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IACP Yuelu Forum (岳麓论坛) Held in Changsha, China

IACP Yuelu forum—The International Symposium of Hilly City and Architecture, jointly hosted by IACP and Hunan University, was held at the School of Architecture, Hunan University, Changsha, on June 20-21. The symposium invited more than twenty well-known experts, including domestic and international scholars and professionals. This symposium is comprised of six themes: ecological rehabilitation and …

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The 5th Dean’s Forum Successfully Held

The 5th Dean’s Forum, co-organized by the IACP and Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), was held at the School of Architecture, HIT on June 16, 2017.  The forum included four themes: planning education and exchange in the US; planning accreditation; planning curriculum and pedagogy; and planning professional development. Prof. Jason Cao from University of Minnesota …

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PPTs of 2017 International Association for China Planning (IACP) Keynote Speakers

IACP is pleased to share PPTs of 2017 International Association for China Planning (IACP) Keynote Speakers: Dr. Weiping Wu, Dr. Thai Ker Liu, Dr. Eric Heikkila, Dr Wang Kai, Dr. Dan Abramson.

2016 IACP annual meeting during ACSP Conference

The IACP annual meeting was held at the ACSP conference in Portland, Oregon on Friday 11/4/2016.  IACP President Professor Jason Cao stated the mission of IACP, reviewed past IACP chairs and annual conferences, and introduced the current Board of Directors and its organizational structure.  After that, Professor Cao summarized IACP’s activities and achievements in the …

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The International Conference on ICT-Travel

The rapid development of information and communication technologies (ICTs) has greatly affected individuals’ daily activities and travel. ICT has generated a great amount of online activities and also affected individuals’ living and travel behaviors in physical spaces. Moreover, the internet and related technologies has incorporated numerous information and services into our daily lives, which enables …

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