Person

Yashar Hosseinzadeh Naghadeh

M. Sc.
Staff Foto
Chair for Urban Design and Institute for Urban Design and European Urbanism

Address

Building: Seminargebäude

Room: SG 303

Wüllnerstraße 5b

52062 Aachen

 

Main fields of research and education

  • Stylistic trends in modern and Traditional of Dubai, Armenian, and Iranian architecture.
  • Design Healthy Efficient and Sustainable Buildings
  • Vernacular architecture, Traditional architecture
  • Climate change and built environment
  • Renewable Energy Systems, Net Zero Energy Building, LEED (Leadership Environmental Energy Design)
  • Reviews of Potentials and Criteria of sustainable architecture design
  • The necessity to improve the level of urban public space
  • Principles of sustainable architecture design
  • Planning for smart cities and environmental sustainability
  • An Anthropology of Urbanism and anthropology in public health

Academic Career

2019 to Present: Ph.D. candidate at RWTH Aachen University, Faculty of Architecture, Chair of Urban Design and Institute for Urban Design and European Urbanism Design and European Urbanism
2018 - 2019: Sabbatical Leaves, the Faculty of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund University
2011 - 2018: Ph.D. in Architecture (Theory of Architecture)
Thesis title: Traditionalism and Sustainable Relevance in Contemporary Architecture of Dubai
At the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia (NAS)
2013 - 2018: Instructor: public university, Payame Noor University, Azad University: in course name: Architecture design studio (1,2,3,4,5 ) project Related to Residential Buildings, Public Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Highrise Buildings and Healthcare facilities ( Medical spaces) design
2009 - 2011: Master of Architecture and Design, National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia
2004 - 2008: Bachelor of Architecture, National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia

Dissertation Title

Investigation environmental epidemiology and renewable energy: Their Effects on Smart City Infrastructure, Ensure healthy lives (Case of study Toronto and European Green Capital –Essen 2017)