I teach courses to undergraduate, Master’s and doctoral students in urban planning, geography, architecture, and civil engineering on sustainable urban development, urban infrastructure, research methods, and related topics. All of my teaching follows a transdisciplinary, research-led approach that makes tangible connections between urban theory and practice.

Below is a list of courses that I have developed and taught over the years:


  • Infrastructure and Urban Change
  • Sustainable Urbanism
  • Urban Futures
  • Engineering Ethics
  • Nanotechnology and Science Revolution
  • Thesis Supervision


  • Urban Infrastructure
  • Theory of Science and Research Methodology for Planning and Design
  • Topics in Sustainable Development
  • Urban Development and Planning
  • Thesis Supervision


  • Future Energy Challenges
  • Individual Literature Course in Urban and Regional Studies
  • Project in Urban and Regional Studies
  • Seminars in Planning and Decision Analysis
  • Thesis Supervision