University of Iceland – EURA

University of Iceland


EURA 2023 – Call for panel submission

EURA 2023 Conference call for panels! Deadline: 5 December 2022 EURA 2023! 22–24 June 2023. Reykjavík, Iceland. University of Iceland
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EURA 2023 – Panel submission deadline extension

EURA 2023 Conference ALERT. New panel submission deadline: 12 December 2022. Authors are invited to submit Open or Closed panels. Panels should include a title of panel and a description of 350- 450 words. Panels may have 1-3 chairs...


EURA 2023 – Call for abstracts submission

EURA 2023 Conference call for abstracts is now open! Deadline: 25 January 2023 1 February 2023. The abstract must contain original research work and should be limited to a max. 300 words, outline the main scope of the contribution, methodological/conceptual approaches, and its relevance to the track themes and the core topics of the conference...

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EURA 2023 – Registration is now open

EURA 2023 Conference registration is now open! Early bird fee until 1 March and late registration closes 1 May. EURA and UAA members have access to reduced fees. PhD students enjoy a special fee. The fee covers: Coffee breaks and lunches during the conference, Opening Event and Social Dinner and Book of Abstracts. Mobile workshops participation...

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EURA 2023 – Abstract submission deadline extension

EURA 2023 Conference ALERT. New abstract submission deadline: 1 February 2023. The abstract must contain original research work and should be limited to a max. 300 words. The submitted abstract must contain original research work conducted by the author(s); it should clearly outline the main argument, scope(s) of the contribution, methodological...


EURA 2023 – Early-bird registration deadline approaching

EURA 2023 Conference ALERT. Early bird registration deadline: 1 March 2023 8 March 2023 (23:59 GMT). Late registration Closes 1 May 2023. Cancellation made before 1 May 2023, will be charged a service fee of 80 € and cancellations made after are not eligible for refund...


EURA 2023 – Early-bird registration EXTENSION

EURA 2023 Conference ALERT. New early bird registration deadline: 8 March 2023 (23:59 GMT). Due to a high number of request, the deadline was extended. Don't miss this opportunity to register at early bird fee.


EURA 2023 – Keynote speaker: Tina Saaby

EURA 2023 keynote speaker: Tina Saaby. Title of the talk: "To shape cities for and with people". Tina Saaby is the Director of The Danish Town Planning Institute and the previous city architect of Gladsaxe Municipality and former city architect of Copenhagen Municipality


EURA 2023 – Keynote speaker: Matthew Carmona

EURA 2023 keynote speaker: Matthew Carmona. Title of the talk: "Urban design governance and the softest of soft powers". Matthew Carmona is Professor of Planning and Urban Design at The Bartlett, UCL


EURA 2023 – Late registration is closing soon

EURA 2023 late registration deadline is approaching: 1st May 2023. This is also the last day of refunds for cancellation. If for any reason you have already decided that you are not attending the conference and would like to withdraw your abstract, please let us know as this will help us speed up the organization of panels.


EURA 2023 – Deadline for paper submission

EURA 2023 deadline for paper submission is approaching: 1st June 2023. Paper submission is optional and only for those who want to apply for the "Best Paper" or "Emerging Scholar" awards. More information about the prizes and the conference: EURA 2023 website


EURA 2023 – Final countdown!

The countdown is on to the start of EURA 2023 conference! The final timetable of the parallel sessions will be announced after 1 June. If you wish to make any changes, please get in contact with the organisers before that date. Registration to the walkshops will open soon. For more detailed information: EURA 2023 website


EURA 2023 – Mobile workshops themes

As usually happens in EURA conferences, during the first day of EURA 2023 (Thursday afternoon, 22 June), all attendees will have the chance to establish direct contact with some of the interesting urban challenges taking place in Reykjavík. The local organising team has come up with twelve mobile workshop which participants may choose from. Stay alert for the workshop registration dates and for more detailed information: EURA 2023 website


#54 The City of Reykjavík as an urban development toolbox: a glance at EURA2023

This EURA conversation reflects on the upcoming annual EURA conference to be held in Reykjavík, Iceland. The title of the conference is “the European city: A practice of resilience in the face of an uncertain future”. The conference will take place during ...

EURA 2023 – A glance at the event

EURA 2023, a glance at the event in the words of the event chair Eva Marín Hlynsdóttir. With less than a month to go before the start of EURA annual conference, we invite you to read the EURA Conversation blogpost dedicated to the event.


EURA 2023 – Best Paper Award

The paper titled "The Effect of Tourism Activity on Housing Affordability" by Josip Mikulić, Maruška Vizek, Nebojša Stojčić, James E. Payne, Anita Čeh Časni & Tajana Barbić, won the EURA 2023 Best Conference Paper Award. Congratulations once again to the winners and Thank you to those who submitted papers.

Winner of the EURA 2023 Emerging Scholar Award during the ceremony

EURA 2023 – Emerging Scholar Award

The paper titled "Assessing Children’s Perception of Public Space Adjacent to Schools in Lombardy, Italy" by Dafni Riga & Federica Bianchi (Politecnico di Milano, Italy) won the EURA 2023 Emerging Scholar Award. Congratulations once again to the winners and Thank you to all PhD and emerging Researchers who submitted papers.


EURA 2023 – Acknowledgment

EURA would like to thank the University of Iceland and the Reykjavík City for organising and sponsoring the annual EURA conference. Special thanks goes to the Chair of the conference Prof. Eva Marín Hlynsdóttir, the organizing committee and the whole Reykavík team. Our special word of gratitude goes to the two key note speakers, to all staff involved in the organisation of the Mobile Workshops, as well as all panelists, track chairs and discussants.