2nd Regional Conference of the Cyprus Network of Urban Morphology

Transformation and Conservation of Urban Form in South-Eastern Mediterranean Cities

The Cyprus Network for Urban Morphology will host its second regional conference at the Eastern Mediterranean University in Famagusta (online), 7th-9th April 2022.

CyNUM 2022 DAY 1
Time: Apr 7, 2022 09:00 AM Athens
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Meeting ID: 868 8559 3580
Passcode: 760777


CyNUM 2022 DAY 2
Time: Apr 8, 2022 09:00 AM Athens
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Meeting ID: 834 1695 8324
Passcode: 612222



The conference aims to address current issues related to urban form, from an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspective, focusing on the main themes of “transformation” and “conservation” while engaging a variety of actors and stakeholders. Topics include:
– Transformation of urban form
– Sustainability of urban form
– Architecture, heritage and urban form
– Conservation of urban landscape
– Morphology of historic urban landscapes
– Current tools and methodologies in urban morphology
– Urban morphology and contested spaces
– Public space network

Important Dates

Call for papers 15th July 2021
NEW! Abstract submissions deadline 15th November 2021
NEW! Acceptance notification 7th January 2022
NEW! Early-Bird Authors’ registration and payment 31st January 2022
NEW! Participants’ registration and payment 1st April 2022
Conference 7th-9th April 2022
Full paper submission 15th May 2022
Publiation of proceedings TBA


The CyNUM conference will take place at Famagusta Culture and Congress Center. The conference will combine the keynote speeches, the contributions to the call for papers in parallel sessions, thematic panels and workshops, roundtable discussions and field visits.  The thematic panels and workshops and the roundtable discussions will provide the opportunity for participants to discuss, exchange views, and propose ideas in relation to traditional vs. contemporary urban form and public space concerns. A concluding roundtable discussion will consolidate the ideas, concerns and recommendations presented during the meeting, and set the basis for further practical and theoretical explorations.