Henriette Bier presents at the Department of Architecture Research Day ‘Outputs’ the Springer series ‘Adaptive Environments’ for which she acts as editor-in-chief.

Department of Architecture Research Day ‘Outputs’

Organisers: Janina Gosseye, Nelson Mota, Manuela Triggianese
Date: 4 November 2022

Three lenses that run through all sessions:

  1. Audiences
  2. Dissemination
  3. Impact

All presenters are asked to reflect on the audiences that their type of output seeks to address (and effectively addresses), the way in which it is disseminated, and what impact it achieves, both within and outside academia.

Preliminary program:


09.00-09.15: welcome/introduction
09.15-11.15: session JOURNALS (moderator: Nelson Mota)
     09.15-09.30: DASH / Dick van Gameren
      09.30-09.45: Footprint / Andrej Radman
     09.45-10.00: Over Holland / Esther Gramsbergen
     10.00-10.15: Writing Place / Klaske Havik
     10.15-11.15: Roundtable discussion, moderated by Nelson Mota (and including David Viana)

11.15-11.30: coffee break

11.30-13.30: session BOOKS, BOOK SERIES, PUBLISHING PLATFORMS (moderator: Manuela Triggianese)
     11.30-11.45: Planning Perspectives & European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes /Gabriel Schwake
     11.45-12.00: Open Science / Frank van der Hoeven
     12.00-12.15: The Springer series / Henriette Bier
     12.15-12.30: ‘The Why Factory’ series and other editorial work / Javier Arpa
     12.30-12.45: The Berlage books / Salomon Frausto (tbc)
     12.45-13.30: Roundtable discussion, moderated by Manuela Triggianese (and including David Viana)

13.30-14.30: lunch break


14.30-16.30: session OTHER OUTPUTS/PLATFORMS (moderator: Janina Gosseye)
     14.30-14.45: exhibitions / Vanessa Grosman
     14.45-15.00: digital archives / Georg Vrachliotis
     15.00-15.15: MOOCs / Nelson Mota
     15.15-15.30: conferences / Dirk van den Heuvel
     15.30-16.30: Roundtable discussion, moderated by Janina Gosseye (and including David Viana)

16.30-16.45: coffee break

16.45-18.00: Lecture by Andrew Leach