Urrlab at the 2020 Annual Conference of the Czech Geographical Society

Last week, one of the few conferences of this year took place, the Annual Conference of the Czech Geographical Society on the topic of Geography for Sustainable Development of Cities and Regions. The plenary lecture included a paper by Martin Ouředníček, Jiří Nemeškal and Lucie Pospíšilová: Delimitation of metropolitan areas and agglomerations of statutory cities in the Czechia, which was followed by a panel discussion with representatives of the Ministry of Regional Development. The conference in Pilsen was attended also by other team members with interesting papers, and others had an author's contribution to the papers:
  • Adam Klsák: Transformations of "Russian" Karlovy Vary: Five years since the annexation of Crimea
  • Adela Petrović: Gated Communities in Prague Urban Region: Location and Positionality on different Scale
  • Martin Šimon, Ivana Křížková, Adam Klsák, Yana Leontiyeva, Renáta Mikešová: Migrants in selected cities in Czechia 2008–2015: Analysis of changes in spatial distribution using a population grid
  • Robert Osman, Zuzana Kopecká, Veronika Kotýnková: Time disadvantage: when the body does not meet the standards of time

Pilsen from aboveInterior designed by Adolf Loos