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DIGITAL MATTERS: Research Lecture Series

The 2017/18 Research Lecture Series of the UCD School of Architecture, Planning & Environmental Policy explores research conducted through various forms of digital media in the fields of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy.

Student-Employer Networking at the Planning & Environmental Policy Careers Day

A specific Planning & Environmental Policy Careers Day was held in UCD Richview on Friday, 23 February. In addition to 1-2-1 CV and mock interview sessions, students listened to interesting career path stories from recent graduates of our Planning & Environmental Policy programmes.

Architectural Association of Ireland presents: Donaghy + Dimond Architects

Donaghy+ Dimond Architects was established in 2001 by Marcus Donaghy and Will Dimond, two architects with extensive experience of working on urban and rural design projects in Ireland and abroad. The practice has developed a reputation for high-quality innovative, sustainable design.

Environmental modelling provides solutions for greener cities

Urban areas and their surrounding ecosystems are under increasing strain globally as growing populations, accelerating economic development and increasing agricultural production impact land use, transport networks and air and water quality. An EU-funded project is addressed the challenge of urban sustainability with a novel integrated modelling approach to guide decision-makers towards making cities cleaner, greener and more liveable

How can we make cities better places to live, asks new UCD research centre

A new research centre at University College Dublin (UCD) will investigate how cities can become healthier and more prosperous places for their citizens. The interdisciplinary Spatial Dynamics Lab, established by Dr Dieter F. Kogler and Dr Francesco Pilla, will provide advancements in the analysis of innovation processes, environmental impact, evolutionary patterns and structural change at a city and regional scale.