Atlas of Digital Architecture
Ursula Kirschner is Professor for Architecture and Digital Culture at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Leuphana University in Lüneburg and director of the Institute for Urban and Cultural Area Research.
She holds a diploma degree in architecture from the University of Arts Berlin in 1989. Thereafter, she worked as an architect in the architectural office of Prof Winking in Hamburg and in Berlin, and as a freelance architect. She finished her PhD with a scholarship from the Dorothea Erxleben Program under the supervision of Prof Frank and Prof Winking at the University of Arts Hamburg in 2001.
Ursula is responsible for several international summer schools und exchange programmes funded by DAAD and other foundations. For many years now she has been working as a reviewer for DAAD and DFG, and been a member of the scientific committee of the Conference for Cooperative Design, Visualisation, and Engineering (CDVE). She is a founding member of the Forum Building Culture in Lüneburg.
Digital Design Strategies
(with Sven Schneider)
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