Laboratory of Spatial Planning and Geographic Information Systems
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Research projects  (sub-pages)

ESPON 2013 Project GROSEE / EGRONET - - Emergence of GROwth poles NETwork in South-East of Europe Transnational Project Group (TPG) leaded by University of Bucharest. See in the ESPON website the Reports of the project (Final Report 2014)
ESPON 2013 Project INTERCO (Territorial cohesion indicators and indices) Transnational Project Group (TPG) leaded by University of Geneva (UniGe). see in the ESPON website the Reports of the project (Final Report 2012). NTUA scientific team: Μ. Angelidis (Supervisor), S. Batzikou, Ε. Tsigkas, P. Bazoula, Α. Founda
ESPON 2013 Project Demifer - Demographic and migratory flows affecting European regions and cities TPG leaded by CNR. Author, in collaboration with G. Karka, of the case study report: “Thessalia (Greece): “Challenge of decline” poorly faced by immigration”, September 2010
ESPON 2013 Database  
ESPON 2013 FOCI Future orientations of cities Research project financed by the European Commission and member states in the frame of the European Spatial Planning Observation Network (ESPON_ 2008- ). It is realised by a Transnational Project Group (TPG) including an NTUA workgroup: coordinator and main res.: M. Angelidis, members: G. Karka, K. Santimpantakis, E. Tsigkas, V. Bazoula etc
ESPON 2006 3.2 Spatial sxenarios in relation with the ESDP and Cohesion policy Research project in the frame of ESPON (see previously) 2006-2008 and realised by a TPG. NTUA workgroup: M. Angelidis (coordinator and main researcher), G. Karka, D. Manousaridi K. Santimpantakis.
ESPON 2006 1.1.3 Polycentricity in relation to the enlergement Research project in the frame of ESPON (see previously) 2003-2005 and realised by a TPG. NTUA workgroup: M. Angelidis (coordinator and main researcher), G. Karka etc
ESPON 2006 1.1.1 Polycentric potentials Research project in the frame of ESPON (see previously) 2002-2005 and realised by a TPG. NTUA workgroup: M. Angelidis (coordinator and main researcher), G. Karka etc
Integrated Development Operational Plan for the Prefecture of Athens Research programme financed by the Prefecture of Athens στο Ε.Μ. Πολυτεχνείο και το Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλίας (2005-2007). Προϋπ.: 150.000 Ευρώ. Eπιστημονικός υπεύθυνος της Ομάδας Έρευνας Ε.Μ. Πολυτεχνείου και συντονιστής του συνόλου του προγράμματος: Μ. Αγγελίδης
Selected research projects until 2004 - 1st part • NTUA and University of Thessaly (UT) workgroup, Integrated Development Operational Plan for the Prefecture of Athens (2005-2007), Research program financed by the Prefecture of Athens. Final report: about 600 p., Athens, 2007. • NTUA Workgroup, “Spatial Development Strategic Plan of Attica Metropolitan Region” (2000-2002), Research financed by the Organisation of Planning of Athens and published by NTUA. • NTUA Workgroup, “Analysis of the prospects of the municipality of Amaroussion on the horizon of 2000 +” (2000-2002). Research financed by the Municipality of Amaroussion. • The centres of Attica - Actualisation of the Athens Master Plan: Examination of the spatial structure of the supralocal centres’ network and the spatial planning sub-sections of Attica, as well as their centres in relation to the network of the central activities ".(1997-1998). • The network of central activities of Athens. Changes in service activities and communica-tions in the Greek Capital during the last 30 years” (1997-1998) • Strategic action plan for the development of small and medium- sized cities and of the surrounding countryside, particularly in islands (2000-2001). Research financed by the Greek Ministry of ESPPW. • The National Urban Network: Existing condition, policy recommendations and spatial plan-ning" (1996 – 1998). Research program financed by the Greek Ministry of ESPPW. Final Report: more than 400 p., Athens, 1998. • Development of Elliniko Airport [Note].: Τhere are also reported certain research projects that were worked out in the frame of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning by M. Angelidis as well as of collaborators that are today members of the Laboratory.