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Tomaž Pipan is an academic and a researcher. He is active through participations on international conferences and through publishing articles. Tomaz’s research focuses on the meaning of technology in the contemporary city and how the city is shaped through the use of this technology. His doctoral thesis "Capacity of Industry for Civic Culture" is an in-depth study of industrial models of urbanization. His work into participatory urban planning is a continuation of this research in practice.
New Models of City Life: Creating New Value Models of Cities Through Culture of Making
as author at Future Architecture Matchmaking Conference, Ljubljana 2016,
Blind date on abandoned pits in Ljubljana
as panelist at MAO Blind Date “Urban Realities”, Ljubljana 2015,
together with: Giulia Carabelli (panelist), Georg Hubmann (panelist), Ursula Dimitriou (panelist), Jason Hilgefort (panelist), Boštjan Bugarič (panelist), Bahanur Nasya (moderator),