Georg SchillerLeibniz Institute of Ecological Urban & Regional Development
|Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban & Regional Development|
|Member since||Jun 09, 2017|
AboutMy research is on materiality of the built environment and its sustainability. Our overall goal is advancing circularity holistically in the built environment at the level of cities and regions, and to this end we aim to describe, understand and evaluate urban-rural circular spaces and to contribute to their development. We are concerned with minimising the consumption of natural resources as well as minimising grey emissions and land encroachment. Our particular focus is on spatial constellations of resource availability, supply, stock and demand. From this perspective, we understand the built environment as part of socio-ecological-technical systems, which in physical terms encompass buildings, infrastructures and anthropogenically modified open spaces.
DetailsDegrees: Industrial Engineering, Technical University Berlin; Retrofitting of buildings (postgraduate), Universität (TH) Karlsruhe (now KIT).
Positions: since 07/2021: Head of Research Group Anthropogenic and Natural Resources, IOER, Germany; 10/2019 - 06/2021: Acting head of Research Area Resource Efficiency of Settlement Structures, IOER, Germany; 08/2009 - 06/2021: Research Associate at IOER, Research Area Resource Efficiency of Settlement Structures, Germany; 09/1998 - 07/2009: Research Associate at IOER, Department of Housing and Building Ecology, Germany; 02/1996 - 08/1998: Freelance work, Gesellschaft für Umwelttechnik und Unternehmensberatung mbH, Berlin and Convis Consult & Marketing GmbH, Berlin, Germany in the field of Urban Management.
Research InterestsAnthropogenic and Natural Resources in the Built Environment,
Circularity and Space
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|24 Sep 2019||Dresden Nexus Conference 2020 (DNC2020)|
|24 Sep 2019||Dresden Nexus Conference 2020 (DNC 2020)|