Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech), Academy of Architecture and Urban Studies since 2021
GreenTwins in the framework of FinEst Twins Smart City Center of Excellence (TalTech, Aalto University, Forum Virium Helsinki, Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication, the Cities of Tallinn and Helsinki)
University of Stuttgart / High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) since 2018
bwHPC-S5: Head of the Competence Center for Global Systems Science (CC-GSS).
bwHPC-S5 acts as an interface between scientists and Baden-Württemberg’s HPC (high performance computing) systems. (University of Stuttgart (HLRS), University of Heidelberg, Ulm University, Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, University of Konstanz, Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, University of Mannheim, University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, University of Hohenheim, University of Applied Sciences Esslingen).
Cape Reviso: With the aim of promoting walking and cycling, the CapeReviso project aims to reduce conflict and stress. Digital tools such as machine learning, sensor networks, digital twins, virtual reality and living labs are being researched and combined to create a novel tool for urban and transport planning. Project consortium: High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrrad-Club (ADFC).
Urban City Lab Quarters 4.0: digital transformation of planning and decision-making processes involving all relevant stakeholders; Project Partners: University of Stuttgart (High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart, Urban Design Institute, Institute of Human Factors and Technology Management, Stuttgart Research Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies); Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering Stuttgart; Kommunikationsbüro Ulmer, Stuttgart; The cities of Herrenberg and Stuttgart.
Guest lecturer at Vienna University of Technology, JASEC: Vienna-workshop (2018) and Vienna-Stuttgart design studio (2019, together with Saga University , Japan). Design studio “Pop-Up-Shelter” (2020).
movens society since 2011
Co-founder and chairman of the movens society, an association for the promotion of academic and career information for the young. Scientific study porticus (Vienna University of Technology / MINT funding by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy); Project porticus-chancen (funded by the European Social Fund et al.).
Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) 2012-2018
Researcher and lecturer at the Faculty for Architecture and Planning, Fachbereich Örtliche Raumplanung and SimLab; research topic: Energy Conscious Urban Inward Development: Case Study Paris; further research topics and expertise: energy conscious urban planning and design, urban morphology, master planning; supervision of visiting researchers in collaboration with JASEC (Japan Austria Science Exchange Centre, TU Wien), supervision of academic work and various other courses and workshops.
2015 and 2017: Visiting Researcher at Université Paris-Sorbonne IV.
2015 and 2017: Visiting Researcher at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
2015: Invitation by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland for a research trip including the participation in the Alvar Aalto Symposium.
2015-16: Senior Scientific Expert: Research project SIMULTAN (Simultaneous planning environment for buildings in resilient, highly energy efficient and resource-efficient districts, Stadt der Zukunft / FFG).
Institute for Comparative Research in Architecture (IVA) 2017
Researcher: Traditional Architecture and Planning in Indonesia with a focus on digital transformation and visualization.
University of Vienna 2004
Architectural researcher; digital reconstructions of antique Greek settlement structures and buildings in southern Italy; Institute of Classical Archeology.