Course Title: S026 Sustainable Ecological Design in China
Duration: 2019.7.11-2019.7.26 (2 weeks)
This course aims to introduce sustainable ecological design in China to participants. Key focuses include history, development, current status, and the future of Chinese and Shanghai sustainable ecological design. The course will incorporate the ecological thoughts withinn traditional Chinese gardens, sustainable ecological theories, sustainable ecological design practice, the application of fauna within sustainable ecological design. Through theory lectures, field trips, case studies, and design practices, students will come to fully understand the sustainable ecological design in China.
Prof. Shengquan CHE
Professor Che is a doctoral supervisor and the Vice Dean of the School of Design. His research areas include the education and research of landscape ecological planning and design, landscape evaluation and protection, as well as rural landscaping.
Prof. Yun WANG
Dr. Wang is an Associate Professor from the School of Design, and the department head of Landscape Architecture. He has a multi-disciplinary background of landscape planning, design and architecture. His research areas are focused on the culture, history and construction of Chinese gardens. He has supervised more than 200 planning and design projects.
Prof. Dongqin TANG
Dr. Tang is an Associate Professor from the School of Design. She has an interdisciplinary background of botany, biochemistry, and molecular biology. She has hosted many national programs regarding the ecological system of forests, urban forests in Shanghai, flower selection, and the gene cloning of ACS.
Dr. Chen obtained her Ph.D. in Landscape Architecture from the University of Florida. She is in charge of undergraduate courses including preliminary design, landscape planning and design. Her major research areas are ecosystem planning, ecological protection and restoration.
Dr. Yu is a visiting scholar from the TU Berlin. Her research fields are theoretical research and practical sponge cities, urban community’s ecological recreation, planning and design of an ecological community, Western modern history and the practice of landscaping.
Attendance and daily score: 20%;
Group presentation: 50%;
Final program summary: 30%
Program Director : Prof. Yun Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Program Coordinator: Dr. Dan Chen (email@example.com)