to the IRPUD website!
IRPUD is a scientific Research Group of the Department of Spatial Planning, which is involved in the initiation and coordination of large interdisciplinary research projects for the Department.
Today, IRPUD's main research focus is on spatial risk and climate impact research. Methodologically, it builds on IRPUD's long-standing expertise in spatial modelling. In risk and climate impact research, the role of spatial planning in risk and climate impact assessment and the development of spatial planning strategies for risk management and adaptation to climate change are investigated.
Kick-off event for the "KRITIS-Dialog" project
Two years after the devastating flood event in July 2021, the KRITIS-Dialog project officially started with a kick-off event on April 17.
ICOLMA - Projectupdate
The research project ICOLMA (Impact of COVID-19 on livelihoods, mobility and accessibility of marginalised groups) examines and compares the impact...
MiTra-WA: Field Work in Sierra Leone Followed up by the Annual Consortium Meeting in Ghana
The MiTra-WA project (Migration and Translocality in West Africa) investigates rural-urban-linkages and (circular) migratory movements along these...
DAZWISCHEN Conference in Düren
The DAZWISCHEN project recently presented results from the past three-year research and development phase at the Haus der Stadt Düren on January 20, 2