Since my studies of economics and governance (B.Sc.) and urban environmental management (M.Sc.) at the Wageningen University in the Netherlands, my interests are focused on sustainable transformations of land use systems as well as their management.
Currently, I work as a research assistant at the Faculty of Spatial Planning at TU Dortmund. In my research I am exploring the impact of digitalization on planning processes and the role it plays in mediating conflicts in policy arrangements. Furthermore, I am part of the transdisciplinary research group NEILA, which deals with inter-municipal cooperation and regional land use management. As a research assistant I am also engaged in teaching activities.
Climate adaptation in urban and regional planning
Governance structures and digital transformation in spatial planning
Sustainable land policy
2014-2017 Studies in Economics and Governance at Wageningen University in the Netherlands (Bachelor of Science)
2018- 2020 Studied urban environmental management at Wageningen University in the Netherlands (Master of Science)
Since 2020 Research Group of Spatial Planning and Planning Theory, Department of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund University
TU Dortmund University Department of Spatial Planning Research Group of Spatial Planning and Planning Theory