TTAT - Athens Conference
The European Programme Leonardo da Vinci, part of the wider 2007-2013 Lifelong Learning Programme, aims at supporting the improvement of quality and innovation, that is to say the attractiveness of education and professional training. It develops in various types of actions among which the Projects for the Transfer and Development of Innovation. The coordination of aims and strategies at European level highlights the need of defining common training tools to give technicians the right know-how in order to carry on properly urban renovation, and to spread out innovative and effective operational techniques. Aware of this need, the European Commission financed, within the above mentioned Leonardo Programme, the research project TTAT “Training Tools for Accessible Towns”, which aims to realize a multilingual e-platform (English, French, Greek, Italian and Rumanian) for architects, technicians of public administrations or professionals, acting as a support to programming, designing or making accessible infrastructures and urban spaces. The research project involves 5 Countries: France, United Kingdom, Greece, Italy and Romania. All the partners are involved in training activities and come from different areas: architecture, engineering, urban planning, sociology; they work either for the public or the private sector, as universities and research centers, no profit associations and professional practices, in several European countries. The research project lasts two years and concerns the topics of planning a city accessible for all. It is organized in phases concerning both the theoretical and the practical approach. If the first part is dedicated to the comparison of various laws and technical regulations and to the analysis of the teaching tools, the second relates to the technical solutions and case studies. The third part focuses on the organization of the know-how previously acquired for the building up and managing of an e-learning platform.
ARVHA BBM grup Sotiris PAPADOPOULOS(OMADA 80) DIPSA, Dipartimento di Progettazione e studio dell’architettura SMALA
Thursday 28 June 2012 at 15:00h - Conference hall of the Technical Chamber of Greece, Athens.
Conference hall, Technical Chamber of Greece, 4 Nikis str, Syntagma