dr Daixin Dai

Daixin Dai is an associate professor of landscape architecture department  of Tongji University. He got his PhD in urban planning and design at Tongji University , and was visiting scholar of Texas A&M  and Cornell University, USA. He is now the  director of Landscape Space Sub-experimental Center of the Joint Laboratory of International Cooperation on Eco-urban Design of the Ministry of Education.

He is interested in both landscape architecture and urban design, especially advocate combining practice with theory research. His research interest is creative and sustainable landscape design methodology which focuses on ecological and cultural context of the site. At present, his research work mainly focuses on landscape heritage & cultural landscape, landscape regeneration and eco-planning & design. It comes from teaching and research projects that he have participated in. Besides, he is also an 1st  class registered architect and registered urban planner in China, engages himself in practices helping to construct better human settlement environments.

He act as the deputy secretary general of cultural landscape committee of China Society of Landscape Architecture(CSLA),and  is also member of American Society of Ecology(ASE) and ICOMOS.


dr inż. arch. kraj. Kasper Jakubowski

Edukator przyrody i architekt krajobrazu. Prezes Fundacji Dzieci w Naturę. Współpracuje z organizacjami pozarządowymi, biurami architektonicznymi m.in. z Insomia, Wojtyś&Wójtowicz Architekci, BBGK i deweloperami. Zaprojektował zieleń na nagrodzonym osiedlu ‘Nowy Strzeszyn” w Poznaniu. Popularyzator czwartej przyrody w miastach i autor ebooka „Czwarta przyroda: sukcesja przyrody i funkcji nieużytków miejskich”. Autor – razem z Archigrest i Kają Kusztrą – stałej ekspozycji i ścieżki edukacyjnej po czwartej przyrodzie na Kopcu Powstania Warszawskiego (2022). Inicjator i popularyzator sadzenia z mieszkańcami pierwszych lasów kieszonkowych w Polsce metodą Miyawaki i sadu miejskiego na Milczańskiej („Zielone Miasto Poznań”). Autor popularnych spacerowników po dzikiej przyrodzie Krakowa i Warszawy. Inicjator Stacji Natura w podkrakowskich Żabich Dołach w Zielonkach – animował działania edukacyjne i renaturyzację stawu. Popularyzator i przewodnik po przyrodzie miejskich nieużytków, zarośli, sawann, nieczynnych kamieniołomów i miejskich dżungli.
Autor projektu ogrodu ruderalnego na festiwalu ogrodów i sztuki InGarden w Lublinie (2022) i instalacji o bioróżnorodności na wystawie „Antropocen” w Warszawskim Pawilonie Architektury ZODIAK zorganizowanej przez Narodowy Instytut Architektury i Urbanistyki (2022).


Darija Perković Bošnjak

Landscape Architect, scientist and university lecturer from Croatia. Since 2019 at the position of Vice President for Communications of the International Federation of Landscape Architects, the European Region (IFLA EUROPE).

Holds a Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from The University of Zagreb and after passing the State exam in construction and spatial planning is a licensed Landscape Architect and a member of the Croatian Chamber of Architects. Over the years, she has developed a particular interest regarding the natural and cultural heritage, working on research and projects related to sustainable and resilient development of urban and suburban heritage sites and holds the Permission of the Ministry of Culture for working on protection and preservation of heritage. She is the author of numerous articles, has been speaker at various international conferences on urbanism, spatial planning, protection of heritage and biotechnical sciences and was a member of a jury and scientific committee in several international landscape architectural competitions.


prof. dr. Ranka Junge

Trained as Limnologist at University of Konstanz, Germany. Till 2022 she headed Centre Ecological Engineering at Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland. Her research focuses on nature-based technologies for closing water and nutrient cycles by fish and vegetable production while implementing technologies such as aquaponics, bioponics, hydroponics, and aquaculture.

 


Valentino Cristini

Born and grown up in northern Italy, in 2012 moved to the Czech Republic and attended university study of arboriculture and forestry at Mendel University in Brno. From 2012 to 2019 worked as an arborist within the fields of tree assessment, biomechanics, and phytopathology. Since 2019 I’m a Ph.D. student at the Department of Wood Science and Technology of Mendel University in Brno. My main field is the biological deterioration of wood in standing trees and its material properties.

My institution is: Mendel University in Brno, Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology. 


Silvia Villegas Navarro

Silvia Villegas studied a degree in Plant Biology followed by the Kew Diploma in Horticulture at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and an Msc in Ecosystem Restoration. She is currently engaged in a research PhD programme in conservation of natural resource science, working with new species for naturalistic plantings in Madrid.

Since 2007 Silvia has worked at the Royal Botanic Garden, CSIC in Madrid where she is currently the curator of the Seed Bank and Living Collections. Her work focuses on ex situ conservation and research and the development of new combinations of herbaceous plantings in cities with Mediterranean continental climate with species from the Iberian Peninsula grown from seed.

She also represents the Asociación Iberomacaronésica en Jardines Botánicos (AIMJB) in the European Botanic Gardens Consortium and coordinates and teaches the module in Botanic Gardens in the masters in Historic Gardens and Ecosystem Services of Green Infrastructure of the Polytechnic University.


Ibo Gulsen


inż. Martin Tušer


Daniele Zanzi


Cecilia Zanzi


Willem Klaas Zieleman


Michaela Letá


Silvia Villegas


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