SLU Landscape Call for Ideas

Last changed: 23 January 2023

SLU Landscape invites Call for Ideas (CFI) proposals for collaborative seed projects that make landscape topic work more visible at SLU; help build external research networks and/or strengthen landscape education offerings.

The aim of Call for Ideas projects is to stimulate interdisciplinary collaboration, expand and maintain networks within the landscape field, update the current state of knowledge and identify future visions and trends. 

 

Three projects has been selected in SLU Landscape's Call for ideas 2022/2023: Landscape architecture as a CLIMATE ACTOR

Vive la France!
From Heat Islands to Shady, Rich and Pleasant School Grounds

Petter Åkerblom 
Maria Kylin
Titti Olsson
Amanda Gabriel

Regenerative landscape architecture

Marina Queiroz 
Scott Wahl
Daniel Bergquist
Anders Larsson
Dennis Andreasson
Caroline Dahl

Towards NLP 2.0
The creating of a trans-disciplinary network to develop and communicate knowledge about the next generation of urban nature-like plantings designed for climate adaption

Emily Wade 
Petter Åkerblom
Roger Elg
Thomas Randrup
Harald Klein
Emma Holmström

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Facts:

Each year SLU Landscape invites Call for Ideas (CFI) proposals for collaborative seed projects that make landscape topic work more visible at SLU, help build external research networks and/or strengthen landscape education offerings. The projects should be in collaboration between at least three persons, from at least two organizations within SLU Landscape. Up to SEK 200 000 will be distributed equally to support four project proposals.

It is up to the CFI jury (the SLU Landscape steering group) to decide which of the applying projects that should be granted the CFI funding.


Contact

Sara Westerdahl
Lecturer at the Department of Urban and Rural Development; Division of Landscape Architecture

Telephone: +4618672446
E-mail: sara.westerdahl@slu.se  

SLU Landscape
SLU Landscape operates as a cross-institutional network for collaboration and joint profiling of work done in the landscape subject area at SLU. It is one of the largest environments for research and teaching in landscape architecture in Europe. 

https://www.slu.se/landscape/