.com/CLEVER_Cities
  • Robert Bosch Stiftung Projekt - New Approaches to Urban Transformation: Critical Mapping In Municipalist Movements, 2019 - 2022   

Wissenschaftliche Interessen


Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung, nachhaltige urbane Transformation, Urban Health, Ecocities, Smart Cities, gesunde und integrative Stadtplanung und Umsetzungsprozesse, Umweltgerechtigkeit, Verfahren und Praktiken zu Partizipation, PPGIS, Health Impact Assessment, Gestaltung des Quartiers und körperliche Aktivitäten, Erreichbarkeit

Publikationen


1.      Paldan, K., Skodra, J., Paldan, P., Herrmanny, K. & Dogangün, A., (2016) ‘Urban Health mAPP’, in: Weyers, B. & Dittmar, A. (Hrsg.) Mensch und Computer 2016Workshopband,  Aachen: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V., available: http://dl.mensch-und-computer.de/handle/123456789/5128?discover=true

2.      Skodra, J. (2015) ‘Urban Transformation of Deprived Neighborhoods in Metropolitan Regions: The Cases of Greater Manchester and the Ruhr Metropolitan Region’, paper presented to 51th ISOCARP Congress, Dortmund/Rotterdam, 19-23 October, available: https://www.eventure-online.com/parthen-uploads/95/15ROT/add_1_270792_aUOIalxyAB.pdf

3.      Skodra, J. (2014) ‘Emscher Conversion and Quality of Life’, paper presented to 50th ISOCARP Congress, Gdynia, 23-26 September, available: http://www.eventure-online.com/eventure/publicAbstractView.do?id=247200&congressId=8203

4.      Skodra, J. (2012) ‘Sustainable housing  - New model of housing for the International Building Exhibition in Berlin’, in Paquot, T., Masson-Zanussi, Y. and Stathopoulos, M. (eds.) Alterarchitectures, Manifesto: observatory of innovative architectural and urban processes in Europe, Gollion:  Eterotopia / Infolio, pp.70-71

5.      Amatya, P., Nabavi, S. H., and Skodra, J. (2012) “Buildings” in Zehner et al (eds.) Off the Beaten Track: Urban Regeneration of Hidden World Heritage in L'viv (Ukraine) pp. 34-41, available: www.urbanmanagement.tu-berlin.de/fileadmin/f6_urbanmanagement/Study_Course/student_work/UM_Report_Lviv_2.pdf

6.      Linderkamp, E., Nabavi, S. H., and Skodra, J. (2012) “Economic and Physical Improvement of Dobrobut Market” in Zehner et al (eds.) Off the Beaten Track: Urban Regeneration of Hidden World Heritage in L'viv (Ukraine), pp. 123-131, available: www.urbanmanagement.tu-berlin.de/fileadmin/f6_urbanmanagement/Study_Course/student_work/UM_Report_Lviv_2.pdf 

Poster:

7.      Skodra, J. (2011) ‘Sustainable Land Use Systems: How to Support and Manage Transition to Renewable Energy Production?’, poster presented to International Conference, Changing the Energy System to Renewable Energy Self-Sufficiency (RESS) – An inter- and transdisciplinary approach, Freiburg, 15-16 September

Lehrveranstaltungen


Urbane Systeme an der Uni Duisburg-Essen:

SoSe 2017 und 2018 Sound and Health – in the City

SoSe 2013 bis 2015 Healthy City Seminar

WiSe 2014/15 und 2015/16 Public Participation GIS as a Tool for Urban Systems Planning Processes

WiSe 2013/14 Healthy Urban Development