CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Monday, November 3rd, 2014 Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

Monday, November 3rd, 2014
Registration and Welcome Reception
Location: Wilkins South Cloisters
15:30 - 18:30
Tuesday, November 4th, 2014
09:00 - 10:00
Registration. Morning Tea/Coffee
Location: Wilkins South Cloisters
10:00 - 11:00
Keynote Speaker – Dr Jean Venables
Location: The Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Wilkins Building
11:00 - 12:00
Poster Pitch – a platform for poster authors to provide a brief summary of their posters
Location: The Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Wilkins Building
12:00 - 13:30
12:00 - 12:20
Resilient Urban Systems &
Networks (Theory and Practice)
Session Chair: Andy Chow
Location: Wilkins Gustave Tuck LT
Governance & Resilience in
Cities (Density)
Session Chair: Greg Keeffe
Location: Wilkins Garden Room
Social Sustainability &
Community Resilience (Health,
Vulnerable Groups and Stigma)
Session Chair: Susan Buckingham
Location: South Wing 9 Garwood
1. Translating resilience from
theory to practice
Steven Forrest, Katya Brooks,
Paula Orr, Clare Twigger-Ross
4. Vacant Sites Mapping:
Motivation, process and use
Philip Richard Crowe, Karen Foley
TURAS, University College Dublin,
7. A Bifocal Approach for
framing community resilience
Lucelia Rodrigues, Laura Alvarez,
Katharina Borsi, Mark Gillott
University of Nottingham, United
5. Governing for resilience:
responding to the complexities
of urban densification
Rachna Gupta Lévêque
UCL, United Kingdom
8. Investigating resilience for
vulnerable urban children:
lessons from Bangkok’s Bang
Bua Canal
Pamela Sitko, David Sanderson
Oxford Brookes University, United
Collingwood Environmental
Planning, London, United Kingdom
12:20 - 12:50
2. Investigating the interrelationships between resilience
and sustainability of built
Yahya Wisam Al-saeed, Ahmed
Abdullahi, Mark Gaterell
Department of Civil Engineering,
Architecture and Building, Coventry
University, United Kingdom
12:50 - 13:10
13:10 - 13:30
3. Smart and resilient cities:
synergies and mismatching
points between the two
Rocco Papa, Adriana Galderisi,
Maria Cristina Vigo Majello, Erika
University of Naples "FEDERICO
II", Italy
6. A Dynamic Master Plan for the
21st Century. A Paradigm Shift
within the Eastern European
Urban Planning System
Tiberiu Constantin Florescu,
Andrei Mitrea
Theme discussion
Theme discussion
University of Architecture and
Urban Planning "Ion Mincu"
Bucharest, Romania
13:30 - 14:30
Location: Wilkins South Cloisters
14:30 - 15:50
9. The role of community
resilience at campus level. The
case of Hokkaido University in
Sapporo, Japan.
Giulia Sonetti, Patrizia Lombardi,
Federica Borio
Politecnico di Torino and Università
di Torino Viale Mattioli, Turin (Italy)
Theme discussion
Dealing with Complexities &
Risks (Modelling and
Technology at Different Scales)
Session Chair: Carlos Molina Hutt
Location: Wilkins Gustave Tuck LT
Engineering a Low Carbon Urban
Environment (Buildings)
Session Chair: Taku Fujiyama
Location: Wilkins Garden Room
Social Sustainability &
Community Resilience
Session Chair: Liza Griffin
Location: South Wing 9 Garwood
14:30 - 14:50
10. Developing a geographically
detailed housing stock model
for the North East of England
Timothy Lee, Miaomiao He, Simon
C Taylor, Steven K Firth, Kevin J
Loughborough University, United
13. Remaking the Kuwaiti house
Yousef Abdul Mohsin Al Haroun
University of Sheffield, Sheffield,
United Kingdom
16. Results of Gaming
Simulation as Community Flood
Management Training for Trainer
Tools: A Case Study of
Donmuang District
Communities, Bangkok,
Pongpisit Huyakorn, Paola Rizzi,
Sarunwit Promsaka Na
University of Sassari, Italy
14:50 - 15:10
11. Development of a dynamic
local scale stock model to
assess thermal demand
Sophie Simpson, David Jenkins,
Sandhya Patidar
Heriot-Watt University, United
14. Modelling the urban
microclimate: A case study of
the Barbican Estate in London.
Sabine Hogenhout
Henley Halebrown Rorrison, United
17. Towards an integrated
framework for building
resilience using flood memory in
built environment
Namrata Bhattacharya Mis1,
Jessica Elizabeth Lamond2
1,2University of West of England,
United Kingdom
15:10 - 15:30
12. Determinants of greenhouse
gas emissions associated with
the daily commute in Mexico
Emma Terama, Louise Guibrunet
Institute for Sustainable Resources,
University College London, United
15. Dynamic modelling of a large
scale retrofit programme for the
housing stock in the North East
of England
Miaomiao He, Timothy Lee, Simon
C. Taylor, Steven K. Firth, Kevin J.
Loughborough University, United
18. Exposing the Dependence of
Resilient Civic Institutions on
Urban Order - Depth - in a North
Indian Basti.
Rachel Marie O'Grady
London Metropolitan University,
United Kingdom
15:30 - 15:50
Theme discussion
Theme discussion
Theme discussion
15:50 - 16:20
Afternoon Break
Location: Wilkins South Cloisters
16:20 - 17:40
16:20 - 16:40
16:40 - 17:00
Social Sustainability Workshop.
The session is focused on
understanding of social aspects
of sustainability and
incorporating them into
engineering and planning
Session Chair: Sarah Bell
Location: Wilkins Gustave Tuck LT
Resilient Urban Systems &
Networks (Interdependence and
Session Chair: Victoria SwordDaniels
Location: Wilkins Garden Room
Sustaining the City – Improving
Urban Resource Supply Systems
Session Chair: Helena Titheridge
Location: South Wing 9 Garwood
Integrated Network of Social
Sustainability (INSS)
Nicole Peterson
Charlotte Assistant Professor of
Anthropology, University of North
19. A Data Mining Approach to
Seismic Fragility Analysis of
Road and Rail Bridges
Khaled Paul Taalab1, Pierre Gehl2,
Tao Cheng1, Dina D'Ayala2
University College London, United
22. Super suburbia: developing
resilience by closing resource
cycles in North Belfast.
Greg Keeffe
Queens University Belfast, United
20. Seismic Loss and Downtime
Assessment of Existing Tall
Steel-Framed Buildings and
Strategies for Increased
Carlos Manuel Molina Hutt1,
Ibrahim Almufti2, Michael Willford3,
Gregory Deierlein4
1UCL, United Kingdom; 2Arup San
Francisco; 3Arup San Francisco;
4Stanford University
23. Resilience of the South
Korean Electric Grid to
Disasters: Development of
Socio-Infrastructure Network
Daniel A. Eisenberg1, Jeryang
Park2, Thomas P. Seager1
1Arizona State University, United
States of America; 2Hongik
University, South Korea
21. Understanding the role of
redundancy in planning resilient
approaches to Slow Burn and
Shock Events
Peter William Lee
The University of Birmingham,
United Kingdom
24. Local Projects for
Sustainable Energy: Exploring
the Nature of Success
Beck Collins
Birmingham City University, United
Theme discussion
Theme discussion
Social Sustainability and Urban
Tim Dixon
Professor of Sustainable Futures in
the Built Environment, University of
Frameworks for Measuring and
Design for Social Sustainability
Lucia Caistor-Arena
Head of Projects, Social Life
(Young Foundation)
17:00 - 17:20
17:20 - 17:40
Engineering Urban Water
Systems and Social
Sarah Bell
Senior Lecturer, Department of
Civil, Environmental and Geomatic
Engineering, University College
Crossrail Corporate Social
Responsibility (CRD): Delivering
Legacy Driven and Sustainable
Community Investment
Shireen Ali-Khan
Community Investment Programme
Manager, Crossrail
19:15 - 19.30
Meeting Point: Wilkins South Cloisters - to walk to the restaurant with fellow delegates (optional)
Conference Dinner
Location: Tas Restaurant. Address: 22 Bloomsbury Street, WC1B 3QJ
Wednesday, November 5th, 2014
08:30 - 08:55
Location: Wilkins South Cloisters
09:00 - 10:00
Keynote Speaker: Dr Thomas Seager
Location: Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Wilkins Building
10:00 - 10:30
Morning Break
Location: Wilkins South Cloisters
10:30 - 11:50
Dealing with Complexities &
Risks (Water, Uncertainty and
Session Chair: Philippe Duffour
Location: Wilkins Gustave Tuck LT
Environment & Governance in
Cities (Planning Paradigms)
Session Chair: Elizabeth Rapoport
Location: Wilkins Garden Room
Social Sustainability &
Community Resilience (Ecology
& Community)
Session Chair: Kate Crawford
Location: Wilkins Haldane Room
10:30 - 10:50
25. Many-objective optimisation
of London’s water supply under
Ivana Huskova1, Julien J. Harou2,
Joseph R. Kasprzyk3, Patrick M.
Reed4, Evgenii S. Matrosov2
1University College London, United
Kingdom; 2University of
Manchester; 3University of
Colorado; 4Cornell University
28. How tensions between
resilience and sustainability
inform urban transitions
Chelleri, Lorenzo (1); Fratzeskaki,
Niki (2); Barthel, Stephan (3)
1: Gran Sasso Science Institute,
Urban Unit; 2: Dutch Research
Institute for Transition; 3:
Stockholm Resilience Centre,
Stockholm University
31. Monitoring urban
biodiversity using the urban
Alison Julia Fairbrass1,2, Lisa
Hundt2, Helena Titheridge1, Kate
1University College London, United
Kingdom; 2Bat Conservation Trust
10:50 - 11:10
26. Predicting the hydraulic and
life-cycle cost performance of
rainwater harvesting systems in
Ibadan using a computer based
modelling tool
Omolara, Oyewumi Lade, David
University of Wolverhampton,
United Kingdom
29. Sustainability and resilience
as key themes in the planning
history of Canberra
Karl Friedhelm Fischer, James
University of New South Wales,
32. Resilience and social
sustainability: nested concepts
in community led local
Johanne Orchard-Webb, Andrew
University of Brighton, United
11:10 - 11:30
27. Integrating Water
Management Scenarios into
Urban Landscape Planning
under Conditions of Uncertainty
– The Case of Hamra
Neighborhood, Beirut
Yasmina Choueiri, Yaser Abunnasr
American University of Beirut,
Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)
30. Neoliberalism and
reconstruction processes in
Chile, discussing the role of
State and communities
Claudia Gonzalez-Muzzio1,
Vicente Sandoval2
1Ambito Consultores, Chile; 2The
Bartlett Development Planning Unit
(DPU), University College London
(UCL), United Kingdom
33. The Emilia (Italy) Earthquake
of 2012: a resilient community
response facing a new hazard
Cinzia Lanfredi Sofia
University of Modena Reggio
Emilia, Italy
11:30 – 12:00
Theme discussion
Theme discussion
Theme discussion
12:00 – 13:45
Lunch & Poster Presentations
Location: Wilkins South Cloisters
13:45 – 15:05
Sustaining the City (Urban
Design and Urban Systems)
Session Chair: Cassidy Johnson
Location: Wilkins Gustave Tuck LT
Resilient Urban Systems &
Networks (Urban Modelling)
Session Chair: Alex Frediani
Location: Wilkins Garden Room
Social Sustainability &
Community Resilience
Session Chair: John Twigg
Location: Wilkins Haldane Room
13:45 - 14:05
34. UBC living lab: innovation in
accelerating the adoption of
sustainable technologies for
campus infrastructure
Paul Save, Froese Thomas
University of British Columbia,
37. Reconciling resilience and
sustainability in overheating and
energy performance
assessments of non-domestic
Esfand Burman1, Judit Kimpian2,
Dejan Mumovic1
1University College London (UCL),
United Kingdom; 2Aedas Architects,
United Kingdom
40. A Post-Political Critique of
Resilient Communities
Liza Griffin
University College London, United
14:05 - 14:25
35. Shrinking city dilemmas:
future planning with legacy
Ine Steenmans1,2, Lawrie
1UCL, United Kingdom; 2Buro
Happold, United Kingdom
38. Assessment of major
weather event impacts using
traffic microsimulation
techniques. The case study of
Newcastle upon Tyne
Fabio Galatioto, Ronald Roberts
Newcastle University, United
41. From Sustainability through
Resilience to Assemblage
thinking: Schizophrenic
Buildings and UK social housing
Fuad Ali
14:25 - 14:45
36. Urban design in the Water
Sensitive City
Catalina Codruta Dobre
Université Libre de Bruxelles,
39. Optimal locations of police
resources with consideration of
urban resilience
Andy Chow
University College London, United
42. Wellingtons, fortitude and
friends: how vulnerable people
cope with travel disruption
caused by floods
Nicola Christie, Natalie Chan, Liza
Griffin, Helena Titheridge, John
University College London, United
14:45 - 15:05
Theme discussion
Theme discussion
Theme discussion
University of Greenwich, United
15:05 – 15:10
Delegates take seats for panel event
15:15 - 16:30
Panel Discussion: Lessons Learned from the 2013-14 UK Winter Floods
Chaired by: Roger Harrabin, BBC Environment Analyst
Location: Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre
16:30 - 16:45
Prizes and Closing Ceremony
Location: Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre