Research

 

Research

  • BMBF-Project RAMONA
    Regional Compensation Strategies as a Driver for Sustainable Landuse
    03/2018 –
  • BMBF-Project CoProGrün
    Co-produced Greenspaces as sustainable community infrastructure
    06/2016 – 05/2019
  • BMBF-Project StartUfaReg
    Urban Agriculture as a near nature solution for inclusive regeneration of disadvantaged post-industrial urban areas, application support
    10/2016 – 03/2017
  • BMBF-Project FEN
    Research Campus, Flexible Electronic Networks
    04/2015 – 03/2018
  • Mercator Foundation Project - Garden City of the Future
    http://www.energiewende-ruhr.de/
    06/2014 – 05/2016
  • EU COST Action Urban Agriculture Europe (COST TD1106)
    www.urban-agriculture-europe.org
    03/2012 – 03/2016
  • ESPON-Project „LP3LP“
    Three Countries Park, Aachen-Liege-Maastricht area
    02/2012 – 03/2014
 

Lectures and conference papers

Large number of talks, conference papers and academic lectures in the field of urban and regional landscape architecture. In particular, the themes of “green infrastructure”, “urban agriculture” and “cultural heritage” receive special emphasis with the synergies across these interdisciplinary areas being considered in detail.
Some examples:

  • “Landscape Planning in Process and Dialogue”
    Joint Conference of BfN, BBN und FH Erfurt
    03/2017, Augustine Monastery Erfurt
    (Conference Programme))
  • “Urban Green – Infrastructure for the City of Tomorrow“
    Annual Conference for Urban Heritage Conservation 2016,
    “Beyond the Built – Open Space in the City”,
    10/2016, TU Dortmund
  • “Urban agriculture as a tool for sustainable development”
    Green Conference Maastricht,
    04/2013, Maastricht
  • “The development of City and Region from a landscape perspective ?“
    “Landscape Architecture 2013 of the Bavarian Chamber of Architects,
    04/2013, Munich
  • “Urban agriculture – general aspects and examples from Germany”
    IFLA-Congress,
    06/2011, Zürich
  • “Urban Landscape. Urban Agricultural Landscape.”
    Seminar for the German Institute for Urban Studies,
    05/2011, Berlin