— 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering DeSIRE Designing Systems for Informed Resilience Engineering Project Leader (TUD A+BE): Prof Arjan van Timmeren, Prof Ellen van Bueren Principal Investigator TUD A+BE: Dr Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin (A+BE project coordination) 16 new tenure track positions at 12 faculties across all four technical universities of 4TU Period: 2018-2023 Funding: 4TU Partners: Water Envoy Henk Ovink, Ministry of Infrastructure and Watermanagement, Waterboard Vechtstromen, NG Infra (incl. Schiphol Group, Port of Rotterdam, Rijkswaterstaat, ProRail, Alliander, Vitens), Arcadis and CARE Nederland.

 

MOOC Nature Based Metropolitan Solutions TUD/ AMS Massive Open Online Course on Nature Based Solutions / Landscape Urbanism Project Leader: Dr Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin (overall project coordination) Principal Investigator/ Researcher: Filippo LaFleur Project Manager/ Researcher: Geert van der Meulen Period: 2018-2019 Funding: AMS Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions Partners:  AMS Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions, UNESCO-IHE. —  NEXT – Extremes / Constructed Natures Next generation infrastructure design under conditions of extremes Project Leaders: Dr Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin (overall project coordination) / Dr Fransje Hooimeijer  Principal Investigator/ Researcher: Filippo LaFleur Period: 2018-2019 Funding: DIMI Delft Deltas, Infrastructure & Mobility Initiative, AMS Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions Partners:  Delta Programme, College van Rijksadviseurs, Gemeente Rotterdam,  Gemeente Amsterdam, AMS Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions, Deltares, UNESCO-IHE.

 

—  Adaptive Urban Transformation (AUT) Territorial governance, spatial strategy and urban landscape dynamics in the Pearl River Delta Project Leaders: Dr Steffen Nijhuis (TUD), Prof Yimin Sun (SCUT), Prof Eckart Lange (UoS). The project team consists of about 12-15 professors, post-doc’s and PhD-candidates. Period: 2018-2021 Principal Investigator TUD/Post Doc: Dr Daniele Canatella Funding: NSFC, NWO and EPSRC Sustainable Deltas Program (grant no. ALWSD 2016.013)

 

—  The Port and the Fall of Icarus The Port and the Fall of Icarus is part of the extended program of the Dutch Pavilion, ‘Work, Body, Leisure’, curated by Marina Otero Verzier for the 16th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia 2018. A project by: Dr Hamed Khosravi, Dr Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin, Filippo LaFleur In collaboration with: Miles Gertler, Baktash Sarang Javanbakht, Alessandro Pedron Modelling and design assistant: Mariapaola Michelotto Graphic design (posters): b-r-u-n-o.it Documentation: Igreg Studio Publisher (book): Humboldt Books, Photographic essays: Giovanna Silva Commissioned by: Het Nieuwe Instituut, produced in collaboration with and supported by Creative Industries Fund NL Concessioner: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Department of Urbanism, TUDelft Period: 2018-2019 Intellectual and financial support: Creative Industries Fund NL, Port of Rotterdam, Port of Venice, LDE Center for Metropolis and Mainport, TU Delft DIMI– Delft Deltas, Infrastructures & Mobility Initiative, and L’Ermitage.

 

—  ShoreScape Sustainable co-evolution of the natural and built environment along sandy shores Project Leaders: Dr Steffen Nijhuis (TUD) / Prof Kathelijne Wijnberg (UT, overall project coordination). The total project team consists of about 8 professors, post-doc’s and PhD-candidates. PhD-candidate: Ir Janneke van Bergen Supervison: Prof Han Meyer, Dr Steffen Nijhuis Period: 2017-2022 Funding: NWO Top Sector Water Program