Programme ILUS 2019

A preliminary program of ILUS2019 is available. It mixes scientific sessions, inspiring keynotes and social events.

Wednesday 4/12/2019

10:30-12:00

Paris tour
"Paris Rive Gauche: a change in land use relying to History/Paris Rive Gauche: un changement d’usage qui s’appuie sur l’Histoire"
Christophe BAYLE, Architect/urbanist, SEMAPA

12:00-13:00

Registration

12:30

Welcome, introductions, welcome coffee

13:00

Welcome LIED (Mathieu Arnoux)

13:10

Welcome IOER (Marc Wolfram)

Session Land use

13:30-14:15

Keynote (Land Use and Land Cover Change Observations):

Martino Pesaresi (JRC ISPRA)
Measuring global human settlement dynamics in the perspective of the Global Human Settlement Layer (GHSL)

14:15-15:45

2 parallel 2x6 = 12 speeches

14:45-16:15

Coffee break

16:15-17:15

2 parallel  2x4 = 8 speeches

17:17-19:15

session poster

20:00

Social Event: Icebreaker (restaurant or bar)

Thursday 5/12/2019

Session Metropolization: challenges and risks

9:00-9:45

 http://ilus2019.ioer.info/fileadmin/user_upload/ilus2019/img/speakers/karvonen_img.jpgKeynote (Metropolization):

Andy Karvonen (KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden)
Sustainable Urban Transformations: Experimenting and Innovating in the Twenty-First Century City

9:45-10:15

Coffee break

10:15-12:45

2 parallel  2x10 = 20 speeches

12:45-13:45

Lunch/Buffet

Session Drivers, Mechanisms, Tools

13:45-14:30

Nathalie Gaussier, © privateKeynote (Drivers, Mechanisms, Tools):

Nathalie Gaussier (Université Montesquieu Bordeaux 4, Bordeaux, France, Department: Groupe de recherche en économie théorique et appliquée (GREThA))
Spatial cognition: more than a toolkit, new approaches?

14:30-16:00

2 parallel  2x6 = 12 speeches

16:00-16:30

Coffee break

16:30-17:30

2 parallel  2x4 = 8 speeches

17:45-18:45

Panel discussion:
"Do spatial analyses matter? From geodata science to sustainability transformations"

Chair:
Mathieu Arnoux (Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Energies de Demain, Université Paris Diderot) and Marc Wolfram (
IOER, Dresden)

20:00

Social Event: Gala Dinner at Sénat

Friday 6/12/2019

Session Varia: historical data

9:00-9:45

Keynote TOPIC (Varia):

François Moriconi-Ebrard (CNRS, UMR LIED)
Urban vs rural sprawl? A time approach of the land use facing population growth

9:45-10:30

2 parallel 2x3 = 6 speeches

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30

Keynote TOPIC (Land model design):

Norbert Pfeifer (TU WIEN)
Understanding and quantifying landscape changes from historic imagery

11:45-12:30

2 parallel 2x3 = 6 speeches

12:30-14:00

Lunch/Buffet

14:00-15:30

2 parallel  2x6 = 12 speeches

15:30-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-16:15

Outlook to ILUS 2021 (Bin Jiang)

 

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Contributions

Land Use and Land Cover Change Observations

Aguejdad Rahim (CNRS (UMR TETIS)), Montpellier (France): Influence of the temporal non-stationarity of land change on the performance of urban growth modeling using CA-Markov model

Ayoub Moradi (Iranian Space Research Center), Tehran (Iran): Study of the Urban Agglomeration of Tehran Metropolitan Using Remote Sensing

Lu Zhang (Tianjin University Tianjin urban planning and design institute), Tianjin (China): Strategies for post-mining land-use decision from the perspective of comprehensive sustainability, take China as an example"

Matthew Ng (University College London), London (United Kingdom): Characterising Land-use Change in Brunei Darussalam

Rémi Lemoy et al. (IDEES, UMR CNRS Université de Rouen), Mont-Saint-Aignan (France): Radial Analysis and Scaling of Urban Land Use

Christina Karakizi et al. (Remote Sensing Laboratory - National Technical University of Athens), Athens (Greece): Challenges in annual land-cover and crop-type mapping at national scale: the case of Greece

Rodrigue Houesse et al. (Université Paris Diderot), Paris (France): New trends in deforestation in northern Benin

Paul Kilgarriff et al. (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER)), Belval (Luxembourg): Change in Artificial Land Use over time across European Cities: A rescaled radial perspective

Christian Gerten et al. (ILS Institute for Regional and Urban Development), Dortmund (Germany): The sprawling planet: simplifying the measurement for global urbanization trends

Dr. Sangram Panigrahi et al. (Institute of Technical Education and Research, Siksha O Anusandhan (SOA) Deemed to Be University, Bhubaneswar), Bhubaneswar (India): Time Series Segmentation using Data Mining Technique for Land Cover Change Detection

Wissal Selmi et al. (LEMA, university of Liège), Liège (Belgium): Using geodata to assess urban ecosystem services in Strasbourg city

Yunfei Li et al. (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)), Postdam (Germany): An upgraded gravitational urban growth model

Yashar Jamei et al. (RMIT University), Melbourne (Australia): Land use/land cover change detection and prediction in Greater city of Melbourne using Google Earth Engine and Markov-CA

Yulia Grinblat et al. (Tel Aviv University), Tel Aviv (Israel): From Cells to Projects in Analysis and Modeling of the LULC Dynamics

Yvette Vaguet et al. (University of Rouen - UMR IDEES), Rouen (France): Mapping Urban Areas in Arctic

Alexander Hellervik et al. (), Gothenburg (Sweden): Regional centrality as a self-reinforcing process – modelling how transportation networks shape urban activity structure

Anatol Garioud et al. (Univ. Paris-Est, LASTIG STRUDEL, IGN, ENSG and CESBIO, Univ. Toulouse, CNES-CNRS-INRA-IRD-UPS), Saint-Mandé (France): JOINT ANALYSIS OF SAR AND OPTICAL SATELLITE IMAGES TIME SERIES FOR GRASSLAND MOWING EVENT DETECTION.

Lucia Saganeiti et al. (University of Basilicata), Potenza (Italy): Energy landscape fragmentation: an innovative approach to assess sustainability

Angela Pilogallo et al. (University of Basilicata), Potenza (Italy): Land use change and ecosystem services: the Basilicata region (Italy) case study

Guangzhao Chen et al. (Sun Yat-sen University), Guangzhou (China): A global land-use and land-cover simulation model at 1-km resolution for 2010-2100 based on human-environment interactions

Metropolization: Challenges and Risks

Romain Iliou (Archivio del Moderno - Università della Svizzera Italiana), Chiasso (Switzerland): The evolution of urban water management at the beginning of the industrial era - Milan, a case study

Maryame Amarouche (ENTPE - NIMAR), Lyon - Rabat (France): The planning challenge in a comparative perspective. The case of Rabat and Lyon outer suburban areas

Nicolas Palominos (University College London), London (United Kingdom): Citywide analysis of streetspace in London

Thomas Tomczyk (University Hamburg - Institute of Earth System Science), Hamburg (Germany): Agent based cellular automata modelling in case of Hamburg Metropolitan Region

Leonard Nilsson et al. (Chalmers university of technology), Gothenburg (Sweden): Predicting and measuring urban structure -Evaluating widely available empirical indicators of activity

Aguejdad Rahim et al. (CNRS (UMR TETIS)), Montpellier (France): Impact of urban morphology on urban microclimate using satellite thermal remote sensing data and modeling approach of urban expansion scenarios

Giovanni Fusco et al. (Université Côte-d'Azur CNRS), Nice (France): The form of the new city: how does it compare to traditional urbanisation? The case of Nice Méridia.

Joan Perez et al. (University of Côte d'Azur, France), Nice (France): Multiple Fabric Assessment: Analysis of the Urban Form of Osaka, Japan

ALFRED HOMERE NGANDAM MFONDOUM (Stats N' Maps, Private consulting firm, 19002 Dallas Parkway, Texas-75287, Dallas, USA), Dallas (United States): A remote sensing approach to assess the spatial metabolism of a mid-urban/mid-rural area: built-up indices (BI) and Urban Heat Islands (UHIs) versus vegetation indices (VI) in the city of Foumban, West-Cameroon, Central Africa

Xiaoping Xie et al. (Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER) Weberplatz 1, 01217 Dresden, Germany), Dresden (Germany): S, M, L, XL – Assess the impact of population growth on the green belt planning and implementation in Cologne, Frankfurt am Main, London and Tokyo

Eric Koomen et al. (School of Business and Economics, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Amsterdam (Netherlands): Urban form and commuting in large Chinese cities

Catherine RHEIN et al. (UMR GéographieCités n°8504, université de Paris), Paris (France): La pauvreté et ses mesures, questions de méthodes

Claire Aragau et al. (Université Paris Nanterre Laboratoire Mosaïques/LAVUE-UMR 72 18 CNRS), Paris-Nanterre (France): Se loger et se nourrir en métropole : un double défi soumis à des impasses foncières (Analyses croisées Paris-Mexico)

Martin Behnisch et al. (Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development), Dresden (Germany): Global trends of urban sprawl 1990-2014

Omer Ben-Nun et al. (Tel Aviv University), Tel Aviv (Israel): Analysis of Urban Heat Island in the Desert City of Beer-Sheva, Israel, Using a Modified Local Climate Zone Classification

Rodrigue Houesse et al. (Université Paris Diderot), Paris (France): Différenciations socio-spatiales des consommations énergétiques dans l’aire urbaine métropolitaine de Paris (région Ile-de-France)

Yufei Wei et al. (University of Luxembourg), Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg): The potential scaling of urban heat island and nitrogen dioxide with urban population: a systematic review

Elmira Jamei et al. (Victoria University), Melbourne (Australia): Land surface temperature pattern detection using Google Earth Engine in the urban agglomeration of top 10 global cities

Michael Wurm et al. (German Aerospace Center (DLR) Earth Observation Center (EOC)), Wessling (Germany): The Perceptions of citizens on Urban Green

Hanna Poglitsch et al. (Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER), Weberplatz 1, 01217 Dresden, Germany), Dresden (Germany): Towards Sustainable Energy Systems: Where can 1 billion? photovoltaic modules installed in Germany?

Drivers, Mechanisms, Tools

Juste Raimbault (CNRS), Paris (France): Worldwide estimation of parameters for a simple reaction-diffusion model of urban growth

Alice Colsaet (Iddri (Institute for sustainable development and international relations) and CIRED (International Center for Environment and Development Research)), PARIS (France): Land take for business parks in France : drivers and public policy

João de Abreu e Silva et al. (CERIS, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa), Lisbon (Portugal): Measuring sprawl and identifying its drivers in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area between 1991 and 2011

Tomas Cox et al. (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Universidad de Chile), Santiago (Chile): Segmentation of urban space from behavioral information

Gaetan Palka et al. (Swiss Federal Institute WSL), Birmensdorf (Switzerland): Strategic spatial planning effectiveness in land change. Case of Lyon urban region.

Dani Broitman et al. (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology), Haifa (Israel): Land use dynamics at the urban fringe: A spatiotemporal model of informal urbanization and redevelopment

Itzhak Benenson et al. (Tel Aviv University), Tel Aviv (Israel): Public transport in a Smart City: Are commuters endangered species?

Judith Verstegen et al. (University of Münster), Münster (Germany): Past and future land-use changes driven by changing environmental factors in the Vietnamese Mekong delta

Mathias Jehling et al. (Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER)), Dresden (Germany): Linking urban morphology and land use policy to understand urban containment strategies in France and Germany

François Mialhe et al. (Université Lumière Lyon 2), LYON (France): Land tenure, access, and landscape change in Ilkisongo Maasai pastoralist commons of southern Kenya

Ramana Gudipudi et al. (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research), Potsdam (Germany): The efficient, the intensive, and the productive: Insights from urban Kaya scaling

Matthieu Vignal (CNRS UMR 7300 ESPACE Université Côte d'Azur 98 Bd Edouard Herriot BP 3209), Nice (France): Prospective land-cover change modeling focusing on protected areas to study the global change impact on biodiversity in southeastern France

Nir Kaplan et al. (Tel-Aviv University), Tel-Aviv (Israel): Temporal allometric scaling: The case of Israel

SANDU Alexandra et al. (University of Lyon, UMR 5600 « Environnement Ville Société » (France) & Alexandru Ioan Cuza University from Iasi (Romania)), Iasi (Romania): The Central and Eastern European city in transition: measuring the urban sprawl before and after 1990

Bramka Arga Jafino et al. (Delft University of Technology), Delft (Netherlands): Exploring plausible future land-use patterns: An application of the exploratory modeling approach in land-use modeling

Tomas Crols et al. (Flemish Institute for Technological Research - VITO), Mol (Belgium): Long term simulation of urban development scenarios in support of spatial policy planning in Flanders, Belgium

Boubacar SOLLY et al. (Université Assane SECK de Ziguinchor), Ziguinchor (Senegal): DYNAMIQUES SOCIO-SPATIALES DE LA VILLE DE KOLDA ENTRE 1965 ET 2018

Lien Poelmans et al. (VITO), Mol (Belgium): Combatting urban sprawl in Flanders. Spatial patterns and consequences.

Romain Bony-Cisternes (Université de Bordeaux Institut Léon Duguit), Bordeaux (France): Metropolization and land-use changes in Vietnam : speculation and urban segregation

Srinath Ravulaparthy et al. (Oak Ridge National Laboratory 1 Bethel Valley Road, Oak Ridge TN 37830, USA), Oak Ridge (United States): Comprehensive analysis of technical efficiency of business establishments in Santa Barbara County: Evaluation of spatial and aspatial stochastic frontier models

Varia

Dominique Laurent (Institut National de l'Information Géographique et Forestière), Saint-Mandé (France): The difficult way towards Land Cover and Land Use data harmonisation in Europe

damien serre et al. (UMR 241 EIO, Université de la Polynésie Française), Faa'a (French Polynesia): EASE LAND USE TRANSFORMATION IN RISKY COASTAL AREAS WITH A PARTICIPATIVE GIS

Polly hudson et al. (University College London), London (United Kingdom): Colouring London. Developing open, knowledge transfer/spatial data platforms for urban building stocks.

Marco Neubert et al. (Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development), Dresden (Germany): Landscape Change in Inner-German and Inner-Korean Border Areas

Gopika Suresh et al. (German Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy), Frankfurt (Germany): Using geospatial data to support the calculation of the SDG indicators

DJIBY SOW et al. (Université assane seck de Ziguinchor / Sénégal), Ziguinchor (Senegal): CARTOGRAPHIE DES VIDES URBAINS POUR UNE QUANTIFICATION DE LA PRODUCTION FONCIÈRE DANS LA VILLE DE TOUBA (SÉNÉGAL)

MIALHE Francois et al. (Chalmers University of Technology), LYON (France): Etude des variations démographiques des grands herbivores sauvages à travers le prisme des changements paysagers dans et autour de 13 aires naturelles protégées en Afrique de l’Ouest et Centrale.

Gabriele Bitelli et al. (University of Bologna, Italy), Bologna (Italy): REMOTE SENSING FOR MAPPING CHANGES: EASTERN MOSUL AND THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF NINEVEH BETWEEN URBAN SPRAWL AND THE WAR

Cristian Henriquez (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), Santiago (Chile): Land use change in Chilean intermediate cities: simulation in tourist, coastal and sub-regional cities

Liane Thuvander et al. (Chalmers University of Technology), Göteborg (Sweden): Spatial integration of qualitative data – Automated geovisualization of perception of urban places

Robert Hecht et al. (Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development), Dresden (Germany): Knowledge acquisition on urban green spaces and their usage with open data, VGI and Social Media

Marianne Cohen et al. (Sorbonne Université, laboratoire ENeC), Paris (France): Greening the desert to promote urban resilience? A study case in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates)

Dmitry Pavlyuk (Transport and Telecommunication Institute), Riga (Latvia): Data-driven spatial structure: a case of traffic flows

Jonathan Bourne (UCL), London (United Kingdom): Empty homes: mapping the extent and value of low-use domestic property in England and Wales

Gazel Hervé (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3 UMR 5600 EVS), Lyon (France): Story Maps of Urban Land Cover

Arnaud LE BRIS et al. (IGN), SAINT-MANDE (France): Archival aerial photogrammetric surveys: a data source to study land use/cover evolution over the last century – opportunities and issues

Hendrik Herold et al. (Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development), Dresden (Germany): Crowdsourced data acquisition in the context of large-scale digitization processes for reconstructing land use history from old maps

Bénédicte Bucher et al. (IGN), Saint Mande (France): RETRIEVING RELEVANT LAND COVER AND LAND USE DATA TO STUDY URBAN CLIMATE CHANGE

José Luis San Emeterio et al. (Université Paris Diderot), Paris (France): Multi-scalar analysis of coastalisation in Mozambique

Hadrien Salat et al. (ETH Zürich), Singapore (Singapore): Using mobile phone data for electricity infrastructure planning in developing countries

Iason Jongepier et al. (University of Antwerp), Antwerp (Belgium): Building the Antwerp Time Machine - ongoing developments and future challenges

Apeksha Tare et al. (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Amsterdam (Netherlands): Effect of Density on House Prices in the Randstad Region

Bin JIANG (University of Gävle), Gävle (Sweden): Goodness of Space a Matter of Fact Under the Third View of Space

Poster

Xiangzheng Deng et al. (Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Beijing (China): Innovation management of land uses: case studies and applications

Javier MEDINA et al. (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas), Bogotá (Colombia): GENERATION OF AUTOMATIC VECTOR CARTOGRAPHY FOR WATER BODIES APPLYING ANALYSIS MULTIRESOLUTION AT HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION SATELLITE IMAGES IN THE SAVANNAH OF BOGOTÁ - COLOMBIA

Christian Stern et al. (Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences Moltkestr. 30 D-76133 Karlsruhe Germany), Karlsruhe (Germany): Mobile map apps supporting photography- or questionnaire-based LUC ground truth data collection in the field – development and testing in Kenya

Sofia Pagliarin (Akademische Rätin/Assistant Professor Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Germany Chair of Governance of Innovative and Complex Technological Systems), Bamberg (Germany): “Setting” urban sprawl: Conceptualising and measuring suburbanisation in European metropolitan regions through set-theory

Mike Middleton (Historic Environment Scotland | Àrainneachd Eachdraidheil Alba), Edinburgh (United Kingdom): Monitoring Land-use Change in Scotland – a review of progress

NSEGBE ANTOINE DE PADOU (UNIVERSITE DE DSCHANG, Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines), Dschang (Cameroon): URBANISATION ANARCHIQUE ET IMPACTS SUR LES TERRITOIRES EN MILIEU LITTORAL : ANALYSE DES PRESSIONS SUR LA COUVERTURE FORESTIERE A DOUALA (CAMEROUN)

Elise Simon (Université Grenoble Alpes), Grenoble (France): Changes in the land-tenure patterns: for a systemic and historical analysis of ownership, land-use and habitat structures. Essay on two regions (France-Germany)

Samuel Benkimoun (Université Paris-1, Panthéon-Sorbonne / Centre de Sciences Humaines (Delhi)), Delhi (India): Automatized urban area detection at fine scale and population allocation: toward a better understanding of urban India

BOKODJIN Yawovi (University of Lomé), Lomé (Togo): Changes in land use linked to the extraction of phosphate resources in southern Togo

Marguerite le Riche et al. (Registers of Scotland), Edinburgh (United Kingdom): Using computer vision and entry-level machine learning to automate the extraction of building footprints from scanned historic maps.

KONAN Kouakou Attien Jean-Michel et al. (Uinversité Alassane Ouattara (Bouaké - Côte d'Ivoire)), Bouaké (Cote d'Ivoire): Bouaké, une ville nostalgique de ses jardins publics / Bouaké, a nostalgic city of its parks

Muhammad Salem Said MUHAMMAD et al. (Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University Faculty of Urban and Regional Planning, Cairo University), FUKUOKA (Japan): Dynamic urbanization of peri-urban areas around Greater Cairo in Egypt

Moisei Zakharov et al. (North-Eastern Federal University), Yakutsk (Russia): Permafrost landscape’s structure categorization based on land cover, digital relief model, and land surface temperatures in Verkhoyansk Mountain Range (Russia)

Esthela Salazar et al. (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), Santiago (Chile): CONFIGURATION OF THE NEW METROPOLITAN AREA OF QUITO: LAND USES AND FUTURE SCENARIOS FOR PLANNING

Paul Gérard GBETKOM et al. (Aix Marseille Université), Aix-en-Provence (France): Vegetation cover changes analysis at the Cameroonian shores of Lake Chad and its hinterland between 2000 and 2018.

Sujit Kumar Sikder et al. (Leibniz Institute for Ecological Urban and Regional Development), Dresden (Germany): A workflow for estimating and analyzing the dynamic Urban Human Activity Intensity in use of open data: The context of data scarcity

Manon Glockmann et al. (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research), Potsdam (Germany): Urban land cover changes – unifying expansion and leapfrogging

Agnieszka Gajda (Institute of urban and regional development), Krakow (Poland): Big-data approach in delimitation of suburbanization and urban sprawl zones in Poland

Thuc Han Tran (Leibniz Institute of Ecological and Regional Development), Dresden (Germany): Is High-density Development Sustainable Urban Form? An ecological footprint analysis of urban transportation

Rosaria Trovato et al. (Verband Region Stuttgart), Stuttgart (Germany): Regional foresight for local decision-making: Stuttgart Region’s smart approach to sustainable development

Edmund Zolnik et al. (George Mason University), Arlington (United States): Effect of Urban Land Use on Travel Behavior in Developing Countries: Evidence from Pakistan

Erika Upegui et al. (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas), Bogotá (Colombia): Spatial analysis of urban heat islands in the city of Bogotá - Colombia; the effects of urbanization, a study from remote sensing

Dennis Fox et al. (Université Côte d'Azur), Nice (France): Modeling the impacts of urbanization on runoff using the building footprint (1988-2014)

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro et al. (Leibniz Institute for Ecological Urban and Regional Development), Dresden (Germany): Urban residential land use and spatial inequality in Sao Paulo: a cross-scale analysis

Ekaterina Chuprikova et al. (Technical University of Munich), Munich (Germany): Bayesian Network-driven visualization approach to geospatial data

Giuseppe Carta (University of Palermo), Palermo (Italy): REFORMS OF LATIFUNDIUM, FORESTRY, CADASTRE, COMMON PROBLEMS IN MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES

Jiavl He et al. (Sun Yat-sen University), Guangzhou (China): Portraying urban mixed land use pattern by integrating remote sensing images and social media data

Xiwei Zhu et al. (Zhejiang University), Hangzhou (China): Sea Reclamation, Land and Productivity: Evidence from the Quasi-Natural Experiment in Coastal Regions of China

Lanfa liu et al. (Univ. Paris-Est), Saint-Mande (France): Analysing volunteer-contributed data in a land use change detection process in Toulouse, France

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