Supervision MSc & Post-MSc graduation projects

MSc and Post-MSc graduation thesis

92. Esmee van Eeden (2021, ongoing) Haringvliet revisited

91. Yayun Gao (2021, ongoing) Colored Water-A landscape-based approach combining water safety issues with the development of the cultural Batik industry works, Pekalongan, Indonesia

90. Yu Liu (2021, ongoing) Eco-cooperation landscape

89. Yun Sun (2021, ongoing) Restoration and Revival of Tonghu Area

88. Kailun Qi (2021, ongoing) Xichong: Evolution with the sea

87. Yu Zheng (2021, ongoing) Live BY water. Explore the potential of historic canal system in Guangzhou for adaptive and resilient urban development through landscape infrastructure design

86. Yigang Lee (2021, ongoing) The street market as condition to reactivate public space (EMU)

85. Yu-Wen Lin (2021, ongoing) Adaptive Thames River Landscape. Towards transitional flood risk management in anticipation of to extreme climate crisis (EMU)


84. Jiajun Wu (2020) Water resilient and adaptive development of Pazhou island

83. Tapasya Mukkamala (2020) Mediating Waterscapes. [Re]activating the flood vulnerable kampung communities along the Ciliwung river through “Adaptable landscape and water management strategies and design"

82. Yijing Li (2020) Water resilient industrial transformation

81. Linyu Qu (2020) Redefine the border of water. Exploring the potential of the Grand Canal as a backbone for adaptive & resilient urban development in Tongzhou

80. Yanjiao Wang (2020) Forest landscape restoration for climate-adaptive estates in the Baakse Beek region, Gelderland

79. Yingjie Zhang (2020) Climate Resilient Estate Landscape in Baakse Beek: Towards a landscape architecture approach for water management, ecology, and spatial experience

78. Huiying Liu (2020) Integrated Nodal Estate Landscape: reconnecting Baakse Beek brook ecosystem and recreation through Estate Landscape Development

77. Ming Jiang (2020) Estate Space: exploring the spatial-visual relationships in the estate landscape of Gelders Arcadia

76. James A. MacDonald-Nelson (2020) Planning for Uncertainty. Adaptation Strategies for Agricultural Self-Reliance in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada (EMU)

75. Karel van Oordt Montalvo (2020) Amazon way: Territorial Co-creation for Life in the Peruvian Amazon Waterway (EMU)


74. Simin Chen (2019) Tomorrow rural land: vitalize Chinese idle homestead land through long-stay rural leisure development

73. Sindhuja Janakiraman (2019) Informal NATURES. Landscape infrastructure design for resilient, equitable and adaptable socio-ecological systems in CapeTown

72. Iris van Driel (2019) Biscayne bay: Turn the tide: An integrated landscape approach for coastal restoration in Biscayne Bay through spatial and ecological interventions

71. Xudong Zhang (2019) From Line to Zone: Transforming the Miami River & Canal into Urban Landscape Infrastructure

70. Chuanzhi Sun (2019) Resilience through aqua-agriculture transformation: Towards a multiscale approach for adaptive landscape development in Pearl River Delta

69. Cai Huang (2019) From boundary to border. Toward a Resilient, Dynamic and Interactive Urban Edge of Northwest Miami

68. Anna Klimczak (2019) Socio-ecological Cohesion: Bioregional Strategy ‘Beyond Growth’ for the Szczecin Functional Area, Poland

67. Gloria Carolina Fiallo Cardona (2019) Ecotoning Tunjuelo’s River Designing for bio-diversity processes in urban planning (EMU)

66. Martijn van den Bogaert (2019) Climate change in urban deltas: Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt delta (KU Leuven)

65. Jutta Hinterleitner (2019) Verbeelding als kracht. Ontwerpend onderzoek als strategisch instrument voor integrale gebiedsontwikkeling (MCD)

64. Zhouyiqi Chen (2018) Learning from vernacular water-management practices in Hangzhou 治水 (EMU)

63. Monika Novkovikj (2018) Open space as a structuring device. Towards integrating territory (EMU)

62. Jean-Baptiste Peter (2018) Urban Landscape Infrastructures in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka (EMU)

61. Birgit Hopff (2018) Nieuwe dimensies voor circulariteit op de campus. Raamwerk voor de toepassing van circulaire principes in de campusontwikkeling (MCD)

60. Abhinaya Gnana (2018) Machine made landscapes. Choreographing a dynamic excavation landscape

59. Wenxin Jin (2018) Ecotourism. Design a meaningful landscape for ecology and economy

58. Qing Ma (2018) Haringvliet Towards A Dynamic Balance

57.  Mingyang Yang (2018) Harbin thermal park. Transforming an abandoned thermal plant into green infrastructure

56. Maria Akrivou (2018) Riverscapes. A dialogue between Rhine and cityscapes. The case of Nederrijn & Arnhem

55. Yuechen Liang (2018) Exploring Bluefields: Designing the Banter See as an operative landscape structure

54. IJsbrand Heeringa (2018) Reimagining the European periphery. The case of Asturias

53. Müjdat Deniz Sükür (2018) PLOT Perception: perceiving Liveability through Objective Technology


52. Yun-shih Chen (2017) The sensitive river scape, the sinuous territory. Transforming Dajia River Basin as a Water-Sensitive Landscape Infrastructure (EMU)

51. Lin Wei Yun (2017) Habitat embroidery: An interwoven landscape framework for a reclaimed former sea bed (EMU)

50. Jie Yang (2017) Landscape interface development. Adaptive development for Toronto lower Don River

49. Konstantina Kalogeropoulou (2017) Landscape development in the Border Condition: the borderland as a cultural interface

48. Yixiong Miao (2017) Integration by landscape: Integration by using landscape as infrastructure

47. Xueqian Zhai (2017) Hybrid highway landscape: Integrating highway into urban context

46. Bhavana Vaddadi (2017) Autonomous Shared Mobility & the Cities of Tomorrow. Impact of shared self-driving vehicles on the urban form of the city of Amsterdam

45. Chih-Chu Lee (2017) Urban stitch. A new urban design approach to transportation infrastructure renewal projects

44. Harm van der Zanden (2017) The lost and hidden water of São Paulo. The strategic value of landscape-based green-blue infrastructure


43. Shan Shao (2016) From infrastructure to flowscape. The Houtribdijk as an operative landscape structure

42. Rene Singgih (2016) Start-up Delta intervention. A spatial strategy and design for the formation and growth of start-up companies in Rotterdam

41. Elodie Grimoin (2016) Green infrastructure design. An overview of best practices in Europe

40. Nikita Baliga (2016) Better-Half of Bangalore. A gender perspective in spatial planning

39. Daniela Haug (2016) Synergy of a Blue Line: How a problem stream can solve future conditions

38. Barbara Bekhof (2016) Amsterdam let it rain! Adapting to a rainwater surplus within Amsterdam’s existing urban areas through spatial interventions in the public space while enhancing spatial quality

37. Amina Mnif (2016) Shelter Landscapes: A landscape approach to the refugee camp in peri urban areas along the Austrian Hungarian border


36. Xinyi Zhang (2015) Dortmund-Ems Landscape Canal. Adjusting the post-navigable canal to the landscape system of Münster

35. Xinnan Liu (2015) Revitalizing New Belgrade through Valuing Rainwater - Strategic Integration of Urban Rainwater System and Urban Public Space in New Belgrade

34. Xinlei Li (2015)  The Dancing Boundary. Towards regional development of the border land between Bratislava and Vienna

33. Sarah Rach (2015) JUST Food. Pig farming in an Arcadian landscape

32. Sarah Brakel (2015) Urban ecology in Houston. Creating a soft natural border between the existing urban patterns to solve flood risk, while restoring the ecosystems

31. Ran Zhang (2015) Water sustainable street. Transform grey infrastructure into green-grey infrastructureto solve urban street water runoff problem

30. Reshu Gupta (2015) Beyond the edge. Complexity approach to urban fringes

29. Emiel Meijerink (2015) A vital vein for Asparuhovo

28. Arjan de Vries (2015) Revitalising Emsher Canal

27. Robin de Louw (2015) Forum Romanum in Varna. A landscape-based strategy for the integration of marginalized Roma settlements through a sequence of public spaces


26. Antonio Sanne (2014) Contextualizing Edges. The rural case of Sardinia (EMU)

25. Tess Catharine Stribos (2014) Urban Planning and design in post-conflict contexts

24. Yingzhen Chen (2014) Twin City Region. Up with a colourful corridor

23. Talya ten Brink (2014) Coastal conditions: responding to the partial opening of the Haringvliet sluice

22. Nien-Ping Huang (2014) Integrating land use conflicts. Resolving conservation and development conflicts through adaptive approach in Northeast Coast National Scenic Area

21. Peter van der Graaf (2014) Using the subsoil in the urban design process

20. Michiel van der Drift (2014) Floodscape

19. Lin Wei (2014) Reclaiming open space in new Belgrade. A case study of designing for local demands via means of landscape architecture

18. Jiayao Liu (2014) Farming Guangming. Integrating agricultural landscape and new town development for the “Green City” Guangming in Shenzhen

17. Bram Willemse (2014) Resilient communities. How a spatial framework can contribute to resilient flood-risk protection, while improving the living quality of communities.

16. Marij Hoogland (2014) Dynamisch Haringvliet. Waar land en water ontmoeten


15. Le Thu Trang (2013) Flood adaptive cities. Towards climate change adaption and urban development in the Mekong Delta

14. Sylvia van Baaren (2013) The design as a process instrument. Design-governance in the IJssel-Vechtdelta - an interdisciplinary approach

13. Karlijn Kokhuis (2013) The connecting waterscape. The case of the Maashaven in Rotterdam

12. NaiLi Zhao (2013) Safe and Dynamic Rijnmond-Drechtsteden. Rebalance the Natural Processes and Human Interventions Through Integrated Flood Risk Management

11. Lisanne van NIekerk (2013) Implementing Metropolitan Agriculture

10. Mariska van Rijswijk (2013) Re-thinking the flows. Landscape as a spatial and sustainable alternative for water purification in Novi Sad


9. Viktorija Prilenska (2012) Towards a Green Metropolis. Designing a Waterfront in Riga, Latvia

8. Sanghyun Lee (2012) Working with extremes. Hard of soft approach? 2100 Vision for settlements on the southern bank of Rotterdam: The case of Pernis

7. Jan Breukelman (2012) Maintaining the waterfront in Vlissingen: Re-stitching the relationship between water and the urban fabric


6. Leon Hietbrink (2011) Urban riverfront Zutphen. Link between the river and the Public urban spaces

5. Daniel Raymond (2011) The urban bayou. Balancing Natural Processes and Urban Development in New Orleans


4. Hans Smolenaers (2010) Ephemeral Archi-puncture

3. Lin Huiyi (2010) Designing Waterspaces

2. Anastasia Skipetari (2010) Drawing the light. The role of drawing for architectural lighting design: case study research on Fehn, Baeza, Holl, Zumthor, Utzon (KTH Stockholm)


1. Mariet Aarts (2009) Pretparkarchitectuur. Een onderzoek naar en ontwerp voor een duurzaam educatief pretpark met een beperkte footprint in het centrum van Rotterdam.