Faculty
Institutes

Institutes


The Faculty of Architecture and Landscape Sciences comprises of nine institutes. The institutes cover the fields of architecture, urban planning, vocational sciences in construction, landscape architecture, open space development and environmental planning. Detailed information about persons and teaching contents can be found on the corresponding institute and department pages.


Architecture and Urban Planning

Construction

Landscape and Environmental Planning

  • Institute of Open Space Development

    Institute of Open Space Development


    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bettina Oppermann
    Department for Open Space Policy and Planning Communication

    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Prominski
    Department of Open Space Planning, Design and Urban Development

  • Institute of Landscape Architecture

    Institute of Landscape Architecture


    Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Gilbert Lösken
    Department for Technical-Constructive Principles of Open Space Planning

    Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Katja Benfer
    Department for Presentation and Design

    Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Christian Werthmann
    Department of Landscape Architecture and Design

    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn
    Department for the History of Open Space Planning

    Dr.-Ing. Anke Seegert
    Department for Plant Use

  • Institute of Environmental Planning

    Institute of Environmental Planning

     

    Department for Landscape Management and Nature Conservation

    Landscape Planning and Nature Conservation
    Prof. Dr. Christina von Haaren

    Nature Conservation and Landscape Ecology
    Prof. Dr. Michael Reich

    Vegetation Management
    Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Prasse

    Engineering Biology
    Prof. Dr. Eva Hacker

    Landscape Planning and Ecosystem Services
    Prof. Dr. Christian Albert

    Ecosystem Services
    - economic and planning aspects

    Prof. Dr. Bettina Matzdorf

    Planning Related Plant Ecology
    Apl. Prof. Dr. Michael Rode

     

    Department of Regional Planning and Regional Development

    Regional planning and Regional Development
    Prof. Dr. Rainer Danielzyk

    Regional Planning and Spatial Research,
    especially Regional Governance

    Prof. Dr. Frank Othengrafen