Scientific Methods Applied to Planning
May 19 – 22, 1967
38 participants from 10 countries (1 participant from outside Europe)


  • “Editorial Comment: a New Outlook for Planning Education”, John L. Taylor, United Kingdom
  • “Some Aspects of Scientific Thinking applied to Planning”,Georg Wagner, Alfred Kohlbacher and Kurt Leitner, Austria


  • “On the Use of Models as New Tools for Planning”,
    Lina Marsoni, Italy


  • “Interdisciplinary Collaboration and the Use of Data-Processing Systems: some Objections”, Gerhard Meighörner, Federal Republic of Germany


  • The Interrelationship of Physical and Social Space”,
    Zdravdo Mlinar, Yugoslavia


  • “A Land-Use Forecasting Model for the Central City of Zürich: A Progress Report”, Uwe Wullkopf, Switzerland


  • “Notes on the Zagreb Transportation Study”, Zorislav Percovic, Yugoslavia


  • “An Introduction to Operational Gaming Procedures in Planning Education”, John L. Taylor and Richard N. Maddison, United Kingdom


  • “Education for Planning in Switzerland”, Martin Geiger, Switzerland


  • “American-Yugoslav Project in Regional and Urban Planning Studies”, Reid T. Reynolds, United States of America


  • “From Planning Techniques to a Theory of Planning”, Maurice Broady, United Kingdom