|ECLAS President||Germany||Nürtingen-Geislingen University|
|Ellen Fetzer holds a diploma degree in landscape planning from Kassel University, Germany. Since 2001 she has been working at the faculty for landscape architecture, environmental and urban planning in Nürtigen (Stuttgart area). She is primarly coordinating an international master degree in landscape architecture (IMLA). The second focus of her work is on computer-supported collaborative learning.|
ECLAS Vice President
|UK||Writtle School of Design|
|Tim Waterman is a landscape architect and theorist whose research explores the interconnections between food, taste, place, and democratic civil society. He is the author of Fundamentals of Landscape Architecture, now in its second edition and, with Ed Wall, Basics Landscape Architecture: Urban Design. He has co-edited two recent volumes from Routledge: Landscape and Agency: Critical Essays, with Ed Wall, and the Routledge Handbook of Landscape and Food with Joshua Zeunert. His writing has appeared in a variety of journals including the Journal of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM). His brother is the prominent experimental musician, writer, and producer Alex Waterman.|
|Belgium||Erasmus University College Brussels|
|Steven Goossens graduated in 1999 with a degree in Landscape Architecture. He is part of the teaching staff of the department of Landscape Architecture since 2001 at Erasmus University College Brussels, Belgium. His areas of expertise are botany and design with a specialization in urban design that he also lectures on. He has been the Course Director of the 3 year bachelor programme on Landscape Architecture from 2012 in the same university college.
Steven co-founded Kubiekeruimte vzw in 2005. Kubiekeruimte is a Belgian association creating a platform and a network for landscape architects and others who involved in shaping the public realm. Steven is also actively involved with the research centre “tuin+” or “garden+” (formally known Green+City) from 2010.
|Poland||Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW|
|Gabriela Maksymiuk works as assistant professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the Faculty of Horticulture, Biotechnology and Landscape Architecture, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW. She hold a master degree in Environmental Sciences from Wageningen University and a master degree in Landscape Architecture from WULS – SGGW, where she also took her PhD degree (2008). She teaches and conducts research in the areas of spatial planning, environmental bases for spatial planning and landscape design and also landscape planning. Recently, she conducted research related to economic valuation of urban green areas. Since 2011 she is a member of ECLAS Executive Committee (first co-opted as organiser of ECLAS 2012 Conference in Warsaw and in 2012 voted as a full member).|
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca
|Alexandru Mexi is a Romanian landscape architect and PhD student at the University of Bucharest. He is studying the history of European and Romanian public parks and he is working in the field of garden heritage protection, restoration and conservation. In his home country he is coordinating a cultural project dedicated to green heritage (www.parcuri360.ro) and he is engaged in different cultural and educational programs.|
|Marlies Brinkhuijsen||Netherlands||Wageningen University|
|Marlies Brinkhuijsen (PhD) is assistant professor since 2008. Before, she worked as a landscape architect and landscape planner in professional practice and contract research for twenty years. Her research focuses on sustainable tourism and on large parks and landscapes in a peri-urban context. Her teaching and coordinating activities over the last years included design studios, design theory, reflection on contemporary practices, internships and theses at Bachelor and Master levels. Marlies joined the Executive Committee as a co-opted member in 2012.|
|Bruno Nottebom||Belgium||KU Leuven|
| Bruno Notteboom is an engineer-architect, urban planner and doctor in urbanism and spatial planning. He has worked at several universities and design offices in Belgium and abroad. As of 2017 he is a professor at the Faculty of Architecture at KULeuven and the faculty of Design Sciences at the University of Antwerp. His research focuses on the relationship between landscape and urban planning from the perspective of history,
policy and design. He is an editor of OASE Journal for Architecture and the Journal of Landscape Architecture.
|Sandra Costa||UK||Birmingham City University|
Sandra Costa holds a PhD in the field of Landscape Architecture, Environmental Perception and Wellbeing. She was trained as a landscape architect and urban planner and has diversified experience encompassing teaching, research and professional practice. She is currently lecturing and researching at the School of Architecture and Design of Birmingham City University (UK), and has previously lectured at the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD, Portugal). Her research interests are associated with user-based perceptions, experiences and interactions with the environment and the production of ‘positive states of being’ through ‘enhanced spatial awareness’, using immersive walking and narratives. Sandra is also currently investigating the position and future of Urban Allotment Gardens in Europe (CITAB, UTAD, COST Action TU1201).
|Fabio Di Carlo||Italy||University of studies of Rome “La Sapienza”|
|Fabio Di Carlo is architect and PhD in Environmental Design. He is professor of Landscape Architecture in the Department of Architecture and Design (DiAP) at Sapienza. He teaches in the Master’s programme in Landscape Architecture and the Postgraduate School in Natural and Territorial Patrimony. He is also a member of the teaching board of the PhD programme in Landscape and Environment and research reviewer for the Italian Ministry of Education since 2006. His main interests are the theory and innovation in Landscape Architecture project, in urban and peri-urban contexts, both in practice and in research and teaching.|
|Thomas Oles||Sweden||Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences|
|Thomas Oles was born and raised in Massachusetts, USA. He attended Reed College in Portland, Oregon and later the University of Washington, where he earned degrees in both comparative literature and landscape architecture. In 2001-2002 he studied landscape architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and the Royal Danish Agricultural and Veterinary University, now part of the University of Copenhagen. He worked as a landscape architect in New York and Boston before entering the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he received his doctorate in 2008.|
|Norwegian University of Life Sciences|
|Una Ile||Latvia||Latvia University of Agriculture|
|Una Ile works as assistant profesor, researcher in the Department of Architecture and Building at the Faculty of Rural Engineering, Latvia University of Agriculture. In 2011 she defence here PhD work: The landscape quality of the residential area courtyards in the city of Latvia. Since 2012 she is a secretary and layout designer of International scientific journal Landscape Architecture and Art and also expert in architecture of landscape architecture sub-sector (Latvian Academy of Sciences). She teaches in the areas of urban spatial planning, landscape analyses, functional outdoor design and research field urban landscape, aesthetic quality, residential area development and revitalisation process. Since 2006 she work also with practical landscape architecture projects in Ltd. EFICA. She is also a member of the Association of Latvian Landscape Architects (LAAB) and since 2015 she started studies in the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, at the Faculty of Architecture and Urban planning, Riga|
|Sophia Meeres||Ireland||University College Dublin|
|On completing a degree in Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering at University College London (UCL) I joined an engineering consultancy in London (Harris & Sutherland) where I worked for several years before studying Landscape Architecture at Edinburgh. Having obtained a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture (MLA), I worked with several multi-disciplinary design practices (SOM, Fosters, and BDP) in London before setting up my own consultancy in France where, for 10 years, I worked on a variety of different types of project, focused mostly on planning, designing and containing the growth of small towns on the Cote d’Azur, in the Var and the Alpes-Maritimes. My work also focused on agricultural lands, practices and traditions, and on public participation in planning.|
|Anders Larsson||Sweden||Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU(Alnarp)|
|Anders Larsson (Dr) works as researcher and teacher at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, SLU Alnarp. His main field of interest is within comprehensive planning and planning processes, especially regarding the interconnectivity between rural and urban landscapes. At the moment, safekeeping of productive agricultural land and alternatives to urban sprawl is a central topic in his work. Anders is a member of various Swedish organizations, such as e.g. the Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry (KSLA), and has frequent tasks outside the university, e.g. collaborative projects with the Swedish Board of Agriculture. Anders has also worked with green structure and EIA-issues, both in research in practice, e.g. at the Swedish Road Administration Consultancy Agency (Vägverket Konsult). International cooperation is an obvious part of the work, such as being a member of the Executive Committee of ECLAS (European Council of Landscape Architect Schools).|