Teaching

Teaching at the institute

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Aktuelle Informationen zur Lehre unseres Instituts in den Studiengängen BA / MA Architektur und Stadtplanung sowie MA IUSD und MA MIP im SoSe 2019
Current information on the teaching of our institute in BA / MA Architecture and Urban Planning as well as MA IUSD and MA MIP in summer term 2019

Nach aktuellem Stand werden wir alle angekündigten Veranstaltungen anbieten; bitte tragen Sie sich bei Interesse an den Seminaren unbedingt über C@mpus ein!
According to the current status we will offer all announced courses; if you are interested especially in the seminars, please register via C@mpus!

Seminar Streetscapes / Straßenlandschaften (Fischer, Gopal)
Modul 48290 Stadtökologie und ökosystemares Entwerfen
Modul 23220 Stadt und Landschaft
Modul as elective course for IUSD students

Seminar GIS-UP with open sources (Schwarz-von Raumer, Fischer, Vennemann)
Modul 48250 Werkzeuge der räumlichen Planung
Modul as elective course for IUSD students

Seminar / Vorlesung Environmental Aspects (Schwarz-von Raumer)
Modul 72740 - Lecture: Ecological Aspects of Infrastructure Planning; Seminar: Environmental Impact Assessment

Seminar GIS in Environmental and Regional Planning (Schwarz-von Raumer, Narvaez Vallejo, Blank, Sauter)
Modul 50160 Applied GIS

Entwurf Integrated Urbanism: Uncover Bad Cannstatt! (Fischer, Schirrmann with SI)
Modul 48180 / 48190 Entwurf/Projekt Stadt und Landschaft I+II
Modul is IRD II compulsory course for IUSD students

Die Platzvergabe für Studierende im BA / MA Architektur und Stadtplanung erfolgt über die Entwurfs-Platzvergabe der Fakultät 1.
Places for students in BA / MA Architecture and Urban Planning are assigned by the official assignment procedure of Faculty 1.

Teaching

Green infrastructure facilitates the use of natural resources to generate ecosystem services including provision of edible products, clean drinking water and fresh air. Green infrastructure is vital for physical and mental well-being in cities, and is known to promote social cohesion and a sense of security. Design and planning of living environments must therefore acknowledge these intrinsic connections between nature and society and consciously develop strategies that facilitate these interactions, particularly in urban and suburban areas.

Teaching at the Institute of Landscape Planning and Ecology therefore combines basic principles of ecology with methods and techniques of landscape planning and design enabling targeted in-depth studies (see figure).

Figure: The teaching takes up current, socially relevant ecological and planning issues.

We work in an interdisciplinary manner on the ecological challenges in urban ecosystems and landscape planning and offer lectures, seminars and excursions for students of the following study programmes, and as part of “Studium Generale” cross-faculty courses:

  • BSc/MSc Architecture and Urban Planning
  • MSc Integrated Urbanism and Sustainable Design
  • BSc/MSc Environmental Engineering
  • MSc Infrastructure Planning
  • MSc Water Resources Engineering and Management
  • BSc Traffic Engineering
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