The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is pleased to share the successful kick-off of the CRUNCH project.
An international project, led by the University of Portsmouth’s Cluster for Sustainable Cities, with a funding value of 1.6 million euros, has successfully been kicked-off in a two-day event.
The research project "CRUNCH: Climate Resilient Urban Nexus CHoices: operationalising the Food-Water-Energy-Nexus" was selected for funding in a 2-stage process as part of the joint call ‘Sustainable Urbanisation Global Initiative (SUGI), organised by Urban Europe JPI and the Belmont Forum, with support from the European Commission.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries have teamed up with the University of Ghent for PlastiCity, a research project co-lead by Professor Steffen Lehmann.
School of Architecture Lecturer and Director of the Cluster for Sustainable Cities, Professor Steffen Lehmann has teamed up with Professor Steven De Meester from the University of Ghent, in Belgium, to tackle research on plastic waste.
"Beginnings, Middle and End",
Eldon Building, 8 March 2018, 5pm
"Towards a New Sociopolis",
Eldon Building, 8 March 2018, 5:40pm
Eldon Building, 8 March 2018, 6:20pm
"City of Play",
Eldon Building, 5 December 2017, 12:15pm
Room: tbc, 26 October 2017, 1pm & 5pm
Eldon Building, 11 May 2017, 6pm
Milano "3-D printed Fashion",
Eldon Building, 8 Dec 6pm
Cooper Union New York,
Eldon Building, 5 Oct 6pm
Temporary mobile event structures using
a carbon-fibre kit of parts, 17 Nov 2016
"Skene Catling de la Pena Architects",
Eldon Building, 24 March 2016, 6pm
Eldon Building, 17 March 2016, 6pm
A panel of five experts lead a discussion on this year’s theme ‘The Urban Future of Portsmouth’.The panel is comprised of: Professor Graham Galbraith, Vice-Chancellor of the University; Wayne Hemingway MBE, HemingwayDesign; Cllr Donna Jones, Leader of Portsmouth City Council; Carole Damper, CEO of the Roberts Centre; and Allan Gordon, Chair of Shaping Portsmouth Developers Group. Topics under discussion will include using public dialogue to discuss visionary but grounded strategies and ideas on the future of the city of Portsmouth and what needs to be done to meet the urban challenges of the 21st century. The Urban Future of Portsmouth Flyer - May 2016
The second in a series of three events. The inaugural one was in May 2016 and the third one will be in February 2017.
The launch of the urban manifesto will take place at the University of Portsmouth’s Eldon Building. Our invited experts will give keynote presentations on the theme ‘The Urban Future of Portsmouth: Leadership to deliver the Public Space Network for the Knowledge City’.We will use public dialogue to discuss visionary but grounded strategies and ideas on the future of the city of Portsmouth and what needs to be done to meet the urban challenges of the 21st century. The discussion will explore the city’s urban transformation to a knowledgebased city and share ideas among experts.The Urban Future of Portsmouth Flyer - September 2016
Photo of the speakers at the Industry Breakfast at Guildhall, from left to right: Prof Steffen Lehmann, Prof Graham Galbraith, Flick Drummond MP, Bev Lucas, Elad Eisenstein and Jason Syrett.