8. Doktoranden-Kolloquium der KIT-Fakultät für Architektur

18. Mai 2022

Wir freuen uns, nach langer Zeit endlich wieder ein Kolloquium in Präsenz an der Fakultät durchführen zu können. Grundanliegen ist auch dieses Mal, das breite Themenspektrum und die methodische Viel-falt der Forschung an unserer Fakultät aufzuzeigen und damit den wissenschaftlichen Diskurs zwischen Promovierenden, betreuenden Professor:innen und allen anderen Mitgliedern der Fakultät zu fördern. Dazu stellen Promovierende der Fakultät in kurzen Vorträgen den aktuellen Stand ihrer Dissertation vor und stellen sich den Fragen des Publikums. Voran geht eine Diskussionsrunde zur Frage, ob und in welcher Form an der Fakultät für Architektur ein Graduiertenprogramm angeboten werden soll/muss, um die Doktorand:innen beim wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten gezielt zu unterstützen. Kurze Inputs zu ver-schiedenen laufenden Programmen anderer Hochschulen werden die Diskussion einleiten.

Wir laden alle Mitglieder der Fakultät für Architektur herzlich ein, am Kolloquium in der Grüne Grotte teilzunehmen und sich an den Diskussionen zu beteiligen. Die Veranstaltung wird in hybrider Form durchgeführt; die Zugangsdaten sind auf ILIAS unter „Semesterübergreifende Veranstaltungen“ im Bereich „Informationen KIT-Fakultät für Architektur“ zu finden. Nichtsdestotrotz würden wir uns sehr freuen, möglichst viele persönlich in der Grünen Grotte begrüßen zu dürfen.

Programm:

15:00
Begrüßung und Einführung
Andreas Wagner

Diskussionsrunde:
Brauchen wir ein Graduiertenprogramm für Promovierende an der Fakultät für Architektur? Mit einleitenden Kurzbeiträgen zu Doktorand:innen-Programmen an der TU München, der CNAM Paris und zu fakultätsübergreifenden Programmen am KIT

16:00
Pause

16:15
Hanna Knoop
The Aporias of Architecture. Human Rights’ Standardization by Design

16:35
Conny Hansel
Mehr Raum durch Zeit. Überwinden urbaner Sättigungsphänomene anhand eines er-weiterten Zeit- und Rhythmusbegriffs

16:55
Seyed Hooshmand
Effects of Radiant Heat Flux on Local Thermal Sensation and Comfort

17:15
Romina Rissetto
Assessment of occupants’ expectations in office buildings and its impact on the use of personalized comfort systems

Schlussbemerkungen

17:45
Ende

18:00
Verleihung Hermann-Billing-Preis 2022
Egon-Eiermann-Hörsaal

7th Doctoral Colloquium of the KIT Department of Architecture

8 December 2021

Dealing with objective and subjective data

Data play a major role in many research projects. Their sources can be very different - whether they originate from own surveys or from literature, whether they are measurement data or result from surveys, or whether they are available as raw data or already evaluated data. In order to obtain valid results from a data pool, a systematic approach is required that begins before the actual collection or acquisition and requires solid data preparation and quality assurance.
Romina Rissetto and Isabel Mino, staff members at the Chair of Building Physics and Technical Finishing, will address topics such as the collection of objective (physical measurements) and subjective data (psychological and physiological information about people), data collection in field studies and under laboratory conditions, ethical guidelines, data protection, etc. in an introduction. This should lead to a discussion among the participants on these and other topics, in which doctoral students should also contribute experiences and findings from their own work.

Location: online, ZOOM link to be announced
Time: 08.12. 2021, 11 am - 1 pm
Moderation: Prof. Andreas Wagner, Vice Dean for Research

6th Doctoral Colloquium of the KIT Department of Architecture

9 June 2021

Research at the Department of Architecture encompasses very different disciplines, each with very specific content and methods. The topics range from fundamental questions about architecture and its history to the development of new methods, models and technologies to concrete observations of planning and building practice; in addition, there is art history with its own focus, but also many interfaces to architecture. The doctoral colloquium is intended to provide an insight into this broad spectrum of topics and the methodological diversity of research at our department.

Doctoral students of the department will present the current status of their dissertations in short lectures and answer questions from the audience. The aim is to promote discourse among the academic mid-level department and at the same time to generate ideas for scientific work - also among Master's students.

The event is open to the department and will be conducted online.

The access data can be found on Ilias under "Semester-spanning events" in the section "Information KIT Department of Architecture".

Program:

11:00 am
Workshop: Discussion on desirable accompanying measures in the context of a doctorate at the Department of Architecture

12:30 - 14:00 Break

14:00 h
Lecture programme
Welcome and introduction (Andreas Wagner)

14:10 h
Sandra Böhm
The potential of biogenic by-products and residual materials for a material use
within the construction industry

14:35 h
Max Haug
Programme management as a basis for the continuous implementation of agile and innovative urban development management

15:00 h
Anna Keitemeier
Architectural Boundaries and Thresholds as Negotiation of Access and Control in Public Space - An Investigation of Contemporary Urban Parks in France and Germany
Break

15:45
Abbas Rahmani
Determining the impact of geometry on the energy efficiency of medium-sized solar buildings

4:10 pm
Steffen Becker
What is a neighbourhood? Participatory neighbourhood development in urban planning processes

16:35 h
Daniela Schneider
Systematics for the evaluation of the material disposition of circular building constructions

5:00 p.m.
Final discussion

Organization: Prof. Andreas Wagner (Vice Dean for Research)




5th Doctoral Colloquium of the KIT Department of Architecture

02 December 2020

Program:

Workshop
Visualization(s): What? How? Why? For whom?
Organized by Erna Fiorentini (KIT IKB)

Currently, when one hears "visualization", the colorful visions of data visualization usually arise before our eyes, or one thinks of immaterial ideas becoming visible, or maps and satellite images, or works of art, or ... Visualization has many forms and meanings, it has different objects, processes, intentions and addressees. Based on two current student research projects in art history at KIT, the workshop wants to lead a conversation about the diversity of characters, intentions, and understandings of visualization. Guests from different disciplines will take a stand on "their" visualization in order to discuss the question: If there are many visualizations, how do we distinguish them?

Matthias Bruhn (HfG Karlsruhe), Carsten Dachsbacher (KIT IVD), Erna Fiorentini (KIT IKB), Martin Frank (KIT MATHSEE, SCC), Simon Hartmann (KIT EKUT), Ingrid Ott (KIT ECON), Mariana Santana (KIT EKUT), Andreas Wagner (KIT IEB) will discuss.


Lecture program

Welcome and introduction (Andreas Wagner)

Mahsa Bagheri
Examining the social sustainability in German Garden Cities, Karlsruhe as case study

Gregor Brundke
YouTube as an archive of architectural references and planning-oriented instructions for action

Nicolas Carbonnare
Occupant-centered control strategies for residential decentralized ventilation

Judith Rehermann
Holy/Unholy - Hans Baldung Grien's "Lot and His Daughters

Nikolas Rogge
In Transition - Open Spaces of East German Housing Estates between 1990 and 2020

Maria Deeb
Konstantin Melnikov, "Architect. The Evolutionary Path to Soviet Architecture (1917-1974)


Organization: Prof. Andreas Wagner (Vice Dean for Research)

Research in architecture - a cross-section

4th Doctoral Colloquium of the KIT Department of Architecture

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Research at the Department of Architecture encompasses very different disciplines, each with very specific content and methodology. The topics range from fundamental questions about architecture and its history, to the development of new methods, models and technologies, to concrete considerations of planning and building practice; in addition, there is art history with its own focus, but also many interfaces with architecture. The doctoral colloquium is intended to provide an insight into this broad spectrum of topics and the methodological diversity of research at our department.
Doctoral students of the department will present the current status of their dissertations in short lectures and answer questions from the audience. The aim is to promote discourse among the academic mid-level department and at the same time to generate ideas for scientific work - also among Master's students. In a preceding workshop the topic 'Research by Design - Design Research' will be discussed. All staff members and especially PhD and Master students of the department are invited.

Program:

11:30 a.m.
Workshop: Research by Design - Design Research
Department Room Room 136, Architecture Building (20.40).
Continuing the discussion started in November 2018 and May 2019 with various guest speakers, the workshop will ask to what extent ' Research by Design - Design Research' actually represents a distinct research direction or methodology and if so, what methodologically distinguishes it from common methods of (qualitative) research. Prof. Riklef Rambow and Prof. Andreas Wagner will lead the discussion; Monica Tusinean from the Department of Structural Engineering will explain how 'research by design' "works" in practice, and her motivation and attitude towards it. She is doing her doctorate in the Design-Based Doctorate (PEP) programme at the TU Berlin.

13:00 - 14:15
Lunch break

14:15 h
Lecture programme
Location: Green Grotto, Architecture Building (20.40)
Welcome and introduction (Andreas Wagner)

14:20
Jennifer Daubenberger (Department of Art History)
The Reception of Tattooing in Contemporary Art

2:40 p.m.
Daniela Hönigsberg (Department of Art History)
Programming of classical media art installations of the 1990s and early 2000s

3:00 p.m.
Lukas Bessai (Department of Architectural Theory)
The history of the fence

15:20
Barbara Zak (Department of Architectural Communication)
Perception and evaluation of contemporary architecture by architects and non-architects and their influence through communication

15:40 - 16:10
Break

16:10 h
Karsten Rexroth (Department of Building Lifecycle Management)
Conception of a system for the derivation of planning methodical models on the basis of situation-specific characteristics

16:30 h
Simon Häringer (Department of Building Physics and Technical Finishing)
Solar thermal blinds with heat pipes - design, characterisation and energy saving potential

16:50 h
Steffen Becker (Department of Urban Neighbourhood Planning)
What is a neighbourhood? Participative neighbourhood development in urban planning processes

5:10 p.m.
Markus Kaltenbach (Department of City and Housing)
The spatial dimension of residential multilocality".

5:30 p.m.
End of the colloquium

Organization: Prof. Andreas Wagner (Vice Dean for Research)

6:00 p.m.
Ceremony for the award of the honorary doctorate to PD Dr. Annemarie Jaeggi
Annemarie Jaeggi is director of the Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design in Berlin.
Further information and registration for the ceremony at:
http://www.arch.kit.edu/ehrendoktorin.php

Research in architecture - a cross-section

3rd Doctoral Colloquium of the KIT Department of Architecture


Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Green Grotto, Architecture Building (20.40)

A striking feature of the Department of Architecture is its different disciplines, each with very specific content and methodology. Accordingly, the research approaches also differ, ranging from fundamental questions about architecture and its history, to the development of new methods, models and technologies, to concrete applications in planning and building practice. The doctoral colloquium is intended to provide an insight into this broad spectrum of topics and the methodological diversity of research at our department.
Doctoral students of the department will present the current status of their dissertation in short lectures and answer questions from the audience. The aim is to promote discourse among the academic mid-level department and at the same time to generate ideas for scientific work - also among Master's students. In a preceding workshop, different research approaches in architecture will be discussed as well as their border areas or possible overlaps. PhD students and academic staff as well as Master students of the department are invited.


Program:

11:00 am
Workshop: Research in Architecture
Introductory lecture by Dr. Peter Bertram, School of Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts entitled "Research Diagrams".
Dr. Peter Bertram is Associate Professor and Head of the Master`s programme in Art and Architecture at the School of Architecture of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. In his talk he will first introduce criteria for artistic research which more or less mirror the fundamental scientific criteria. In a next step he will comment on the founding operations of research by design, sketching the basic model and comparing it to artistic research. Finally, he will present some of his own work and the way he conceives of the relation between research and artistic practice. This is followed by a discussion on the three different approaches to research as well as about benefits to move across the line between artistic practice and scientific research.


12:30 - 14 h
Lunch break


14:00 h
Introduction to the colloquium, comments on the awarding of start-up funding by the department for the submission of a research proposal (Andreas Wagner)


14:20
Zhaocheng Shang (Department of Landscape Architecture)
Exploration of an Environmentally Friendly Form of City Development Combined with a River: An Example of a Four-Dimensional Analysis Based on the Expansion of the City of Jinan across the Yellow River


2:40 pm
Mutia Razali (Department of International Urbanism)
Strategy evolution for waste management with behavior changes in community through utilizing communal garden in urban areas


3:00 p.m.
Carolina Montano (Department of Building Physics & Engineering)
Research on passive measures to reduce the overheating in school buildings


15:20 - 15:40
Break


15:40 h
Karsten Schlesier (Department of Sustainable Building)
Single span structural elements from cultivated building materials


16:00 h
Annika Nasz (Department of Art History)
Images of excessive cruelty? Slave representation between suffering and pity


16:20
Anica Nießner (Department of Art History)
Graffiti and inscriptions in Dutch church interiors of the 17th century


from 16:40
Conclusion with pretzels and wine


Organization: Prof. Andreas Wagner (Vice Dean of the Department)

Research in architecture - a cross-section

2nd Doctoral Colloquium of the KIT Department of Architecture

Tuesday, 08 May 2018
Green Grotto, Architecture Building (20.40)

A striking feature of the Department of Architecture is its different disciplines, each with very specific content and methodology. Accordingly, the research approaches also differ, ranging from fundamental questions about architecture and its history, to the development of new methods, models and technologies, to concrete applications in planning and building practice. The doctoral colloquium is intended to provide an insight into this broad spectrum of topics and the methodological diversity of research at our department.
Doctoral students of the department will present the current status of their dissertation in short lectures and answer questions from the audience. The aim is to promote discourse among the academic mid-level department and at the same time to generate ideas for scientific work - also among Master's students. The event will be accompanied by a poster exhibition of doctoral theses in progress at the department. This time, an introductory workshop will address questions of research funding. Doctoral students and academic staff as well as Master students of the department are invited.


Programme:

11:00 a.m.
Workshop: Research and doctoral studies at the Department of Architecture.
The workshop addresses questions about research funding: What funding opportunities and facilities are there? How does one apply for funding? Who can support you? The discussion will be accompanied by impulse contributions from the department and KIT-FOR.

For better planning, please register by mail to Prof. Wagner
(wagner∂kit.edu) for better planning.


12:30 - 14 h
Lunch break, viewing of the poster exhibition


14:00
Introduction to the colloquium(Andreas Wagner)


14:10 h
Steffen Kunkel(Department of Building Theory)
Gottfried Böhm - The pilgrimage church Maria, Queen of Peace. A Contemporary Contemplation


14:30 h
Martin Kunz(Department of Architectural Theory)
Otto Ernst Schweizer as a teacher and theoretician


14:50 h
Susanne Gerstberger(Department of Landscape Architecture)
Biosphere + City
The "Biosphere City" as a sustainable urban model - target definition and urban development strategies under the premise of the predicate "UNESCO Biosphere Reserve".
Example Biosphere Reserve Lanzarote, Spain.


3:10 pm
Mohammad Emara(Department of International Urbanism)
Urban parks as medium for cultural expression - Cairo


15:30 - 16:00
Break, viewing of the poster exhibition


16:00
Mona Leidig(Department of Art History)
The Potential of the Latent. Psycho-physical Modes of Experience in the Art of Teresa Margolles and Gregor Schneider


16:20
Giorgia Spigliantini(Politecnico di Torino)
Heritage conservation and energy retrofit of historical buildings. A preservative methodology focused on building operation


16:40
Felix Heisel(Department of Sustainable Building)
Architectural design in the circular economy


5:00 p.m.
Sebastian Ebertshäuser(Department of Building Lifecycle Management)
Approach for rule-based multi-scale analysis and testing of virtual system models in the context of integral planning


from 17:30 h
Conclusion with pretzels and wine


Organization: Prof. Andreas Wagner (Vice Dean of the Department)

Research in architecture - a cross-section

1st Doctoral Colloquium of the KIT Department of Architecture

Tuesday, 10 October 2017
Green Grotto, Architecture Building (20.40)

A striking feature of the Department of Architecture is its different disciplines, each with very specific content and methodology. Consequently, research approaches also differ, ranging from fundamental questions about architecture and its history, to the development of new methods, models and technologies, to concrete applications in planning and building practice. The doctoral colloquium is intended to provide an insight into this broad spectrum of topics and the methodological diversity of research at our department.

Doctoral students of the department will present the current status of their dissertation in short lectures and answer questions from the audience. The aim is to promote discourse among the academic mid-level department and at the same time to generate ideas for scientific work - whether in the form of new topics or with regard to the application of methods. The event will be accompanied by a poster exhibition of all doctoral theses currently in progress at the department. An introductory workshop will address issues such as topic identification, entry and choice of methods, support as well as accompanying measures. Doctoral students and academic staff as well as master students of the department are invited.

Program:

11:00 a.m.
Workshop: Research and doctoral studies at the Department of Architecture.
The workshop addresses questions related to doctoral studies: How do I find (m)a topic? Which method(s) do I use best? How do I plan and organise a doctoral project? How do I finance my doctoral thesis? What support is available? What role does my supervisor, my field, the scientific community play?
The discussion will be accompanied by keynote speeches by:
-Dr. Ulrike Fischer (Department of Building Construction and Design)
-Dr. Martin Berchtold (formerly of the Department of Urban Neighborhood Planning, participant in the doctoral program of Prof. Markus Neppl)
-Prof. Dr. Riklef Rambow (Department of Architectural Communication)
-Karlsruhe House of Young Scientists (KHYS)

For better planning, please register by mail to Prof. Andreas Wagner(wagner∂kit.edu).

12:30 - 14 h
Lunch break, viewing of the poster exhibition

14:00
Introduction to the colloquium (Andreas Wagner)

14:10
Manuela Gantner (Department of Architectural Theory)
Atomic images in art and architecture - the work of Rolf Lederbogen in a cultural-historical, socio-political, technological and media-historical context

14:30
Oriana Kraemer (Department of Architectural Communication)
eParticipation in Urban Planning - Communicative Use and Effects of Digital Participation Instruments

2:50 p.m.
Michael Kleber (Department of Building Physics & Technical Finishing)
Investigations on user comfort under warm and humid indoor conditions

3:10 p.m.
Falk Schneemann (Department of Building Construction and Design)
The high-rise building as a fabric of design and technology. High-rise buildings in West Germany from 1945 to 1980

15:30 - 16:00
Break, viewing of the poster exhibition

16:00
Aline Vanessa Bruand (Department of Art History)
Garry Winogrand's photography - between existence and dissolution

16:20
Nikolaus Koch (Department of Architectural History)
The Construction History of the Freiburg Cathedral Tower

4:40 p.m.
Janna Hohn (Department of Urban Neighborhood Planning)
The disappearance of the urban backsides

17:00 h
Julia Frantseva (Department of International Urban Planning)
Strategies of Revitalization in Mass Housing Areas of Post-Soviet Ukraine: Adoption of the best German practices

from 17:30 h
Conclusion with pretzels and wine


Organization: Prof. Andreas Wagner (Vice Dean of the Department)