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Julita Skodra


Dr.-Ing. M.Sc.

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

+49 (0) 201 / 723 77- 244

julita.Skodra(at)uk-essen.de

 

 

Akademische Ausbildung und beruflicher Werdegang


2018

Promotion zum Dr.-Ing., Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Deutschland 

2012

M.Sc. Urban Management, Fakultät VI Planen Bauen Umwelt, Technische Universität Berlin, Deutschland

2003

Dipl.– Ing. Arch., 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://clevercities.eu/ und Twitter https://twitter.com/CLEVER_Cities

Konferenzen und Vorträge


Symposium "Delivering Urban Transformation through Co-production", epc, TU Dortmund, 2022:

Co-designing Local Monitoring Plans in the CLEVER Cities Project: Nature-based Solutions for urban transformation in Hamburg, London and Milan

 

Urban Health digiSpace, 2021:

Co-Creation Approach for Healthy and Sustainable Neighbourhoods: The Example of Nature-Based Solutions. Link

 

Health for Future, Mannheim, 2021:

Gesunde und Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung

 

Ruhr Fellowship 2021:

Structural Change and Urban Public Health: The Case of the Ruhr Region

 

Workshop on contributions of smart city projects to climate resilience, Hiroshima Universität:

Developing sustainable and health-promoting cities with nature-based solutions in a multi-Stakeholder approach, Videokonferenz

 

Global Health Talk 2020:

Stadtentwicklung und Gesundheit: Welchen Einfluss kann Architektur auf Gesundheit in der Stadt haben? Videokonferenz

 

World Congress on Public Health 2020, Rom,Italien (Online):

Co-creating nature-based solutions for healthy and sustainable cities: An Urban Public Health approach

 

Eco Online-Congress, "Vielfalt statt Verschwendung – Nachhaltige Lehren aus der Corona-Krise:

Ist Suffizienz der Weg zu einer gesunden Stadt? Urban Public Health Perspektive

 

AESOP Annual Congress 2019 "Planning for Transition" in Venedig, 9.07. bis 13.07.2019:
Creating health-promoting neighbourhoods: urban regeneration of deprived neighbourhoods in metropolitan regions

 

WHO International Healthy Cities Conference 2018, Belfast Großbritannien:

Co-creating health-promoting neighborhoods: urban regeneration of deprived neighborhoods in metropolitan regions

 

51th ISOCARP Congress 2015, Dortmund/Rotterdam:

Urban Transformation of Deprived Neighborhoods in Metropolitan Regions: The Cases of Greater Manchester and the Ruhr Metropolitan Region

 

50th ISOCARP Congress 2014, Gdynia, Polen:

Emscher Conversion and Quality of Life

Publikationen


 

  • Schröder J, Moebus S, Skodra J. Selected Research Issues of Urban Public Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2022;19(9):5553. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19095553

  • Skodra, J., Connop, S., Tacnet, J.-M., et al. (2021) ‘Principles guiding NBS performance and impact evaluation’, in: Dumitru, A. and Wendling, L. (Eds.) Evaluating the Impact of Nature-based Solutions: A Handbook for Practitioners, Brussels: European Commission. DOI 10.2777/244577

  • Wendling, L., Dumitru, A., Arnbjerg-Nielsen, K.,…, Skodra, J., et al. (2021) ‘Indicators of NBS performance and impact’, in: Dumitru, A. and Wendling, L. (Eds.) Evaluating the Impact of Nature-based Solutions: A Handbook for Practitioners, Brussels: European Commission. DOI 10.2777/244577

  • Moebus S, Skodra J, Sutcliffe R. Urban Public Health? Ohne HiaP nicht denkbar. Public Health Forum. 2020;28(3):195-7.

  • Skodra, J., Zorita, S., Garcia Perez, I., & Moebus, S. (2020) "Co-creating nature-based solutions for healthy and sustainable cities: Urban public health approach" European Journal of Public Health, 30 (Supplement_5), https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckaa165.234
  • Skodra, J. (2019) `From deprived to healthy neighbourhoods? Urban regeneration of deprived neighbourhoods in metropolitan regions ', Cities & Health, DOI: 10.1080/23748834:2019:1676629