PhD, Anna Boyksen Fellow an der TUM, 2020-2022
Associate Professor, KTH School of Architecture, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Meike Schalk studierte Architektur an der Hochschule der Künste (heute UDK) in Berlin und der Architectural Association in London. Sie promovierte 2007 im Fach Theoretische und Angewandte Ästhetik der Landschaftsarchitektur an der SLU, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Seit 2015 ist sie habilitierte Professorin in Architektur, Urban Design und Urbaner Theorie, nach ihrer Berufung als Juniorprofessorin in 2011 an die KTH Architekturschule, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Schalk co-initiierte die feministische Lehr- und Forschungsgruppe FATALE (Feminist Architecture Theory Analysis Laboratory Education), 2007-2012.
- feministische und intersektionelle Theorien und Praxen in der Architektur
- Gleichstellung, Diversität und Gerechtigkeit in der Architekturpraxis und Ausbildung
- Gemeinwohlfahrtsräume und ihre policies im Wohnbau, Commons
- Praxis-orientierte Forschung
- Gender & Sustainability: Introduction to Feminist Environmental Humanities, https://www.kth.se/student/kurser/kurs/FAD3115?l=en
- Approaching Research Practice in Architecture, https://www.ar.tum.de/aktuell/news-singleview/article/call-for-application-approaching-research-practice-in-architecture/
- Parity Board der Fakultät Architektur, als Gast https://www.ar.tum.de/fakultaet/gleichstellung/parity-board/
- Swedish Architects Association
- Action Archive, non-profit research association for participatory historiography
- Designed Living Environment call: A full loop of performance: from the perspectives of young citizens, through informal and formal spatial learning to the making of policies in multi-actor constellations, and back again (funded by Formas, 2020-2024)
- Urban Migration 2020 call: ProSHARE: Enhancing Diversity, Inclusion and Social Cohesion through Practices of Sharing in Housing and Public Space (2021-2022), https://jpi-urbaneurope.eu/news/announcement-projects-selected-for-funding-in-the-urban-migration-call/
Assist. Prof. Dr. Matevž Juvančič
Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Matevž Juvančič is an architect, a teacher and a researcher at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana. His research work was initially focused on architectural education of general public and public participation. In later years, he has become fascinated by anonymous, generic elements in urban environments as well as more distinct ones, studying their significance in space orientation, space use and spatial character. His main research focus has recently shifted towards spatial semantics, spatial character in connection with identity issues, and fundamental questions related to what makes places recognizable and identifiable. At the Faculty of Architecture, he is teaching at bachelor, master and doctoral level. Large proportion of his daily activities consist of Erasmus and other international exchange programmes management. He has been practicing architecture since 2002 and is a licensed architect.
Born in Asola in 1985, Federico Marcolini studied architecture at Politecnico di Milano, IUAV in Venice and Technische Universität in Munich. After some years abroad as an architect, he started a PhD at Politecnico di Milano, ABC Department, in 2016. His research focuses on architecture and its role in the enhancement of decommissioned railways and their territories. Since 2016 he collaborates as teaching assistant in various design courses at Polo Territoriale di Mantova – Politecnico di Milano focused on the relationship between the ancient and the new in historical contexts such as Sabbioneta, Manova, Porto and Lisbon. In 2018, with the team of Polo Territoriale di Mantova held by Prof. Federico Bucci, Prof. Eduardo Souto de Moura, Prof. Angelo Lorenzi and Prof. Barbara Bogoni, he participated in the Piranesi Gran Prix de Rome Competition, winning the first prize.