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Adrienne Grêt-Regamey: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2018

Name Prof. Dr. Adrienne Grêt-Regamey
FieldLandscape and Environmental Planning
Address
Inst. f. Raum- u. Landschaftsentw.
ETH Zürich, HIL H 51.3
Stefano-Franscini-Platz 5
8093 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 633 29 57
E-mailgret@ethz.ch
URLhttp://www.plus.ethz.ch
DepartmentCivil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering
RelationshipFull Professor

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
103-0338-00LProject Week in Landscape Development Information Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 22.
Remark: Students who are enrolled in this lecture cannot enroll in the lecture LE 701-1656-01L Introduction into Landscape Development.
5 credits9PS.‑E. Rabe, E. Celio, A. Grêt-Regamey
AbstractIn particular, the aspects measuring, understanding and assessing of landscape-relevant land-use, requirements and developments will be taught. Concerning the landscape development, aims will be developed and corresponding actions defined.
ObjectiveThe students are able to:
- recognize and name the structure of a landscape
- recognize and undestand the history of land-use
- recognize and undestand the context of arrangement of a landscape
- assess a landscape in its entirety and in its single-elements
- develop a vision of a landscape
- prepare and provide substantiated actions
ContentThe course consists of theoretical inputs, independent or assisted preparation, the project-week itself and post processing.

Depending on the subject area to be processed (eg. water, landscape aesthetics, natural hazards, nature conservation), different methods are used.
This applies to both the methods of investigation of landscape-elements and characteristics as well as the methods for evaluation of landscape-elements and characteristics.

Subjects and methods are developed and defined in the preparation to be applied in the project week. Based on the assessments actions will be developed that are adapted to the definde question or problem in the light of a desirable development.
Lecture notes- Handouts
- Copies of selected literature

Download: http://www.plus.ethz.ch/de/studium/vorlesungen/msc/projektwoche_landschaftsentwicklung.html
LiteratureWill be named in the course.
Prerequisites / NoticeRequirements are an interest in landscape-related issues and commitment to developing proposals for solutions.
Prerequisite: Knowledge and skills equivalent the course 103-0357-00 Umweltplanung I
Students who are enrolled in this lecture cannot enroll in the lecture 701-1656-01L.
103-0488-00LSeminar in Spatial Development and Infrastructure Systems Restricted registration - show details 9 credits18SK. W. Axhausen, F. Corman, A. Grêt-Regamey, C. Richmond, B. Scholl
AbstractThis seminar offers the students the opportunity to research and present a topic of their choice in depth resulting in a term paper.

The topic can be freely chosen after consultation with the chair supervising the student. The chairs will also provide a list of proposed topics.
ObjectivePractise independent scientific working addressing a relevant topic from the range of the master's programme course.
ContentThe students can work on a topic of their choice from the range of the he master's programme course.
701-1656-01LIntroduction into Landscape Development
This course takes place if at least 5 students enroll.

Students who are enrolled in this lecture cannot enroll in the lecture 103-0338-00L Project Week in Landscape Development.

It ist necessary to enroll for the lecture 103-0330-00L Landscape Aesthetics (2 CP) to reach the required 5 CP.
3 credits3GS.‑E. Rabe, E. Celio, A. Grêt-Regamey
AbstractThe course provides an introduction to the theory and methodology of landscape planning. In particular, measuring, understanding and assessing of landscape-relevant land-use, requirements and developments will be taught. Concerning the landscape development, aims will be developed and corresponding actions defined.
ObjectiveThe students are able to:
- use the different instruments and methods of landscape development.
- recognize and name the structure of a landscape.
- recognize and understand the history of land-use.
- recognize and understand the context of arrangement of a landscape.
- assess a landscape in its entirety and in its single-elements.
- develop a vision of a landscape.
- prepare and provide substantiated actions.
ContentThe course consists of theoretical inputs and independent or assisted exercises.
Depending on the subject area to be processed, different methods are used. This applies to both the methods of investigation of landscape-elements and characteristics as well as the methods for evaluation of landscape-elements and characteristics.
Subjects and methods are developed and defined in the exercises.
Prerequisites / NoticeStudents who are enrolled in this lecture cannot enroll in the lecture 103-0338-00L Project Week in Landscape Development.