Habitat Unit

Associated Researcher

Matthew Dalrymple

Matt Dalrymple Portrait


Room A 409
T + 49 – 30 – 314 – 21908 
F + 49 – 30 – 314 – 21907

Curriculum Vitae

Matt Dalrymple has been a design engineer and project manager for the Green City, Clean Waters program in Philadelphia, USA. He joined the Habitat Unit in 2019. He studied Civil Engineering at Columbia University in New York, and Philosophy at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. In 2019, he was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to pursue research on Urban Design at the Habitat Unit. He is currently supporting the research project PolyUrbanWaters.

Matt’s research focuses on urban planning and urban design, water resource management, environmental design, participatory planning, and regional development.


2011  2016
Dual Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts Degree Program

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (B.Sc.), Columbia University, New York, NY, USA

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Science, Technology and Society (B.A.), Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, USA

Employment History+

Since December 2019
Fulbright Scholar
Habitat Unit, TU Berlin

2018 – 2019
Design Volunteer
Community Design Collaborative, Design Grants and Services, Philadelphia, PA

2016 – 2018
Green Infrastructure Design Engineer and Project Manager
Philadelphia Water Department, Green Infrastructure Unit, Philadelphia, PA


Refereed articles

(2018) Journal of Physics Communications, Formation of the n=0 Landau level in hybrid graphene

Grants, Awards and Fellowships+

2019 – 2020
Fulbright Fellowship
J. William Fulbright Program, United States Department of State

First Place
American Planning Association Student Essay Contest

Kakehashi Fellowship Recipient
Consulate General of Japan

2014 – 2016
Dean’s List
Columbia University, New York, NY

First Place
New York State AAPT Conference,Poughkeepsie, NY