ULM/GER | 26.09.2019
KIT, Karlsruhe, DE
Kerstin Gothe is an architect, urban planner and is professor emeritus at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. She was head of the Department of Regional Planning and Development of Rural Areas and is an expert in rural and peri-urban areas. She established many innovative development perspectives for remote areas and worked as political consultant and independent advisor for various municipalities and communities.
During her academic career, Kerstin organised a sequence of academic conferences on architectural culture and innovation in the periphery. She was a board member of the German Academy for Urban and Regional Spatial Planning (DASL) and has worked as urban planning professional and policy maker for several municipal administrations. In 2013 she has conducted an applied research on urban voids and development options for rural areas in cooperation between German authorities and the Seoul National University. Foto: A.Stolz
She will be part of the panel COMPACT + PRODUCTIVE at the Urban Land Conference.
Kerstin Gothe at KIT