ARCHITECTURAL EPISODES 02 Symposium

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ARCHITECTURAL EPISODES 02: NEW DIALOGUES IN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION AND PRACTICE
24-25 March 2022

Extended Abstract Submission Deadline November 5, 2021
Notification of Abstracts Acceptance  November 19, 2021
Full Paper Submission Deadline January 31, 2022
Notification of Full Papers Evaluation February 22, 2022
Symposium March 24-25, 2022

Symposium Program

Following the first Architectural Episodes Symposium, hosted by Istanbul Kültür University Faculty of Architecture/Department of Architecture, which was held on 15-16 November 2018; the second symposium in the series will be held as a hybrid symposium on 24-25 March 2022 with the theme of “ARCHITECTURAL EPISODES 02: NEW DIALOGUES IN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION AND PRACTICE”. The symposium is supported by various institutions and organizations, including the EAAE (European Association for Architectural Education). The international symposium focuses on the concept of “Dialogues in Architecture”, which defines new collaborations in architectural education and practice.
After the breaking point created by the Covid-19 pandemic, the situation of distance has brought up different types of collaborative platforms. New approaches in architectural education and practice have resulted in diverse concepts while increasing the need for dialogue between interdisciplinary actors. Dialogues among architects, engineers, psychologists, educators, researchers, etc. not only enable the sharing of threats, opportunities and responsibilities in education and professional practice, but also identifies influential links in a holistic way of design thinking. Accordingly, new methods and related collaborative approaches in education, collaborative design studies, co-housing and new paradigms in the urban scale, co-reflections on disasters, and co-links between architecture and industry are among the topics to be discussed in the symposium.
In this symposium, participants from various professions related with the field of architecture (architecture, interior architecture, landscape architecture, city and regional planning, industrial design) and representatives of different disciplines (education, health, psychology, law, economy, engineering, etc.) from different parts of the world are expected to share their experiences so that a comparison can be made regarding the processes and results of different approaches.
A workshop titled “Muğla Transcripts in/on Disasters: Forest Fires 2021” (Afetler İçinde/Üzerine Muğla Suretleri: Orman Yangınları 2021) will be held in collaboration with Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University and Istanbul Kültür University Department of Architecture students, the results of which will be presented and discussed at the symposium.
We invite proposals for paper presentations addressing one of the following themes under the main topic of dialogue:
 

Openning Talks

Oya Atalay Franck (Day 1)

Şebnem Ünal Hoşkara (Day 1)

Yüksel Demir (Day 1)

Ahsen Özsoy (Day 2)

Ashraf Salama (Day 2)

Esin Kasapoğlu (Day 2)

Panel (Day 2)

DIALOGUE 1: CO-EDUCATION AND RELATED APPROACHES

  • Educational Methods in Architecture 
  • Co-teaching Approaches
  • E-learning Approaches and New Techniques 
  • New Models for Collaborative Learning
  • Transformations in Architectural Education After the Pandemic
  • New Paradigms of Design Studio Education
  • Design Education and Entrepreneurism
  • Architectural Criticism, History and Theory

DIALOGUE 2: CO-DESIGN IN ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE

  • Design Paradigms After the Pandemic
  • Design through Creativity and Collaboration
  • Participatory Design in Architecture 
  • Multidisciplinary Design Studies
  • Actors in Design Process  
  • New Media and Design 
  • Co-design and Research Methodologies
  • Co-design in Interior Architecture

DIALOGUE 3: CO-HOUSING AND THE CITY IN NEW AGENDA

  • New Design Principles in Housing
  • House in Interaction with Outdoor Spaces
  • Housing, Health and Pandemic
  • Psychology and Dwelling Spaces
  • New Preferences in Housing Market and its Future
  • Cognitive City in New Conditions
  • City, Urban Rules and Legislation 
  • Smart-city and Tourism

DIALOGUE 4: CO-REFLECTIONS ON DISASTERS 

  • New Understanding of Sustainability, Resilience and Ecology
  • Responsibilities in Architectural Education
  • Expectations in Architectural Practice
  • Post-Disaster Architecture
  • Urban/Rural Area and Landscape
  • Culture, Heritage and Transformations
  • New Dialectics in Climate Crisis
  • Pandemic as a Disaster

DIALOGUE 5: CO-LINK OF ARCHITECTURE AND INDUSTRY

  • Collaboration with Industry
  • Collaboration with Community
  • New Materials and Innovative Technologies 
  • Collaborative Digital Technologies in Architecture 
  • Construction Management and Collaboration
  • Co-Production Processes 
  • Interaction Between Architecture and other Sectors 
     

 

Neslihan Dostoğlu, Prof. Dr.
Emel Birer, Prof. Dr.
Esin Hasgül, Asst. Prof. Dr.
H. Nur Kızılyaprak, Asst. Prof. Dr.
Merve Aksoy Oral, Res. Asst. (secretariat)
Dilara Gür, Res. Asst. (secretariat)
  • Henri Achten, Prof. Dr., Czech Technical University, Czech Republic 
  • İpek Akpınar, Prof. Dr., İzmir Institute of Technology, Turkey 
  • Cecilie Andersson, Vice Rector, Bergen School of Architecture, Norway 
  • Tülin Vural Arslan, Prof.Dr., Bursa Uludağ University, Turkey 
  • Burak Asıliskender, Prof. Dr., Abdullah Gül University, Turkey 
  • F. Demet Aykal, Prof. Dr., Dicle University, Turkey 
  • Havva Alkan Bala, Prof. Dr., Çukurova University, Turkey 
  • Asu Beşgen, Prof. Dr., Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey 
  • F. Cana Bilsel, Prof. Dr., Middle East Technical University, Turkey 
  • Emel Birer, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Kültür University, Turkey 
  • Daniel Comsa, Assoc. Prof. Dr., Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urban Planning, Romania 
  • Nilay Coşgun, Prof. Dr., Gebze Technical University, Turkey 
  • Alper Çabuk, Prof. Dr., Eskişehir Technical University, Turkey 
  • İkbal Çetiner, Prof. Dr., Kırklareli University, Turkey 
  • Birgül Çolakoğlu, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Technical University, Turkey 
  • Yüksel Demir, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Technical University, Turkey 
  • Ayşen Ciravoğlu Demirdizen, Prof. Dr., Yıldız Technical University, Turkey 
  • Sedef Doganer, Prof. Dr., Wentworth Institute of Technology, USA 
  • Neslihan Dostoğlu, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Kültür University, Turkey 
  • Hugo Dworzak, Sen. Lec., University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein 
  • Ivan Cabrera Fausto, Prof. Dr., Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain  
  • Oya Atalay Franck, Prof. Dr., ZHAW School of Architecture, Design and Civil Engineering, Switzerland  
  • Orhan Hacıhasanoğlu, Prof. Dr., Özyeğin University, Turkey 
  • Gülay Hasdoğan, Prof. Dr., Middle East Technical University, Turkey 
  • Şebnem Hoşkara, Prof. Dr., Eastern Mediterranean University,North Cyprus 
  • Deniz İncedayı, Prof. Dr., Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey 
  • Hüseyin Kahvecioğlu, Prof. Dr., İstanbul University, Turkey 
  • Alaattin Kanoğlu, Prof. Dr., Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University, Turkey 
  • Ferda Kolatan, Assoc. Prof. Dr., University of Pennsylvania, USA 
  • Derya Oktay, Prof. Dr., Maltepe University, Turkey 
  • Ahsen Özsoy, Prof. Dr., Işık University, Turkey 
  • Çiğdem Polatoğlu, Prof. Dr., Yıldız Technical University, Turkey 
  • Ashraf Salama, Prof. Dr., University of Strathclyde, UK  
  • Belkıs Uluoğlu, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Technical University, Turkey 
  • Zuhal Ulusoy, Prof. Dr., Bilgi University, Turkey 
  • Ilaria Valenta, Prof. Dr., Politecnico di Milano, Italy 
  • Johan de Walsche, Prof. Dr., University of Antwerp, Belgium 
Extended abstracts for paper presentations should be 400 to 500 words long and submitted to architecturalepisodes@gmail.com. The abstract should include the purpose of research, research method and conclusions together with 5 keywords. 

Please specify authors' contact information (gsm and e-mail) in the submission e-mail.
Requested abstract template  

Full papers must be sent to the indicated e-mail address (architecturalepisodes@gmail.com) in .doc or .docx format. The name of this file will be PaperID.doc (or docx). You can optionally send a ZIP or RAR file including the document and figures. 
 

Full paper template  
 
Paper presentation 750 TL(75 €)
Paper presentation - student 400 TL (40 €)
Non-presenting audience and Co-Authors 0 TL (0 €)
Additional paper 300 TL (30 €)
Additional paper - student 200 TL (20 €)

The deadline for registration for the symposium is postponed to  March 8, 2022 (Tuesday)..

Application

The participants attending from other countries need to make their payment to the indicated EURO (€) account below. After completing the payment, the participants need to upload their invoices in the indicated section on the registration form. 

EURO ACCOUNT INFORMATION
Branch Code:     1396     
EURO Account Number:  14374     
IBAN NO TR840006400000213960014374
SWIFT: ISBKTRIS     
 

“Muğla Transcripts in/on Disasters: Forest Fires 2021” (Afetler İçinde/Üzerine Muğla Suretleri: Orman Yangınları 2021) -  March 05-06, 2022
Extended Abstract Submission Deadline November 5, 2021
Notification of Abstracts Acceptance  November 19, 2021
Full Paper Submission Deadline January 31, 2022
Notification of Full Papers Evaluation February 22, 2022
Symposium March 24-25, 2022
Papers presented at the AE02 Symposium will be published in an e-book with ISBN number. Papers selected by the Scientific Committee will be published as articles in accordance with the publication conditions of the “Yapı” Magazine and the “Yaşadıkça Eğitim” Journal. 
 
Symposium Contact Info: architecturalepisodes@gmail.com