Others

Consultancy reports

  • Sandoval, V. (March, 2017), ‘Statistical analysis of data collected by the University of Vanderbilt in 2014 on Disaster Risk Reduction Attitudes in the Americas – LAPOP’, for the Extreme Event Institute at the Florida International University (USAID Funded project ‘The Disaster Resilience and Climate in the Americas Program’), pp. 1-45.
  • Sandoval, V. (June, 2017), ‘Report No.1 – Data gathering and analysis for urban informal sector and informal settlements at global and regional levels’, for the Extreme Event Institute at the Florida International University (USAID Funded project ‘The Disaster Resilience and Climate in the Americas Program’), pp. 1-20.
  • Sandoval, V. (June, 2017), ‘Report No.2 – Analysis Habitat III Issue Papers: #14 Informal Sector and #22 Informal Settlement’, for the Extreme Event Institute at the Florida International University (USAID Funded project ‘The Disaster Resilience and Climate in the Americas Program’), pp. 1-12.
  • Sandoval, V. (June, 2017), ‘Report No.3 – Data gathering and analysis about urban informality in the Latin American and Caribbean region’, for the Extreme Event Institute at the Florida International University (USAID Funded project ‘The Disaster Resilience and Climate in the Americas Program’), pp. 1-35.

Essays  y manuscripts for “Edición D”

  • Sandoval, V. (2004), ‘Projecting and producing: An idea about technical knowledge and design’, Edición D, working paper No. 002, p. 2-3. See document in PDF format» (Spanish only)
  • Sandoval, V. (2004), ‘Urban Panopticsm: Cameras phenomena in the public spaces’, Edición D, working paper No. 004, p. 3-4. See document in PDF format» (Spanish only)
  • Sandoval, V. (2005), ‘Systemic Thinking in Design: Problems find us but the problems are the solution’, Edición D, working paper No. 006, p. 2-3. See document in PDF format» (Spanish only)

Essays for the Master (MSc.) Program in Urban Management at TU-Berlin

  • Sandoval, V. (2010), ‘Comparative Approaches of Planning Theory in Urban Development: The case of the Inter-American Development Bank’, Urban Management Studies, working paper No. 04, p. 1-14.
  • Sandoval, V. (2009), ‘The Effects of Globalization on Reterritorialization and Re-scaling of Cities and States: The Case of La Araucania Region’, Urban Management Studies, working paper No. 03, p. 1-8.
  • Sandoval, V. (2009), ‘Building a City Profile of Temuco: Characteristics and Challenges’, Urban Management Studies, working paper No. 02, p. 1-8.
  • Kim-Soo, H. and Sandoval, V. (2009), ‘Housing Policies in Korea: Strategies and Challenges’, Urban Management Studies, working paper No. 01, p. 1-3.

Theses:

  • Sandoval, V. (2017) The Progression of Vulnerability: A multi-scalar perspective on disasters, the case of Chaitén, Chile, Thesis (PhD), University College London. See abstract PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. (2011) Globalisation and reterritorialisation in Practice : The territorial reconfiguration of Bilbao in Spain, Thesis (MSc.), Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.  See abstract PDF»
  • Sandoval, V. (2007) Diseño de material intercultural para desarrollar mejores hábitos alimenticios, Thesis (Diploma/B.A.), Universidad Católica de Temuco, Chile.
  • Guerrero V., A., Nahuelpan B., A. and Sandoval, V. (2005) Talleres Participativos para la Construcción de Espacios Multi-culturales en el Contexto Universitario, Thesis (Postgraduate), Universidad Católica de Temuco, Chile. See front cover and TOC in PDF» (in Spanish only)

Courses, seminar, workshops, webinars and conference attendances:

  • SDG Academy & Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS): ‘Sustainable Cities’ by Aromar Revi, Susan Parnell, David Satterthwaite, Allan Lavell, Gautam Bhan, among others. 15th November 2016 – 1st March 2017 [Course]. https://goo.gl/YPZPS0
  • GSDRC –IDD/IDS/HCRI/ODI/: “Urban Governance” by Dr Robert Muggah (Igarapé Institute), Dr Jaideep Gupte (IDS), and Dr William Avis, London, UK, 13th July 2016 [Webinar].
  • Hyperion Ltd. and Freie Universität Berlin: How to Write a Competitive Proposal for Horizon 2020 by Dr. Sean McCarthy, Berlin, 11 May 2016. [Course].
  • International Public Safety Association IPSA: The Voice of Hope: The Critical Role of 911 Call Takers/Dispatchers, Phoenix, USA, 15 April 2016. [Webinar].
  • UCL Anthropology: Why We Post: the Anthropology of Social Media – Uses of social media around the world and its consequences for politics, relationships and everyday life, London, UK, 29 February- 5 April 2016. [Course].
  • MICIC Secretariat International Organization for Migration IOM: Integrating Migrants in Disaster Risk Reduction – practice and innovations, Geneva, Switzerland, 25 February 2016. [Webinar].
  • Everbridge:  The Zika Virus: An Emergency Management Panel, Washington, USA, 24 February 2016. [Webinar].
  • Vulnerabilidades ante Desastres Socionaturales (2016), Centro de Investigación Vulnerabilidades y Desastres Socionaturales (CIVDES), Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Diciembre 2015 – Enero 2016. [Course].
  • Everbridge – Training Exercises: Continuity Planning and Mitigating the Impact of Cyber Attacks and Breaches by Regina Phelps (EMSS), Washington, USA, 18 August 2015. [Webinar].
  • Workshop on Restructuration of Space at Institut für Soziologie, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, 26-27 June 2014. [Workshop].
  • Panel Discussion on Disability and Disaster at the UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction, London, 12th March 2014. [Seminar].
  • DAAD Alumni Summer School 2013: Coping with Disasters and Climate Extremes by Köln University of Applied Sciences and United Nations University, Bonn, 4-8 November 2013. [Course].
  • Everbridge: Resiliency of Society: How Critical Communications Guide Citizen Response in a Crisis by Dr. Robert Chandler, Washington, USA, 28 August 2013. [Webinar].
  • PerTrac Webinar: Understanding Portfolio Risk for Institutional Investors – Advanced Risk Analysis (2013) by eVestment, Marietta, GA, USA, 13 August 2013. [Webinar]. Available: link» [accessed 23 August 2013].
  • 1st International Seminar of the Research Centre for Vulnerability and Socio-natural Disaster (CIVDES) Universidad de Chile (2013) by CIVDES, Santiago de Chile 25-25 April 2013. [Seminar]. Available: link» [accessed 12 Jul 2013]. PDF»
  • 1st Urban Change in Iran Conference (2012) by University College London, London 8-9 November 2012. [Conference]. Available: link» [accessed 14 Nov 2012]. PDF»
  • 6th Encuentros Conference – Paris 2012: Knowledge for Economic and Social Development (2012) by Red Encuentros, Paris, France, 4-6 July 2012. [Conference]. Available: http://www.encuentros2012.org/  [accessed 14 Nov 2012]. PDF»
  • 2nd Annual Conference (2012) by UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction IRDR, London, UK, 21th June 2012. [Conference].
  • Cities in Transition (2012) by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Eschborn 5-6 June 2012. [Webinar]. Available: link» [accessed 06 June 2012].
  • Building Disaster Resilient Cities (2012) by International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction CIB and United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction UNISDR, London 29 May – 01 June 2012. [Webinar]. Available: link» [accessed 05 Jun 2012].
  • Windsor Workshop : Case Study : “The Ilusu Dam; Negotiating The Future Of Hasankeyf And The Tigris River Valley In Southeastern Anatolia” (2011) by Development Planning Unit at University College London, London and Windsor 27 Oct-03 Nov. 2011. [Workshop]. Available: link» [accessed 03 Nov 2011].
  • International Summer School on Sustainable Cities (2011) by Technische Universität Berlin and Siemens AG Center of Knowledge Interchange–CKI, Berlin 8-9 Sep. 2011. [Course]. Available: link» [accessed 20 Oct 2011]. Alternative link» or PDF»
  • IV Seminario Internacional de Ordenación del Territorio (2011) by Laboratorio de Planificación Territorial at Universidad Católica de Temuco, Chile, 12th May. 2011. [Seminar].
  • Teaching and Researching at Pontifice Universidad Católica de Chile and the School of Architecture, TUB-PUC Cooperation project (2009) by Faculty of Architecture at Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin Jul. 2009. [Seminar].
  • Markets, Merchants and Megacities : Street Vending in Socio-Historical Context (2009) by Center of Metropolitan Studies at Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin May. 2009. [Seminar]. Available: http://www.openair.org/node/680 [accessed 20 Oct 2011].
  • Redefining the Urban – Studies on Cities and Regions (2009) by Faculty of Planing-Building-Environment at Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin May. 2009. [Seminar].
  • Seminario Desarrollo Regional: Una mirada desde la Planificación y Gestión territorial (2008) by Laboratorio de Planificación Territorial at Universidad Católica de Temuco, Temuco Jun. 2008. [Seminar].
  • Diseño Participativo y Uso del Espacio Público (2003) by Escuela de Diseño at Universidad de La Serena, La Serena Oct. 2003. [Conference].

Teaching

  • Collaboration: “What is Disaster Vulnerability? The Pressure and Release-Model (PAR)” (2016) for the Module Vulnerability & Resilience in Theory and Practice, Master Environmental Policy and Planning at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 23th April.
  • Collaboration: “Cultures and Catastrophes: Chile” (2016), for the Module Why Societies Fail – Socio-scientific Research on Cultures and Catastrophes, Master Environmental Policy and Planning at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 17th May.
  • Collaboration: “Post‐disaster reconstruction and disaster capitalism” (2015), for Introduction to Urban Design Module, Master Course on Urban Design at the Technische Universität Berlin (TU-Berlin), Germany, 28th January.
  • Collaboration: “Disaster risk management in Chile; a brief introduction” (2015), for the Vulnerabilität, Resilienz, Katastrophen und die Politiken des Bevölkerungsschutzes, undergraduate courses on Political science and Ethnology at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 19th and 26th January.
  • Collaboration: “The disaster Pressure and Release Model” (2014), for the Module Vulnerabilität und Resilienz 10 Jahre nach dem Tsunami, M.A. Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie, at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 9th May.
  • Collaboration: “Community and State in post-disaster context: Uneven distribution of hazards, vulnerability and resilience” (2013), for the History of Urban Design Seminar, Master Course on Urban Design at the Technische Universität Berlin (TU-Berlin), Germany, 30th October.
  • Module: “Websites Development and Interactive Presentations with Adobe Flash CS3” (2008), for the Design career at the Universidad Católica de Temuco.
  • Module: “Technical Design on Solidworks” (2008), for the Design career at the Universidad Católica de Temuco.
  • Module: “3D Modeling and Digital design on 3D Studio Max 9” (2008), for the Design career at the Universidad Católica de Temuco.
  • Module: “Basic Tools for Digital Representation” (2007), for the SERCOTEC Programme ‘Strengthening Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs): Higher quality in the commercialisation and production of furnitures’, Technical Cooperation Service of Chile (SERCOTEC) and the School of Design at the Universidad Católica de Temuco.
  • Assistantships: “Design Workshop II” (2007), for the School of Design at the Universidad Católica de Temuco.
  • Assistantships: “Websites Design with Macromedia Flash MX” (2005), for the Student Center and School of Design at the Universidad Católica de Temuco.
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