Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Univ. Jörg Schröder
Chair for Regional Building and Urban Planning
Architect and urban planner.
Focus of work on architecture and urban planning & design in rural areas, suburbia, peripheries, new urban constellations, metropolitan regions; projects for rural-urban cooperation, urban and rural development, on spaces connected to mobility, infrastructures and tourism. research in analysis and concepts for territories as built environments of city and country.
International projects in reseach and develoment (RURBANCE, AlpBC, AlpHouse, Re-Cycle); design and concept of international conferences, workshops and exhibitions in Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Spain; 2010 with the sketch 2.040 m2 in the German Pavilion Sehnsucht at the 10th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia.
Architectural diploma at TUM Technische Universität München, Döllgast award; architecture and urban planning office in Munich since 2004; focus of work: sustainable urbanism, urban-rural relations, rural development; architectural, planning, and competition projects; 2001-08 researching and teaching at the Chair for Planning and Building in Rural Areas TUM, with prof. Matthias Reichenbach-Klinke; member of the Urbanlandscape research cluster; 2008-10 coordination of teaching and research affairs fo the vacant Chair for Planning and Building in Rural Areas TUM; 2010-12 research projects at the Department of Urban and Landscape Design TUM; member of the scientific board of Bavarian Academy for Rural Areas; national and international publications.