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Updates of mentor-profiles!

Please have a look at the mentor-profiles, as they include possible thesis-topics! Recently updated: Paul Stouten (1 September) Arie Romein (9 September) Birgit Hausleitner (1 September) Maurice Harteveld (9 September) including a slide presentation of work done with students

Frank van der Hoeven

I want you to become aware of a specific ‘urban issue’. Something that is hot, something new, something that matters. You can pick any issue yourself, as long it has an impact on the quality of life of citizens, and as dealing with that issue will effectively change cities. I …

Paul Stouten

As an urbanist, I had been participating in real practice for twelve years, mainly in Rotterdam, in urban renewal processes. I had been published about this issues books, papers in international journals and films. My main topics are urban regeneration design strategies, urban planning, socio-spatial processes, sustainable development. More information

Leeke Reinders

I am an anthropologist who loves to explore new ways of thinking, sensing and doing the city. In my research and publications I focus on the intersections between theories of the city, anthropological fieldwork and practices of urban design and (interior)architecture. My main interest is in the anthropology of urban …

Birgit Hausleitner

I’m an urbanist and architect. My research focuses on the urban morphological and socio-spatial preconditions that influence urban programme, with a special interest in mixed use and diversity. I emphasize on working through the scales, from the building to the city region. My work so far comprised research and design mainly …

Machiel van Dorst

Machiel van Dorst is an environmental designer and is specialized in environment-behavior interaction and sustainable development. Behavior research and design is related to control, social safety, community design, child friendly cities, health and stress reduction through design. For sustainable development the emphasis is on the combination of livability and ecological design. …

Egbert Stolk

I’m specialised in complexity theories of cities, design cognition & design methodology. From this perspective, I have been involved in projects related to e-mobility, the spatial quality of the airport region Schiphol / Province of North-Holland, and the role of urban planning and design in dealing with cascading effects in cities. …