|Estonia||Estonian University of Life Sciences|
|Simon Bell is professor and head of department of landscape architecture in the Estonian Universitry of Life Sciences as well as being part of OPENspace Research Centre in Edinburgh College of Art at the University of Edinburgh. In Estonia he is responsible for all aspects of the department which teaches a full 5 year programe in landscape architecture (a 3+2 programme to master level) as well as having a doctoral programme.|
|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.|
|Meireles Rodrigues, Frederico
|Portugal||UTAD - University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro|
|Frederico Meireles Rodrigues is a landscape architect that teaches landscape design at UTAD (Vila Real, Portugal) since 2001. He is currently researching in the field of urban green park evaluation and critique and has also been involved in professional practice, cooperating with offices and in the University studio. He is the treasurer of ECLAS since 2009.|
|Latvia||Latvia University of Agriculture|
|Kristine Vugule is a lecturer at Latvia University of Agriculture (LLU), department of Architecture and Building since year 2000. She is currently researching in the field of road landscapes and teaching landscape management. General Secretary of ECLAS since 2009.|
|Bouche-Pillon, Sabine||France||National School of Higher studies in Nature and Landscape Architecture- Blois|
|Sabine Bouche-Pillon is a lecturer (PhD) in ENSNP, Blois, France. She is currently researching in the field of urban ecology and planning and teaching urban ecology - biodiversity (master level) and cultural landscape field trips (bachelor level). She is involved in administrative responsabilities such as International relations coordinator and Member of the ENSNP Board.|
|Brinkhuijsen, Marlies||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.|
|Buhmann-Private, Erich||Germany||Anhalt University of Applied Sciences|
|de Vries, Jeroen||Netherlands||Larenstein University|
Educated as a landscape architect at Wageningen University with a specialisation in landscape design and landscape ecology. He combines working as a professional practitioner with education.
His personal mission is to foster quality of outdoor space by consultancy, education and research especially by promoting sustainability and ecological quality.
Partner of the DG Groep in Boskoop, which is an office that advices on strategic and management plans for green areas, final designs, quality of open space and GIS applications for management of green areas.
At Van Hall Larenstein he carries out applied research. Subjects are enhancing biodiversity by design of metropolitan landscapes (Design for Biodiversity),a research project on sustainable, multi-layer and multifunctional projects (Het Nieuwe Maaiveld) and a research project on international competences for landscape development. Currently he is chair of the Examination Board of Landscape Architecture and co-ordinates international collaboration.
past member of the executive committee of the Netherlands Association of Landscape Architecture (NVTL).
Working group of Sustainable Urban Planning and co-author of the book Sustainable Urban Planning.
Past president of ECLAS
Steering committee of LE:NOTRE, EU-funded thematic network for teaching and research in the field of landscape architecture.
|Di Carlo, Fabio||Italy||University of studies of Rome "La Sapienza"|
|Ignatieva, Maria||Sweden||Swedish University of Agricultural Science (Uppsala)|
Maria was born in Leningrad (St.Petersburg, Russia). Ms - from. Leningrad Forest Technical Academy in 1982. PhD (1987) from Moscow State University in 1987. Professor in landscape architecture at SLU, Uppsala, Sweden. honorary doctor at St. Petersburg State Forest Technical Academy. Main research is urban biodiversity and design and history of landscape architecture. Main publications: Ignatieva, M. (2011) Gardens of Old and New World. Journey of a Landscape Architect. St. Petersburg Art. 447 pages (in Russian with English summary)
Ignatieva, M. (2010) Design and future of urban biodiversity. In: Müller, N., Werner, P., & J. Kelcey (eds), Urban Biodiversity and Design. Blackwells: 118-144
|Jorgensen, Karsten||Norway||Norwegian University of Life Sciences|
Karsten Jørgensen (b. 1953) is a professor of landscape architecture at Norwegian University of Life Sciences since 1993, and holds a Dr.Scient.-degree from UMB from 1989 in landscape architecture. He is Founding Editor of JoLA - Journal of Landscape Architecture established 2006.
At UMB Karsten Jørgensen has been responsible for teaching history and theory of landscape architecture for a number of years. He has been responsible for major research and development projects like the NUFU-project PRO 10/97 1997 – 2001 “Development of Master Degree Programme in Landscape Architecture at Birzeit University” (2,5 m.kr) and the follow-up project NUFU 2004 – 2008: Capacity building and regional cooperation in the field of landscape architecture and planning (4,5 M.NOK). He has been Project manager in ”Landscape Plan for Bygdøy Kongsgård” 2004 – 2008 (2,5 M:NOK) and ”The Royal Palace Plaza History” 2007-2008 (0,5 M.NOK).
His current research focuses on contemporary history in landscape architecture, including the present day management of historical and monumental sites
Karsten Jørgensen has published regularly in national and international journals and books.
|Libbrecht, Harlind||Belgium||University College Ghent|
|Liedtke, Karoline||Germany||HafenCity University Hamburg (HCU)|
Karoline Liedtke is a landscape architect based in Berlin and Hamburg / Germany. She studied in Kopenhagen (Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University) and Dresden and graduated from the Technical University Dresden in 2007. During her studies she could realize first projects like a garden in the Kloister San Lorenzo in Padula Italy. After her studies she joined TOPOTEK1 in Berlin leading a team of architects and landscape architects being responsible for national and international design projects and competitions. In 2010 she joined Professor Christiane Sörensen, as an academic and research assistant in the Studio: Topographic Thinking and Designing, HafenCity University Hamburg. Besides her academic activities she is taking part in competitions as the Schinkel Prize 2012 winning the first prize in the category: Fine Arts.
Karoline has always have been interested in certain aspects of dynamics and aesthetics within the bigger scale of landscape. The sense of landscape and its mission of being a morpheme - a carrier of meaning – as well as the interaction with dynamic processes in space and time is an essential topic in her research and designs.
|Maksymiuk, Gabriela||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).|
|Meeres, Sophia||Ireland||University College Dublin|
|Sarlov-Herlin, Ingrid||Sweden||Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU(Alnarp)|
|Ingrid Sarlöv Herlin is Professor of Landscape Planning (2010) at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, SLU, Alnarp Sweden. She is a Landscape Architect (1990) and has got a PhD in Landscape Planning (1999). Since 1990, she has been working with research, and teaching/supervision at Bachelor, Master and PhD levels in integrated landscape management, landscape ecology, landscape analysis and landscape information. The scope of her research includes; the link between food and landscape, integrated landscape planning and multiple values of landscapes; policy tools for landscapes; methods for landscape characterisation and their use in the planning process; landscape ecological approaches; concepts and history of ideas in planning; cultural landscapes, the wider landscape and designated areas; education and training; management of multifunctional woodland edges and conservation grazing. She has been a visiting research fellow at University of Gloucestershire and University of Sheffield, UK. She is engaged in ECLAS’ work with the European Landscape Convention ELC and is frequently invited as a lecturer about the ELC.|
|Törrönen, Sirpa||Finland||Aalto University School of Arts and Design|
|Sirpa Törrönen works as lecturer in the Department of Architecture in Aalto University, Finland. She holds a master degree in Landscape Architecture from Aalto University (2010). She has teached already from 2008 and as a lecturer since 2010 (currently 50%). Beside University she works in professional practice as a landscape architect in the city of Vantaa in Finland. Since 2012 she is a member of ECLAS Executive Committee (first co-opted and in 2012 general assembly voted as a full member).|