|Avdeling/enhet||Det teknisk- naturvitenskapelige fakultet|
|Institutt/senter||Institutt for industriell økonomi, risikostyring og planlegging|
|Tlf priv/mob||92506115. Kontor KE D-432|
-Architect MNAL ( Polytechnic University of Valencia)
-Master in Urban Design ( Universitetet i Stavanger)
PhD research Study: Residential conditions for immigrant population
The arrival of large immigrant populations affects the
social as well as the urban structure of the host cities. Immigrants with
similar ethnic and social background often occupy segregated areas in host
cities, where residential conditions are systematically different from other
areas. Residential conditions consist of citywide aspects (spatial
distribution, transportation network), neighbourhood facilities (public space,
amenities) housing standards (size, occupation, facilities).
Specific demographic profiles of immigrants can be identified (country of origin, age, employment status, economic status, religion, economic situation or length of stay in the host area) in order to explore specific residential conditions in the Case Study cities. In this study the level of spatial integration or segregation is of particular interest.
Some of these parameters are illustrated by examples from Oslo and Stavanger.
Migration has long been an important topic in European countries. In Norway, particularly work immigration has played an important role. There seems to be a reciprocal relationship between immigration, spatial structures and residential conditions in the host city and spatial segregation/integration.
This PhD research study explores the mechanisms of immigration as well as residential conditions that meet immigrants in the host cities.
It is further of interest if there are certain spatial or social conditions that can contribute to a better spatial integration of immigration population into the host city.
A. L. Alvarez, D. Müller-Eie (2017) Residential conditions for immigrant population. Article accepted, Wessex Institute
"Residential conditions for immigrant population"
-Architect at OH-Architecture
Participation and collaboration with OH-Arkitektur, urban design office in Stavanger, Norway as Ana Llopis Alvarez Mnal. Participation in several contests, different scales (taking place in Sweden, Norway and Denmark) as well as different projects in the area of Rogaland (extensions of existing houses, new housing projects, urban design projects) Fields: architecture and urban design.
-Part time teacher, UiS
Tutoring students in the field of urban design, leading their projects and evaluating them.
-International Workshop in Wroclaw
Participation with professional and students from Poland, Island and Norway in a workshop related to architecture and urban design in the city of Wroclaw.
-International Workshop: Cultural Layers
Participation with UPV (Polytechnic University of Valencia), with UiS (University of Stavanger) and YTU (Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul) Summer workshop urbanism project during three consecutive years. (3rd Award-1st award-2nd award)
- Alvarez, Ana LLopis; Müller-Eie, Daniela (2018). Residential Conditions For Immigrant Population. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning. ISSN 1743-7601. Volum 13. Hefte 2. s. 268-280. DOI: 10.2495/SDP-V13-N2-268-280.
- Llopis Alvarez, Ana; Müller-Eie, Daniela (2017). Quality Of Urban Life And Its Relationship To Spatial Conditions. Wit Transactions on Ecology and The Environment. ISSN 1743-3541. Volum 223. s. 285-296. DOI: 10.2495/SC170251.
- Alvarez, Ana LLopis; Müller-Eie, Daniela (2017). Quality of urban life and its relationship to spatial conditions. Wessex Institute; 2017-09-18 - 2017-09-20.