The European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools (ECLAS) will hold its annual Conference in Hamburg from 22 to 25 September 2013. ECLAS has put out the call for papers for the 5 topics – NATURE HAPPENED YESTERDAY, WHO OWNS THE LANDSCAPE?, BEST PRACTICE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE AND STRUCTURES and EVENTS AND CONVERSION. The conference will be hosted by the Hafen City University Hamburg and is curated and coordinated by the Department of Landscape Architecture, Prof. Christiane Sörensen.
ECLAS represents the interests of the academic community of landscape architects and landscape planners within the wider European social and institutional context. ECLAS provides an internationally recognized forum for academic exchange and international cooperation between universities working in the field of landscape architecture, and represents a key platform for discussion of specific issues currently of concern within the discipline.
Abstracts are invited for oral presentations, poster presentations and Pecha Kucha presentations. Thus the abstract should clearly communicate the objective of the work, the results and their
significance. Time and effort spent constructing a clear, concise, and well-written abstract will maximize the chances of paper acceptance. New and significant work is a prerequisite for paper
acceptance. The abstract will be used by reviewers as the basis for acceptance of the paper. Authors of accepted papers are subsequently asked to submit Full Papers, Posters and Pecha Kucha Lectures.
Abstracts may only be submitted online at: WWW.ECLAS2013.DE
by the deadline: 28th February 2013.
More information about the conference at ECLAS 2013