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Displacement, placemaking and wellbeing in the city

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The project is headed by Dr Dolf Jan Hendrik te Lintelo (Institute of Development Studies, UK)

Co-investigators:

Professor Robert Mull (University of Brighton, School of Architecture and Design, UK)

Dr Charles Watters (University of Sussex School of Social Work & Care, UK)

Dr Anandini Dar (Ambedkar University, Delhi, India)

Ms Divya Chopra (Ambedkar University, Delhi, India)

Professor Peter Hemmersam (Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway)

Dr Miika Matias Tervonen (Migration Institute of Finland)

Associate partners: Global Alliance for Urban Crises, the Norwegian Refugee Council, the Kent Refugee Action Network

 

Hemmersam, Peter

Professor

Peter Hemmersam is a professor at the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape. He is trained as an architect and is a former partner in the architectural practice Transform. His PhD thesis investigated integrated shopping centres as urban design. His main research interest lies in the field of urban design. He is currently undertaking research on Arctic cities, periurban landscapes of the Oslo region, and digital cities. He directs the Oslo Centre for Urban and Landscape Studies.

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Ip, Morgan

PhD-fellow

Morgan Alexander Ip is a Canadian architect, and his educational background covers, among other things, mapping and participatory work towards community-centered design. He has experience from several research teams – the PPS-Arctic Impacts of a Changing Treeline, as well as several highly relevant Northern projects with Lateral Office over the last years. He has very strong experience from project work and community engagement in the Canadian Arctic, and has published on these issues.

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Breivik, Håvard

Researcher

HÅVARD BREIVIK is an architect and member of the Norwegian Refugee Council’s emergency standby roster, NORCAP. With almost a decade of experience from crisis response, humanitarian relief, and development efforts, Håvard has been deployed to United Nations agencies in Haiti, Nepal, Macedonia, Hungary, and New York. Håvard is currently the Coordinator of the Global Alliance for Urban Crises Secretariat. He is also responsible for the Master’s course In Transit at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO), while serving on the NORCAP roster. He holds a master’s degree in Architecture from AHO’s Institute of Urbanism and Landscape.

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Selmer-Olsen, Tone

Researcher

Tone Selmer-Olsen is an architect, assistant professor at the Oslo School of Architecture (AHO) and a member of the Norwegian Refugee Council’s emergency standby roster, NORCAP. She has broad experience from crisis response, humanitarian relief, and development efforts, and have been deployed to United Nations agencies in Haiti, Nepal and Macedonia. Tone is currently responsible teacher for the Master’s course In Transit at the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape at AHO. From own private practice and with collaborating partners, Tone has worked with projects ranging from private housing to large-scale award-winning culture buildings. Tone holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from the Institute of Architecture at the AHO.

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Skjulhaug, Marianne

Researcher

Marianne is on research leave from her position as Head of the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape. She is trained as an architect, has years of experience in urban planning and urban design from Norconsult. She was the Rector of the Bergen School of Architecture from 2007 to 2012, and has lectured and served as examiner at a number of institutions, including KTH in Stockholm and NTNU in Trondheim. She serves as the Vice President at Europan Norway, Board Member for Asplan Viak (stiftelsesstyre), Advisory Board member at Arkitektur, KTH, and sits on the Nordic Council for Green Buildings. She is also an active voice in the public debate on urban development. She is currently working on her PhD research on the urban dynamics of peri-urban Oslo.

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