Throughout my geography studies (B.A.) at the University of Wuppertal, I was mainly interested in the topics of urban and settlement geography. These were complemented by cartography studies (B.Sc.) at the Technological University Dublin and led to a specialization in urban development research (M.A.) at the University of Duisburg-Essen. Since then, I have been primarily concerned with the topics of conversion, renaturation and mobility, as well as the spatialisation mechanisms of urban subcultures.
Since February 2022, I've been working as a researcher at the Faculty of Spatial Planning. In this role, I am part of the transdisciplinary research group NEILA, which deals intensively with intercommunal cooperation and regional land management in the Bonn area. Also, I take care of content-related and administrative matters of the Kompetenzfeld Metropolenforschung (KoMet). As of next winter semester, I will also be teaching.
Conversion and Interim Use
2014-2018 Bachelor of Arts, Geography, University of Wuppertal
2017-2018 Bachelor of Science, Cartography, TU Dublin (ERASMUS+)
2018-2020 Master of Arts, Urban Culture, Society & Space, University of Duisburg-Essen
2019-2020 Participation in the HERA-funded research project “Governing the Narcotic City”
2021-2022 Editor for urban planning magazine “polis”
Since 2022 Associate at the research group ROP
TU Dortmund University Department of Spatial Planning Research Group of Spatial Planning and Planning Theory