Research

The faculty's strength in its broad and interdisciplinary positioning will be newly bundled in a future-oriented and internationally unique research profile.

 

HABITATES OF THE FUTURE is the central focus of the faculty's scientific and artistic research.

The faculty's strength in its broad and interdisciplinary positioning will be newly bundled in a future-oriented and internationally unique research profile.

 

HABITATES OF THE FUTURE is the central focus of the faculty's scientific and artistic research.

At the Faculty of Architecture and Landscape Sciences, the spatial disciplines of architecture, urban design and planning, landscape architecture and environmental planning are combined in an internationally outstanding spectrum.

In the research focus Future Habitats, interdisciplinarity is the basis for innovation in design and planning for sustainability - answering to the challenges of climate change, digitalisation and social change. In particular in design-related research, the Faculty is active in the international reorientation of architectural disciplines.

Current research and development projects, the research activities of the institutes with their research conferences and publications as well as doctoral dissertations demonstrate the Faculty's commitment to research. The yearbook Hochweit, published by Jovis, presents both the teaching and the research successes of the faculty. Through intensive research cooperations in university networks, with other faculties of Leibniz Universität Hannover and with international partners, the faculty established an extraordinarily broad networking of its research activities. Its strength in knowledge transfer is based on cooperation with cities and regions as well as with civil society initiatives and enterprises.

The faculty places particular emphasis on the development of a special architectural culture in research. Formats introduced for this purpose, such as the lecture series Lunchtime Lectures, the faculty-wide methodological colloquium Open Research for doctoral students and the faculty's own research incentive programme AULET, enhance the attractiveness of the faculty for young researchers.

                             FUTURE HABITATS
                   to the main research focus  

                           RESEARCH PROJECTS
                            to selected examples 

                 RESEARCH AT THE INSTITUTES
                 to the 9 institutes of the faculty

                     RESEARCH COOPERATION
                                to the overview

        RESEARCH INCENTIVE PROGRAMME
        AULET
        to the promotion of the junior researchers

                            DOCTORAL STUDIES         
                          to further information

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