Integrated Planning in a World of Turbulence
ŁÓDŹ - POLAND // 11.-15.07.2023
Full paper submission deadline extended till 26th May
Integrated Planning in a World of Turbulence
ŁÓDŹ - POLAND // 11.-15.07.2023
Submit your full paper here!
Integrated Planning in a World of Turbulence
ŁÓDŹ - POLAND // 11.-15.07.2023

Key Dates

May 12th 2023
Early bird registration deadline
May 26th 2023
Full paper submission deadline
Local Organizing Committee (LOC)

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Congress Program

July 10th - July 15th 2023

ExCo Meeting
CoRep meeting, Congress Opening, and Welcome Reception
Regular Congress Day, AESOP GA, and Gala Dinner
Regular Congress Day, YA GA, and YA Social Event
Regular Congress Day, and Mobile Workshops
Congress Closing, and Post Congress Tours


The 35th AESOP Annual Congress 2023 addresses the following scientific tracks

Smart and agile planning: smart cities and regions
Planning for mobility: accessibility, affordability and sustainability
Planning for resilience: territories, communities and environment
Planning for Culture and Tourism: Public Spaces, Heritage, Identity, Regeneration
Interdisciplinary planning education: challenges, dialogues, innovations
Turbulent Urban Futures: uncertainty and adaptability
Territories under pressure: geopolitics and planning


These are the specials sessions organised at the 35th AESOP Annual Congress 2023

What about the people? A holistic and multifaceted approach to active travel
History of town planning and urban design in Poland in the context of spatial planning trends in Europe
RE-CITY: Reviving shrinking cities – innovative paths and perspectives towards liveability for shrinking cities in Europe
Comparing urban contractual policies for integrated transport and land-use planning in the Nordics: A Discussion on Practical Implications
Accountable strategic planning in the age of decarbonization
Involving the Civil Society into Integrated Planning at the Regional Level: a Regional Design Perspective
Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning & AESOP
Asian Planning Schools Association & AESOP


Join one of the following roundtables during the 35th AESOP Annual Congress 2023

Market Forces, Regulation and Ethics of Environmental Consulting Towards Sustainable Development
Law and Planning – Productive Partners or Distant Cousins?
Socially Responsible Research – Reflecting the Way We Are Doing Research
The Potential of Spatial Planning for Transformative Change to Preserve and Restore Biodiversity in Urban and Rural Areas
Futuring the European Metropolitan Region – Between Strategic Positioning and Everyday Life Worlds
Planning Across Borders in Times of War and Geopolitical Conflict
Accessibility Research for Promoting Active Transport in Urban Streets and Neighbourhoods
What (and How) Revitalisation of Cities and Neighbourhoods Can Contribute to Urban Sustainability Transformation
The Role of Knowledge Transfer Between Universities and Urban Practice for Resilient Transformation, Case Study Ukraine
While this ‘critical’ strand of literature has made the scientific planning community more self-reflective, it might be time to address some major questions.
The roundtable aims at eliciting short presentations from up to ten contributors on community-led planning across different countries of the world.

Keynote Speakers

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
National University Polytechnic of Lviv
TU Kaiserslautern
University of Gdansk