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Teaching

Graduate Courses

INTEGRATIVE PROJECT: SUSTAINABILITY AND REGENERATION (PÓSARQ / UFSC)
SUSTAINABLE CITIES (PÓSARQ / UFSC)
SUSTAINABLE CITIES RIVERS, STREAMS S AND URBAN STREAMS (PPGECO / UFSC)

The graduate courses deal with this theme in an integrated way, studying how the urban physical space can be positively associated with the dynamics of ecosystems. The courses have a practical character, exploring the feasibility of proposals for the environmental regeneration of the Trindade Campus and its streams. Innovative proposals are explored through the revision of the academic and spatial structure of UFSC, in the search for understanding the patterns of the different existing ecosystems and their insertion in the city. The results aim at the potential to promote positive environmental impacts through the integration between the dynamics of biodiversity in the environment and the different socio-economic-cultural activities of the University and its surroundings. These practical subjects were organized by professors from the Departments of Architecture and Urbanism, Ecology and Zoology and Sanitary and Environmental Engineering and intend to expand the interface of this debate through the participation of students from the largest possible number of graduate programs at UFSC.

José Ripper Kós
Mauricio Mello Petrucio
César Pompêo
Karine Daufenbach

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URBAN ECOSYSTEMS: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE APPLIED TO ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM (PROURB / FAU / UFRJ)

The main objective of the course is to relate the understanding of the phenomena with the built environment design, both on the urban scale and in the building. The knowledge of several environmental phenomena serves as a fundamental basis for asserting aspects that may have (new) critical and practical focus. The introduction of notions of physical, chemical, biological, social, and economic processes should contribute to a more environmentally appropriate practical application in the field of architecture and urban design. Issues related to the optimization of resources are also introduced, as well as aspects related to the sustainability of the built environment.

James Miyamoto
José Ripper Kós