Architecture and Planning PhD Symposium 2020

Architecture and Planning PhD Symposium 2020

  • 5 June 2020, 1–5pm
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Candidates undertaking Monash University’s Graduate research degrees are challenged to apply new thinking to interpret – and solve – complex questions. In this video recorded 5 June 2020, current Architecture and Urban Planning PhD candidates present their research to a panel of guest critics and participate in a live Q&A panel.

Panel One

External Guest Critics:

  • Anna Hurlimann, University of Melbourne
  • Ilan Wiesel, University of Melbourne
  • Cameron Logan, University of Sydney

Internal Guest Critic:

Time PhD CandidateResearch
12.50–1pm Opening Remarks
1.00–1.30pm Erich WolffUncertainty beyond Risk: a social-ecological framework for making sense of water level fluctuations in infrastructure design
1.40–2.10pm Dasha SpasojevicDesign ethnography for socio-technical systems: The clash of water sensitive urban design and Indonesian informality. Tell Me about the Invisible
2.20–2.50pm Nícolas Guerra 
Rodrigues Tão
Fighting cities standardization: planning and governance frameworks to increase urban diversity

Panel Two

External Guest Critics:

  • Shanti Sumartojo, Monash University
  • Alicia Pozniak, Government Architect New South Wales
  • Karen Burns, University of Melbourne

Internal Guest Critic:

  • TBD
Time PhD CandidateResearch
3.00–3.30pm Samantha Donnelly

Precarious spaces: accommodation women over 45 leaving violence

3.40–4.10pm Anthony Clarke

Space, architecture, health and wellbeing: Using a detailed 'lens of care' to re-evaluate and learn from specialised architectural practice.

4.20–4.50pm Vicki Leibowitz

READING MELBOURNE’S MONUMENT: The intertextuality of Ashton Raggatt McDougall’s addition to the Shrine of Remembrance

4.50–5pm Closing Remarks