Professor Vincent Nadin (PI) is Professor of Spatial Planning and Strategy. His main research interest is comparative planning systems.
Azadeh Arjomand Kermani is a postdoctoral researcher, and will soon defend her PhD on Urban Design Strategies in Iranian Historic City Cores.
Wout van der Toorn Vrijthoff is a researcher specialised in Real Estate & Housing
Gerdy Verschuure-Stuip is assistant professor landscape architecture and heritage, working on various topics in the field of heritage (and history) of city and landscapes.
Professor John Pendlebury (PI) is head of the School of Architecture Planning and Landscape. His research mostly focuses on conservation values and social purpose and the way this translates into strategies of management.
Professor Geoff Vigar is Professor of Urban Planning and Director of Research. His research focuses on plan-making in theory and practice, and institutional design questions in making spatial strategies.
Dr. Loes Veldpaus is Research Associate at the School of Architecture Planning and Landscape. Her research is focused on the landscape approach in urban management and the role of cultural heritage in smart urban transformation.
Professor Mark Scott is Professor in the School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy. His research interests are in the broad area of environmental and land-use planning.
Dr. Declan Redmond is lecturer in the School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy. His research interests revolve around housing and planning, urban regeneration, the politics and governance of planning and conservation policy and practice.
Dr. Arthur Parkinson is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Policy. His research interests revolve around design, planning, and conservation policy and practice.
Professor Enrico Fontanari is Professor of Urban and Landscape Design and Planning at the University IUAV of Venice (Italy). His academic work focusses on spatial planning, urban design, architectural heritage conservation, and landscape.
Remi Wacogne is a PhD candidate in Regional Planning and Public Policy at IUAV. His thesis will focus on the mechanisms which led and succeeded to the listing of the garden city area of Marghera as urban heritage.
Prof. Dag Kittang is professor at the Department of Architectural Design, History and Technology.