Urban Regeneration is the rehabilitation of land areas that are subject to high-density urban land use. It is a strategy that aims to transform and renovate areas to be upgraded in housing, public and private buildings, infrastructure, and services. Urban regeneration is an effective way to improve urban performance by targeting areas with high rates of poverty, pollution, and congestion, leading to a complete economic and regional development of the area. It has only been proven to be successful when sustained which is why urban regeneration and the concept of sustainability completely go hand in hand.
In the upcoming 4th edition of the international conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability, it will thoroughly address and discuss urban regeneration by rendering it as a process and strategy that aims to transform and renovate areas in hopes of upgrading housing, public buildings, private buildings, infrastructure, and services. It can also be considered as a highly efficient way to improve urban performance by targeting numerous areas and taking their economic levels and developments into consideration which could affect society either negatively or positively.
Nowadays, the process of urbanization continues to create many problems deriving from the continuous migration of more populations towards already highly populated cities. Resolving these issues is possible by turning them into efficient habitats, saving resources in a way that improves the standard of living. The process, however, faces a number of major challenges related to reducing pollution, improving main transportation and infrastructure systems. New urban solutions are required to optimize the use of space and energy resources leading to improvements in the environment, i.e. reduction in air, water, and soil pollution as well as efficient ways to deal with waste generation. These challenges contribute to the development of social and economic disproportions and requires the development of new solutions.
The level of difficulty in manage such problems differs from one city to the other depending on several variable which mainly include the size of said cities. However, despite such complexity, they offer a generative ground for architects, engineers, city planners, social and political scientists, and other professionals with the ability to conceive new ideas and to time them according to technological advances and human requirements.
And so, through this conference, we hope to provide a suitable setting for a general debate and discussion between researchers and audience members to help everyone understand the importance of addressing the challenges that have been recently increased with the rapid growth of urbanization and how to solve them efficiently.
1.1 Urban Regeneration: Definition, Purpose, and Evolution
1.2 The Role of Urban Design in Cultural Regeneration
1.3 Principles of Urban Sustainability, Ecology, and Resilience
1.4 Planning of Mixed Land Use
1.5 Living Standards: Urban Sprawl and Slum Areas
2.1 The Art of Sustainable Urban Design Paradigm
2.2 Sustainable Urban Design for Waterfront Development
2.3 Neighborhoods, Housing, and Economic Development
2.4 Production and Regeneration in Regional Development
2.5 The Impact of New Urbanism Models: Planning and Design Strategies to Improve Urban Performance
2.6 Strategy for Evolving Public Spaces
2.7 Transportation Planning, Safety, and Traffic Modeling
2.8 New Urbanism Models Planning and Designing
2.9 Industrial Area Agglomeration and Corporate Strategy
2.10 Management and Conservation of Energy Resources Overview of Urban Transformation
2.11 Compact Cities: Issues and Solutions
2.12 Transformation to Sustainable City
2.13 Livable Communities: Cities for People
2.14 Environmental Efficiency for Better Life
2.15 Public Involvement in Sustainable Development
2.16 New ways for learning
2.17 Innovation in Education
3.1 Urban Renewal: Issues and Challenges
3.2 Pollution of Urban Heat Island (UHI)
3.3 Climate Change and Sustainable Landscapes
3.4 Green Infrastructure: Building and Designing with Nature
3.5 Urbanization and Urban Poverty: Effects, Awareness, and Solutions
Computational Design for Urban Regeneration
3.6 Digital Tools in Urban Regeneration
3.7 Optimization and Decision-making tools for Urban Regeneration
3.8 Data informed Urban Regeneration
4.1 The role of historic buildings in regeneration process
4.2 Urban regeneration and sustainability
4.3 Adaptive Reuse of existing buildings
4.4 The role of technology in the co-living spaces
5.1 City Branding, Urban Planning and Urban Regeneration
5.2 Urban Branding and Sustainability
5.3 Urban Competitiveness and Urban Marketing
5.4 Urban Planning and Tourism
5.5 Resident Satisfaction and Urban Regeneration
All accepted papers of the Urban Regeneration and Sustainability (4rd URS) after the peer-review process will be either published as chapters in the Book Series “Advances in Science, Technology, and Innovation” (ASTI) by Springer or in one of IEREK Press' International Journals.
The ASTI Book Series by Springer is by highly professional members of an International Editorial Board to ensure a high-quality publication material to be eventually published online and printable.
The ASTI Book Series is indexed Scopus and will be submitted for indexation in Web of Science (ISI) and EI-Compendex databases.
To publish your research in the online Journal or Book by 'Springer' and provide it with world-wide visibility, authors must submit an extended version of their short papers that are 8 -12 pages long.
If you are not sure whether you or one of your co-authors will be able to attend the conference, you should bear in mind that there is a fee to be paid for Audiences (Co-authors, Learners, and Interests). The accepted paper will not be included in the conference proceedings without paying the fee (see Conference Fees for more details). A research paper fee allows only one author, whether main or co-author, to attend the conference and receive only one copy of the conference abstract book in both hard and soft copies.
Publishing in ASTI by Springer (Scopus indexed)
After the conference, the submitted manuscripts of authors interested in publishing in the ASTI book series will undergo a rigorous peer review process resulting in a final decision made by the editors. Only accepted research will be published as a chapter in the Book Series entitled “Advances in Science, Technology and Innovation” (ASTI) by Springer. The ASTI Book Series is by managed highly professional members of an International Editorial Board to ensure high-quality material for online publication.
The ASTI Book Series is fully indexed in Scopus. Some titles have been successfully indexed or submitted for indexation in Web of Science (ISI).
About the ASTI series
Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation (ASTI) is a series of peer-reviewed books based on important emerging research that redefines the current disciplinary boundaries in science, technology and innovation (STI) in order to develop integrated concepts for sustainable development. It not only discusses the progress made towards securing more resources, allocating smarter solutions, and rebalancing the relationship between nature and people, but also provides in-depth insights from comprehensive research that addresses the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) as set out by the UN for 2030.
The series draws on the best research papers from various IEREK and other international conferences to promote the creation and development of viable solutions for a sustainable future and a positive societal transformation with the help of integrated and innovative science-based approaches. Including interdisciplinary contributions, it presents innovative approaches and highlights how they can best support both economic and sustainable development, through better use of data, more effective institutions, and global, local and individual action, for the welfare of all societies.
The series particularly features conceptual and empirical contributions from various interrelated fields of science, technology and innovation, with an emphasis on digital transformation, that focus on providing practical solutions to ensure food, water and energy security to achieve the SDGs. It also presents new case studies offering concrete examples of how to resolve sustainable urbanization and environmental issues in different regions of the world.
The series is intended for professionals in research and teaching, consultancies and industry, and government and international organizations. Published in collaboration with IEREK, the Springer ASTI series will acquaint readers with essential new studies in STI for sustainable development.
Springer is a leading global scientific, technical and medical portfolio, providing researchers in academia, scientific institutions and corporate R&D departments with quality content through innovative information, products and services. Springer has one of the strongest STM and HSS eBook collections and archives, as well as a comprehensive range of hybrid and open access journals. Springer is part of Springer Nature, a global publisher that serves and supports the research community. Springer Nature aims to advance discovery by publishing robust and insightful science, supporting the development of new areas of research and making ideas and knowledge accessible around the world. As part of Springer Nature, Springer sits alongside other trusted brands like Nature Research, BioMed Central, and Palgrave Macmillan.
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Urban Regeneration and Sustainability (URS) 1st Edition
The 1st Edition of the Urban Regeneration & Sustainability conference was held in one of IEREK's partner universities: The University of East London, the Docklands Campus. It was chaired by Professor Hassan Abdalla; the Dean of the School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering of UEL.
Each Day was initiated with a keynote speech delivered by speakers on the topics of the conferences as per the scheduled sessions and their respective titles.
A Full day visit to the Metropolitan Borough of Woolwich to experience the area and get a glimpse of the different developments undertaken.
The second day of conference started with a welcoming word by Professor Hassan Abdalla and a brief overview of the conference topics to be discussed, the expected outcome and current and future work. Following his speech, Dr. Fulvio Wirz, MA Programme leader at UEL and Associate at Zaha Hadid Architects, took over the podium to introduce the conference. The session was then wrapped up by a speech from IEREK's Chief Executive Officer and founder, Dr. Mourad Amer and a presentation on the company, its aims & goals and events overtime, which was delivered by its General Director, Dr. Abdelaziz Sakr.
The third day of the conference started with a speech of the keynote speaker Professor Gabriele Sorrento “CEO and Founder of Mindesk: a VR-based design platform”.
After the keynote speech, authors (researchers) started to present a demo of their research paper in oral presentations while session chairman and moderators listen, discuss, and evaluate.
Following that, starting the speech of the keynote speaker Professor Hocine Bougdah “Reader in Architectural Technology in Canterbury School of Architecture”.
Check this conference’s overview here:
Urban Regeneration and Sustainability (URS) 2nd Edition
The 2nd International conference on the Urban Regeneration and Sustainability has been successfully held online in collaboration with University of East London.
The conference addressed all the aspects of the urban environment. Urban regeneration was discussed thoroughly in the conference by rendering it as a process and a strategy that aims at transforming and renovating areas in the hope of upgrading public housing, public and private buildings, infrastructure, and services.
The first day of the conference started with Short welcoming speeches were given by the conference chair Professor Hassan Abdalla, Dean of School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering, University of East London, UK, and the conference co-chair, Dr. Fulvio Wirz, UEL School of Architecture, and Zaha Hadid Architects Associate, UK. After the Opening Ceremony, authors (researchers) started to present a demo of their research paper in oral presentations while session chairman and moderators listen, discuss, and evaluate. After the short break was the speech of the special Keynote Speaker Amit Gupta, Founding partner, Studio Symbiosis Architects & Former Zaha Hadid Associate, UK. The Second Session started afterwards and was moderated by Dr. Elisa Magnini, Foresight and innovation specialist at Arup, UK.
The second day of the conference started with the speech of the keynote speaker, Dr. Eduardo Mayoral Gonzalez, CTO Senior in City Thinking, Spain. After the keynote speech, the Third Session and the fourth edition which were moderated by Professor Hassan Abdalla, Dean of School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering, University of East London, UK, and Dr. Fulvio Wirz, UEL School of Architecture, and Partner at Wirz Architects, UK.
The third day started with the Fifth Session which was moderated by Professor Hasim Altan, Director and Professor in Research Centre and Faculty of Design, ARUCAD, Kyrenia, Cyprus and, Dr. Fulvio Wirz, UEL School of Architecture, and Partner at Wirz Architects, UK. Following that, the third Keynote Speaker Dr. Vincenzo Reale, chartered structural engineer (ICE) and architect (ARB), senior structural engineer in the Specialist Technology + Research group in Arup, London, UK. In the end of the day, a discussion and a Questions and Answers session followed, and the conference was concluded by a Panel session where final remarks and feedback were discussed.
Check out the second edition conference’s overview here:
For IEREK's Previous Publications, Please Click here
- Urban Regeneration and Sustainability (URS) – 1st Edition held in London, UK in October 2018.
- Urban Regeneration and Sustainability (URS) – 2nd Edition held in London, UK in October 2020.
To help the organizers plan for inter-disciplinary dialogue, participants are requested to choose from the conference themes/ Topics upon registration.
They must also refer to, and abide by, the following instructions in registering and submitting their abstracts/ papers:
Types of Participation
Organized from the comfort of your own home, the conference offers a virtual attendance option for your convenience. That said, participants will have a chance to present their abstract/research, online, and have their work considered for publication in the proceedings.
Virtual presenters are required to submit an abstract and extend this abstract following the “author instructions” below and before the deadline (see Important Dates). At least one author must pay the registration fee (see Conference Fees).
For any reason, authors may wish to submit pre-recorded video presentations no later than 15 days prior to the conference. Alternatively, they may wish to record a voice-over PowerPoint presentation for submission to the conference organizers.
Organized at Barleti University, Albania, offering a Physical attendance option for your convenience. That said, participants will have a chance to present their research, at Barleti University, and have their work considered for publication in the ASTI Series by Springer as part of the conference proceedings.
If your Full paper is accepted, it may be published in the conference proceedings book in the Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation Book Series by Springer (indexed in Scopus) even if you are not attending the conference. In this case, the accepted work will not be included in the final conference program and the fee will cover the cost of editorial handling and peer-review evaluation of your paper (See Author Instructions and Publishing Opportunities)
Non-presenting participants may also wish to attend the conference as Audience Members or Co-authors contributing to an already submitted abstract/ paper.
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- A full/long paper will be included in the conference abstracts book as well as get published online by Springer or by IEREK PRESS Journals.
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- The full paper should be written in English as it's the official language of the conference.
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Albania is located in the heart of the Mediterranean and lies alongside the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. The country is one of the most interesting tourism destinations in the region. A country explored by very few people, Albania is an exciting place to visit. Its increasing number of visitors can find here an inspiring blend of civilizations and cultures that make this European country attractive for tourists.
The country has a beautiful, mostly sandy, coastline stretching along the Adriatic Sea from the Montenegrin border south to the Bay of Vlora. From here southwards the coast is rugged, with rocky coves characteristic of a narrow coastal strip that rests against a dramatic backdrop of steeply rising tall mountains.
Albania’s numerous mountains and rivers offer many possibilities for sports tourism, including many outdoor activities—parasailing, climbing, hiking, canoeing, cycling, swimming, diving—as well as for simply enjoying the beauty of nature.
The country’s history and culture is fascinating. Several Albanian cities retain an appearance that has changed little over many generations and that conserve in their midst remains that date back more than two thousand years. Numerous archeological sites make the country very attractive for special interest tourism.
Visiting Albania’s capital will delve into the past and present of a country that has seen intense turmoil since it was founded in the 1600s. Tirana has disintegrating soviet-era buildings, brand new projects and proud historic monuments side-by-side, while the wonderful upland scenery that bounds the city to the east calls for exploration.
Petrela is a village some 15 km (9.3 miles) south of Tirana that is famous for its castle and history. The Petrela castle is built upon a huge stone located on the top of a small mountain. Once here you’ll have the chance to admire gorgeous natural panoramas and try traditional Albanian food in the restaurant situated inside the castle.
This cable-car is a fun family day out and a superb introduction to the city, taking you up by gondola to the dramatic mountain on Tirana’s eastern edge. The cable-car spans a kilometre, making it the longest in the Balkans, and rises more than 800 metres up the mountainside. The journey will take about 15 minutes and at the top, there’s a tourism complex with restaurants and hotels. Of course the view over the city will be memorable, but there are also year-round activities on the table, including trekking and horseback riding in summer, and skiing in winter.
National Historic Museum
Tirana and Albania have a very complicated past. So if you need a point of entry this is the place to get some context. The museum is organised by pavilions, each covering a different period in the region’s history, from ancient times up to the 21st century. The most valuable in terms of archaeological wealth is the Pavilion of Antiquity, where there’s a great collection of almost 600 items spanning the late Palaeolithic to the Early-Middle Ages.
Cave of Pellumbas
If you need to see more of the Mount Dajtit National Park that looms to the east of the city, spend a day around the village of Pellumbas. Here you can take hikes and scramble your way up to a beautiful natural monument. There’s a trail from the village that meanders through the mountains for two kilometres before you get to a cave packed with stalagmites and stalactites, but also with evidence of human activity going back than 300,000 years. It descends 350 metres into the mountainside, and during the Second World War made a refuge for the villagers of Pellumbas.
Sometimes you need a break from city life. The good news is that there are plenty of great places to visit within a half-hour drive from Albania’s capital. Whether you love nature, enjoy visiting ancient towns, or want to know more about local culture.
There are buses every half an hour to this Adriatic port city, which is replete with Roman and Byzantine heritage. The first place to go is the amphitheatre, which is from the 2nd century, was once able to seat 20,000 and is the largest in the Balkan region. It was hidden to the world for more than a millennium before being rediscovered in 1900. What really adds to the site is the small chapel attached to the building, which has fantastic Early-Christian mosaics and frescoes depicting saints.
The Tirana International Airport is the nearest airport to Barleti University.
Tirana International Airport Nënë Tereza, often referred to as the Rinas International Airport, is the main international airport of the Republic of Albania. It serves the city of Tirana, its metropolitan area, and surrounding region in the county of Tirana.
Location on the map: Tirana International Airport
If you have familiarized yourself with the route leading to Barleti University, you may take a taxi or the bus to reach the University directly. Refer to the following:
After exiting the airport terminal, the fastest way to get to the Barleti University is by taxi. The journey from Tirana International Airport to Tirana’s center takes 20–25 minutes, depending on traffic, and costs about 2500 Leke (20 EUR) one way.
Tirana Airport taxi service is provided by Auto Holiday Albania (AHA). AHA specializes in transfers between Tirana Airport and all Albanian cities for both individuals and groups. The service offered is professional and courteous at affordable prices, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To reserve taxis in advance online, please use the website and fill out the form by clicking on the link below to book your transfer now.
LU-NA shpk offers a shuttle service from TIA to Tirana and vice versa. The bus is stationed behind the National Theatre of Opera and Ballet. The rate for a single fare is 300 Albanian Lek (almost 3 Euros).
Tiranë - TIA: every one hour starting from 07:00 until 23:00
TIA - Tiranë: every one hour starting from 08:00 until 24:00
To plan your trip using Tirana buses, contact via:
Mobile: +355 69 57 27 261 / +355 69 29 82 128
A perennial winner of the most affordable European capital, Tirana is a value-for-money destination par excellence. The Albanian capital also happens to be one of the friendliest on the continent. These two attributes come together beautifully in the hostels and hotels of the city. Hospitality is a way of life here, after all. Read our rundown of the most wallet-friendly places to stay while you’re there.
These are the suggested hotels that you can use for accommodation during the period of the conference. You can reserve your place by contacting the hotel or through their website or any booking website.
2.0 km from Barleti University / 10 minutes by car
Str. Pjeter Bogdani, Godina Nr. 5, Tirana, Albania, 1001
Location on the map: Vanilla Sky Boutique Hostel
+35567 677 0770
3.7 Km from Barleti University / 17 minutes by car
Rruga Musa Maci 1, Tirana, Albania
Location on the map: Trip'N'Hostel
3.7 Km from Barleti University / 17 minutes by car
Rruga Kavajes 80, Njesia Nr.7, Tirana, Albania
Location on the map: Hostel Albania
2.4 Km from Barleti University / 7 minutes by car
Rr. Vllazën Huta, Nr. 79 Tirana Tirana, 1017, Albania
Location on the map: ART Hostel & Apartments
+355 67 200 1821
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