Wolfgang Gerlich

foto-gerlich   Engineer Landscape planning „The public space is the ‘focal point’ of urban Life. Without publicness no city. Recent  trends like commercialization, festivalisation or observation challenge us to think public space as the spine of sustainable urban development.”
External lecturer

Faculty of architecture and planning
Vienna University of Technology

External lecturer
Landscape planner, moderator
Directing partner of PlanSinn, Office for planning and communication
University lecturer
Trainer

Contact
Email. gerlich@plansinn.at

Curriculum vitae Wolfgang Gerlich

Landscape planning studies at the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna
Trainings: Moderator and moderation trainer
Additional training courses: organization development (IFF, Prof. Grossmann), systemic consulting, PR

Professional career, planning and research experience

since 2005
Lectures at the Vienna University of Technology, the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and the FH Hagenberg

since 2000
Trainer e.g. at the University of Vienna: human resource development, Kepler University Linz: human resource development , “Fonds gesundes Österreich”
– moderation, communication
– university didactic
– creativity
– PR training

since 1997
project work as directing partner at Office PlanSinn
– moderation, process design and management regarding: environment, city, sustainability
– scientific communication related to GSK, environmental research
– participation, Empowerment, Gender Mainstreaming
– PR: focus on dialogues, low-threshold measures, event and exhibition conceptions,
– art direction

since 1994
university lecturer
– University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna: Landscape planning
– Vienna University of Technology: Spatial planning
– Vienna University of Technology: Architecture
– IFF University Klagenfurt – HSA Luzern, Switzerland

External KnowHow

Moderation, process/task management , cooperative processes, participation
scientific communication
PR, applied art, exhibition design, event management
Landscape and urban planning

Links

Office PlanSinn
Blended Participation