Prof. Paulo Farinha-Marques

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Prof. Paulo Farinha-Marques University of Porto, PortoPorto e Região, Portugal

Biography

Born in Luanda (1963) and brought up in Lisbon (1963- 1988).Fully graduated as a landscape architect in the Superior Institute of Agronomy- Technical University of Lisbon (1988). Practitioner in own company (Porto, 1988-2000). Admitted to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in 1999, in the Faculty of Architectural Studies of the University of Sheffield, UK. From 1996 until 2000, teaching and private practice were combined, first in the University of Aveiro – Landscape Ecology and Planning of Natural Resources (1996 – 1998) a then in the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro – totally involved in the launching of the new Landscape Architecture course –Drawing skills, Landscape Ecology and Landscape Design (1998-2000).

 

Appointed for a position of Auxiliary Professor in Landscape Architecture at the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro (2000-2003). In 2003 was Appointed for a position of Auxiliary Professor at the University of Porto where currently develops teaching and research in the landscape architecture field – landscape design, landscape planting, ecological park design, design and restoration of natural and manmade habitats and biodiversity promotion in historic landscapes.

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Registration desk open

09:00

Welcome  

10.30

Plenary Session I

Keynote Speakers:
Prof. Simon Bell, University of Edinburgh, Estonian University of Life Sciences
Landscape character sensitivity and capacity as tools for accommodating infrastructure and other developments in the landscape
Prof. Paulo Farinha-Magues, University of Porto
Disturbed, restored and novel ecosystems – Concepts and practices challenging landscape planning, design and management in the XXI century.
11.00

Tea/Cofee Break

11:40

Plenary Session II

Keynote Speakers:
Dr hab. Zbigniew Karaczun, Associate Proffesor, SGGW, Warsaw University of Life Sciences
Environmental challenges in XXI century.
Dr hab. Barbara Żarska, Associate Professor, SGGW, Warsaw University of Life Sciences
Legal instruments for landscape protection and management in Poland in the light of environmental challenges in XXI century
11:55

Lunch time

12.45

Session 1

14.00

Tea/Cofee Break

15.45

Session 2

16.00

Poster Session

17.00

Conference dinner

19.30

Excursion

9.30

Registration desk open

9.00

Session 3

10.00

Tea/Cofee Break

11.45

Session 4

12.00

Lunch Time

13.30

Session 5

14.30

Free evening

17.00
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