Focal point ETH Studio Basel

Aurel von Richthofen acts as focal point for ETH Studio Basel research on urbanization in Oman in March 2013. He coordinates the visit of 10 students, 4 assistants and 2 professors to Muscat, organizes a symposium and workshops with GUtech students.

Aurel von Richthofen is co-examiner on 2 ETH diploma students working on a territorial investigation on Oman. Preliminary results of the research can be found and downloaded as pdf here: 

http://www.studio-basel.com/projects/muscat-and-oman/student-work.html

http://www.studio-basel.com/projects/muscat-and-oman/collaborators.html

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Sustainable Patterns of Urbanization in Oman

Since 2011 Aurel von Richthofen is Co-Investigator on the research project entitled "Towards Sustainable Patterns of Urbanization in Oman" funded by The Research Council Oman (TRC). He is a main contributor responsible for writing the report, editing the material, leading research assistants, coordinating symposia, conferences and exhibitions.

Co-Investigator on Research

Aurel von Richthofen joins the research team of Dr. Sonja Nebel as Co-investigator on the research project “Towards sustainable patterns of urbanization in Oman”. The research project is a joint collaboration between Gutech and Sultan Qabous university and is founded by The Research Council Oman. More information can be found here:

Scitech TV - Houses

Scitech TV documents the research project sponsored by the Research Council Oman "Towards Sustainable Patterns of Urbanisation in Oman" conducted by GUtech and SQU, featuring Aurel von Richthofen and Haitham Al Busafi as well as GUtech students.

Urban Oman Research

The research project “Towards Sustainable Patterns of Urbanization” founded by The Research Council Oman (TRC) has lead to various collaborations with other international academic institutions. As co-investigator on the project in Oman, I have been coordinating these exchanges and channeling them into significant contributions to the larger research project while providing the students with academic frame-work, access and exposure.