推销您的转型:区域管理的协作治理模型 - 构建本地创新生态系统

2022 年 1 月 20 日 17:30(格林威治标准时间)
2022 年 1 月 20 日 18:30(格林威治标准时间)


  • 节点 CIV-VAL
  • 区域管理协同治理模式——构建地方创新生态系统
  • 从有关可持续发展目标的科学技术和创新产品中获取洞察的新评估方法

每个项目展示 10 分钟,然后进行 30 分钟的问答。 


The employment of temporary uses in the urban regeneration processes of post-industrial cities holds an extraordinary transformative potential. Temporary uses can be utilized to experiment and prototype ideas, projects, or initiatives that bring all stakeholders of society to work together towards a more inclusive, resilient, and sustainable future. The Horizon 2020 project “T Factor” concerns itself with the development of tools and capacities to tap into this potential. This initiative presents the methodology of one of the project’s experiments, which addresses the question of what are the elements needed to build an innovation ecosystem in the context of Bilbao (ES) and the urban regeneration project of Zorrotzaurre Island. The initiative showcases a comparison of case studies with the context of the Bilbao innovation ecosystem and the steps that will be taken to engage the different stakeholders and decision-makers that have initiated this process.

Ref: #35 (runs with 31, 46)




Originally from Mexico, Alejandra Castro Giron is an M.Sc. in Environmental Studies for Urban Sustainability and M.Sc. in Spatial Planning by the University of Aalborg and TU Dortmund, respectively. She is a researcher at the Centre for Social Science Research of the Social Sciences Faculty of TU Dortmund, and part of the consortium for the Horizon 2020 Project “T-Factor”. In T-Factor, Alejandra provides support and guidance to cities looking to employ temporary uses in their urban regeneration masterplans, while helping them develop innovative approaches for city co-creation. For the past year, Alejandra’s research has focused on analysing how the understanding of “temporary uses” by different stakeholders can influence the perceived impact of these implementations. Currently, she is focused on understanding how these urban uses can be implemented as a tool for the localization, pursuit, and measurement of the Sustainable Development Goals in the context of urban regeneration processes.