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Faculty Profiles

The Master of Environmental Planning at the Berlin Institute of Technology is primarily defined by four Research Groups within the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. These four Research Groups and their faculty are diverse in their interests, backgrounds, and education, reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of environmental planning. Their specialties include environmental and land economicsgeoinformation and remote sensinglandscape and environmental planning and development, as well as environmental assessment and policy.

Prof. Dr. Stefan Heiland

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Professor of Landscape Planning and Development

Stefan Heiland is head of the Department of Landscape Planning and Development and serves as executive director of the Institute of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at TU Berlin since April 2011.

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Prof. Dr. Birgit Kleinschmit

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Professor of Geoinformation in Environmental Planning

Birgit Kleinschmit is leading the chair of Geoinformation in Environmental Planning at TU Berlin.

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Prof. Dr. Johann Köppel

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Professor of Environmental Assessment and Planning

Johann Köppel is chair of the Environmental Assessment and Planning Research Group and served as Dean of the School of Planning Building Environment at TU Berlin from 2011-2019.

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Prof. Dr. Alexandra Denhardt and Prof. Dr. Jesko Hirschfeld

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Guest-Professor of Environmental and Land Economics

Mrs Denhardt and Mr Hirschfeld serve as guest professors at the Chair of Environmental and Land Economics.

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Adjunct Faculty

The core faculty teaching in the Master of Environmental Planning are part of a team of more than 70 full-time professors and about 200 research associates and lecturers affiliated in the School of Planning-Building-Environment who are committed to teaching, research and practice. A number of these professors and lecturers offer courses as adjunct faculty within the Master of Environmental Planning program where students will benefit from their specialist knowledge and professional experience in the subject areas they teach. The expertise of the adjunct faculty covers topics such as ecology, urban and regional planning, environmental economy, water management, sociology, planning law or sustainability sciences.

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Master Environmental Planning
Faculty VI - Planning Building Environment
Erweiterungsbau (EB)
Straße des 17. Juni 145
10623 Berlin, Germany