Organization(s)

Local Organising Committee Member,  AicE-Bs 2011 Famagusta , 2011

Organized by : cE-Bs© Centre for Environment-Behaviour Studies,

Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying

Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia

Co- Host: EMU Urban Research & Development Centre

Famagusta/ North Cyprus
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AicE-Bs conference themes address Environment-Behaviour issues which particularly affect the Asia Pacific region. Accepted papers are published in the Conference Proceedings which shall be submitted to Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI). Selected papers shall be published in our double-blind peer reviewed international journals – ajE-Bs (Asian Journal of Environment-Behaviour Studies) and jABs (Journal of ASIAN Behavioural Studies). The conference’s International Scientific Committee members are also Editorial Board members of both the journals…

Team Leader of PhD Helping Cruise, Border-Land New Social Housing International Workshop at Master Level January 2009

HERA-C Eastern Mediterranean University, Famagusta/ North CYPRUS

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge/ USA

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…Beyond the border of Famagusta, the buffer zone of Maras-Varosha, or the Ghost City, can be seen. As a result of the fragmentation of the Maras district over the past four decades, the direction of urban development along the seafront ceased and turned almost completely inland. This area boasts architecture reflective of local cultural values and practices of Cyprus. The proximity and general condition of the Turkish side creates a hybrid phenomenon. Due to significant changes in population and demographics, the architecture in the borderline areas in the Mara? district has been partly abandoned and remains largely vacent, unattended and unmaintained, lacking basic facilities and resembling a squatter area…

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Organization Committee Member, Medi-triology 2, International Gazimağusa Symposium  2007

Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Architecture, Famagusta/ North CYPRUS

…Now, we are contented to invite you to participate in the 5th International Gazimagusa Symposium 2007, encoded on the theme of M e d i – T r i o l o g y : Coastal Settlements – Culture and Conservation in the Mediterranean Basin…

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Helping Curise to Organization Committee , International Summer School 2005

Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Architecture, Famagusta/ North CYPRUS

…Cities are always in a rapid pace of transformation witnessing a high-speed of modification. Cities Fragmented -Cities Integrated- Cities Deserted, Cities De-populated, Cities Deteriorated, Cities Re-generated, Cities Transformed, Cities Re-moulded and so on. The city of Gazimagusa / Famagusta / Ammochostos is one of those unique cities, which underwent dramatic changes throughout its turbulent history. This depends not only on the negative circumstances, defects and impossibilities, which traces how it was fragmented, de-orientated, and decayed; but also refers to positive attributes with its progress and re-generation in last four decades…

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Organization Committee Member,XVI. MOBBIG 2003

Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Architecture, Famagusta/ North CYPRUS

The 16th gathering of representatives from the Schools of Architectures in Turkey and North Cyprus…

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Organization of EXHIBITION with Netice Yıldız “Kıbrıslı Turk Sanatçılardan Bir Kesit: Baki Boğaç, Feridun Işıman, İnci Kansu, Güner Pir, Emel Samioğlu”,  2003

XVI. MOBBIG, Eastern Mediterranean University, Faculty of Architecture, Famagusta/ North CYPRUS

The exhibition was opened on the occasion of the 16th gathering of representatives from the Schools of Architectures in Turkey and North Cyprus. A group of selective pioneer artists from the North Cyprus were exhibited their works…

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