|Type||Educational program and Conferences|
|Campus||University of Oregon|
The Portland Urban Architecture Research Laboratory (PUARL) is a program founded by University of Oregon associate professor Hajo Neis in 2007, within the College of Design. It holds or co-sponsors annual conferences on urban architecture. In 2018, it was hosted jointly with the Pattern Languages of Programs computer science conference.  
- PUARL: Portland Urban Architecture Research Laboratory
- "International PUARL Conference". ArchDaily. August 22, 2016.
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