AESOP BEST CONFERENCE PAPER AWARD 2015 goes to
Lukas Gilliard and Alain Thierstein
for the paper Competencies revisited: An educational approach to conceptualise planning as a boundary discipline presented at the Track 3 Responsibilities in Planning Education and Practice, at the AESOP Annual Congress 2015 in Prague.
Following nominations of Track Chairs the Committee selected seven papers were included in the final competition:
Antoine Decoville and Frederic Durand – Building a cross-border spatial planning strategy between four countries: a wishful thinking?
Matthew Gebhardt – Transient and Informal: Negotiating Temporary Use in Portland, Chicago and Detroit
Lukas Gilliard and Alain Thierstein – Competencies revisited: An educational approach to conceptualise planning as a boundary discipline
Caroline Osborne, Claudia Baldwin, Dana Thomsen – A mixed methods approach to measuring neighbourhood social capital : a case study in South East Queensland, Australia
Marco Picone, Filippo Schilleci, and Francesca Lotta – Adopt a neighbourhood: When planners meet schoolchildren
Wolfgang Scholz – Urban planning lost in translation: colonial urban planning systems and today’s reality - Tanzania informal settlements
Stefan Telle – European Union Cohesion Policy and the (Re-) Production of Centrality and Peripherality through Soft Spaces with Fuzzy Boundaries