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Office Manager

Technische Universität Berlin
School VI: Planning Building Environment
Department of Sociology

Fraunhoferstraße 33-36
Sekretariatszeichen FH 9-1
10587 Berlin

Tel.:     030 / 314 - 70108
Secr.:    FH 9 - 1
Room:  FH 920


Prof. Dr. Nina Baur, Chair for Methods of Social Research (Department of Sociology, TU Berlin), Past President of the Research Committee on Logic and Methodology in Sociology (RC33) and Board Member of the Research Committee on Historical Sociology (RC56) of the International Sociology Association (ISA) (Action Leader Action 1)

Prof. Dr. Angela Million, Chair of Urban Design & Urban Development (Institute of Urban and Regional Planning, TU Berlin) (Action Leader Action 3)

Scientific Coordinators

Dr. Ignacio Castillo Ulloa, Chair of Urban Design & Urban Development, Institute of Urban and Regional Planning, TU Berlin


Non-Scientific Coordinator


Steering Committee

The steering committee consists of the Action Speakers, the Scientific Coordinators and two members of the Advisory Board. It oversees the thematic agenda of all actions and ensures the evaluation thereof.

Advisory Board

An internal advisory board is installed to have a balanced representation of university partners (according to world regions) and actors of development-cooperation. The board also assists the GCSMUS in both reviewing as well as commenting on realized Actions, process of impact-oriented monitoring (WoM) and to suggest improvements. The board members decide about key publications of the center as well.

Action Leaders and Action Steering Committees

In order to achieve the overall objectives, the work of the GCSMUS is organized in five Action. For each action, and action steering committee (headed by the action speaker) is in charge of overseeing the thematic agenda of all actions (conferences, workshops, teaching-research-courses, practical-empirical applications, Ph.D. theses). The actions are:

(1) Education: Building a global methodological network via conferences,

(2) Experience: Gaining applicable skills in research through combined teaching-research-courses,

(3) Evaluate: Reflecting on methods via writing a PhD Thesis and developing project proposals for post-doctoral research,

(4) Exchange: Gaining applicable skills in practice through practical-empirical implementations and

(5) Enhancement: Workshops for bridging the gap between research and professional work.

Network Partners

All in all, the GCSMUS is conceptualized explicitly as a peer-learning process between the 48 partners from 47 countries and 8 world regions who may actively participate in all actions.

Non-Network Members

Most actions are also open to non-network members – details are described in the description of the action.

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