Scheduled in 2019
The complex nature of the urban problems requires interdisciplinary approach. The school is designed to give a detailed overview of the problems faced by growing cities and how to solve them. The school covers advanced and frontier topics in city and regional planning, architecture, infrastructure, economy, transportation, health, and environment and how they relate to urban problems. The goal is to train young scientists to view urban problems in comprehensive ways and to expose them to in-depth reviews on significant research results pertaining to urban societies. The school also gives an opportunity to expose various fellowship schemes for future academics.