||Country of Origin
||Title of the Project
|Admission Winter Term 2017/2018
||Environmental Aesthetics: A New Defintion based on People's Point of View
||Integrated Assessment of Mobility System and Sustainable Development Process in Developing Countries
|Admission Winter Term 2016/2017
|da Cunha Oliveira Santos
||System Analysis for Sustainable Water Management: Understanding Interconnections of Urban Systems and Water
|Admission Winter Term 2015/2016
||Urban Imaginaries in Transnational Architecture and Urban Practice: The Making of Sino-German Eco-City
||Urban Theories and Research as Major Design Tools for Transforming Cities
||Ecosystem-Based Adaption to Water Scarcity in Arid Urban Areas; Case of Theran, Iran
|Admission Winter Term 2014/2015
||Social Dynamics in Water Conflicts: Towards Social-Political Innovations in Urban Systems using the Example of the Water Conflict in Petorca (Chile)
||The temporary use in the production of public space: The Reinterpretation of the urban realm through temporary initiatives as means of experimental urban planning in Berlin and Bogota
||Public Participation and Decision Making for a Sustainable Urban Development. How Pattern Language Can Support Public Engagement in Contemporary Urban Planning Procedures
|Admission Winter Term 2013/2014
||Restoring Heavily Modified Water Bodies: A Comparison of the Emscher System in Germany with the Klang River in Malaysia.
||Assessment of the Sustainability of Chinese Eco-city Projects since Expo 2010.
||Macro-Scale Greening of Existing Building Envelopes: Assessing the Resilience Potential of a Near-Term Climate Adaptation Strategy.
|Admission Winter Term 2012/2013
||Social Housing as a City-Making Strategy
||The Emerging Public Urban Space in China” – Case Study of Beijing
||Built Environment, Environmental Justice and Health: Emscher Region - Sustainable Urban Transformation Strategies
|Admission Winter Term 2011/2012
||The Environmental Imaginaries of Vancouver: The Making of Landscape through Discourses of Sustainability and Outdoors Culture.