Announcing the 2014 YA best paper prize winners

Announcing the 2014 YA best paper prize winners image
We are back from a dense and exciting week in Utrecht. There, during our General Assembly, we have announced the winners of our Best Paper prize. The winner paper will be published on the Journal of Urban Design and Planning (proceedings of the ICE).
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.