Teaching Archive

P.S. Sarajevo_Stuttgart

This studio aims at investigating the use and redefinition of public space under COVID-19. read more

Design Studio WS 2020/21

Thursday, 9:00-14:00h
Online (WEBEX-Meetings)
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley, Dr. Josefine Fokdal, Rainer Goutrié, Raphael Dietz

 

URBAN RESILIENCE LAB

The primary objective of this course is to investigate how digital tools are used in various urban resilience projects. read more

Seminar WS 2020/21

Thursday, 14:00h-17:30h
Online (WEBEX-Meetings)
Dr. Sigrid Busch

NEIGHBORHOODS IN TRANSITION

In this design studio, we will study the correlation between urban form, governance, and collaborative action within neighborhood transformation projects read more

Design Studio WS 2020/21

Wednesday, 9:00-13:00h
Online (WEBEX-Meetings)
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley, Shaharin Annisa, Yassine Moustanjidi

 

Urban and Regional Planning I

This course is an invitation to examine urban and regional planning practices and the underlying thoughts of what planning is or should be based on a range of international planning examples. read more

Lecture WS 2020/21

Wednesday, 8:45h-13h
Blended Learning and Online (WEBEX)
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley, Prof. Dr. Jörn Birkmann

Indonesia Studio

This studio provides a venue to explore  the challenges and opportunities of urban growth in Bandung, Indonesia, especially in the interface between formal and informal urban development.  read more

Design Studio WS 2019/20

Thursday, 9:00-13:00h
IUSD STUDIO
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley, Yassine Moustanjidi

Urban and Regional Planning I

This course is an invitation to examine urban and regional planning practices and the underlying thoughts of what planning is or should be based on a range of international planning examples. read more

Lecture WS 2019/20

Wednesday, 8:45h-13h
Room 1.08
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley, Prof. Dr. Jörn Birkmann

MAP THE GAP

The seminar intends to  critically assess spatial imbalance in housing, mobility and the public space at an urban district scale to develop strategies that may aid to decrease this inequalities. read more

Seminar WS 2019/20

Wednesday, 9:45h-13:00h
Room: 8.06/ K1
Dr. Sigrid Busch

Urban Planning II

Elective / Seminar The course is offered in combination with Regional Planning II (IREUS) read more

Seminar SS 2019

Wednesday, 11:30-13:00h
Room 9.06
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley
Yassine Moustanjidi, Shaharin Elham, Vladyslav Tyminskyi

Neckar Reloaded III – Reclaim the River

In cooperation with the City of Stuttgart and other partners, SI focuses on upgrading the Stuttgart Neckar Valley. read more

Design Studio WS 2018/19

Thursday, 9:45-17:00h
SI-Superstudio
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley, Prof. Jan Dieterle,
Dr. Dan Teodorovici, Dr. Sigrid Busch, Raphael Dietz

EIE 2018 – EZBET International Exhibition

The EZBET Team at SI invites students from University of Stuttgart to join the EUR-pallet creative Workshop taking place from 27th of October to 10th of November 2018. read more

Seminar WS 2018/19

1st meeting: Tuesday, 16.10.2018, 16:00h
Room: 8.06/ K1
Dr. Eng. Manal El-Shahat, Jilan Hosni

CAPE TOWN GOOD HOPE LAB 2018

The core theme of the Cape Town Good Hope Lab (24th of September – 3rd of October) is “Sustainable Urban Development through Local Collective Action”. read more

Field Trip SS 2018

4th of September – 3rd of October
University of Cape Town (UCT)
CT Lab Studio
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley, Yassine Moustanjidi

EZBET PNA – Participatory Needs Assessment

The Seminar is part of the research work of Ezbet project. The aim of the seminar is to develop social and physical interventions based on the needs assessment read more

Seminar WS 2018/19

Monday, 14:00h-17:00h, 1st meeting: 15.10., 14:00 Uhr Room: 8.06/ K1
Dr. Eng. Manal El-Shahat, Shaharin Annisa

Urban Design Lab – Neckar Reloaded

How can we transform Stuttgart into a “city on the river”? read more

Seminar SS 2018

Simulation models for new urban quarters in the river valley
Thursday, 14:00h-17:00h
Room: 8.06/ K1
Dr. Sigrid Busch, Dr. Dan Teodorovici, Raphael Dietz

Urban and Regional Planning I

This course is an invitation to examine urban and regional planning practices and the underlying thoughts of what planning is or should be based on a range of international planning examples. read more

Lecture WS 2018/19

Wednesday, 8:45h-13h
Room 1.08
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley, Prof. Dr. Jörn Birkmann