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seta fumihiko (curatore); sen joy (curatore); biswas arindam (curatore); khare ajay (curatore) - from poverty, inequality to smart city

From Poverty, Inequality to Smart City Proceedings of the National Conference on Sustainable Built Environment 2015

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 07/2018
Edizione: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017


This book is a comprehensive document visualizing the future of built environment from a multidisciplinary dimension, with special emphasis on the Indian scenario. The multidisciplinary focus would be helpful for the readers to cross-refer and understand others' perspectives. The text also includes case studies substantiating theoretical research. This method of composition helps the book to maintain rational balance among theory, research and its contextual application. The book comprises selected papers from the National Conference on Sustainable Built Environment. The chapters provide varied viewpoints on the core issues of urbanization and planning, especially in the economically diverse Indian market. This compilation would be of interest to students, researchers, professionals and policy makers.


PART 1: Poverty, Inequality and urban infrastructure.- Municipal Solid Waste Management: A Paradigm to Smart Cities.- Urban Poverty: Trends, Assessment and Inclusive Planning as a Solution.- Influence of Changing Real Estate Scenarios on Affordable Housing in India.- Market Situation of Unauthorized Colonies in East Delhi: A Case Study of Guru Ram Dass Nagar.- PART 2: Smart city and Eco-city.- Smart Concepts for Integrated Rurban Development of Historical Towns in India: Case of Panipat, Haryana.- Analysis of Major Parameters of Smart Cities and their Suitability in Indian Context.- Re-defining and Exploring the Smart-City Concept in Indian Perspective: Case study of Varanasi.- Smart Cities and Disaster.- Indian smart cities and their financing: A First Look.- Evaluating the Effect of Building Envelope on Thermal Performance of Houses in Lower Himachal Pradesh.- Eco City or Environmentally Sustainable Villages.- Potential of Energy Saving at the City Level through Energy Efficient Buildings: A Study in the Context of Ahmedabad City.


Dr. Fumihiko Seta is currently an Associate Professor of the Department of Urban Engineering (DUE), Faculty of Engineering at the University of Tokyo. He was born in 1972 in Tokyo, graduated the University of Tokyo in 1995, worked at the University of Tokyo from 1998 to 2005 and Osaka City University from 2005 to 2012. His major is urban planning and regional development.

Professor (Dr.) Joy Sen is Head of RCG School of Infrastructure and Design, IIT Kharagpur. His areas of research are Community & Regional Planning Analyses & Programming, and Architecture and Planning.  He holds a Ph.D from IIT Kharagpur and a Master’s from Iowa State University. He is currently involved in SandHI project sponsored by MHRD. He is a reviewer of the Journal of Architecture and Associate Editor of CSVTU Journal. He has authored five books on Indian Heritage and Iconographic Documentation.

Dr. Arindam Biswas is Assistant Professor at Department of Architecture and Planning. He holds aDoctorate in Urban Planning from the University of Tokyo. He is the recipient of the DAAD Fellowship and the MEXT Scholarship. His research specializations are on urban & regional planning, inclusive growth, urban policy and governance, resilience and futuristic city planning. He is presently serving as a reviewer for Development in Practice, World Development, and the Journal of Architectural Engineering (ASCE).

Professor (Dr.) Ajay Khare, Founder-Director of School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal, is a Fulbright Fellow and Charles Wallace Fellow. He was the first Indian recipient of Berkeley Teaching Fellowship. Professor Khare served as a member of Planning Commission working group on Technical education for 12th plan of India. He is a member of National Executive Committee of International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS India).

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Springer Transactions in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:XII, 181 p. 91 illus., 46 illus. in color.
Pagine Arabe: 181
Pagine Romane: xii

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