2019 International Conference on Landscape Ecology and Urban Sustainability (LEUS 2019)
January 12-13, 2019
2019 International Conference on Landscape Ecology and Urban Sustainability-LEUS 2019 takes place in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia on January 12th- 13th, 2019. The international acdemic conference is co-hosted by Hong Kong international academy of engineering technology(IAET) and British ITS Press, which aims to provide a platform for researchers to enhance interactions and cooperation and enable academics and industry practitioners to share excellence, explore the latest development direction of various disciplines and frontier trends of the industry in the context of current landscape ecology, landscape art, urban design, art design and urban sustainability.
LEUS 2019 sincerely invited Professor Wu Xingkuan, chief professor of Wuhan University of Technology, doctoral supervisor, national second-level professor, member of Chinese artists association, researcher of central museum of literature and history, and librarian of literature and history research of hubei provincial people's government as the chairman of the conference, Professor Susu Nousala, Tongji University as vice-chairman of the conference and Doctor Wu Jing, vice-professor as executive chairman. Participated guests included Professor Kim Galindo from Texas A&M University etc.
Meawhile, the conference gathered guests from universities from all over the world, including University of Turin, Texas A&M University, Illinois University of Technology, Wuhan University, Tongji University, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan University of Technology, Southeast University, Beijing University of Technology, South China Agricultural University, Huazhong Agricultural University, Hefei University of Technology and Xihua University.
Title: Mapping and Tracking Hidden Social Systems in Urban Landscape
Professor Susu Nousala proposes to map and track the hidden social systems in the urban landscape - this work is important so that we can better understand the dynamic social systems embedded in the urban landscape that we participate in and that affect our daily lives.Methodology through quality, quantification, and presentation of results;Discuss why it is "belonging";Work development process;Ecosystem of system network construction;The 2019 output project, the pod house project (green laboratories for industrial research connected to the world network), proposes the need to build and develop living ecosystems for long-term industrial and educational outcomes.
Title: Applying Complex Adaptive Systems Theory to Understand Edge-Effect Dynamics on Embedded Social and Physical Systemic Resilience within Megapolitan areas
Dr. Kim Galindo and professor Kim Galindo studied the ontology model construction of adaptive system of urban life complex.This work is based on a method of action research through elastodynamic lenses.The case study was conducted in Xochimilco, a district south of Mexico City, a unique ecosystem that originated in pre-spanish and pre-aztec times.The region is essentially an evolving artificial agricultural/ecological island structure that provides environmental services to the urban areas of Mexico City.As a continuous, living, collective, the community around the city itself is still a continuous process.Thus, it can be considered as a phenomenon that contributes to the understanding of observable elastic elements of life, suburbs, and complex adaptive systems.This action study has a vertical process approach designed to provide the environment and scope necessary to reflect and address the physical and intangible nature of any public, horizontal and multilevel, adaptive, complex and peri-urban ecosystem.
Title: General Problem of Environmental Systems Perception
Jelena Sucic points out that urban people's perception of the system mainly focuses on three aspects: economic system, social system and cultural system.The general problem is that persistent environmental problems and changes cannot be located in any of these three systems.We learn to value our product-related lives and to measure our lives by the amount of possessions and choices we have.These determine our standard of living within the economic, social and cultural system.Previously, we were unaware of the impact of products, properties and choices on our lives;We have paused to reconsider the relationship between our behavioral choices and the state of the environment.
Field investigation and ethnic customs