Lectures.

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Sep 2013
As one of the speakers at the Delta Programme 2013 conference at the Wageningen University, Anne Loes Nillesen delivered a lecture with the title ‘Reseach by design as a planning method for multi layered...

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9
Sep 2013
Anne Loes Nillesen gave the opening lecture for the newly established Erasmus University College, in Rotterdam (NL). In her lecture, Anne Loes focused on the relation between the Port of Rotterdam (including it’s economy...

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20
Aug 2013
During the seminar on strategies for flood risk protection in the Houston Texas, Anne Loes Nillesen delivered a lecture on Regional Delta design. During the same event, Robert de Kort gave a lecture on...

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21
May 2013
A debate was organised to conclude the Atelier Kustkwaliteit. The debate concentrated on the role of interdisciplinary cooperation and research by design in the Delta Programme. Anne Loes Nillesen gave a lecture on research...

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5
Aug 2012
During her visit to China, Anne Loes Nillesen gave a lecture on land reclammation at the ‘International Symposium on Coastal Tidal Flat resources Development and Safety’ in Nanjing.

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14
Jun 2012
During the ‘RO café’, a lecture series organised by the municipality of Rotterdam, Anne Loes presented a lecture on how temporary urban functions can contribute to organic city growth.

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6
Jun 2012
On June 6, 2012, Anne Loes will provide a lecture at the Strelka Institute for Media Architecture and Design in Moskow. This lecture, titled ‘water and public space’ is focused on the usage of...

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Sep 2011
On the 30th of September ‘Atelier Overijssel’ organized a lecture on the theme of temporary urban functions in Deventer’s Theatre. Anne Loes Nillesen delivered a lecture on the matter and provided some inspiring examples...

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8
May 2009
A series of lectures was given at several high schools. Topic was the turmoil related to flood risk. What exactly is going on? Should we be concerned? What to do when water levels rise?...

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