Ignacio Castillo Ulloa

Ignacio Castillo Ulloa

Lehrbeauftragter

Raum: B 225
Tel: 314 28108
Fax: 314 28153

Vita
2011 – 2017 Doktorat Stadt- und Regionalplanung | Technische Universität Berlin | »Space and Radical planning: Linking protest action and local community self-development«
2008 – 2010 M.Sc. Urban Management | Technische Universität Berlin | »Megaprojects—Megaparticipation? «
1998 – 2005 Studium der Architektur | Universität von Costa Rica | »Urban image analytical model«
Forschung
2011 – 2017 Dissertation: »Space and Radical planning: Linking protest action and local community self-development« | Institut für Stadt- und Regional Planung, Fachgebiet Städtebau und Siedlungswesen, TU-Berlin
2009 – 2010 Projektassistent-Projektleiter | NPOLIS UCE GmbH, Berlin, Deutschland
2009 Berater | (ehemalige) GTZ, Dhaka, Bangladesch (Project: »Improving Governance in Secondary Cities in Bangladesh«)
2009 Praktikant | Center for Metropolitan Studies, TU Berlin (Project: »The Urban Renaissance–Potential of Inner–City Rail Stations Redevelopments Mega–Projects«)
2005 – 2008 Forscher-Projektleiter | Forschungszentrum für Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung der Universität von Costa Rica (ProDUS-UCR)
2005 – 2008 Projektdesigner-Projektleiter | Selbständiger Architekt, San José, Costa Rica
Publikationen
  • demnächst – Castillo, I.: Public space as catalyst for an alternative politics of neighborhood development. Trialog—A journal for Planning and Building in a Global Context.
  • 2016 – Castillo, I.: From apophenia to epiphany: Making planning theory-research-practice co-constitutive. plaNext—next generation planning 3: 16-35.
  • 2015 – Castillo, I.: Acting in reality within the cranny of the Real: Towards an alternative agency of urban commons. In: M. Dellenbaugh, M. Kip, M. Bieniok, A. Müller and M. Schwegmann (eds.) Urban Commons: Moving Beyond State and Market. Basel: Birkhäuser, pp.130-147.
  • 2013 – Castillo, I.: Unravelling spaces of representation through insurgent planning actions. Planum—The Journal of Urbanism 26(1): 1-12.
  • 2013 – Castillo, I.: Unravelling spaces of representation through insurgent planning actions. In: F. Chiodelli, B. De Carli, M. Falletti and L. Scavuzzo (eds.) Cities to be Tamed? Spatial Investigations Across the Global South. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.262-283.
Forschungspapiere

Public space as a catalyst for a disrupting ‘redistribution of the sensible’. International Conference Quartiersentwicklung im Globalen Süden/Neighbourhood Development in the Global South. University of Kassel: Kassel, June 16-17 June 2016.

From aphopenia to epiphany: Seeking to make planning theory-research-practice co-constitutive. International Conference Differences and Connections: Beyond Universal Theories in Planning, Urban, and Heritage Studies IX YA Conference. University of Palermo: Palermo, 23-26 March 2015.

The spatial politicisation of planning. International conference Cities that Talk AESOP Young Academics Conference. University of Gothenburg: Gothenburg, 10-13 March 2014.

Acting in reality within the cranny of the Real: Towards an alternative agency of urban commons. International Conference Urban Commons: Moving Beyond State and Market. Humboldt University: Berlin, September 27-28 September 2013.

Unravelling spaces of representation through insurgent planning actions. International Conference Cities to be tamed? Standards and Alternatives in the Transformation of the Urban South. Polytechnic University of Milan: Milan, 15-17 November 2012.

Urban-social movements and urban planning: From confrontation to mutual cooperation. International conference Planning/Conflict: Critical Perspectives on Contentious Urban Development. Berlin University of Technology: Berlin, 27-28 October 2011.

Vorträge & Workshops
2016 Berlin How much of an anagram are (planning) theoretical and practical research? | Urban Management Alumni Symposium. Technische Universität Berlin
2015 Lexington Self-organization and political subjectivity: Community development that overcomes structural impairment and exclusion | Community Development Society Annual Conference
2014 Berlin Heading (inevitably) towards Trantor? (Urban) society, planning and ecology | Ecology Days Berlin. Humboldt Universität zu Berlin