Maria Alina Radulescu, RECOMS fellow, attended the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) Annual Congress that took place in Venice between 9-13 July 2019 and presented her research about living labs and co-creation in relation to major infrastructure planning.
Maria Alina Radulescu attended in mid-July the 2019 edition of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) Annual Congress that took place in Venice, Italy under the theme “Planning for Transition”.
This was the first international conference that Maria attended since the start of her PhD as a RECOMS Early Stage Researcher. In her new blog post, Maria tells us about how she experienced her first participation as a presenter in an international academic conference and how she felt about preparing and delivering her presentations. Also, she shares a couple of tips for preparing yourself for a conference.
You can read her full post here.