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Abd Elwahed
(Prof. Dr. Dietrich Henckel)
Analytical study on the tourist development associated with the historic Islamic sites"- Case study “village of Elsheikh Ebada- “El_Minia” governorate-Egypt.

Ammar Al Ammareen
(Prof. Dr. Uwe Tröger)
Groundwater Exploration in the Jurassic Karst System West of Damascus, Uni Aleppo

Alireza Shahmohammadpour
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Die Entwicklung der sasanidischen Architektur von Bishapour, Provinz Fars, Südiran.

Axel Schuhmann
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Der 'Zentralbau' in Resafa-Sergiupolis (Syrien). Bauarchäologische Untersuchungen einer frühchristlichen Kathedrale.

Ayman Yourieh
(Prof. Dr. Reinhard Hinkelmann)
Simulation urbaner Gewässer

Canan Sagnak
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Eine Analyse der osmanischen Hamamarchitektur der Fatih-Dekade in Istanbul - Ein Vorschlag zur Wiedernutzung eines Hamams in seiner ursprünglichen Form am Beispiel des Küçük Mustafa Pasa Hamams.

Celik Nilay
(Prof. Dr. Yuri Petryna)
Damage-oriented design criteria for earthquake-resistant concrete structures.

Claudia Lacher

(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Architektonische Entwicklung frühdynastischer Königsgräber in Ägypten. Das Felsengrab des Ninetjer in Saqqara und das Grubengrab des Peribsen in Abydos.

Christoph Konrad
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Resafa - Rusafat Hisham. Die Paläste des Kalifen Hisham ibn 'Abd al-Malik. Archäologie - Baugeschichte - Topographie

Damoun Vahabi Moghaddam
(Prof. Elke Pahl-Weber)
Achieving Sustainable Urban Form for The Young Cities of Tomorrow - Analytical Study of Design and Planning Methodologies in Developing Energy Efficient Urban Fabric for the Young Cities Neighboring the Megacities of Tomorrow: The Case of Tehran-Karaj Region, Iran

Dietmar Kurapkat
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack) Die Architektur von Sondergebäuden des akeramischen Neolithikums auf dem Göbekli Tepe in Obermesopotamien unter Berücksichtigung angrenzender Regionen des östlichen Mittelmeerraumes und Vorderasiens.

Effatolsadat Shahriari
(Prof. Elke Pahl-Weber)
Transformation (Metamorphosis) of Open Spaces in Iranian Contemporary City: Isfahan

Fidaa Hlal
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Die Königsgruft - Qatna/ Syrien. Von der Spurensuche zur praktischen Anwendung.

Ghazaleh S. Hossein Jasbi
(Prof. Dr. Rudolf Schäfer)
Analyzing Potentials and Challenges for the Municipality in Iran to Act as a Key Facilitator for an Energy Efficient Urban Fabric: With Special Focus on the New Town of Hashtgerd.

Kamran Naeiji
(Prof. Dr. Klaus Rückert)
Design of green buildings in hot and dry urban areas - focusing on cooling performance improvement

Karla Börner
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Die Wohnhausarchitektur der Altstadt von Tripoli/ Libanon 1800-1920. Bauhistorische Untersuchungen von Wohnhäusern in ihrem stadträumlichen, zeitgeschichtlichen und familienbezogenen Kontext.

Kasra Shafiei
(Prof. Dr. Bernd Hillemeier)
Elektromagnetismus auf Zementerhärtung.

Mahta Mirmoghtadee
(Prof. Elke Pahl-Weber)
An investigation to determine characteristics of appropriate urban form for optimization of energy consumption-the case study of Hashtgerd New Town (Iran)

Mahmoudreza Khalili
(Prof. Dr. Rudolf Schäfer)
Urban and Regional Planning and the Energy Efficiency Purposes – Case of Tehran-Karaj Region in Iran

Mehdi Javadi
(Prof. Dr. Rudolf Schäfer)
The Experiences with and the Legal Basis of Urban Planning in Iran The Legal Backbones for Energy Efficient and Environmentally Friendly Urban Fabrics

Mike Schnelle
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Mohamed El Zareef (Prof. Dr. Mike Schlaich) Conceptual and Structural Design of Buildings made from Lightweight and Infra-Lightweight Concrete

Mohammadreza Parvizi
(Prof. Elke Pahl-Weber)
Modeling and monitoring and simulation for transformations in one city by using G.I.S.
Mohammadreza Shirazi (Prof. Elke Pahl-Weber) Towards Sustainable Critical Regionalism in New Towns of Iran. Identity, Culture, and Tectonics; The Case of Hashtgerd-Tehran

Moritz Kinzel

(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Frühjungsteinzeitliches Bauen in Südjordanien Die PPNB-Architekturen von Shaqarat Mazi´ad und Ba´ja

Ibrahim Salman
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Der 'Zentralbau' in Resafa-Sergiupolis (Syrien)

Marcus Schadl
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Kabul. Das traditionelle afghanische Stadtwesen am Beispiel von Asheqan wa Arefan.

Musab Shamma
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Engagement of elements of arcitectural, artwork, traditional and local heritage in public and modern structures

Omar Mohie

(Prof. Dr. Reinhard Hinkelmann)
Detention Pond

Sven Wallasch

(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Zur Sicherung, Konservierung und Rekonstruktion islamischer Ziegelbauten Mittelasiens im 20. Jahrhundert: Zustand, Materialität und Authentizität von Architekturdenkmälern der Altstadt Samarkands am Beispiel der Nekropole Shah-i-Sinda und der Medresen des Registanplatzes.

Telli Golkar
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Der "Große Bazar" von Tabriz, Iran. Bauforschung und Entwicklung eines denkmalgerechten Erhaltungskonzepts der historischen Marktanlage

Tooska Mosavat
(Prof. Dr. Peter Herrle)
Participatory Urban Rehabilitation - the Role of CSOs in Tehran, Iran.

Ulrike Siegel
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Die Residenz des Kalifen Harun ar-Rashid in ar-Raqqa/ar-Rafiqa, Syrien. Bearbeitung der von Prof. Dr. Michael Meinecke (†) in den Jahren 1982-1993 durchgeführten Grabung.
Wannous Manal (Prof. Dr. Uwe Tröger) IWRM in a suburb of Damascus.

Youssef el-Khoury
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Vernacular Rural Residential Architecture in Lebanon revisited: Additions and Transformations.

Finalized Dissertations

Ahmad, Ariane (2004)
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Das Hofhaus in Syrien und seine regionalen Ausprägungen (Sack/Cramer, beide TU-Berlin).

Albert Distelrath (2008)
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Planen und Bauen im historischen Kontext. Zur Entwicklung von Raum- und Lebensformen des türkischen Dorfes Kapikiri auf dem Gebiet der antiken Stadt Herakleia am Latmos in Karien, Westtürkei.

Anne Mollenhauer (2005)
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Städtische Mittelhallenhäuser in Großsyrien - lokale und überregionale Einflüsse auf eine Bauform (Sack, TU Berlin/Meyer, Universität Frankfurt/Main).

Eyas Al-Khatheeb (2008)
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Masonry in the crusaders castles in Syria.

Peter Irenäus Schneider (2005)
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Die Rizq-Moschee in Hasankeyf, Osttürkei (Hoffmann BTU Cottbus-DAI Istanbul/Sack TU Berlin).

Ralph Bodenstein (2007)
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Westernizing/Orientalising/Modernizing the House? Developments of the Domestic Architecture in Beirut between 1860-1920, (Sack,TU Berlin/Wild, Universität Bonn).

Renate Barcsay-Regner (2005)
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Der Tempel von Muschennef (Sack/Cramer, beide TU Berlin).

Saleh, Wael (2003)
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Das Zentralhallenhaus in Amman. Versuch einer Darstellung des traditionellen Wohnhauses auf der Grundlage der architektonischen und gesellschaftlichen Entwicklung des 19. und 20. Jh. im Nahen Osten (Herrle/Sack, beide TU-Berlin).

Stefan Weber (2002)
(Prof. Dr. Dorothée Sack)
Zeugnisse kulturellen Wandels. Stadt, Architektur und Gesellschaft des spätosmanischen Damaskus im Umbruch (1808-1918) (Krämer FU Berlin/Sack TU Berlin).

Marzieh Torabi: Public place as a stage for social life - The relationship between public places & social events. Comparing two case studies in Iran & Germany

Name of doctoral student: Marzieh Torabi
Name and chair of supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gabi Dolff-Bonekaemper
Proposed date for submission: 2012
Email address: marzieh_tt@yahoo.com
Phone: 017662272273

Abstract: The story of the city and its life is complex, challenging and extraordinary. It’s a story that binds the lives and destinies of all inhabitants. The durability and development of the city is, in a way, in debt to these citizens; who utilize the city on the basis of legal, financial, cultural, political and social systems and mechanisms that ensure individual and collective interests. To this end, the city is a focal point of “exchange opportunities” as well as a “repository of a common history”.How these opportunities and memories are being remembered by each community member, leads us to a set of city events. Events in which the citizens are telling their history of togetherness, and are also reconstructing and recoding it. Events which are occurring in the urban public scene – public place – and reflects the ideas, attitudes and demands of those who have held these events up or being a part of that. Public place is not only a place with access for all, or a place facilitated by the public sector. Nor is it a leftover of private ownership. It is a place for our imperative social collective life, which clarifies how much and in which way we belong to the community. Public space is akin to a stage in which process of disorientation and reorientation of community structure can be observed; even those which belong to the past, such as monuments and commemorations, as well as those of the present regarding our individual and collective daily life events. Also, it is like a shadow theater, in which what is played could almost be our common future. The key questions of this research are: Who builds public space? What is the definition of public and a public place especially in different types of societies? How much public makes the public place in different societies? What are the elements and tools for social life in public place? Which kind of events, commemorations and activities are organized in public places, and by whom? This dissertation explores answers to these questions under the general title of an intersecting point of design issues and social-cultural-politic acts and events in public realm – synchronic and diachronic. This research is a type of “inter-disciplinary” research, which will follow the main questions in the fields of Sociology, History and Urban Design. In addition, research data will be provided based on library and field study on cases with “qualitative research” methods and “comprehensive approaches” to build environment. Various techniques will be used to gather qualitative data, including: group discussion, storytelling and participation in events and/or cyber community.

Shabnam Teimourtash: Principles of a sustainable climate-efficient architecture in the arid region of Iran with consideration of traditional architecture using the example of residential buildings in „Hashtgerd New Town“

Name of doctoral student: Shabnam Teimourtash

Name and chair of supervisor: Prof. Dr. Rudolf Schäfer

Proposed date for submission: January 2012

 

Abstract to follow soon

Hassan ElMouelhi: Towards Culture based approach for urban development intervention: The case of Cairo Informal Settlements

Name of doctoral student: Hassan El Mouelhi
Name and chair of supervisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Herrle
Proposed date for submission: Mid 2012
Email address: hassan_mouelhi@hotmail.com
Phone: 015777664758

Abstract: The United Nations Millennium Declaration in Target 11 has the modest ambition of achieving by 2020: “A significant improvement in the lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers”. It is argued that “Cairo informal settlements” are dealt with collectively, either by the government, developers, or by other Cairo “formal districts tenants”, this results in the unsatisfying of “informal” communities, sometimes feeling marginalized, and stigmatized. It is argued also that those dwellers behave in their environment without any regulations or control. The legitimacy of controlling the relations between the people and their behaviors in the built environment is controlled by certain “hidden rules” deduced from the different subcultures of the dwellers as user groups, and due to the impact of their physical environments on their behaviors. The relation of such areas to their urban context in Cairo city might explain some behaviors. In addition, dwellers from rural areas -upper or Lower Egypt- are living together with other dwellers from other Cairo districts in a certain mechanism, which influences their lifestyle. Studying cultural aspects of informal settlements demands to critically assess and reflect the work of various academic disciplines. The debate about the relevance of culture to urban development is grounded in several disciplines, mainly “Urban sociology”, “Urban Anthropology” or “Urban Ethnography”, “Environment behavioural studies”, “Cultural Studies”, “Environmental psychology” and “Informality”. Hence, crossing through theories and methods of different interrelated disciplines, using their various techniques could benefit the understanding of residents’ culture in this research field. In the context of “Urban Cairo” discourse, residents’ behaviors within their urban spaces in their daily life still need to be analyzed, then being understood. This research is aiming to set up the relation between Cairo Informal Areas’ spaces, its residents’ culture -meaning mainly beliefs and norms- through analyzing behaviors, based on different theoretical socio-anthropological approaches and a case study.

Keywords:
Cairo, Informal settlements, urbanism, Culture, subculture, lifestyle, residents’ behaviors, urban space, urban ethnography.

 

Manoochehr Moazzami: Interaction between “Culture” and “Architecture” Recognition of effective cultural factors on Iranian architecture in the contemporary era

Name of doctoral student: Manoochehr Moazzami

Name and chair of supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gabi Dolff-Bonekämper

Proposed date for submission: Sep. 2011

Email address: m.moazzami@ut.ac.ir

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