5 December 2018
Berlin Wall Foundation, Visitor Centre, Bernauer Straße 119, 13355 Berlin (S-Bahn station Nordbahnhof)

17.00    Registration
17.30    Welcome
Prof. Dr. Axel Klausmeier, Director of the Berlin Wall Foundation
Prof. Dr. Maged Negm, President of Helwan University
Prof. Dr. Leo Schmidt, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Head of study programme HCSM
Prof. Dr. Friederike Fless, President DAI, Berlin



6 December 2018
BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Campus Sachsendorf, Lipezker Straße 47, 03048 Cottbus

8.30    Registration
Alexandra Skedzuhn-Safir (BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg)

9.15–10.30    AIMS    Moderator: Hazem Attiatalla (Helwan University)
Benjamin Ducke (DAI Berlin)
Geospatial technologies for heritage management: Mapping as empowerment

Veronica Rosales, Asshlesha Maslekar, Steven Kramm (BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg)
Heritage mapping in the World Heritage List nomination process: A methodology for Kuldīga

Esraa Fathy Alhadad (BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg)
Mapping community culture for developing heritage sites


10.30–11.00    Coffee break

11.00–12.15    APPROACHES    Moderator: Aly Omar (Helwan University)

Constanze Röhl (BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg)
“Suburbia“ revisited. Approaches from contemporary urban geography applied to past agglomerations

Harald Schwarz (Düsseldorf, Germany)
Mapping Düsseldorf gaslight in OpenStreetMap

I-Wei Wu (University of Applied Arts Dessau, Germany)
Community asset mapping as a mode of heritage preservation: Local initiatives in Ga-lah-a settlement, Taipei

Wong Chee Meng (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Mapping intangible heritage to empower a diverse society: Redefining ‘Chinatown’ in postcolonial Singapore


12.15–13.30    Lunch break

13.30–14.45    OBJECTS OF MAPPING    Moderator: Constanze Röhl (BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg)

Jurek Elżanowsk, Carmen Enss (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada; Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Germany)
Cartographies of catastrophe: Mapping World War II destruction in Germany and Poland

Andrea Dutto (Politecnico Torino, Italy)
Mapping oriented to architectural design for the modern urban heritage

Kamel Hanane (University of Biskra, Algeria)
Bordj Bou Arreridj (Algeria): The use of mapping for the analysis of the past, present and future of colonial urban cores

Tsai Shan-ti (University of Applied Arts Anhalt, Germany)
Re-live or lost life: Mapping the influence of a regeneration plan for a historic district


14.45–15.15    Coffee break and poster session

15.15–16.30    SCALE    Moderator: Hosam Refai (Helwan University)

Ona Vileikis Tamayo (Leuven University, Belgium)
Get mapping! A first step in understanding cultural heritage: Experiences along the Silk Roads

Riham Arram (Cairo Heritage Preservation, Cairo governor's office, Egypt)
Participatory mapping for Historic Cairo: A World Heritage Site documentation approach

Aine Ryan, Emily Bereskin, Vittoria Capresi (TU Berlin)
Mapping landscapes between the formal and the political: Rural landscapes in the German Democratic Republic and Facist Italy.
Adam Nadolny (Poznan University of Technology, Poland)
Mapping modern architecture of the 1960s in film as an element of heritage protection in Poland


16.30–16.45    Coffee break

16.45–18.00    MAPS AND ART    Moderator: Peter Schneider (BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg)

Hans Hack (Berlin)
Experience of map making
Arthur Crucq (Leiden University, Netherlands)
A perspective on maps as cognitive heritage

Jully Acuña Suárez, Marcelo Marques Miranda (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Putting indigenous heritage on the map: A countermapping experience with the Camëntsá people
Joe Duffy (Manchester School of Arts, UK)


18.30    Reception

Programme as a pdf file