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João Marrana

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Researcher since: 2017 

Research Project: Cycling as a way of urban liveability: the influence of the built environment in cycling network development and livingness

Curriculum Vitae 

 

Publications

Marrana, J. & Serdoura, F. Cycling Policies and Strategies: The Case of Lisbon. 6th International Conference on Urban Design, Transportation, Architectural and Environmental Engineering - UTAEE-17, Istambul, Turquia, 8 a 10 de Setembro de 2017 [Paper U0917311 - Communication accepted for oral presentation and publication in proceedings; adjudged best session paper in the Istanbul conference].

Marrana, J. & Serdoura, F. Policies and measures to promote bicycle usage in starter cycling cities: The Case of Lisbon. AESOP annual congress ’17 – Spaces of Dialog for Places of Dignity: Fostering the European Dimension of Planning. Instituto Superior Técnico da Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal. Julho de 2017 [Paper 665 - Communication accepted for oral presentation in “Track 13 – Mobility policies, transport regulation and urban planning”].

Marrana, J. & Serdoura, F. Desenvolvimento Informal – A importância dos assentamentos informais na evolução de cidades em países em desenvolvimento. IV Seminário Internacional da Academia de Escolas de Arquitetura e Urbanismo de Língua Portuguesa (AEAULP), A Língua que Habitamos. Escola de Arquitetura da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brasil. Abril 2017. [Paper 467];

Serdoura, F. & Marrana, J. A Bicicleta como ‘novo’ modo de mobilidade em Lisboa. PLURIS 2016, Contrastes Contradições Complexidade. Desafios urbanos no século XXI, 7º Congresso Luso-Brasileiro para o Planeamento Urbano, Regional, Integrado e Sustentável. Maceió, Alagoas, Brasil. Outubro 2016. [Paper 1125];

Serdoura, F. & Marrana, J. The (in) formal city - Is there room for the informal in the formal city? CITTA 8th Annual Conference on Planning Research & AESOP Thematic Group / Public Spaces & Urban Cultures Annual Meeting. Generative Places, Smart Approaches, Happy People. Oporto, Portugal. September 2015. [Communication accepted for oral presentation in panel “Physical Dimension / Real and Virtual Boundaries”].

 

Updated on January 17, 2018