Erasmus+ Stategic Partnerships
BeInterBaltic – Intersections in built environment
promoting interdisciplinary higher education in the Baltic Sea Region

Mentors 

 

Mathilde Landgren (DTU)

Mathilde is an industrial PhD working partly at DTU and at the architectural office JJW Architects in Copenhagen. Her background is MSc in Architectural Engineering specialized within Energy Design and now she aims to develop a method for Integrated Sustainable Design through the PhD. In the PhD, she emphasizes the interdisciplinary design teams to base their design decisions upon knowledge about the sustainability palette of tools concerning energy performance, indoor climate, daylight, life cycle assessment and life cycle costing.

 

Imke Wies van Mil (KADK)

Imke Wies van Mil is an Industrial PhD candidate and lighting designer. The industrial PhD is a collaboration between The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture in Copenhagen (KADK) and the industrial partner, Henning Larsen Architects. The focus of her research, is an investigation of how to improve learning environments through knowledge-based artificial lighting design. Prior, Imke worked as a lighting designer for Ove Arup, and holds degrees in Product Design (2005) and Lighting Design (2009).

 

Viktorija Prilenska (TUT)

Viktorija Prilenska is an architect and urban planner with practical and academic experience in both fields. Currently she is a Doctoral candidate at Tallinn University of Technology, researching the application of games for public engagement in urban and regional planning.

 

Maksims Feofilovs (RTU)

Maksims is an environmental scientist with background in technology, interested in education on topics as infrastructure resilience, modern technologies and sustainable development.

 

 

Jan Suchorzewski (GUT)

Jan is a PhD student at Gdańsk University of Technology in Civil Engineering. His research is focused on multi-scale experimental study of concrete properties. Moreover he runs numerical studies on micro-mechanics influence on macroscopic material fracture. In addition, Jan is involved in infrastructure, planning and participation projects in Gdynia Downtown district council.

 

Michal Kwasek (GUT)

Michal is a PhD student at Gdańsk University of Technology with focus on the use of cast iron in architectural objects. He graduated bothfrom the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Faculty of Architecture at GUT. Michal is member of the Association of Monument Conservators and tutor at the Student Research Club "BOSS - The Beauty of StructureS" at the Faculty of Architecture.

 

Karl Eriksson (Chalmers)

Karl's research focuses on housing and transformation of the contemporary European city, and how the process of regeneration affects cities. He also works for Karakusevic Carson Architects for social housing projects in London. 

 

 

Markus Hudert (Aalto)

Markus' research focuses on material & assembly driven design strategies, and experimental & innovative timber structures, bridging the gap between architectural & structural design, and digital & analog design environments. He recently co-taught design studios on advanced performative building envelopes and timber construction. 

 

Kai Schramme (HCU)

Kai studied Architectural Engineering and works as PhD researcher and lecturer at the HafenCity University Hamburg. In research, he focuses on implementation of digital and parametric methods in interdisciplinary design processes with a focus on offering structural competences early in the scope of design

 

Sabrina Gieron (HCU)

Martin Kohler (HCU)