Announcing the 2014 YA best paper prize winners
The Coordination Team has also decided to give a special mention to a short paper, for its clarity and quality.
First place and BPP winner:
Ioanna KATAPIDI for the paper entitled "Perceiving Heritage: The case of Greek Traditional Settlements"
First runner up:
Dana, SHEVAH for the paper entitled "Planning and Community in a Complex/Involved/Tangled Space"
Second runner up:
Daniel DURRANT for the paper entitled "‘Why does it have to go so bloody fast?’ Speed as a problematic feature of High Speed Rail."
Short paper mention
Sahar KHOSHNOOD entitled "A Discussion on the Share of Intangible Qualities in City's Transformation" was incredibly interesting and deserves a "special mention" as a valuable contribution.