Prof. DI MAAS Peter Droege

Professor Peter Droege bringt Erfahrung in Lehre, Forschung und Praxis des Städtebaus und der Raumplanung in Afrika, Asien, Australien, Europa und Nordamerika, und ist Gewinner mehrerer internationaler Auszeichnungen und Preise auf diesen Gebieten. In grossen Aufgaben der Stadterneuerung, über Entwicklungen im und am Wasser und hin zu neuen urbanen Gebieten, ist seine Aufmerksamkeit auf Infrastruktur- und Umweltfragen konzentriert, insbesondere den Herausforderungen der Energiewende und des Klimawandels. Peter Droege ist Autor und Herausgeber der einschlägigen Werke 'Intelligent Environments - Spatial Aspects of the Information Revolution' (Elsevier), 'Renewable City - A Comprehensive Guide' 'Urban Energy Transition - From Fossil Fuel to Renewable Power' (Elsevier), '100 Percent Renewable - Energy Autonomy in Action' (Earthscan) und 'Climate Design' (ORO Editions), neben einer Reihe von Buchkapiteln in Publikationen wie "Handbook of Architectural Theory" (Sage), "The Encyclopedia of Energy" (Elsevier), "Sustainable Urbanism and Beyond" (Rizzoli), "The New Blackwell Guide to the City", sowie Artikeln in wissenschaftlichen Zeitschriften und in der internationalen Fachliteratur.

Professor

Institut für Architektur und Raumentwicklung

Akademischer Leiter

PhD in Architektur und Raumentwicklung

Ausbildung

1976 — 1978

MAAS, Architecture and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1972 — 1976

DI, Architecture and Urban Design, Technische Universität München

Werdegang

2011 

President, Eurosolar

2008 

Professor, Sustainable Spatial Development, Institute of Architecture and Planning, University of Liechtenstein

2002 

Conjoint Professorship with the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, University of Newcastle

2002 

Senior Advisor, Beijing Municipal Institute for City Planning and Design

2001 

Chair of the World Council for Renewable Energy, Asia Pacific.

1999 — 2002

Director, 'Solar City' research development, International Energy Agency/Committee on Energy Research and Technology

1993 — 2002

Lend Lease Chair, Professor of Urban Design, University of Sydney, Faculty of Architecture

1992 — 1993

Urban Development Engineering Endowed Chair, University of Tokyo, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology

1991 — 1992

Senior advisor for new town planning and waterfront design, City of Amsterdam, Physical Planning Department

1978 — 1991

Teaching, research and praxis in Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Auszeichnungen

2007 — 2007

European Solar Prize in Education

2007 — 2007

First Prize, Hangzhou Urban Centre (Beijing Conceptext)

2004 — 2004

First Prize, HKI Chongqing Plan (Axis International)

2003 — 2003

First prize, Ningbo Cicheng sustainable new town, China

2003 — 2003

First Prize Ningbo Cicheng New City Plan (DEM Beijing Conceptext)

2002 — 2002

Second prize, Beijing 2008 Olympic Green Master Plan Competition

2002 — 2002

Second Prize, Beijing Olympic Green (DEM BMCIPD BCT)

1990 — 1990

Grand Prix, international concept design competition for sustainable design strategies for Japan's Sagami Bay, a coastal region of twelve cities and towns

1990 — 1990

Grand Prize, Sagami Bay Nagisa Envelopment Japan

1987 — 1987

Grand Prix, 'Campus City' international concept design competition on information technology and urban change, Japan

1987 — 1987

Grand Prize, Advanced Information City, Japan

Mitgliedschaften

2015 

German National Committee of the International Society of City and Regional Planners, Rotterdam, Netherlands

2013 

Europäische Akademie (EURAC), Mitglied des wissenschaftlichen Beirates

2012 

Scientific Editorial Committee, GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, Oekom Verlag

2012 

Scientific editorial committee, GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society. Oekom Verlag

2010 

Life Member International Society on Digital Earth

2010 

Innovationspool Nachhaltigkeit, Amt für Städtebau der Stadt Zürich

2009 

Board Member, UN-Habitat Global Research Network on Human Settlements

2007 

Expert Commissioner, Cities and Climate Change, World Future Council

2006 

Steering Committee Member, Urban Climate Change Research Network

2002 

Chair, World Council for Renewable Energy

1997 

Corporate Member, Planning Institute of Australia

Gutachtertätigkeiten

2012 

Expert reviewer for Intergovernment Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Working Group (WG) III contribution to the IPCC Fith Assessment Report (AR5)

Job: 
PhD in Architektur und Raumentwicklung