tIP is organised by Deltametropolis Association in cooperation with the universities of Randstad Holland (RHS). Each tIP illustrates, from a different perspective, how facilities or activities are important for RHS and consequently contribute to its international image.
Lecture series the International Perspectives (tIP) is organised and initiated by Association Deltametropolis within the framework of Het Programma van de Metropool.
Information / orders:
| email@example.com | (David Dooghe, project manager)
| Report: A Metropolitan Strategy for the Netherlands | (Final Debate, PDF)
| Report #7: Knowledge Clusters | (Lecture & Expert meeting, PDF)
| Report #6: Attractive City | (Lecture & Expert meeting, PDF)
| Report #5: International Organisations | (Lecture & Expert meeting, PDF)
| Report #4: Self Organising City | (Lecture & Expert meeting, PDF)
| Report #3: Flagship Developments | (Lecture & Expert meeting, PDF)
| Report #2: Social Network City | (Lecture & Expert meeting, PDF)
| Report #1: Cultural Clusters | (Lecture & Expert meeting, PDF)
| Poster | (All lectures, PDF)
The above tIP reports can be picked up at the agency for EUR 2,-- or ordered online for EUR 3,50 (including shipping). Association members can pick up the reports for free. Discount for multiple units may apply.
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Social Network City
Self Organising City
Detailed information on each lecture can be accessed by clicking on the subjects below. Registration is required, the registration form can be found on each individual tIP page. The reports of the meetings can be downloaded here or read as 'online magazines'.
|22-09-2011||Bernd Fesel (GER)||| Cultural Clusters |||TUD|
|13-10-2011||Christian Licoppe (FR)||| Social Network City |||UU|
|03-11-2011||Paul Lecroart (FR)||| Flagship Developments |||UvA|
|24-11-2011||Stephen Marshall (UK)||| Self Organising City |||EUR|
|26-01-2012||Eric Corijn (BE)||| International Organisations |||ULcDH|
|16-02-2012||Doug Saunders (UK)||| Attractive City |||ULcL|
|08-03-2012||Philip McCann (NZL)||| Knowledge Clusters |||VU|
|29-03-2012||Diverse panel||| Final Debate |||NAi|
the International Perspectives
The International Perspectives (tIP) is a public programme which highlights inspiring examples on how facilities or activities transform an urban area into a metropolis.
tIP consist of a series of 7 public lectures (in English), with inspiring international speakers, and 7 private expert meetings.The tIP results will lead to a final debate and publication in spring 2012.
The series will take place from september 2011 to march 2012. Each of the 7 lectures will take place on a Thursday evening, starting from 19.30. Every university of Randstad Holland will host a tIP, each focussing on a specific theme. These themes are: cultural clusters, social network city, flagship developments, self-organising city, knowledge clusters, international organisations and attractive city.
In each of the 7 lectures, an international speaker will present how facilities or activities are important to the development of a city or urban area. Following the lecture, peer reviewers will assess and discuss the possibilities of each international perspective for Randstad Holland.
An expert meeting with selected academic, enterpreneurial and governemental guests will take place on the Friday following the lecture.
The expert meeting will explore the theme of the lecture in more depth, by examining specific facilities or activities in Randstad Holland.
The guest speaker will reflect on the research presented by the hosting university.
Board of studies
To manage the series of lectures, determine priorities and accomplish a knowledge network, a board of studies has been appointed. The board members are:
Bert van Meggelen (Maat-Werk, owner)
Arno van Roosmalen (Stroom Den Haag, director)
Annemiek Rijckenberg (Senior advisor urban development)
Tracy Metz (Harvard Graduate School of Design, guest researcher)
Rene Boomkens (University of Groningen, culture philosophy professor)
Maurits de Hoog (Delft University of Technology, urban design professor)