Dr. Bettina Hamann
Room HBS 112
T + 49 – 30 – 314 – 21468
F + 49 – 30 – 314 – 27323
Dr. Bettina Hamann has been the program manager of the Urban management program since 2005. Bettina studied landscape planning and landscape ecology at the Universität für Bodenkultur, Vienna, and landscape design at the University of Manchester. In 2007, she completed her doctoral dissertation, "Ecologic and socio-economic developments at the Southern fringe of the Dsungarian Basin, Xinjiang, China, in the late 20th century" at the TU Berlin. The research for her PhD was carried out in collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Urumqi, China.
Bettina Hamann has developed and organised approximately 20 tailor-made short training courses for international experts in the field of planning and environment. All of these were externally funded, mainly by German and European institutions of development cooperation. These courses focused mainly on questions of waste, water and transport management, urban ecology, urban conservation and good governance. She prepared the first intake of the international Urban management Masters program in the year 2005 and has since been responsible for this postgraduate Masters course.
1999 – 2006
Doctorate of Engineering (Dr.-Ing.), TU Berlin
(Thesis) Ecologic and socio-economic developments at the Southern fringe of the Dsungarian Basin, Xinjiang, China, in the late 20th century. (Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Johannes Küchler, Prof. Dr. Peter Herrle).
1993 – 1994
Landscape design, University of Manchester, Great Britain
1987 – 1994
Diploma in Landscape ecology and landscape planning (Dipl.-Ing), Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, Austria
1986 – 1988
Chinese studies and anthropology, Universität Wien, Austria
Urban management Masters course, TU Berlin
2000 – 2005
Chair Landscape History, Prof. Dr. Johannes Küchler
Organisation of short courses for international experts
1994 – 1999
Landscape architecture offices, Berlin