SLU Landscape Call for Ideas

Last changed: 06 October 2020
CFI poster

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.

Call for Ideas 2020/2021: Collaborate outside and inside SLU Landscape

The 6th annual CFI opens up the idea of collaborating with actors outside and inside of SLU Landscape.

Read more and send your proposals before November 20.

 

2019-2020 CFI projects has been selected

CALL for IDEAS 2020 – the jury’s decision!

This year’s SLU Landscape Call for Ideas focused on FIELD STUDIES, as usual in collaboration between at least three persons, from at least two organizations within SLU Landscape. The steering group (also the jury) received seven applications, out of which were chosen four, to be granted SEK 50 000.

The criteria is a combination of subject actuality and expected good collaboration.

The chosen projects are: 

SEMINAR ON THE MOVE – search for the local and the unique
Visiting sites in small towns and the countryside: Strengthening the Design-and-Build knowledge cluster within landscape architecture at SLU. In search for the local unique and how the global lands locally. (LAPF: Jitka Svensson & Åsa Bensch, SOL: Emma Butler, Maria Wisselgren & Anna Robling, AEM: Anna Bengtsson)

SLU SURROUNDINGS LAB – SOFTWARE & HARDWARE FIELD STUDY
Visiting  research and teaching enviromnents with well functioning digital infrastructure, investigatin future potential of SLU L:s digital laboratory engagements. Fostering a common IT development within SLU Landscape. (LAPF: Mads Farsø & Anders Westin, SOL: Tomas Eriksson, MOVIUM: Harald Klein, AEM: Caroline Hägerhäll + Dept of Plant Breeding: Aakash Chavade)

BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLES OF ECOLOGICAL DESIGN                                 
Visiting best practice examples of "ecological design", while including different competence areas within SLU Landscape to foster a broader discussion.(LAPF: Christine Haaland, Karin Svensson & Petra Thorpert, SOL: Carola Wingren et al)

INCLUSIVE URBANISM FROM STRATEGY TO OUTCOME                                 
Visiting good examples in the Netherlands: Translating the common experiences into strategic considerations for SLU Landscape collaboration, e. g. a common course content. (LAPF: Maria Kylin, Eva Kristensson, Lisa Norfall & Victoria Sjöstedt, SOL: Anna Robling, Bodil Dahlman, Petter Åkerblom)

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.

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

Maria Wisselgren
Lecturer at the Department of Urban and Rural Development; Division of Landscape Architecture

Telephone: 671945
E-mail: maria.wisselgren@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. 

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