Working Group 2 ATLAS

Working Group 2 ATLAS

WG2 develops an “Atlas” of best practices about new working spaces concerning the effects on the new working spaces and workers performance (direct effects), and the urban socio-economic environment (indirect effects). This WP will include the following activities: Task 2.1 Collection of studies, data and practices about the direct effects of new working spaces (direct effects); Task 2.2 Collection of studies, data and practices about the indirect effects on the urban socio-economic environment with a specific focus on peripheral areas.

The WG2 members have recently discussed about

  • The ongoing development of a second questionnaire, regarding the impact of Covid.
  • Make a final list of the cost country members who are willing to contribute to the data collection related to the questionnaire. 
  • the workload of D.2.1 (Database of WG2 findings: direct and indirect effects of new workplaces) and deadlines.
  • Cost members who have conducted new studies (regarding effects of NWS) can briefly present their (ongoing) work/ results, which will help to make sub-groups for future collaborations members of different countries.

The WG2 are now working on the deliverable D.2.1 (Database of WG2 findings: direct and indirect effects of new workplaces) within the second grant period.

 

WG leaders are as follow:

WG2 leader Dr. Mina Akhavan mina.akhavan@polimi.it 

WG2 vice leader DivyaLeducq divya.leducq@univ-tours.fr

WG2 vice leader Aleid Brouwer aleid.Brouwer@nhl.nl

 

Working group members

Judith KALAMAN, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungary, judit.kalman@krtk.mta.hu

Jana MATOŠKOVÁ, Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Faculty of Management and Economics, Czech Republic matoskova@utb.cz;

Lenka SMÉKALOVÁ, Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Faculty of Management and Economics, Mostní 5139, 760 01 Zlín, Czech Republic, smekalova@utb.cz

Ivana PAIS, Universita’ Cattolica, Italy, Milan, ivana.pais@unicatt.it

Anastasia SINITSYNA University of Tartu, Vanemuise, Estonia, Tartu, anastasia.sinitsyna@ut.ee

Vieri CALOGERO, PhD Student, University of Pisa, Italy, vieri.calogero@unisi.it

Ayman KASSEM, Lecturer at the Lebanese University, Lebanon, Beirut aymankassem504@gmail.com

Ying HUA, Cornell University, USA, New York, yh294@cornell.edu

Yaoyi ZHOU, PhD student, Cornell University, USA, New York, yz774@cornell.edu

Chiara Tagliaro, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, Milan, chiara.tagliaro@polimi.it

Martijn SMIT, Utrecht University, Princetonlaan 8a, Netherlands, Utrecht, m.j.smit@uu.nl

Alessandro GEROSA, Universita’ Cattolica, Italy, Milan,  Alessandro.gerosa@unicatt.it

Luca ALFIERI, PhD Student, University of Tartu, Vanemuise, Estonia, Tartu, luca.alfieri@ut.ee.

Etienne BOU ABDO University of Tours, France  bouabdoetienne@gmail.com

Priscilla ANANIAN, University of Québec in Montréal, Canada, ananian.priscilla@uqam.ca

Alessandra MIGLIORE, PhD Student, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, Milan, Alessandra.migliore@polimi

Cristina ROSSI-LAMASTRA, Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, Milan, cristina1.rossi@polimi.it

Aksel Ersoy -TU Delft, the Netherlands, A.Ersoy@tudelft.nl

Maria Ianeva, CNAM, Paris, France, maria.ianeva@lecnam.net

Jean-Luc Tomas, CNAM, Paris, France, jean-luc.tomas@lecnam.net

Helyaneh Aboutalebi Tabrizi, Msc in Architecture, Bilkent University, h.aboutalebi@bilkent.edu.tr>h.aboutalebi@bilkent.edu.tr

Published 11. November 2019 - 14:50 - Updated 11. June 2021 - 14:07