Conference schedule (tentative):

Wednesday, September 25th 2019
16:00 – 18:00
(Faculty of Geography, Studentski trg 3)
Guided City Tour (free of charge) (Faculty of Geography, Studentski trg 3, 3rd floor)
18:00 - 20:00 Early Registration and Ice Breaking Party
Thursday, September 26th 2019
Venue 1: Rectorate Building, University of Belgrade (Studentski trg 1)
Venue 2: Faculty of Geography, University of Belgrade (Studentski trg 3, 3rd floor)
Venue 3: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry (Studentski trg12-16)
Venue 1: Rectorate Building, University of Belgrade
8:30 – 9:30 Registration of participants
9:30 – 10:00 Official opening
10:00 – 12:30 International Journal of Urban and Regional Research plenary session: Megaprojects
Chair: Matthias Bernt
Invited keynote speakers:
1. Comparing urban real estate megaprojects in Asian cities
Gavin Shatkin
2. Not mega, not a project: urban projectification and the political imperative of not thinking the urban through projects
Martin Müller
3. From New to Waterfront: Belgrade’s regressive transition driven by its paramount urban interventions
Tijana Dabović
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch break (Faculty of Geography, Studentski trg 3, 3rd floor)
13:00 – 15:00 Parallel sessions
Faculty of Geography Room 1 The Global East in the global geopolitics of knowledge: views from between North and South (1)
Organizers: Martin Müller, Elena Trubina
Chair: Elena Trubina
1. How we theorised cities from the North and South, but forgot to think with the East
Martin Müller
2. In the hall of mirrors? the mimicking state, the production of geographic knowledge, the picture of Chinese creative cities
June Wang, Xu Zhang
3. Not so global climate change? Representations of Central Europe in research on climate change and cities
Slavomira Ferencuhova
4. Semi-periphery? The Global East in global academic knowledge production.
Elena Trubina, David Gogishvili, Nadja Imhof, Martin Müller
Faculty of Geography Room 2 Gentrification and related processes
Chair: Annegret Haase
1. Post-soviet urban renewal and its discontents: gentrification by demolition in Baku
Anar Valiyev
2. Neighbourhood Change Dynamics of Prague Inner city
Jan Sýkora
3. Interrogating urban greening strategies and the (re)production of spatial inequalities: Detecting eco-gentrification in postsocialist cities
Annegret Haase
4. Mapping gentrification: spatial patterns and residential dynamics of creative class in Riga
Margarita Kairjaka, Maris Berzins
Faculty of Geography Library (Re-) Thinking European Memorials of Revolution (1)
Organizers: Carola S. Neugebauer, Nebojša Čamprag, Lana Lovrenčić
Chair: Carola S. Neugebauer
1. Stadiums, icons of community or neoliberal competitiveness
Parisa Toloue-Hayat-Azar
2. Past, present and future of the "Monument to the Fallen Miners"
Chiara Basile, Daniel Zwangsleitner
3. Space made, space (mis)used, space (mis)understood, Inheriting Yugoslavia’s monuments of revolution in times of (post)transition
Marija Djordjević
4. Inheriting Yugoslav heritage – emerging perspective of new generation professionals on war and revolution memorials
Aleksandra Terzić, Dragana Konstantinović
Faculty of Chemistry Room 1 Urban environmental issues
Chair: Dajana Bjelajac
1. Looking beyond borders – revisiting the green space accessibility in urban Europe
Manuel Wolff, Sebastian Scheuer, Dagmar Haase
2. Urban greening and geoenvironmental safety
Ekaterina Buldakova
3. Can “smartization” of the cities help reduce light pollution? – case study Novi Sad, Serbia
Dajana Bjelajac, Bojan Đerčan, Marija Cimbaljević, Jelena Dunjić
4. Green infrastructure in post-socialist cities Evidence and experiences from Eastern Germany, Poland and Russia
Dagmar Haase, Diana Dushkova, Annegret Haase, Jakub Kronenberg
Faculty of Chemistry Room 2 Urban geopolitics and national identities (1)
Chair: Olena Denysenko
1. Rivals on the host field: Russians and Ukrainians in Prague
Ekaterina Ignatyeva, Luděk Sýkora
2. Blurring the Soviet identity through the new urban practices – the case of Ukrainian (fault-line) cities
Kostyantyn Mezentsev, Olena Denysenko
3. More-than-state ontologies of territory from Russian political geographic perspectives
Vera Smirnova, Oleg Golubchikov
Faculty of Chemistry Room 3 The prospect for small and medium sized towns
Chair: Bojan Đerčan
1. Romania's Small Towns: Urban Vitality, Learned Lessons and Ways to Move Forward
Stoica Ilinca-Valentina, Antoni F. Tulla, Zamfir Daniela, Alexandru-Ionuț Petrișor
2. Smaller urban centers in the transition: a case study of Indjija, Serbia
Bojan Đerčan, Milka Bubalo-Živković, Dragica Gatarić, Tamara Lukić, Dajana Bjelajac
3. Regeneration strategies for shrinking medium-sized cities in Poland
Przemysław Ciesiółka
4. Transformation of the industry of small and medium-sized towns in the Serbian Danube Region
Vojislav Deđanski
15:00 – 15:30 Coffee break
15:30 – 17:00 Parallel sessions
Faculty of Geography Room 1 The Global East in the global geopolitics of knowledge: views from between North and South (2)
Organizers:Martin Müller, Elena Trubina
Chair: Martin Müller
1. Rebels with a cause? Universalized gentrification and „Eastern“ critiques
Matthias Bernt
2. Semiperipheral Postcoloniality: An Eastern and Central European Transnational History of Urban and Regional Development Planning
Zoltan Ginelli
3. The use of theory in post-Wall studies of urban change: a means to comparative and explanatory ends or mere window dressing?
Michael Gentile and Örjan Sjöberg
4. Urban Development Issues presentation: Geography of research on post-socialist cities
Artur Bajerski
Faculty of Geography Room 2 Mobility and post-socialist urban governance
Organizers:Lela Rekhviashvili, Wladimir Sgibnev, Tonio Weicker
Chair: Tauri Tuvikene
1. Mobility and post-socialist urban governance
Lela Rekhviashvili
2. The Blanka Tunnel: From object to ‘infrastructuring’
Demetra Kourri
3. Contesting the road – Hidden forms of protest against transport modernisations in Russian cities
Tonio Weicker
4. Post-socialist mobility justice
Wladimir Sgibnev, Lela Rekhviashvili, Tauri Tuvikene
Faculty of Geography Library ‘When shrinking is the rule, not the exception’ – Post-socialist shrinking cities (1)
Organizers: Csaba Jelinek,Tünde Virág
Chair: Tünde Virág
1. The future of shrinking Hungarian cities - From architecture view
György Alföldi, Bálint Balázs, Dániel Balizs
2. From 47th to 67th parallel north: a comparative study of urban planning and policies in two shrinking mining cities in Russia
Elena Batunova, Maria Gunko
3. Millennials and the shrinking city: A case study of Ostrava city center
Alexandr Nováček, Ondřej Slach, Luděk Krtička, Vojtěch Bosák
4. Beyond shrinkage: Emigration, Remittances and Urban Development
Jonas Koenig
Faculty of Chemistry Room 1 Renewable energy potentials in post-socialist cities & urban environments
Organizers: David Bertermann, Johannes Müller, Nikola Jocić
Chair: Nikola Jocić
1. Thermal activation of district heating networks with low temperature levels
Robin Zeh, Volker Stockinger
2. Pan-European planning tool for sustainable energy systems – ThermoMap project
David Bertermann, Nikola Jocić, Johannes Müller
3. Renewable energy potentials for the post-socialist urban environments of Ub (Serbia) – A shallow geothermal approach
Johannes Müller, Nikola Jocić, Tea Požar, David Bertermann
Faculty of Chemistry Room 2 Urban geopolitics and national identities (2)
Chair: Jānis Krūmiņš
1. Borderlands of the Black Sea: An Autoethnographic Account
Michael Thompson
2. Exploring the ethnic dimension of internal migration in Latvia
Jānis Krūmiņš, Māris Bērziņš, Zaiga Krišjāne
3. The theory of the ghetto through the prism of the Bulgarian reality (a case study of Harman Mahala, Plovdiv)
Nadezhda Ilieva, Boris Kazakov
4. Urban Geopolitics in “Ordinary” and “Contested/divided” cities: Perspectives from the European South-East
Gruia Badescu
Faculty of Chemistry Room 3 Consumer services and leisure in post-socialist cities
Chair: Nikola Todorović
1. Between Tourism and Migration: Evidence from Dubrovnik historic center
Sanja Klempić Bogadi, Jana Vukić
2. Touristification in Belgrade: bottom-up or top-down?
Nikola Todorović
3. Quality of local service centres in post-communist cities. Case studies of 7 European cities (Warsaw, Wroclaw, Ostrow Wielkopolski, Siechnice, Zabierzow from Poland, Prague, Czech Republic and Kopenhagen, Denmark)
Magdalena Mayer-Wydra, Łukasz Damurski
4. Reshaping of Patterns of Attractive Shopping Spaces in Belgrade
Jovana Todorić, Zlata Vuksanović-Macura
18:00 Welcome reception at Belgrade City Hall (Dragoslava Jovanovića 2)
Friday, September 27th 2019
Venue: Faculty of Geography, University of Belgrade
Address: Vojvodjanska 1, Zemun
9:00 – 10:30 Parallel sessions
Zemun Room A Divided/contested cities in Eurasia (1)
Organizer: Michael Gentile
Chair: Elena Trubina
1. Installing the new cathedral in the public space: collisions and collusions
Elena Trubina
2. We come in peace, you go in pieces: Mega-events and the creation of exclusion
Sven Daniel Wolfe
3. “Clean-up!” – the violent politics of mega-event planning in Nur-Sultan, Astana
David Gogishvili
Zemun Room 1 Large Housing Estates after Privatization
Organizer: Oleg Pachenkov, Matthias Bernt
Chair: Oleg Pachenkov
1. Challenges of hybrid regimes: institute of private property and gaps in the management of large housing estates in neo-liberal post-socialist city (case of St. Petersburg, Russia)
Oleg Pachenkov, Lyubov Chernysheva, Elvira Gizatullina, Ekaterina Korableva, Irina Shirobokova
2. Policies targeting no man’s land in large housing estates: comparison of Annelinn, Estonia and Žirmūnai, Lithuania
Johanna Holvandus, Kadri Leetmaa
3. The socio-demographic development of socialist-era prefabricated housing estates in the 21st century: The case of Lodz, Poland
Szymon Marcińczak, Agnieszka Ogrodowczyk
Zemun Room 2 Foreign Direct Investment in the Successor States of Yugoslavia: A Comparative Economic Geography 25 Years Later
Organizer: Joel Deichmann
Chair: Joel Deichmann
1. A Comparative Analysis of FDI in the Western Balkans: The Role of Geo-Cultural Proximity
Joel Deichmann
2. Foreign direct investments in Serbia as a driving force of economic development
Mikica Sibinović, Ivan Ratkaj
3. The changing role of foreign direct investments in Slovenia
Simon Kušar
4. Structure of FDI challenging Montenegro’s future development
Danijela Jaćimović
Zemun Room 3 Challenges of urban shrinkage
Chair: Marija Antić
1. Exploring the links between demographic dynamism and suburbanization within Iași’s Metropolitan Area
Constantin-Alexandru Stoian
2. Shrinking cities in Serbia – Regional differentiation and trajectories of post-socialist urban transformation
Marija Antić
3. Urban growth and decline: the causes and consequences of urban shrinkage – case study the city of Pančevo, Serbia
Danica Ðurkin
4. Mapping the environmental and social conflicts of the economic restructuring in a formerly model socialist city
Melinda Mihály
Zemun Room 6 Commuting and urban transport development (1)
Chair: Aleksandar Valjarević
1. Proximity to mobility infrastructures and spaces of inequality
Giorgi Kankia
2. Spatial interaction between residential and workplace locations: regional patterns of commuting flows in Latvia
Zaiga Krišjāne, Maris Berzins, Jurijs Jeskins
3. Daily mobility in comparison with public traffic system in the city of Belgrade
Aleksandar Valjarević, Dragica Živković, Miško Milanović
4. What does it mean to change mobility mode? Consequences and impacts of the shift in car/public transport use in Brno, the Czech Republic
Daniel Seidenglanz
Zemun Room 7 Historical legacies and (re)construction of urban identities (1)
Chair: Valeria Lazarenko
1. Transformation of local identities in peripheral districts of large Post-Socialist cities (a case of Yasenevo, Moscow, Russia)
Alexander Mikhaylov, Varvara Molodtsova, Mariia Kveladze, Denis Kiryukhin
2. Place(less)-Based Identities in the Times of Transition: Case of Internally Displaced People in Ukraine
Valeria Lazarenko
3. Disputable objectives in the re-creation of the post-socialist metropolis image. The example of Belgrade, Serbia
Sanja Iguman, Werner Gronau
Zemun Room 8 Suburban and peri-urban patterns and processes (1)
Chair: Nina Dvořáková
1. The diversification of suburban growth models within the Prague Urban Region
Greta Kukeli, Martin Ouředníček
2. Suburbanization, a Lost “Battle”? Case Study: Popești-Leordeni (Romania)
Zamfir Daniela, Stoica Ilinca-Valentina, Vîrghileanu Marina
3. Moving away from the suburbs? Residential strategies of empty nesters and their adult children
Nina Dvořáková, Marie Horňáková
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 – 12:30 Parallel sessions
Zemun Room A Divided/contested cities in Eurasia (2)
Organizer: Michael Gentile
Chair: Michael Gentile
1. Geopolitical fault-line cities and the curious case of Ukrainian mainstream nationalism
Michael Gentile
2. The role of the boundaries in the life of Subotica
Olivér Kriska
3. Place continuity, urban identity and ethnic bias in collective memory of cities with disrupted history
Maria Lewicka, Olena Dobosh, Bartłomiej Iwańczak
Zemun Room 1 Governing and planning post-socialist cities (1)
Chair: Teresie Loksová
1. Power(less) of Urban Development in Ukraine: The Role of the Conflicts
Anatolii Melnychuk, Oleksiy Gnatiuk
2. Sustainable urban renewal in developing economic countries: a case study review of Durban and Budapest
Ntombifuthi Nzimande, Szabolcs Fabula, Neville Bews
3. Tensions of invited participation: Epistemic cultures and boundary work of the Czech urban practitioners
Terezie Loksová
4. Mobility challenges and opportunities of newly created territorial entities in Ukraine
Anja Berestetska
Zemun Room 2 Reconsidering urban theory and methodology (1)
Chair: Robert Musil
1. Is there a misfit between global urban theories and urban realities? A plea for a research agenda for middle- and south-eastern Europe
Robert Musil
2. Distribution of knowledge-intensive business services in post-socialist urban environment
Aljoša Budović
3. Role of cell phone data in population distribution evaluation
Zdeněk Stachoň, Petr Kubíček, Milan Konečný, Lukáš Herman, Šimon Leitgeb
Zemun Room 3 Urban geopolitics, individual resistance, and the everyday: Evidence from postsocialism and beyond (1)
Organizers: Sven Daniel Wolfe, Abel Polese
Chair: Abel Polese
1. Activating the interstices: art, culture and everyday politics in two in-between cities
Jill Pope
2. Queering Geopolitics: Troubling the Hetero- Homonationalism Meta Narratives and the Conflict in Ukraine
Maria Dubrova
3. Urban Margins, Spatial Properties and the Post-Socialist City in Global Comparison
Kirsti Stuvøy
Zemun Room 5 Socio-spatial patterns and processes (1)
Chair: Guido Sechi
1. Post-Socialist Transformations in the Functional Urban Area of Sofia based on Urban Atlas data
Kaloian Tsvetkov
2. Atomograd Slavutych: challenges and perspectives of resilience for the last ideal city of the USSR
Olena Dronova, Olena Kononenko
3. Hybrid Spatialities of Transition: Patterns of Socioeconomic Residential Differentiation in Saint Petersburg and Riga
Guido Sechi, Dmitrii Zhitin, Zaiga Krišjāne, Maris Berzins, Janis Krumins
Zemun Room 6 Commuting and urban transport development (2)
Chair: Jiří Nemeškal
1. Planning metro system in Belgrade – for whom?
Ivan Ratkaj
2. Commuting patterns in Prague Metropolitan Area
Jiří Nemeškal
3. Current State and Future Potentials of Public Transport in Bishkek
Ilya Sogolov
4. Immobility and post-socialist modernization: Car parking in Warsaw
Karol Kurnicki
Zemun Room 8 Suburban and peri-urban patterns and processes (2)
Chair: Pavel Šuška
1. Uncertain landscape: Transforming post-socialist past of urban periphery
Hana Daňková
2. Getting old among the young: political consequences of ageing in newly built suburbs
Pavel Šuška
3. Delineation of an urban agglomeration: evidence from Riga, Latvia
Toms Skadinš, Janis Kruminš, Maris Berzinš
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch break
13:30 – 15:00 Parallel sessions
Zemun Room A Reconsidering urban theory and methodology (2)
Chair: Robert Osman
1. The post-socialist city: not only a specific space but also a specific time
Robert Osman, Petr Klusáček
2. Post-Socialist as Palimpsestic: Embracing the Multiplicity of Places by means of Cultural & Regional Geography, Space Semiotics & Place Branding
Ivan Mitin
3. The visible hand in the making of CEE periphery: state agency and unfolding multiple dependencies in non-metropolitan industrial enclaves in Hungary
Erika Nagy, Gábor Nagy
4. Inhabiting the Urban: Could the Concept of Dwelling be an Alternative for Urban Analytics?
Stefan Janković
Zemun Room 1 Governing and planning post-socialist cities (2)
Chair: Armine Bagiyan
1. Urban planning and (v.s.) public interest in Serbian cities today
Velimir Šećerov, Dejan Filipović, Bogdan Lukić, Branko Protić
2. Administrative and Territorial Reform in Albania: The Case of Shkoder Municipality
Dritan Rustja, Ervis Krymbi, Alkida Hasaj
3. The “Velvet Revolution” and Place-making in Yerevan
Armine Bagiyan
4. The Third Wave of Neoliberalization of Polish Cities: “Soft” Modernization, New Metropolitan Mainstream and Surrogated Participation in Post-Socialist Poznań
Piotr Juskowiak
Zemun Room 2 Housing rights and processes in real estate market (1)
Chair: Balázs Szabó
1. Governance of Housing in Leipzig, Germany: Facilitating housing market access and overcoming discrimination through support structures for (newly arrived) deprived citizens
Anika Schmidt
2. Autumn of the Soviet Housing: The Contradictions of Property Rentiership in Kyiv
Denys Gorbach, Alona Liasheva
3. Role of public support and real estate market in the development of postsocialist housing estates: cases of Vilnius and Budapest
Balázs Szabó, Donatas Burneika
4. Evictions as infrastructural events: The emergence of network ghettos after socialism
Liviu Chelcea, Irina Zamfirescu
Zemun Room 3 Urban geopolitics, individual resistance, and the everyday: Evidence from postsocialism and beyond (2)
Organizers: Sven Daniel Wolfe, Abel Polese
Chair: Abel Polese
1. Informality and economic performativity in a cross-regional perspective: evidence from three post-Soviet regions
Abel Polese, Arnis Sauka, Talis Putnins
2. The 'Imaginary Captains' of Belgrade: Sexual Violence and Anarchism in The Writings of Biljana Jovanović
John K. Cox
3. Between Responsibility and Affirmation of Freedom and Belonging: Everyday activism in Lodz, Poland and Novi Sad, Serbia
Piotr Goldstein
4. Relicts of Past and Future. Renegotiating the Monumental Landscape in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
David Leupold
Zemun Room 4 ‘When shrinking is the rule, not the exception’ – Post-socialist shrinking cities (2)
Organizers: Csaba Jelinek,Tünde Virág
Chair: Csaba Jelinek
1. Revisiting the conceptualization of shrinkage: a specific form of peripheralization
István Pósfai, Gergely Tagai
2. Recovery? Analyzing the post-crisis housing boom in Hungarian “ordinary cities”
Csaba Jelinek, Zsuzsanna Pósfai, András Vigvári, Tünde Virág
3. How to keep control? The everyday practices of governing urban marginality in the time of massive outmigration
Cecília Kovai, Tünde Virág
Zemun Room 6 Migrant inclusion and segregation in cities, urban marginalities
Chair: Luděk Sýkora
1. Localities of social exclusion: spatial concentrations of hopelessness
Luděk Sýkora
2. Immigrant Residential Segregation in a Country After Transition. Multiple Scale Comparison of New and Established Immigration Countries
Ivana Přidalová, Martin Šimon
3. Access to healthcare as an integral part of the social integration of the Roma population in Bulgaria: a case study of Harman Mahala quarter, Plovdiv
Aleksandra Ravnachka, Boris Kazakov
4. Do foreigners tend to suburbanize in the Prague Metropolitan Area?
Adam Klsák, Martin Ouředníček
Zemun Room 7 Historical legacies and (re)construction of urban identities (2)
Chair: Mikheil Svanidze
1. Specifics of re-development of site with heritage protection – case study area of former prison in Brno, Czech Republic
Petr Klusáček, Robert Osman
2. Tracing Post-soviet Social History through Informal Monuments in Tbilisi: a Case of Two Neighborhoods
Mikheil Svanidze
3. Historical factor of the formation of population identity in Donbas cities
Grygoriy Pidgrushnyi, Lina Sikorska
Zemun Room 8 Smart post-socialist city: Approaches and tools for urban development (1)
Organizers: Veronika Mooses, Ingmar Pastak
Chair: Ingmar Pastak
1. Characteristics of post-socialist smart city development with special attention to Hungary
Ádám Szalai
2. Smart city interventions and pro-environmental behaviour change: an interview study with khrushchevka-dwellers
Ingmar Pastak, Veronika Mooses, Pilleriine Kamenjuk, Age Poom
3. Geographical characteristics and territorial patterns of digitization in Hungary
Tamás Egedy, Tünde Szabó, Márton Prorok
15:00 – 15:15 Coffee break
15:15 – 16:45 Parallel sessions
Zemun Room A Urban geopolitics, individual resistance, and the everyday: Evidence from postsocialism and beyond (3)
Organizers: Sven Daniel Wolfe, Abel Polese
Chair: Sven Daniel Wolfe
1. Urban geopolitics, the everyday, and emotion in the politics of urban cultural policy-making in the context of authoritarian nationalism – the case of Gdańsk, Poland
Thomas Borén, Craig Young
2. Exploring illegibility in daily practice
Megan Dixon
3. Affective urban geopolitics
Sunčana Laketa
Zemun Room 1 Megaprojects and urban entrepreneurialism
Chair: Jorn Koelemaij
1. Experimental investor-urbanism through transnational real estate development: situating Belgrade Waterfront in a wider global-theoretical context
Jorn Koelemaij
2. Functional mosaic on the riverfronts of Budapest
Tolnai Gábor, Berki Márton
3. Megaprojects in Post-socialist Cities: A Look through the Lens of Public Engagement
Ana Perić
4. Reshaping post-socialist urban futures into dual city realities: a comparative analysis of decision-making dynamics behind large-scale projects on urban waterfronts in Belgrade and Bratislava
Branislav Machala, Jorn Koelemaij
Zemun Room 2 Housing rights and processes in real estate market (2)
Chair: Anneli Kährik
1. Challenges on neighbourhood governance from the perspective of residents’ lifecourse mobility. The case of housing estates in Tallinn, Estonia
Anneli Kährik, Kadi Mägi, Kadri Leetmaa, Petra Špačková
2. General features of land market in metropolitan areas of Vietnam: concept, characteristics and effects
Tran Tuan Nguyen, Gábor Hegedűs
3. Land rent without free market: cases of Kyiv and Lviv, Ukraine
Alona Liasheva, Olena Gulenok
4. Urban movements in post-socialist Budapest – residential resistance in an illiberal context
Gergely Olt
Zemun Room 3 Liminal post-socialist cultural landscapes? Persistent ambiguity of spatial symbols thirty years on
Organizer: Mary Dellenbaugh-Losse
Chair: Kadri Leetmaa
1. Combining „the national” and „the military”: reclaiming the area of Estonian National Museum / Former Soviet Military Airport back to the city
Kadri Leetmaa
2. Urban renaissance – cultural landscapes in Tirana and Podgorica
Peter Nientied, Besnik Aliaj, Sonja Dragović
3. Iconic vs Canonic: Renewal, resilience and visual hegemony in post-socialist city
Aldea Silviu
Zemun Room 5 Socio-spatial patterns and processes (2)
Chair: Marek Lichter
1. Re-centered City? Multiple Trajectories towards Post-socialist Centralities
Marek Lichter, Ondřej Mulíček
2. Urban transformation of Novi Sad in the post-socialist period and its problems
Milka Bubalo-Živković, Tamara Lukić, Bojan Đerčan
3. Urban development in Serbia: between “urban sprawl” and “urban shrinking”
Teodora Nikolić
Zemun Room 6 Geographicity of mobilities. A more holistic perspective on people on the move
Organizers: Daniel Göler, Danica Šantić
Chair: Daniel Göler
1. Moving in and out of Belgrade: towards a holistic system approach
Danica Šantić, Vlasta Kokotović-Kanazir
2. Are we Ready for Labor Mobility? – Work Orientations of the Economically Active Population in Serbia
Dunja Poleti Ćosić
3. Young adults fly out of the suburban nest: migration trajectories and metropolitan change in Prague
Otakar Bursa, Luděk Sýkora
4. Residential mobility of young families in the Prague metropolitan region
Marie Horňáková, Jan Sýkora
Zemun Room 8 Smart post-socialist city: Approaches and tools for urban development (2)
Organizers: Veronika Mooses, Ingmar Pastak
Chair: Ingmar Pastak
1. CRISALIDE: rethinking spatial planning in a ‘smart’ paradigm. The case of Rostov-on-Don, Southern Russia
Elena Batunova, Pietro Elisei, Sergey Trukhachev
2. Research Challenges Beyond Primate Cities: Hyperlink Volumes and Linkages of Europe's Secondary and Tertiary Cities in an Information Age
Stanley D. Brunn
3. Smart cities, better cities? The rise of bike sharing and possibilities of sensor data
Adam Radzimski, Michal Dziecielski
16:45 – 17:00 Coffee break
17:00 – 18:00 Parallel sessions
Zemun Room A Meet the editors: Eurasian Geography and Economics, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research and Urban Development Issues
Zemun Room 2 Book presentation (Refreshments served)
1. The Scopus Diaries and the (il)logics of Academic Survival by Abel Polese
2. Post-socialist urban structures edited by Tauri Tuvikene, Wladimir Sgibnev and Carola S. Neugebauer
Zemun Room 1 Active (citizen) – 30-minute ethnographic documentary by Piotr Goldstein and Jan Lorenz
18:00 – 19:00 New Belgrade field trip (free)
Saturday, September 28th 2019
9:00 Conference excursion to Smederevo, Iron Gate (on Danube River) and Bor (Eastern Serbia)
(Faculty of Geography, Studentski trg 3)
Sunday, September 29th 2019
20:00 Arrival to Belgrade from Bor field trip