DLA Conference 2013 Guide - Hochschule Anhalt

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DLA Conference 2013 Guide - Hochschule Anhalt

DLA Conference 2013 Guide Status 3 JUNE 2013

Anhalt University – Bernburg Campus, Germany

Conference Location: CAMPUS - Strenzfeld, D-06406 Bernburg

2 Introduction

4 Thursday Session

7 Friday Session

9 Saturday Session

11 Sunday Excursion

12 DLA 2013 workshops

14 Keynote Speakers

22 DLA Program Committee

26 Site Plans

28 List of Participants

33 List Posters (“My 3D Landscape” & General Contributions)

35 List of Accommodations

36 Geodesign Summit | Call for Papers and Posters DLA 2014

40 SOS | Credits

42 Partners

Information:

Please sign up at the registration desk for dinner(s) and excursion

Contact:

Hochschule Anhalt, Konferenz DLA 2013| Lehrgebiet Landschaftsinformatik

Prof Erich Buhmann

Strenzfelder Allee 28, D-06406 Bernburg, Germany

la@loel.hs-anhalt.de

www.digital-la.de

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Landscape Architects from all over the world coming to

Hochschule Anhalt

For the 14th time Landscape Architects and Planners from more than 30

different countries will attend the conference “Digital Landscape Architecture”

held from 6 till 8 June, 2013 at the Anhalt University. Today it is already possible

to interactively and digitally design our world using a mobile tablet PC with

connection to the relevant geographic data. Together we want to discuss the

future of this development with national and international partners.

The most current contents of the 50 lectures on interactive movement within

virtual landscape using mobile tablet PC and using CroudSourcing in urban

planning will also be addressed in seven workshops in the afternoon sessions in

addition to this year’s conference we are bringing to you top professionals from

leading digital landscape architecture companies from across Europe namely:

West8, KARRESENBRANDS, TOPOTEK 1 and GROSS.MAX.

All supporters and friends of the Hochschule Anhalt are invited for the public

concert during the conference dinner on Friday 7 June at 20:00 with the

rockabilly band “THE MOO” at the stage of the restaurant of AKZENT Hotel

AcamedResort in Neugattersleben close to Nienburg.

The full program of the conference and the program of the excursion to the

Worlitz gardens taking place on Sunday, June 9th 2013 can be found on the

webpage of Prof. Erich Buhmann www.digital-la.de. Additionally it is possible to

separately book your attendance for only the excursion on this webpage.

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Landschaftsarchitekten aus der ganzen Welt zu Gast

an der Hochschule Anhalt.

Vom 6. bis 8. Juni 2013 empfängt die Hochschule Anhalt zur diesjährigen 14-ten

Konferenz „Digital Landscape Architecture“ Landschaftsarchitekten und Planer

aus mehr als dreißig Ländern.

Die interaktive digitale Gestaltung unserer Welt ist heute auf mobilen Tablet PCs

mit unmittelbarem Zugriff auf die jeweiligen geographischen Daten möglich.

Gemeinsam mit nationalen und internationalen Partnern werden dabei im

Bernburger Kurhaus Forschungsergebnisse und Zukunftsfragen diskutiert. Diese

Veranstaltung reiht sich in die Aktionswoche „Bernburger Saalesommer“ ein, bei

der 20 Jahre Landschaftsarchitektur-Ausbildung als auch 10 Jahre internationale

Landschaftsarchitektur-Ausbildung an der Hochschule Anhalt in Bernburg gefeiert

wird.

Neben mehr als fünfzig Vorträgen werden an den Nachmittagen Workshops mit

international renommierten Experten zu Themen wie interaktive Bewegung in

virtuellen Landschaften am mobilen Tablet PC oder die Verwendung von

CroudSourcing für die Fragen der Stadtplanung und die Verwendung von

hochauflösenden neuen Fernerkundungsdaten angeboten. Die wissenschaftlichen

Beiträge sind unter „Digital Landscape Architecture 2013“ auf 400 Seiten im

Fachbuchverlag Wichmann erschienen.

Fachlicher Höhepunkt ist eine Veranstaltung am Samstagvormittag (8. Juni), bei

der Vorträge von vier Büroleitern der weltweit renommiertesten

Landschaftsarchitekturbüros stattfinden. Aus Edinburgh (Schottland) kommt

Eelco Hooftman vom Büro GROSS.MAX, aus Holland kommen Bart Brands von

KARRES ENBRANDS und Christian Dobrick von West 8 und aus Berlin kommt

Martin Rein-Cano vom Büro TOPOTEK1.

Alle Freunde der Hochschule sind am Freitag, dem 7. Juni ab 20:00 zu einem

öffentlichen Konzert der Rockabily Band „THE MOO“ eingeladen.

Das komplette Tagungsprogramm, einschließlich dem zur gartendenkmalpfle

gerischen Fachexkursion in die Wörlitzer Gartenanlagen am Sonntag, den 9. Juni

2013 (Witterungsabhängig) , zu der sich Interessierte über die Webseite auch

getrennt registrieren können sind unter der Webseite des Tagungsleiters Prof.

Erich Buhmann unter www.digital-la.de eingestellt.

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Thursday, 6 June 2013:

GeoDesign

08:00 – 09:00 Registration at Entrance Foyer of Biotechnikum, Strenzfelder

Allee 28, Bernburg, and Opening of Exhibitions, Coffee

09:00 – 09:30 Welcoming Addresses

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Dieter Orzessek, President, Anhalt University

Klaus Rehda; President, Landesamt für Umweltschutz Sachsen-

Anhalt (LAU) / State Agency for Environmental Protection

Music by Antje Karls (Violin) and Thorsten Fabrizi (Piano)

09:30 – 10:30 Opening Keynote: “Trends and Influences, Some

Examples, and Their Implications on Practice and

Education in Geodesign” / Kurze deutschsprachig

Einführung von Prof. Erich Buhmann

Prof. Dr. Carl Steinitz, Harvard University, U.S.A

10:30 – 11:00 Group Photo - Coffee Break

11:00 –12:30 Parallel lecture sessions:

Hörsaal Biotechnikum

Environmental

Information in Planning

and Design

Moderation: Prof. Dr.

Stefan Taeger, Hochschule

Osnabrück

Zeichensaal Biotechnikum

DLA Forum: Neue Technologien

und Anwendungen in der

Landschaftsarchitektur und

Umweltplanung

deutschsprachig, Sitzungsleitung:

Matthias Pietsch

Verwendung von Fachsoftware

im Kommunalen

Grünflachenmanagement

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Analysis of Sequential

Landscape Experience

Prof. Dr. Ian Bishop,

University of Melbourne,

Australia

Collaboration of Landscape

Architecture Students in

Reducing Negative Effects

of Climate Environment

Anna Czinkoczky, Corvinus

Univ. Budapest, Hungary

LIDAR Data Use for 3D

Visualization of the

Maltese Islands

Dr. Saviour Formosa,

University of Malta

Standardization

The Place for BIM in

Landscape Architecture

Andrew Nessel, SUNY ESF,

U.S.A

Stephen Herberth, Beuth

Hochschule für Technik Berlin

Möglichkeiten zum Austausch

von Erfahrungen und

Forschungsergebnissen in der

Pflanzenverwendung

Marcel Heins, Hochschule Anhalt

Berücksichtigung von

Biodiversitätsaspekten in der

Umweltplanung - Nutzung

vorhandener Datengrundlagen

und Methoden

Matthias Pietsch, Prof. Hellriegel

Institut e.V. / Hochschule Anhalt

12:30–14:00 Lunch Break / Live Presentations by vendors - test new

developments as City Engine, Laubwerk Plants et. al

14:00–15:00 Keynote: Hörsaal Biotechnikum l

Scenic Impact Assessment Issues Raised by Wind Energy

Development

Prof. Dr. James Palmer, FASLA, Vermont, U.S.A

15:00–15:30 Coffee Break

15:30–17:00 Parallel workshop

session: Hörsaal

Biotechnikum

Workshop 1: 3D

Visualization of Plants

Philip Paar and Jan Walter

Schliep, Laubwerk, Berlin,

et.al.

Parallel workshop: Zeichensaal

Biotechnikum

Workshop 3: QuoVadis

Landschaftsarchitektur? –Schöne

neue Welt der Dienste und

Services in der Landschaftsarchitektur

und Umweltplanung

Dr. Michael Heiss, IP SYSCON and

Matthias Pietsch, Hochschule

Anhalt

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15:30–17:00 Parallel workshop

session: Seminarraum 2

Hellriegelhaus

Workshop 2:

Standardization for

GeoDesign

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Thomas

H. Kolbe, Technical

University Munich

Parallel lectures DLA Forum

(Fort.): Seminarraum

Biotechnikum

EGovernment AR –

Bildbasierende, Kommunikationsmodelle

als Schlüssel zum

barrierearmen

EBeteiligungsverfahren

Lisa Rockmann, Hochschule Anhalt

und

Simon Adler, Fraunhofer Institut

für Fabrikbetrieb und -

automatisierung, Magdeburg

Humansensorik und Kartierung

von Emotionen in der räumlichen

Planung

Dr. Peter Zeile und Benjamin

Bergner, TU Kaiserslautern

17:00–17:30 Closing panel of the day / Abschlussdiskussion DLA Forum

17:30 –18:30 Poster competition and presentation ceremony / Happy

hour provided by our sponsors

20:00 Get together Bernburg Strenzfeld Campus office Pavilion /

Bring your own instrument / Project Choir of Anhalt

University

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Friday, 7 June 2013:

Connectivity in Planning and Design

09:00–10:00 Keynote: Hörsaal Biotechnikum

Spatial Analysis in Geodesign Workflow, Prof. Dr. Josef Strobl,

University Salzburg, Austria

10:00–10:30 Coffee Break

10:30- Parallel lecture sessions: Parallel lecture sessions:

12:00 Hörsaal Biotechnikum Zeichensaal Biotechnikum

Modeling and

Teaching Geodesign and

Visualization of 3D GeoDesign Applications

Landscape

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Ian

Hypergraphic–Superstudio–A

D. Bishop, University of

Manifesto for Digital Landscape

Melbourne, Australia

Architecture

Who is Afraid of “Light?”

Dr. Mintai Kim, Virginia

Tech., U.S.A

Photo-based Terrain Data

Acquisition and 3D

Modeling

Prof. Howard Hahn, Kansas

State University, U.S.A

Digital Monuments and

Augmented Reality:

Study of the American Civil

War Landscapes

Shamsul Abu Bakar,

University Putra, Malaysia

Tactile Models Carved by

Binary Numbers–

Connecting Digital and

Physical Design Method

Teaching GeoDesign

Prof. Dietmar Straub,

University of Manitoba,

Canada.

Paul Cureton, Manchester School

of Architecture, U.K

An Effective Dendrological

Inventory Process for Landscape

Architecture and Design Projects

Heiki Kalberg, Tartu College of

Tallinn University of Technology,

Estonia

Multiple-Case Study of

Transdisciplinary Geodesign

Collaboration Over Time

Dr. Olaf Schroth, University of

Sheffield U.K

12:00–13:30 Lunch Break at Campus office Pavilion (last chance to vote for

different DLA Awards including the poster competition ”My 3D

l d ”)

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13:30–14:30 Keynote: Hörsaal Biotechnikum

Moderation: Prof. Joachim Kieferle, Rhein.Main University

Brawn and Technology under the Urban Canopy,

Prof. Dr. Jörg Rekittke, National University of Singapore

14:30–15:00 Coffee Break

15:00–18:00 Parallel half-day workshop

sessions:

Zeichensaal Biotechnikum

Workshop 4:

Geo Design Curriculum

Development and Design

Moderation: Prof. Einar

Kretzler, Anhalt University

Prof. Dr. Carl Steinitz,

Harvard University, U.S.A

Prof. Dr. Josef Strobl,

University of Salzburg,

Austria

Prof. Erich Buhmann, Anhalt

University

Prof. Dr. James Palmer,

FASLA, U.S.A.

Mopelola O. Kassim, Nigeria

et. al

Parallel half-day workshop

session:

Hörsaal Biotechnikum

Workshop 5:

Patch-Scape; pads, pods, phones

and Spatial data

Prof. Mike Phillips, i-DAT Director

of research and

Dr. Katherine Willis, Plymouth

University, England;

Prof. Dr. Chris Speed, University of

Edinburgh, Scotland

Pierre Forissier, University of

Edinburgh, Scotland

Christopher Barker, University of

Edinburgh, Scotland

18:00–18:30 Closing panel of the day

20:00 Landscape Architects and Rockabilly with THE MOO:

Conference Dinner at ACAMED AKZENT Hotel AcamedResort,

Brumbyer Straße 5 | D-06429 Nienburg OT Neugattersleben

Award Ceremony DLA Awards for best paper, best

presentation, highest rated scientific contribution, et. a

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Saturday, 8 June 2013:

Collaboration in Planning andDesign

9:00–09:40

9:40–10:00

5-minute Presentations Hörsaal Biotechnikum

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Jörg Rekittke, National University of

Singapore, Singapore

Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Landscape Views and

Panoramas

Dr. Agnieszka Ozimek, Cracow University of Technology, Poland

A numerical model of solar transmittance for isolated trees in

an urban area

Prof. Dr. Eiko Kumakura, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Mapping and Modeling of Village Landscape Character

Sevgi Gormus, Bartin University, Faculty of Forestry, Landscape

Architecture Department, Turkey

Permeable Pavement for Designing and Planning of Landscape

Architecture

Dr. Mehmet Cetin, Temple University, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Visualizing geocodes messages using a crowdsourcing portal for

twitter

Stefanie Mannl, Mareike Wendland and Martin Becker,

Hochschule Anhalt

Award Ceremony and presentations of Poster Competition

“My 3D Landscape”, Hörsaal Biotechnikum

Moderation: Prof. Erich Buhmann, DLA Chair, and Susanne

Tschirner on behalf of the main sponsor, Esri

10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break at Foyer Biotechnikum

10:30 – 12:30 Digital Communication in Landscape Architecture

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Jörg Rekittke and Prof. Harlind Libbrecht,

University College Ghent, Belgium

Digital Communication at Gross.Max,

Eelco Hooftman, GROSS.MAX, Edinburgh, Scotland

Current work of Karres en Brands,

Bart Brands, Karres en Brands, Hilversum, Holland

Second Nature- Landscape Architecture for Human Beings,

Christian Dobrick, West 8, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Personal Public Space,

Martin Rein-Cano,TOPOTEK1, Berlin

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break at Campus office Pavilion

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14:00 – 15:30 Digital Communication in Landscape Architecture (continued)

3D Digital Plants in Landscape Architecture. Limits + Challenges

beyond Photoshop,

Thomas Jarosch, Häfner/Jiménez, Berlin

Online-Communication for Landscape Architects,

André Eißer, Perspektivmedien UG, Petra Schoelkopf,

freiraumforum, Hannover

Social media: Ideas from a regional design competition,

Renee de Waal, Wageningen University, Netherlands

15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break at Foyer Biotechnikum

16:00 –17:30 Parallel workshop

session: Zeichensaal

Biotechnikum

Workshop 6: Enduring

geoKnowledge

Dr. Manfred Mittlböck,

University Salzburg,

Austria

Parallel workshop session: Hörsaal

Biotechnikum

Workshop 7: 3D Geo-Designed

Mapping: DataScaping

Prof. Dr. Nadia Amoroso, University of

Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Haim

Sechter, DataAppeal, Ontario, Canada

17:30 –18:00 Final Closing Panel of DLA 2013

20:00 Landscape Architecture Intervention on the Saale River

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Sunday, 9 June 2013:

DLA Excursion

09:00 Excursion to destinations in Saxony Anhalt

Depart from Kurhaus, Bus stop Kaiplatz for two different

Bus excursions (Depending on the weather please sign up):

Full day excursion: Wörlitz Garden 9:00 departure from

Bernburg Bus stop Kaiplatz / Kurhaus – max. 7 seats in small

bus - 10:30 meeting point at Wörlitz Church if you drive

separately)

Half day excursion: Open gardens and parks in Bernburg:

9:00 departure from Bernburg Bus stop Kaiplatz / Kurhaus –

max. 30 seats in bus - Martinszentrum - Markt - Kurpark –

Staudengarten Campus Bernburg-Strenzfeld –

11:00 Rockgarden Family Banks Stassfurt Baumeckerstraße

25, 39418 Staßfurt (Siedlungsgebiet gleich am Ortseingang

von der Bernburger Straße aus) - Garden Prof. Kircher

Hohenerxleben, Alte Schenkenbreite 21, 39443

Hohenerxleben

13:00 return to Bernburg and program options within the

„Bernburger Saalesommer“ on the Saale River – join the

workshops!

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DLA workshops 2013

Please find introductions on the workshop themes in the DLA

Conference Proceedings in chapter 8

Please sign up:

Parallel Sessions on THURSDAY [15:30-17:00]

Parallel 90 minutes Workshop 1: Hörsaal Biotechnikum

3D Plant Visualisation

Parallel 90 minutes Workshop 2: Seminarraum 2 Hellriegelhaus

Standardisation

Parallel 90 minutes Workshop 3: Zeichensaal Biotechnikum

Kartendienste (in German) - see announcement below

Parallel Sessions on FRIDAY [15:00-18:00]

Parallel 1/2 day Workshop 4: Zeichensaal Biotechnikum

GeoDesign Curriculum

Parallel 1/2 day Workshop 5: Hörsaal Biotechnikum

Patch Scape; pads, pods, Phones and Saptial data

Parallel Sessions on SATURDAY [16:00-17:30]

Parallel 90 minutes Workshop 6: Zeichensaal Biotechnikum

GeoKnowledge

Parallel 90 minutes Workshop 7: Hörsaal Biotechnikum

3 D Geo-Design-Mapping

Reading on workshop 3: (in German)

Quo Vadis Landschaftsarchitektur? – Schöne neue Welt der Dienste und

Services in der Landschaftsarchitektur und Umweltplanung

Michael Heiß, IP SYSCON GmbH

Matthias Pietsch, Hochschule Anhalt

Landschaftsarchitekten und Umweltplaner nutzen und erzeugen eine Vielzahl

unterschiedlichster Informationen im Rahmen der Erstellung der verschiedenen

Planwerke. Während in der Vergangenheit der „Papierplan“ das wesentliche

Kommunikationsmittel war, treten an dessen Stelle zunehmend neue

Kommunikationsmedien. Portallösungen für unterschiedlichste

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Anwendungszwecke oder Apps ermöglichen einen nahezu unbeschränkten

Kommunikationsprozess und Informationsfluss.

Dadurch ergeben sich einerseits eine Vielzahl an Möglichkeiten der Einbindung

von Bürgern und Entscheidern im Rahmen partizipativer Planungsprozesse, die

durch die steigende Komplexität rechtlicher und planerischer Rahmenbedingen

an Bedeutung gewinnt. Andererseits besteht damit die Möglichkeit

Informationen aus verteilten Systemen plattformunabhängig

zusammenzuführen. Dadurch ergeben sich jedoch neue Anforderungen an das

Datenmanagement sowie notwendige Kenntnisse über die Verwendung

anerkannter technischer und fachlicher Standards.

Abb. 1: Ausschnitt aus einem GIS-Auskunftssystem unter Nutzung des XPlanung-

Standard

Im genannten Workshop soll eine kurze Einführung in die Bedeutung und

Nutzbarkeit derzeit verfügbarer Dienste und Services für Fragestellungen der

Landschaftsarchitektur und Umweltplanung gegeben werden. Anhand

praktischer Beispiele soll auf die Nutzbarkeit, die organisatorischen und

technischen Voraussetzungen sowie die Anforderungen an das zukünftige

technische Know-How von Landschaftsarchitekten und Umweltplanern

eingegangen werden. Gemeinsam mit den Teilnehmern sollen aktuelle Probleme

aus dem Planungsalltag diskutiert werden.

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Carl Steinitz

Carl Steinitz, Alexander and Victoria Wiley Professor of

Landscape Architecture and Planning Emeritus,

Graduate School of Design, Harvard University,

has devoted much of his career to improving

methods of Landscape planning and design.

Professor Steinitz has organized and taught

collaborative, multidisciplinary, semester-long

studios and many one to four day workshops on

large and complex landscape change problems for

more than 40 years at Harvard and also in many

other universities. His interests are reflected in his

teaching and research on landscape change,

methods of landscape analysis, visual quality

assessment, and design methodologies. In 1984,

he received the outstanding Educators Award of

the Council of Educators in Landscape

Architecture;

he also received the 1996 Distinguished Practitioner

Award from the International Association for

Landscape Ecology (U.S.A). He has been honored

as an outstanding teacher by Harvard University.

Among his many other awards, he was

Named Honorary Senator by Anhalt University

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Erich Buhmann,

Scientific Director of DLA

Prof. Erich Buhmann holds a bachelor’s degree in Landscape

Architecture from Munich-Weihenstephan and an MLA as

Fulbright Scholar from SUNY Syracuse in the United States.

He was appointed Professor at Anhalt University of Applied

Sciences in 1995 for Computer applications in Landscape

Planning “Landschaftinformatik” and served as founding

director of the English language Master of Landscape

Architecture (MLA) program from 1998-2008.

As a registered landscape architect, he is a partner in the

landscape architecture firm ATELIER BERNBURG Landschaftsarchitekten.

He is the manager of the regional chapter of the

German Society of Landscape Architects BDLA in the State of

Saxony Anhalt in Germany.

From 1995 to 2008, he co-authored the annual GIS report for

the German speaking part of Europe. He is a member of the

ECLAS and LE:NOTRE Steering Committee, he is also the chair

of the ECLAS committee on Digital Technology and

Accreditation System, he is also the Co-chair of the joint

IFLA-Europe-ECLAS working group,( European Recognition)

Buhmann has been Chair of the annual conference, Digital

Landscape Architecture DLA since 1999.


Matthias Pietsch

Matthias Pietsch is an expert in using GISIn landscape

planning and nature conservation. He graduated with a first

class degree in landscape architecture at Anhalt University of

Applied Sciences and received a Master degree at the

University of Salzburg. Since 1998 he has been teaching GIS

applications in environmental and landscape planning at

Anhalt University and as a visiting researcher and lecturer at

Hochshule Rapperswil and at the University of Nevada. Since

April 2010 he has been teaching at the online Master

program beMasterGIS of Anhalt University. In 2006, he

joined the Anhalt University as GIS senior research assistant

and as GIS project consultant for the affiliated Prof. Hellriegel

institute. His main areas of specialization are standardization,

developing and implementing methods using GIS in the

context of landscape architecture and environmental

planning.

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Nadia Amoroso

Nadia Amoroso is the co-founder of DataAppeal, The

software tool for visualization of digital images. The

company was created in 2011 with Haim Sechter.

Nadia Amoroso has a doctorate degree in Architectural

studies from the University College London, and

degrees in Urban design and Landscape Architecture

from the University of Toronto. Her research work on

mapping urban phenomena and design works are

published in a number of journals. She has vast

experience in the field of teaching, some of the other

Universities that she has lectured includes; Harvard

University; Anhalt University and Cornell University.

She is currently lecturing at the University of Toronto

in the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design.

She was a visiting Professor at the University of

Arkansas and recently a visiting design critic at the

University.


Haim Sechter

Haim Sechter is a business intelligence analyst and

co- founder of DataAppeal, a web-based software

application that helps in data design visualization.

The Company is based in Toronto, Canada; the

software has enjoyed great review for its usage for

rendering and easy mode of usage. Haim Sechter

is also a senior manager in the field if reporting

and analytics at Cancer Care Ontario, Canada. He

badged his first degree in Economics at York

University, Canada in 2002 and in 2011 he

graduated with an MBA at Warwick Business

School and also got a certificate from Schulich

School of business in the field of Six Sigma Green

Belt. He also has worked in notable companies

Over the years namely; Sunnybrook Health

Sciences Centre and Ministry of Health and Long-

Term Care.

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Jan Walter Schliep

Laubwerk’s lead 3D artist has one of the Most extensive

resumes in the 3D plant modeling industry, having

created a majority of the 3D models for Xfrog greenworks

and Xfrogplants series, the same CG software used by

Hollywood heavyweights such as Pixar.

He has also developed 3D crops and forests plants for use

in research projects and visualizations funded by the

Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) and the German

Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

In 2011, Jan opened the highly successful Silva3D online

store specializing in 3D ornamental plants and grasses.

In January 2013, he took on a new challenge as the lead

3D artist for Laubwerk, with the goal to create plants that

not only look great, but are far simpler to use than his

previous creations. Jan brings 14years of experience to

this exciting endeavor as he takes responsibility for all

design and procedural modeling for Laubwerk plants kit

line of render-ready 3D trees as well as advising and

testing the company’s next generation of modeling and

editing tools.


Philip Paar

Philip Paar is a 3D landscape modeling and visualization

expert, studied landscape planning at the Technical

University Berlin, Research assistant at German Federal

Agency for Nature Protection (BFN, 1996), and Leibniz

Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research project on

Computer graphics assisted landscape planning (New

Media for Landscape Planning- Lenne3D). Co-founder and

managing director of the visualization and software

company Lenne3D from 2005 to 2009. Occasional visiting

researcher or lecturer, e.g Chair of Landscape

Architecture, University of Wageningen (WUR), University

of Applied Sciences Eberswalde (FHE), University of

Applied Sciences Weihenstephan-Triesdorf, and Anhalt

University of Applied Sciences (HSA). 2009 onwards has

been visiting fellow at National Singapore University (NUS)

introducing GIS, landscape modeling, and visualization to

MLA students. Since 2010, He has been a visiting senior

research scientist at NUS. Philip is writing his doctoral

thesis on interactive landscape visualization and

requirements and concepts for digital landscape planning.

Since April 2010 has also been co-founder and managing

director of the start-up company Laubwerk.

Another of his accolades is being business start-up

stipendiary of the Beauth University of Applied Sciences,

Berlin since July 2011.

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Thomas H. Kolbe

Prof. Dr Thomas H. Kolbe is the Chairman of Technical

University Munich TUM also director of the institute for

Geodesy and Geoinformation Science. He studied computer

sciences from 1988 to 1993 and received his PhD in 1999 on

the automatic extraction of building information modeling;

3D GIS; spatial data infrastructure; WEB GIS; information

theory; and object recognition. Prof Kolbe is initiator and

one of the principal developers of the CityGML standard in

the Open Geospatial Consortium (www.citygml.org).

Since 2008, he has been the co-chair of a big European

science network with 22 participating member states (EU

COST Action TU 0801 on “Semantic enrichment of 3D city

models for sustainable urban development “). He is

currently the vice president of the German Society for

Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, and Geoinformation

(DGPF)


DLA Program Committee:

The Scientific Program Committee of the Digital Landscape Architecture

Conference currently includes the following members:

BUHMANN, Prof. Erich, Landscape Architect BDLA

Chair and Scientific Director of the International Conference on Information

Technology in Landscape Architecture: DIGITAL LANDSCAPE ARCHICTECTURE

DLA, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Germany

http://www.digital-la.de | private: atelier.bernburg@t-online.de

BISHOP, Prof. Dr. Ian

University of Melbourne, Australia

http://www.geom.unimelb.edu.au/cgism/ian.html | i.bishop@unimelb.edu.au

BLASCHKE, Prof. Dr. Thomas

Center for GeoInformatics, University of Salzburg, Austria

http://www.zgis.at | thomas.blaschke@sbg.ac.at

ERVIN, Dr. Stephen, Landscape Architect FASL

Assistant Dean for Information Technology and Director of the Computer

Resources Group at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, USA

http://www.gsd.harvard.edu | servin@gsd.harvard.edu

KIAS, Prof. Dr. Ulrich

Weihenstephan University of Applied Sciences, Germany

kias@fh-weihenstephan.de

KIEFERLE, Prof. Joachim, Architect

Hochschule RheinMain, Wiesbaden, Germany

http://caad.fab.hs-rm.de | joachim.kieferle@hs-rm.de

LANGE, Prof. Dr. Eckart

The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

http://www.shef.ac.uk/landscape/staff/profiles/eckartlange |

e.lange@sheffield.ac.uk

LENZ, Prof. Dr. Roman

Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen-Geislingen, HfWU

Nürtingen, Germany, roman.lenz@hfwu.de

PAAR, Phillip

Laubwerk Gmbh, Geschaftsfurher/Managing Director

Torstr. 75 Berlin, Germany

DLA Program Committee (continued)

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PALMER, Prof. Dr. James, Landscape Architect FASL

SUNY Syracuse, New York, USA | palmer.jf@gmail.com

PETSCHEK, Prof. Peter, Landscape Architect

Dep. of Landscape Architecture, HSR Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil,

Switzerland

peter@petschek@hsr.ch

PIETSCH, Matthias – M.SC. GIS. Landscape Architect

Anhalt University of Applied Sciences/ Hochschule Anhalt, Germany

http://www.kolleg.loel.hs-anhalt.de/gis-seminar/index.htm | pietsch@loel.hsanhalt.de

REKITTKE, Prof. Dr. Jörg , Landscape Architect

National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

http://www.arch.nus.edu.sg | rekittke@email.de

SPEED, Dr. Chris

University of Edinburgh, Lauriston place, Scotland

c.speed@ed.ac.uk

STEINITZ, Prof. Dr. Carl

Alexander and Victoria Wiley Research Professor, Graduate School of Design,

Harvard University, USA | csteinitz@gsd.harvard.edu

STEMMER, Boris, Kassel University, Germany

stemmer@uni-kassel.de

STREMKE, Dr. Sven

Wageningen University and Research, Wageningen, Netherlands

sven.stremke@wur.nl

SCHWARZ-V.RAUMER, Dr. Hans-Georg

University of Stuttgart, Germany

svr@ilpoe.uni-stuttgart.de

TAEGER, Prof. Dr. Stefan

Fachhochschule Osnabrück, Fakulät Agrarwissenschaften und

Landschaftsarchitektur, Germany, s.taeger@fh-osnabrueck.de

TOMLIN, Prof. Dr. Dana

School of Design, University of Pennsylvania, USA

http://www.cml.upenn.edu | tomlin.dana@verizon.net

DLA Program Committee (continued)

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WEiDEL, Martin

Anhalt University of Applied Sciences/Hochschule Anhalt, Germany

http://www.kolleg.loel.hs-anhalt.de/gis-seminar/index.htm

m.weidel@loel.hs-anhalt.de

Wissen, Dr. Hayek

ETH Zürich

Wolfgang-Pauli-Str. 15, HIL H 52.2 8093 Zürich, Switzerland

wissen@nsl.ethz.ch

The committee can be expanded according to need for the yearly focus areas.

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Bernburg: Train Station – Kurhaus – Campus Strenzfeld

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Campus - Strenzfeld

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DLA 2013 | Registration by 15 May 2013

DLA 2013 | 6 - 8 June

DIGITAL

LANDSCAPE

ARCHITECTURE

2013

Participation List

Title First Name Last Name Institution

2013 Speakers and Participitants (non students)

Country of

origin (if not

Germany)

1

Leena Abraham Shah Landscape Architect in London United

Kingdom

2 Shamsul Abu Bakar Universiti Putra Malaysia United States

3 Barito Adi Anhalt University Indonesia

4

Simon Adler Fraunhofer-Institut für Fabrikbetrieb

und -automatisierung IFF

5

Dr. Christian Albert Leibniz Universität Hannover &

UFZ Leipzig

6

Dr. Prof. Nadia Amoroso University of Guelph/ DataAppeal Canada

Inc,Toronto

7 Marija Antic University of Belgrade Serbia

8

Prof. Dr. Alfred Baier Anhalt University of Applied

Science

9 Dr. Emel Baylan Yuzuncu Yil University Turkey

10 Benjamin Bergner University Kaiserslautern

11 Prof. Ian Bishop University of Melbourne Australia

12

Dr. Maria Bostenaru Dan Ion Mincu University of Architecture Romania

and Urbanism

13 Prof- Elizabeth Brabec University of Massachussetts United States

14 Bart Brands Karres en Brands Netherlands

15

Prof. Erich Buhmann Anhalt University of Applied

Sciences

16 Eric Bürger Anhalt University

17

Tess Canfield Tess Canfield CMLI United

Kingdom

Serhat Cengiz Ankara University, Faculty of Turkey

18

Agriculture, Department of

Landscape Architecture

19 Ph. D. Mehmet Cetin Temple University United States

20 Joseph Claghorn Leibniz Universität Hannover

21 Jeanne Colgan Anhalt University USA

22

Paul Cureton Manchester Metropolitan University United

Kingdom

Associat Anna Czinkoczky Corvinus University of Budapest Hungary

23 e Prof.

Dr.-Ing.

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24 Sigrun Därr Landscape Architect

25 Matthias Därr Landscape Architect

26 Rene M de Waal Wageningen University Netherlands

27 Christian Dobrick West 8 Netherlands

28 Robert Drangusch Anhalt University

29 Andre Eißer Perspektivmedien UG

30

El Hassan EL ASRI University IBN ZOHR Agadir / Morocco

Morocco

31

Prof. Uwe Fichtner Anhalt University

Dr.habil

32

Prof. Dr. Dorothea Fischer-

Anhalt University

Leonhardt

33 Dr. Saviour Formosa University of Malta Malta

34

Pia Fricker ETH Zürich, Chair of Landscape Switzerland

Architecture

35

Ress. Sevgi Gormus Bartin Universitesi Turkey

Asst. Dr.

36 Toomaj Goudarznia Anhalt University Iran

37 Grischa Gundelsweiler Esri Deutschland GmbH

38

Maria Gutierrez Antón & Ghiggi Landschaft Switzerland

Architektur

39

Assistan Howard D. Hahn Kansas State University United States

t Prof.

40 Marcel Heins Anhalt University

41 Dr. Michael Heiss IP SYSCON

42 Dr.-Ing. Annette Hey Rostock University

43 Klaus Holsmölle ComputerWorks GmbH

44

Eelco Hooftman GROSS MAX United

Kingdom

45 Bianka Höpfner Landschaftsarchitektin Bianka Höpfner

46 Zhang Hua Nan Green Sky International GmbH

Dr. Andrew Hudson-Smith University College London, Centre United

47

for Advanced Spatial Analysis Kingdom

(CASA),

48 Matthias Jähne Anhalt University

49 Leslie Jakobs Umweltforschungszentrum UFZ

50 Thomas Jarosch Häfner/Jimenez

51 Heiki Kalberg University of Tartu, Estland

52

Mopelola Kassim Naturescape Consulting Ltd. Nigeria

Olajumoke

53 Simone Keim Anhalt University

54 Annet Kempenaar Wageningen UR Netherlands

55 Prof. Joachim B. Kieferle Rhein-Main Hochschule

56 Dr. Mintai Kim Virginia Tech United States

57 Dae Yong Kim Anhalt University South Korea

58 Prof. Dr. Thomas Kolbe Technical University Munich

59 Sebastian Krätzig Leibniz Universität Hannover

60

Prof. Einar Kretzler Anhalt University of Applied

Science,

61 Rene Krug Anhalt University

62 Dr. Eiko Kumakura Tokyo Institute of Technology Japan

63 Sumeet Kumar Gupta The Bodhi Architects India

64 Piotr Labedz Cracow University of Technology Poland

65 Dr. Ulrich Lange Landesamt für Umweltschutz

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66 Christian Langer GreenRoofsMalta

67 Prof. Harlind Libbrecht University College Ghent Belgium

68

Guido Liesecke K2-Computer Softwareentwicklung

GmbH

69 Pawinee Limpasurat Anhalt University Thailand

Associat Leehu Loon The University of Oklahoma United States

70 e Prof.

Dr.

71 Che Lu Green Sky International GmbH

72 Stefanie Mannl Anhalt University

73 Madeleine Manyoky ETH Zurich Switzerland

74 Prof. Dr. Elke Mertens Hochschule Neubrandenburg

75

Joanna Milewska Landscape Architect at Building Poland

Design Partnership, London

76 Dr. Manfred Mittlböck University of Salzburg Austria

77 Andrew Nessel SUNY ESF, Syracuse, N.Y. United States

78 Dr Julie Nimmo Julie Nimmo Consulting Australia

79 Utako Okamoto Kiko Network Japan

80

Prof. Dr. Dieter Orzessek President Anhalt University

Dr. hc

81 PhD Eng Agnieszka Ozimek Cracow University of Technology Poland

82

Philip Paar Laubwerk GmbH; University of

Singapore

83 Dr. Prof. James F. Palmer SUNY ESF Syracuse. N.Y. United States

84

Damian Perez Inscape-Landscape, University of Argentinia

Buenos Aires

85

Prof. Mike Phillips Plymouth University United

Kingdom

86 Matthias Pietsch Anhalt University

87

Michael Pokladek Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-

Wittenberg

88 Christiane Radies Esri Deutschland GmbH

Kalina Ra Raycheva Free Lanced Landscape Architect Bulgaria

89

ych

eva

90 Klaus Rehda President Landesamt für Umweltschutz

91 Martin Rein-Cano Topotek1

Associat Joerg Rekittke National University of Singapore Singapore

92 e Prof.

Dr.

93 Roland Ruß INDIGO Innovationspark Bernburg

94 Jan Walter Schliep Laubwerk GmbH

95 Petra Schoelkopf freiraumforum

96

Dr. Olaf Schroth Department of Landscape, The United

University of Sheffield

Kingdom

97 Kathrin Schube LILA Landschaftsarchitekten

98 Haim Sechter DataAppeal Inc, Toronto Canada

99 Gideon Spanjar Writtle School of Design Netherlands

100

Prof. Chris Speed University of Edinburgh United

Kingdom

101 Prof. Dr. Carl Steinitz Harvard University United States

102 Boris Stemmer Kassel University

103 Prof. Dietmar Straub University of Manitoba Canada

104 Prof. Dr. Josef Strobl University of Salzburg Austria

105 Linda Szücs Georg-August University Göttingen

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106 Prof. Dr. Stefan Taeger Hochschule Osnabrück

107 Andreas Thierer ComputerWorks GmbH

108 Susanne Tschirner Esri Deutschland GmbH

109 Matthias Völzke Anhalt University

110

Dr. Barty Warren-

Leibniz University Hannover

Kretzschmar

111 Damar Welz Welz Landschaftsarchitekten

112 Mareike Wendland Anhalt University

113

Dr Katharine Willis Plymouth University United

Kingdom

114 Dr. Ulrike Wissen Hayek ETH Zürich Switzerland

115 Dr. Peter Zeile University Kaiserslautern

2013 Graduate Student Participitants

1 Hushaam Ali Abbasi Anhalt University Pakistan

2 Michael Ajayi Olasoji Anhalt University Nigeria

3 Constanze Altenburg Anhalt University

4 Melanie Amend Anhalt University

5 Esther Bergstra Wageningen University Netherlands

6 Benjamin Bergt Anhalt University

7 Sophia Boettcher Anhalt University

8 Noah Buhmann University of Halle

9 Mengying Chen Anhalt University China

10 Nadia F D Agnone University IUAV di Venezia Italy

11 Robert Dietrich Anhalt University

12 Christoph Döbler Anhalt University

13 Sanja Đurković Megatrend University, Belgrade Serbia

14 Lydia Einmailig Anhalt University

15 Farid Fazeli Anhalt University Iran

16 Daniela Fischer Anhalt University

17 Anna Frenzel Anhalt University

18 Sylvia Gerloff Anhalt University

19 Philipp Germer Anhalt University

20 Olessja Günther Anhalt University

21 Christine Hauser Anhalt University

22 Salar Heidary Anhalt University Iran

23 Johanna Hellman Anhalt University

24 Stephan Herbarth Beuth Hochschule für Technik

Berlin

25 Jessica Hille Anhalt University

26 Falk Hofmann Anhalt University

27 Roxanne Hornman Wageningen University Netherlands

28 Mengmeng Hu Anhalt University China

29 Song Huang Anhalt University China

30 Karzan Jalal Anhalt University Iraq

31 Yi Ji Anhalt University China

32 Yang Jiayin Anhalt University China

33 Adeeb Kanaan Anhalt University Jordan

34 Adeeb Ey Kanaan

Anhalt University

ad

35 Thomas Kandler Anhalt University

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36 Lisa Kasprzyk Anhalt University

37 Shahryar Khaleghian Anhalt University Iran

38 Maximilia Kottwitz Anhalt University

39 Claudia Kühling Anhalt University

40 Fikret Can Kuşadalı Istanbul Technical University Turkey

41 Junye Li Anhalt University China

42 Chen Ling Anhalt University China

43 Kristin Melcher Anhalt University

44 Susanne Milatz Anhalt University

45 Samaneh Sadat Nickayin La Sapienza Iran

46 Alexander Overlack Anhalt University

47 Cailian Peng Anhalt University China

48 Francesca Perrone La Sapienza Italy

49 Tabea Pitzer Anhalt University

50 Sadiq Ramerzan Anhalt University Iraq

51 Hoda Rashidi Nia Anhalt University Iran

52 Baritoadi Rayaganda Rito Islamic University of Indonesia Indonesia

Buldan

53 Lisa Rockmann Anhalt University

54 Jenny Roessing Anhalt University

55 Foroogh Salehi Anhalt University Iran

56 Jale Sari Anhalt University UAE

57 Melanie Schreier Anhalt University

58 Sevinc Sevinc Anhalt University Turkey

59 Dali Si Anhalt University China

60 Jeannetta Skomrock Anhalt University

61 Friedrich Strauß Anhalt University

62 Rui Sui Anhalt University China

63 Ting Sun Anhalt University China

64 Ping Sun Anhalt University China

65 Viviane Towalska Anhalt University

66 Christoph Ulrich Anhalt University

67 Christoph Ulrich Anhalt University

68 Fei Wang Anhalt University China

69 Iris Weinreich Anhalt University

70 Peggy Werner Anhalt University

71 Nadia Winter Anhalt University

72 Xiaoxue Xie Anhalt University China

73 Ye Zhang Anhalt University China

74 Ying Zhang Anhalt University China

75 Ying Zhang Anhalt University

76 Wang Zhishu Anhalt University China

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DLA 2013

POSTER SUBMISSION

BEST PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO “My 3D

LANDSCAPE”:

Poster

No.

Title of Poster

Author / Organisation

01 Visual-Acoustic 3D Landscapes

Madeleine Manyoky & Dr. Ulrike Wissen,

et.al , ETH Zurich, Switzerland

02

Augmented Reality als Werkzeug der

Architekturkommunikation und des

Architekturmarketings

Lisa Rockmann, Rene Krug, et al. Anhalt

University

03

Cultural Ecosystem Services in a

Retro(per)spective

Linda, Szücs & Ulrike Anders et.al,

Department of Nature Conservation and

Landscape Management, Georg-

August University of Göttingen,

Germany,

04 Digital Precision for Unadorned Realism

Ruen Qing Wong, Jiahao Yeo, Yazid

Ninsalam. et.al , National University of

Singapore, Singapore

05

Cyclone Risk Reduction, performance of

a digital method in Madagascar

Esther Bergstra & Roxanne Hornman,

Wageningen University, Netherlands

06 Migrating Landscapes

Fikret Can Kuşadalı, Istanbul Technical

University, Turkey

07

Virtual Leopoldina German National

Academy of Science

Michael Pokladek, Detlef Thürkow,

Martin-Luther-University Halle-

Wittenberg

08 The Sphere Pavilion

Sanja Đurković, Faculty of Art and

Design, Megatrend University,

Belgrade, Serbia

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09 Circle of life

Toomaj Goudarznia & Hoda Rashidi Nia,

et.al, Anhalt University

10 Paradise

Foroogh Salehi & Farid Fazeli, et.al,

Anhalt University

11 Maritsa Riverside Park

Kalina Raycheva, Free Lanced

Landscape Architect ; Stanimir

Shalamano, Art Plan LTD et. al. ,

Bulgaria

12 Seaside atrium "Palm tree” Marija Antic, Serbia

13 Green walls

Maria Bostenaru Dan, "Ion Mincu"

University of Architecture and

Urbanism, Romania

14 Multi Generation Parkdesign

Daeyong Kim , Baritoadi Buldan

Rayanda & Karzan Saadoon et. al ,

Anhalt University

15

Multi Generation Private Park in

Dessau-Roßlau

Adeeb Kanaan, Song Huang Song & Ji

Yi, Anhalt University

16

Studio Gardens for BUGA 2015

Havelberg

Hushaam Ali Abbasi, Wang Fei, Sun

Ting, Sun Ping, Anhalt University

GENERAL BEST PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO DIGITAL LANDSCAPE

ARCHITECTURE

17

Re-evaluating the Interactive Landscape

Plan

Dr. Barty Warren-Kretzschmar, Sebastian

Krätzig, Carolin Galler, Leibniz University

Hannover

18

Konzeption und Aufbau eines

Crowdsourcing Portals zur Visualisierung

geokodierter Meldungen eines sozialen

Nachrichtendienstes am Beispiel von

Twitter

Stefanie Männl, Mareike Wendtland &

Martin Becker, Anhalt University

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Accommodation for DLA 2013 Bernburg 06 – 8 June, 2013

Please reserve your hotel using the key word “Landscape–Hochschule Anhalt” to

save the following special rate including breakfast service:

PARK HOTEL BERNBURG frontdesk@parkhotel-bernburg.de

Aderstedter Str. 1, D-06406 Bernburg (Saale)

Category Hotel ****

Single room EUR 72,00

Two-bed room EUR 89,00

Telephone: +49-(0)3471-362-0

Hotel Fürsteneck reservierung@hotel-fuersteneck.de

Category Hotel ***(*)

Große Einsiedelsgasse 2, D-06406 Bernburg (Saale)

Single room EUR 64,00

Two-bed room EUR 77,00

Telephone: +49-(0)3471-3467-0

SL´otel - Das StadtHotel Info@slotel.de

Heinrich-Zille-Straße 2, D-06406 Bernburg (Saale)

Category Hotel ***

Single room EUR 52,00

Two-bed room EUR 70,00

Telephone: +49-(0)3471-624021

ASKANIA HOTEL askania-hotel@t-online.de

Category Hotel ***

Breite Straße 2-3, D-06406 Bernburg (Saale)

Single room EUR 50,00

Two-bed room EUR 60,00

TeleFax: +49-(0)3471-354135

Guest house Hellriegel Campus Bernburg-Strenzfeld

Strenzfelder Allee 28, D-06406 Bernburg (Saale)

Keys for a small number of invited guests of the Anhalt University at the

information desk at the Campus, Strenzfelder Allee 28

Tel. +49-(0)3471-355-0

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Save the Date

Geodesign Summit 2014

29–30, 2014 Esri Headquarters

Redlands, California

The 4 th Geodesign Summit will be held at Esri Headquarters in Redlands,

California 24-25 January, 2013. We would like to invite you to save the date and

prepare to register to attend the summit and sign up for hands-on workshops

and seminars we will have on the second day. A call for papers will be announced

in the coming months.

The Geodesign Summit is an annual gathering of professionals interested in using

geospatial technologies to arrive at the best and most sustainable design

solutions. The two-day summit focuses on geodesign frameworks, workflows,

applications, and the sharing of real-world examples of geodesign in practice.

The overall goal of the Geodesign Summit is to help people find innovative

solutions to the most pressing challenges by fusing design processes with

geospatial technologies.

Who should attend?

The Geodesign Summit draws from a multitude of interdisciplinary experiences.

GIS and design professionals across all industries that should attend

include architects, landscape architects, regional and urban planners,

landscape ecologists, researchers, academics, scientists, environmental

planners, developers, and civil engineers.

Benefits of Attending

The Geodesign Summit is the ultimate event for anyone working at the

intersection of geography and design. The breadth and depth of sessions,

the opportunities for hands-on learning, and the many ways to cultivate

skills and relationships make it a must-attend event.

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21 May – 23 May Zurich, Switzerland

DIGITAL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

DLA 2014

ETH Zurich

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

To learn more please visit http://www.geodesignsummit.com/index.html to

take a look at videos from past year’s events. If you are interested in

attending send an email to geodesignsummit@esri.com to receive

notice of registration and paper submission dates.

CALL FOR PAPERS and POSTERS

15 th International Conference on Information Technologies in Landscape

Architecture

The 15 th annual International Conference on Information Technology in

Landscape Architecture: Digital Landscape Architecture DLA 2014 will be held in

Zurich, Switzerland, 21 May – 23 May, 2014. We would like to invite you to

contribute to this conference on teaching of new technologies in landscape

architecture. Please submit “Extended Abstracts” (minimum one page, maximum

two pages text including key references and optional additional selected

graphics) as pdf file online via a web-based submission system at

www.digital-la.de DLA Conference 2014 by October 15, 2013

for review and possible inclusion in the program as presentation or as poster.

The conference proceedings are published as fully reviewed papers by

Wichmann Verlag, Heidelberg as following: “Girot/Grêt-Regamey/Wissen

Hayek/Fricker/Buhmann (Eds.): Peer Reviewed Proceedings Digital Landscape

Architecture 2014, ETH Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Wichmann

Verlag Offenbach Berlin, May 2014“.

Main Theme and Suggested Topics:

The DLA Program Committee cordially invites you to submit proposals for

original, unpublished presentations focusing on the conference’s main theme

“Landscape Architecture and Planning: Developing Digital Methods in

GeoDesign”

in one of the other following areas:

1) GeoDesign Concepts

2) From Point Clouds to Geo-Based Design

3) Interactive Virtual Landscapes and Visual Landscape Assessment

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4) Teaching GeoDesign in Landscape Design and Landscape Planning

5) GeoDesign Case Studies in Regional Planning

6) GeoDesign Case Studies in Urban Design

7) Mobile Devices for GeoDesign

8) Landscape Information Model (LIM) and Standardization

CALL FOR PAPERS and POSTERS (cont.)

Important dates for the review process are:

Abstracts due: October 15, 2012

Notification of acceptance: November 15, 2013

Full manuscript draft due: December 20, 2013

Reviewed manuscript due: February 15, 2014

Conference: May 21 – May 23, 2014

Invited Keynote Speakers:

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Döllner

Hasso-Plattner-Institut, University of Potsdam, Germany - (req.)

Prof. Dr. Marc Pollefeys

Computer Vision and Geometry Lab, ETH Zurich, Switzerland - (req.)

Prof. Dr. Carl Steinitz

Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA, -

(conf.)

Prof. Antje Stokman

Institute for Landscape Planning and Ecology, University of Stuttgart,

Germany - (req.)

Clément Willemin

BASE Bien Aménager Son Environnement / Build a Super Environment,

Paris, France – (req.)

Invited Session Chairs:

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Döllner

Hasso-Plattner-Institut, University of Potsdam, Germany - (req.)

Dr. Mike Flaxman,

Geodesign Technologies Inc., San Francisco, USA - (req.)

Prof. Dr. Eckart Lange

Department of Landscape, University of Sheffield, UK - (req.)

Prof. Dr. Andrew Lovett

School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK - (conf.)

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Prof. Peter Petschek

Department of Landscape Architecture, Hochschule f. Technik Rapperswil,

Switzerland– (conf.)

Prof. Dr. Jörg Rekittke

Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore, Singapore -

(conf.)

CALL FOR PAPERS and POSTERS (cont.)

The conference language is English. The conference will be held at the Science

City Campus ETH Hönggerberg (Zurich) in Switzerland.

For further information please contact:

ETH Zurich, Yvonne Largiardèr

Institut für Raum- und Landschaftsentwicklung (IRL), HIL H 51.1

Wolfgang-Pauli-Str. 15, CH - 8093 Zürich

largiader@nsl.ethz.ch

Conference proceedings: dla_proceedings2014@ethz.ch

Conference organization: dla2014@ethz.ch

Local Chair for 2014: Prof. Dr. Adrienne Grêt-Regamey and Prof. Christophe Girot

DLA Conference Scientific Director: Prof. Erich Buhmann

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SOS contacts in Bernburg:

Ambulance/ Fire: 112

Police: 110

Taxi: +49-(0)3471-353535

+49-(0)3471-313131

Anhalt University Information: +49-(0)3471-355-0

DLA Conference Chair: +49-(0)171-656-1334 (please text)

Credits:

We would like to give special credits to the contributers of DLA 2013 brochures,

posters and additional technical support:

Graphic Design:

Web Design:

CMS Management:

WiFI Installation:

Printing :

English Language consultant:

Toomaj Goudarznia

Sebastian Kluth

Prof. Joachim Kieferle

Ralph Barnebeck

Renate Geue

Jeanne Colgan, Michael Ajayi

and for additional administrative support: Frau Thalmann, Frau Behrend, Frau

Klaus, Frau Keim, Frau Kiel et. al.

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