Professor Emeritus, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Design
Sten Gromark is a Dr Professor of Architecture, Architect SAR/MSA, at Chalmers School of Architecture, Göteborg, Sweden, within the theme of Modern & Residential Architecture, Division of Building...
Lecturer, PhD, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Design
Anna is an architect, educated at Chalmers 1990-96. 1997-2012 Anna has worked as a practicing architect. She has worked with housing, libraries, offices and workspaces. Anna has also been engaged as...
Associate Professor/Head of Division Building Design, Architecture and Civil Engineering
Göran Lindahl is an Associate Professor at the Division of Construction Management at Chalmers. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Tampere Technical University between 2011 - 2016...
Postdoc, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Architectural Theory and Methods
Elke Miedema is a Postdoc researcher at Architectural Methods & Theory. She holds a MSc degree in Architecture for TU Delft (2012) and a PhD in Architecture from Chalmers University of Technology...
Professor, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Design
Ola Nylander, Professor and PhD, teaches in the subject of housing architecture with courses in year 1 and 2, in the course Building and climate for Architecture and Engineering at year 2, and master...
Senior Lecturer, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Design
Marie Strid is Senior Lecturer and researches and lectures on the area of room and activity. Much of her research is conducted with the Centre for Healthcare Architecture where she among other things...
Helle Wijk, Associate Professor, GU, Sahlgrenska Academy
Marie Elf, Senior Lecturer, DH, Dalarna University, Healthcare
Björn Andersson, Associate Professor in Social Work, Department of Social Work, University of Gothenburg. Björn teaches methods in social work that focus on outreach approach, prevention work, social pedagogy and social mobilization. His research covers spatial and social aspects of public life, young people and youth issues as well as aspects of social planning and social sustainability.
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Members of the AIDAH Scientific Advisory Board
D. Kirk Hamilton, is a Professor of Architecture, FAIA, FACHA, EDA at Texas A&M University, USA, where he teaches healthcare design at the graduate level. His academic research is about the relationship of evidence-based health facility design to measurable organizational performance. He is currently completing a PhD in Nursing & Healthcare Innovation at Arizona State University, studying nurse movement patterns and interaction with objects in the ICU patient room.
Katrin Paadam, is a Dr Professor of Sociology, TUT, Tallinn, EE, at the School of Economics and Business Administration at the Tallinn University of Technology. Her theoretical interests lie in conceptualizing ways of residing in also symbolically charged spatial-architectural settings as they relate to the construction of meanings, identities and well-being of individuals, along residential histories and social practices, especially in the structural conditions of transforming societies. Together with her team she has been engaged in research of public and private rental housing issues, related market strategies and policies; the latest research include practices in residential and public spaces within processes of waterfront regeneration, urban renewal, gentrification, spatial conversion. She has been a partner in interdisciplinary European and Nordic urban housing projects, also in the research on European identities, and involved in NSBB activities. She was a co-coordinator of the Nordic-Baltic researcher network Visurf and co-coordinates CIB W069 on Residential Studies.
Nordic Workshop on Architectural Anthropology
The second Nordic Workshop on Architectural Anthropology WS#2 with support from VR is organized at Chalmers ACE May 8-9 2019 by the Department of Building Design. Key note and lecture programme is soon to be defined including a study visit on campus to Riksbyggen brf Viva.
The network gathers researchers from various Danish, Norwegian and Swedish Universities and Architectural Schools, junior researchers and stakeholders from outside academia – all working in the interdisciplinary field between anthropology and architecture. For further info and registration of external participation please contact professor Sten Gromark; email@example.com.
Nordic Research Network for Architectural Anthropology
Professor Sten Gromark, Director of AIDAH, is a co-author of the newly published Ways of Residing in Transformation: Interdisciplinary Perspectives