Keynote Speakers Cross-Border Landscape Forum 2020
Dr Anja Brüll: Planning and managing landscapes across international borders
Lessons learnt from the Three Countries Park between Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands
April 22, 2020 at 09 30
Dr. Anja Brüll graduated as landscape planner from Technical University of Berlin. After training in project and business management at the European Academy of Women in Politics and Economy, she founded her studio Aquatectura in 2002 and worked as independent landscape consultant, designer and researcher in various projects from local to international scale. Her expertise covers sustainable landscape development, integrated water
management, circular economy, green infrastructure, renewable energy, glass architecture and land art. Anja Brüll received her PhD at the Leuphana University Lüneburg with a focus on Landscape Quality Management. She co-authored the ESPON study Landscape Policy for the Three Countries Park (LP3LP) as a researcher at Institute of Landscape Architecture of RWTH Aachen University. Since 2014 she has been working as project leader of the Three Countries Park in Euregio Meuse-Rhine.
Marek Dinka: Spatial Development across an International Border
Lessons learnt from BAUM – a joint initiative of Bratislava, Lower Austria and Burgenland
April 22, 2020, 11 00
Mag. rer. nat. Marek Dinka studied Geography and Spatial Planning at the University of Vienna in Austria and at the University of Münster in Germany. During his university studies, he conducted a professional internship at the Municipal Department 18 – Urban Development and Planning of the City of Vienna. He has been working at the Spatial Planning Division of the City of Bratislava since 2009 and as its director since 2019. Within the division, he worked at the Department for Coordination of Territorial Systems (2009-2014) and the Department of Land-Use Planning Document Procurement (2015-2018). He was project manager of the lead partner in the cross-border BAUM project (Bratislava Territorial Management) (2011-2014) and he is the specialist supervisor of the lead partner of the Interreg project BAUM 2020 (2017-2020).