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Arch. Gulbahar Emir Isik, MSc.

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Marji, N. ed. - Kohout, M. ed. - Chen, L. ed. - Ravi Kumar, A. ed., - Emir Isik, G. ed.
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Prague, 2023-06-01. Praha: Czech Technical University in Prague, 2024. vol. 46. ISBN 978-80-01-07276-9.
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2024
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Sborník
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Marji, N. - Kohout, M. - Chen, L. - Ravi Kumar, A., - Emir Isik, G.
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In: Acta Polytechnica CTU Proceedings. Praha: Czech Technical University in Prague, 2024. p. 85-93. ISSN 2336-5382. ISBN 978-80-01-07276-9.
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2024
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Smart cities continue to be discussed throughout Europe as a result of the continent’s rising urbanization and the need for sustainable development. Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to significantly promote this shift by assisting cities in becoming more effective, sustainable, and receptive to the requirements of their residents. The goal of this study is to examine the potential and difficulties of AI in urban development and present a framework for incorporating AI into city planning and management in European cities. This is done by analyzing case study examples from European cities and examining primary and secondary data sources, with the aim of providing a comprehensive framework for the sustainable integration of AI systems. This study presents a set of ethical and inclusive AI criteria, such as transparency, inclusion, and accountability, to enable responsible AI research and implementation. It continues by emphasizing the need for efficient AI integration in smart cities and pushing for a holistic AI-enabled transition to inclusive and sustainable smart cities.
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Chen, L. - Marji, N. - Emir Isik, G., - Ravi Kumar, A.
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In: Transforming the City: Inquiries on Wellbeing in the Urban Habitat. Vernon Press, 2024.
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2024
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According to United Nations statistics for 2019, the number of people aged 65 or over is projected to reach 1.5 billion by 2050. The global trend of population ageing will place pressure on countries in terms of infrastructure, social security, health care, public policy, and innovation in mindsets. Simultaneously, the development of digital technology has led to a variety of lifestyles and cognitive transformations that are not as widespread among the older population. In these challenging times, the need to reduce the gap between older adults and digital technology has become a crucial social issue, and Social Innovation, as the vital opportunity to solve intractable social problems, needs to be leveraged to address broader issues. This paper explores new approaches to social innovation in the digital technology age, based on the context of age-friendly community transitions. Through an analysis of digital practices in ageing communities, a process framework is proposed that provides a pathway for communities to become age-friendly and liveable, and enhance the quality of life of older residents, enabling them to become more involved in community development and resulting in sustainable improvements in their living environment.
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Ravi Kumar, A. - Marji, N. - Emir Isik, G., - Chen, L.
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In: Livable Cities: A Conference on Issues Affecting Life in Cities. AMPS, 2024. p. 216-225. ISSN 2398-9467.
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2024
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In the 1950s and 60s, the Czechoslovak government prioritised heavy industry and energy, relying heavily on brown coal. The largest coal deposits were in the Ore Mountains foothills, and mining was the only activity in these areas, damaging the environment, the built environment, social structures, and public health. Mining was incentivised, increasing the quantity of coal mined and leading to overburdening. In the 1970s, the craze for coal was in full swing as cities were swallowed up one after another. Not even the royal City of Most was spared devastation. Once mining operations were conducted, the historic centre of Most was obliterated to expose over 85 million tons of coal. Soon after, the City of Most was subjected to mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR), but planners envisioned the new city as a model of sustainability. The city shrank, affecting its social and cultural aspects and causing the loss of historical heritage and local communities due to migration and landscape development. Consequently, it led to total ecological destabilisation, elimination of aesthetic values and reduced recreational potential in the City of Most. Therefore, the post-mining city is now called "landscapes without a memory". Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Twin (DT) offer architects and planners new ways to collaborate with stakeholders, users, and other professionals. Immersive experiences have changed how ideas are presented and provide avenues for development. This research proposes a framework for using technology applications as a public participation tool to communicate development ideas and strategies for reclaiming the built environment of the resettled City of Most, Czech Republic, in line with sustainable development.
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Işik, B. - Emir Isik, G., - Žilka, M.
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Procedia Computer Science. 2024, 232(2024), 483-492. ISSN 1877-0509.
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2024
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In industrial environments, maintenance technologies developed under Industry 5.0 are important to ensure trouble-free production and reduce downtime. Compressed Air Systems (CASs) are an integral part of industrial production processes and require competent and correct maintenance. Maintenance personnel should be equipped with continuous and up-to-date training and their knowledge should be tested. There is a significant gap in the field of interactive educational games to improve the technical skills of the care staff, especially in the field of CAS. This research proposes a theoretical framework for a game based on Extended Reality (XR) technologies adapted for CAS maintenance training. The game leverages the trio of Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and Mixed Reality (MR) to provide immersive and interactive learning encounters aimed at improving technical proficiency, problem-solving skills, and safety awareness among maintenance workers. The aim is to take advantage of the rewards of game-oriented learning, such as enhanced user engagement and knowledge absorption, to increase the effectiveness of training. In this context, the CAS game framework was created with three frameworks: education, game, and CAS. The study concludes by highlighting the potential benefits, research areas, and technologies that underpin the proposed structure.
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Ravi Kumar, A. - Marji, N. - Chen, L., - Emir Isik, G.
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In: Acta Polytechnica CTU Proceedings. Praha: Czech Technical University in Prague, 2024. p. 40-46. ISSN 2336-5382. ISBN 978-80-01-07276-9.
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2024
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This article investigates the phenomenon of mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) in post-mining cities, specifically focusing on Most City in the Czech Republic. Post-mining cities often face challenges associated with population decline, ageing infrastructure, and a lack of economic opportunities. To address these challenges, some cities have implemented urban relocation programs to consolidate populations and resources in more sustainable locations. However, the effectiveness of such programs needs to be better understood. This article presents the case study of Most City to explore the dynamics of MIDR of post-mining cities. Drawing on interviews with city officials, residents, and experts, as well as a review of relevant literature, the article identifies the key drivers and challenges of MIDR in the context of Most City. The paper also evaluates the outcomes of the relocation program in terms of social, economic, and environmental sustainability. Ultimately, this article discusses that MIDR can be a viable strategy for post-mining cities, provided that it is implemented in a manner that caters to the specific needs and challenges of each city, with the aid of digital technology, such as artificial intelligence (AI).
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Marji, N. - Kohout, M. - Chen, L. - Ravi Kumar, A., - Emir Isik, G.
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In: New York: Livable Cities: A Conference on Issues Affecting Life in Cities / AMPS Proceedings Series 34.2. AMPS, 2024. p. 200-208. 34. ISSN 2398-9467.
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2024
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The world is currently facing the largest refugee crisis in history, with an estimated 79.5 million forcibly displaced people worldwide. Jordan is one of the countries most affected by the crisis, hosting over 2.8 million registered refugees, the majority of whom live in camps. These camps have traditionally been viewed as temporary solutions to a crisis, providing basic needs such as shelter, food, and water, but lacking in terms of livability. This paper argues that refugee camps in Jordan have the potential to transition into dynamic, adaptable urban ecosystems from temporary shelters while reconsidering the role of refugees in exercising ownership of their spaces.
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Marji, N. ed. - Kohout, M. ed. - Chen, L. ed. - Ravi Kumar, A. ed., - Emir Isik, G. ed.
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New York, 2023-06-14/2023-06-16. AMPS, 2024. 34. ISSN 2398-9467.
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2024
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Sborník
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Chen, L. - Marji, N. - Emir Isik, G. - Ravi Kumar, A. - Kočí, V., - Tichý, D.
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In: Sustainable Transitions in Age-Friendly Communities in Europe: A Participatory Approach. Prague: ACTA Polytechnica CTU, 2024. p. 1-8. vol. 46. ISBN 978-80-01-07276-9.
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2024
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The demand for age-friendly communities that can support the health and well-being of older people is rising as Europe's population ages. Communities are facing transition issues. Transition Design is an emerging design approach that seeks to address complex social and environmental challenges through participatory processes, including re-framing the present and future, designing interventions, and waiting and observing. This article explores the potential of Transition Design to create age-friendly communities in Europe. Drawing on examples from several European countries, it describes the key principles of Transition Design and how they can be applied to the development of age-friendly communities. The article highlights the importance of participatory processes in involving older people and other stakeholders in the design process and discusses the role of technology in creating more accessible and inclusive environments. The article also considers some of the challenges of implementing a transition design approach in a European context. In conclusion, it argues that Transition Design offers a promising framework for creating age-friendly communities that are sustainable, inclusive, and responsive to the needs of older people.
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Marji, N. - Chen, L. - Ravi Kumar, A. - Emir Isik, G., - Kohout, M.
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In: Refugees and Migrants - Current Conditions and Future Trends. Vienna: InTech - Open Access Publisher, 2024. p. 1-20.
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2024
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This chapter critically examines the dynamic nature of refugee camps within Jordan’s unique socio-political context. Focusing on architectural, social, and environmental dimensions, the chapter unveils transitional typologies that challenge conventional ideas of permanence. Architecturally, it explores adaptive design solutions, emphasizing flexibility and sustainability. Socially, it delves into community-led initiatives and participatory planning, highlighting the agency and resilience of displaced populations. Environmentally, the chapter investigates the ecological impact of refugee settlements and advocates for sustainable practices. Through case studies and interdisciplinary analysis, this chapter offers insights into the transitional processes of refugee camps from temporary shelters to long-term dwellings, aiming to inform policymakers, practitioners, and researchers on enhancing the dignity, agency, and sustainability of displaced communities in Jordan and globally.

Za obsah této stránky zodpovídá: doc. Ing. arch. Dana Matějovská, Ph.D.