Land use policies and spatial planning, urban morphology, settlement structure analysis, transportation networks, suburbanism, energy transition
Acting director and professor at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Regional Science
senior researcher at IÖR (on leave)
Ree-Mix GmbH, Landau (Pfalz)
research associate at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Regional Science, Prof. Joachim Vogt
research associate at TU Kaiserslautern, Department of Regional Development and Spatial Planning
project assistant at City of Leipzig (LESG Gesellschaft der Stadt Leipzig zur Erschließung, Entwicklung und Sanierung von Baugebieten)
PhD at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology: "Method for a City-Regional Analysis of Suburban Structures and Processes"
Studies at University of Aberdeen, Scotland (ERASMUS)
Studies of spatial and environmental planning at TU Kaiserslautern (degree in engineering)
research stay at Murdoch University Perth, Western Australia, Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability
Reinhard-Baumeister-Award 2017 for the dissertation on "Method for a City-Regional Analysis of Suburban Structures and Processes"
TTS - Trends and tendencies in settlement development and their effects on the achievement of federal land policy goals (German Environment Agency - UBA)
Governing densification - The impact of performance-based planning on qualitative urban densification (GoverDENSE) (in co-operation with Universität Bern and Wageningen University and Research, Duration: 2020-2024, Swiss National Science Foundation)