Results of the Competition of the Society of Polish Town Planners, Lublin Branch, for the best thesis.
Society of Polish Town Planners Lublin Branchlocation
On March 18, 2022, we learned the results of the first edition of the competition for the best the sis in the field of Urban and Spatial Planning organized by the Lublin branch of the Society of Polish Town Planners.
Bachelor's, engineer's and master's theses defended at any university from the Lubelskie Voivodeship and in any field of study, or at any university outside the Lubelskie Voivodeship in case the subject of the thesis concerned the area, or issues related to the Lubelskie Voivodeship, could be submitted to the competition.
In addition, the subject matter of the submitted work was to be in line with the statutory objectives of the Society of Polish Town Planners, that is, tosupport activities for the spatial management of the country, through the study of issues in the field of: the principles of sustainable development and spatial order, the protection and creation of cultural, natural and landscape values, the problems of development and integration of communities and local communities and the satisfaction of their needs.
Nineteen theses were submitted to the competition, which were shaded in two categories: master's theses, engineering theses and bachelor's theses.
The evaluation was carried out by a jury composed of members of the Lublin branch of TUP, chaired by the branch's president, Dariusz Brzozowski.
Of the submitted theses, three were awarded in each category and one honorable mention was given.
In the category of master's theses , the following awards were given:
- First Prize went to Piotr Kendzierawski of Lublin University of Technology for the project "Revitalization of the modernist housing estate New Town in Chelm. Modular multifamily housing against the background of the proposed urban planning concept," made under the direction of Michal Leszczynski,
- Second Prize was awarded to Monika Ciechmiszczuk of Lublin University of Technology for her work "Revitalization of a fragment of Dolna Panny Marii Street in Lublin", made under the direction of Dr. Marzena Siestrzewitowska,
- Third Prize was awarded to Dorota Kalamucka of Warsaw University of Technology for her thesis "Sacred space as a place of dialogue between Judaism and Christianity," made under the supervision of Dr. Anna Wierzbicka.
In the category of engineering and undergraduate theses , the following awards were given:
- First Prize was awarded to Alicja Grudzień from Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin for her thesis "Evaluation of the quality of public spaces of three housing estates: Przyjaźni, Słowackiego, Willowa. Project for revitalization of the public space of the Słowackiego estate," done under the direction of Artur Myna, PhD,
- Second Prize was awarded to Wojciech Górny of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin for his "Concept for the development of the southern and western parts of Turobin," supervised by Dr. Anna Polska,
- Third Prize was awarded to Martyna Dragan of Lublin University of Technology for her diploma "Development of the Chekhovka River valley in the center of Lublin," made under the supervision of Dr. Hubert Trammer.
An honorable mention went to Klaudia Stępniewska from the Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin for her thesis "Reconstruction of the ramparts of the medieval fortress in Guciów (Central Roztocze) on the basis of LiDAR measurement data," supervised by Dr. Piotr Demczuk.