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Dr. rer. nat. Martina Artmann

Postdoc Researcher

Phone +49 351 46 79 231
M.Artmann[im]ioer.de

Research Interests

  • Systemic solutions for sustainable urban development
  • Urban ecosystem services and green infrastructure
  • Urban human-nature interactions
  • Urban agriculture and edible cities
  • Urban deep ecology

      Professional Experience

      Since 2015

      Postdoc researcher, Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER), Dresden, Germany

      06/2010–
      06/2015

      Researcher at the Research Group Urban and Landscape Ecology, University Salzburg, Austria

      Education

      01/2012–
      01/2015

      Doctoral studies. University Salzburg, Department Geography and Geology, Austria & Bavarian Academy for Nature Protection and Rural Conservation (ANL), Laufen, Germany; Dissertation topic: "Efficient urban soil sealing management. A system application for analyzing and assessing responses, strategies and targets towards sustainable development." Funded by the German Environmental Foundation (DBU)
      (www.dbu.de/stipendien_20011/149_db.html)
      Degree: Dr. rer. nat;

      10/2007–
      03/2010

      Master programme: Landscape, Regional and Urban Management. University Salzburg, Austria (specialization: international development, regional management and city marketing)
      Degree: Master of science, MSc

      10/2003–
      02/2007

      Bachelor programme: Agricultural Science. University Hohenheim, Germany (specification: economics and social sciences of agriculture)
      Degree: Bachelor of science, BSc

      Projects

      Future Town Dresden, funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF), (Duration: 2019-2021)

      meinGrün - Information and navigation to urban green spaces in cities, funded by German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI), (Duration: 2018-2021)


      Projects funded by the German Research Foundation DFG
      (as applicant):
      Edible Cities - Assessing urban greening strategies as systemic solutions for social challenges of urbanization. Development of a conceptual evaluation framework and experimenting with using the example of edible cities in Germany. (research grant, AR 1121/1-1) (Duration: 2017-2019)

      IOER postdoc-project:
      Urban human-environmental interactions. Efficient strategies for building sustainable cities of tomorrow. (Duration: 2015-2019)

      Projects before IOER (PDF)

      Memberships

      Since 2018: Review Editor for Land Use Dynamics, Frontiers in Environmental Science

      Board member of the China Centre for Urban Ecology (CCUE)

      Board member of the Society for Urban Ecology (SURE)

      Awards and scholarships

      10/2013

      Student Award by the German Section of the International Association of Landscapes Ecology (IALE-D) for best thesis in the field of landscape ecology

      01/2012–
      12/2014

      Doctoral scholarship, Federal Foundation for the Environment (DBU)  
         

      08/2011

      Fellowship for a stay abroad (China), University Salzburg

      08/2005

      Fellowship for a stay abroad (New Zealand), DAAD

      Teaching

      2017, 2018

      Visiting Professor, teaching in the course "Multi-criteria environmental assessment", Master program "Integrated Environmental Impact Assessment", University Bucharest, Romania

      2018

      Master course, project study "Edible city: challenges and chances of implementation on the example of Dresden", Technical Dresden, Germany

      Summer term
      2017

      "Urban nature: Analysis and assessment of urban ecosystem services in Salzburg, Austria",  module: "Spatial Development Project", master course "Spatial Development and Natural Resource Management", TU Dresden

      Winter term
      2018/2019
      2017/2018,
      2016/2017

      Seminar "Urban Ecology - Open Space Planning", module "Landscape and Open Space Planning",  master course "Spatial Development and Natural Resource Management", TU Dresden


      Summer term
      2019

      "meinGrün. Information and navigation to green spaces in cities", master course "Spatial Development and Natural Resource Management", TU Dresden

      Reviewer

      Cities, Ecosystem Services, Ecological Indicators, Environmental Research, Environmental Science & Policy, Landscape and Urban Planning, Landscape Ecology, Sustainability, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening

      Important publications in international reviewed journals before July 2015

      List of the publications before IOER (PDF)