Marta Brković Dodig

Marta Brković Dodig

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Vita
2018– 2020 Post­doc­toral rese­ar­cher (Alex­ander Von Humboldt)
Chair for Urba­nism and Habitat, Insti­tute for City and Regional Plan­ning, Tech­nical Univer­sity Berlin
seit 2016 Assi­stant Professor
Union Univer­sity- Nikola Tesla, Archi­tec­ture program, Belgrade, Serbia
(Sept. 2017 – May 2018 ) Mater­nity leave
2015– 2016 Post­doc­toral rese­ar­cher
Chair of Buil­ding Tech­no­logy and Climate Respon­sive Design, Faculty of Archi­tec­ture
Tech­nical Univer­sity Munich, Germany.
Rese­ar­ching educa­tional poten­tial of climate-friendly schools
2015– 2016 Archi­tect
G+O Archi­tekten, GmbH, Munich, Germany
Consul­ting and parti­ci­pa­ting in deve­lop­ment of archi­tec­tural designs for lear­ning envi­ron­ments – construc­tion phases LPH 1–5
2015– 2016 Guest scien­tist
Oskar von Miller Forum – educa­tional initia­tive of the Bava­rian construc­tion industry for civil engi­neers, envi­ron­mental engi­neers and archi­tects, Munich, Germany
Mento­ring students, orga­ni­sing skill-build sessions, deli­vering lectures on the topics about sustainable archi­tec­ture, lear­ning envi­ron­ments design and parti­ci­pa­tion
seit 2011 Foun­ding Director
NGO ARQubator, Belgrade, Serbia
NGO aiming to contri­bute to a more sustainable future through various rese­arch and design projects in the field of archi­tec­ture and educa­tion. ARQubator acts as colla­bo­ra­ting rese­arch and design unit at Union Univer­sity- Nikola Tesla, Archi­tec­ture Program, Belgrade, Serbia. https://​www​.face​book​.com/​A​R​Q​ubator
2014– 2016 Post­doc­toral rese­arch and teaching asso­ciate
Union Univer­sity- Nikola Tesla, Archi­tec­ture program, Belgrade, Serbia
Leading design studios “Sustainable Archi­tec­ture”, “Public Buil­dings”, Lear­ning Envi­ron­ments Design”, live projects in coope­ra­tion with NGO ARQubator, rese­arch asso­ciate on rese­arch projects
seit 2013 Member of the selec­tion committee in Serbia
for student internships and rese­arch scho­l­ar­ships from Deut­sche Bundes­stif­tung Umwelt (German Federal Envi­ron­mental Foun­da­tion).
2014 Visi­ting post­doc­toral rese­ar­cher and design studio critic
Taubman College of Archi­tec­ture + Urban Plan­ning, The Univer­sity of Michigan, USA
Rese­ar­ching games as tools for rese­arch, teaching and design in archi­tec­ture and urban plan­ning with Prof. Dr. Linda Groat; acting as design critic for master design studio: “Design, Jr.” – Desi­gning children’s envi­ron­ments
2012 Visi­ting doctoral rese­ar­cher
School of Archi­tec­ture, Poly­technic Univer­sity Cata­lonia, Barce­lona, Spain
Rese­ar­ching sustainable and pedago­gi­cally valu­able schools in Spain
2011 External adviser
for Master theses about school design, Archi­tec­ture Depart­ment at Varna Free Univer­sity, Bulgaria and Union Univer­sity-Nikola Tesla, Serbia
2011 Archi­tect rese­ar­cher / part time
Buil­ding Design Part­nership (BDP), Shef­field Office, Shef­field, UK
Rese­ar­ching BDP‚s sustainable school designs
2010 Visi­ting doctoral rese­ar­cher
Die Baupi­loten & Chair for Parti­ci­patory Design and Construc­tion,
Tech­nical Univer­sity Berlin, Germany
Rese­ar­ching contem­porary school design in Germany
2008– 2015 Free­lance Archi­tect / part time
“M-House Design” and ”Gradi­telj-Inzen­je­ring”. Belgrade, Serbia. Obtai­ning docu­ments for all prepa­ra­tion and construc­tion phases, drawing general and main design plans.
2008– 2009 Teaching assi­stant
Union Univer­sity- Nikola Tesla, Archi­tec­ture program, Belgrade, Serbia
Deli­vering courses “Intro­duc­tion in Archi­tec­tural Design” and “Housing I”
2008 Rese­ar­cher
Gehl Archi­tects, Denmark, Pede­strian and trans­por­ta­tion flow in Belgrade: An analysis
Ausbil­dung
2009 – 2013 Doctor of Philo­sophy (PhD)
School of Archi­tec­ture, Faculty of Social Sciences, The Univer­sity of Shef­field, UK
(assessed work 71,75% Distinc­tion)
2003 –2009 Master of Archi­tec­ture (MArch)
School of Archi­tec­ture and Urban Studies, Varna Free Univer­sity, Varna, Bulgaria
(5,93% summa cum laude)
2007 Erasmus exchange student
Fach­hoch­s­hule Lausitz, Univer­sity of Applied Science, Cottbus, Germany
2011 Teaching Certi­fi­cate
The Univer­sity of Shef­field
2011 Social Entre­pre­neur Certi­fi­cate
Social Inno­va­tion Program
The Univer­sity of Shef­field
2010 Busi­ness Skills Certi­fi­cate
Careers Services
The Univer­sity of Shef­field
Forschung
2016–2017 „Built Envi­ron­ment Educa­tion for Children – Museums in Focus”
Chair for Urba­nism and Habitat, Insti­tute for City and Regional Plan­ning, Tech­nical Univer­sity Berlin, Germany, PI / Post­doc­toral rese­ar­cher, approx. 85.000€, Alex­ander von Humboldt Foun­da­tion
2016– 2017 „Evalua­tion and exami­na­tion of the current condi­tions of school buil­dings and future schools with regard to resource-saving, cost-effec­tive, archi­tec­tural concept and envi­ron­mental quality criteria on the examples of new buil­dings and refur­bish­ment projects“
Chair of Buil­ding Tech­no­logy and Climate Respon­sive Design, Faculty of Archi­tec­ture, TU Munich, Post­doc­toral rese­ar­cher, PI Prof. Thomas Auer, 125.000€, Deut­sche Bundes­stif­tung Umwelt
2016 “Invol­ving children and young in archi­tec­ture and design museum exhi­bi­tions – The expe­ri­ences of Archi­tec­ture and Design – ArkDes Center from Stock­holm”
visi­ting rese­ar­cher, 400€ Step Beyond Travel Grant, European Cultural Foun­da­tion
2015– 2016 “Educa­tional poten­tial of climate-friendly schools : Archi­tects, educa­tio­na­lists and pupils explo­ring sustaiabi­lity and climate change lessons”
host: School of Archi­tec­ture and School of Educa­tion TU Munich, Munich, Germany
PI and sole grant holder, $ 10.000 Civil Society Scholar Award, Open Society Foun­da­tion.
2014 “Indoor envi­ron­mental quality in schools and the impli­ca­tions for lear­ning”
host: School of Archi­tec­ture and School of Educa­tion TU Munich, visi­ting rese­ar­cher,
900€ travel grant for Rese­arch Oppor­tu­nities Week for Post­docs.
2014 “Rese­arch and design methods in archi­tec­ture schools: Educa­tional bene­fits of opening up studios at archi­tec­ture schools and enga­ging wider popu­la­tion”
host: Taubman College of Archi­tec­ture + Urban Plan­ning, The Univer­sity of Michigan, USA, visi­ting scholar, $ 3.500 Weiser Profes­sional Deve­lop­ment Award, Fulbright Commis­sion Poland.
2012 “How sustainable is your school – Primary school case study from Barce­lona, Spain”
host: School of Archi­tec­ture, Poly­technic Univer­sity Cata­lonia, Barce­lona, Spain
PI and sole grant holder, £ 1,300 Santander Rese­arch Award.
2011 “Parti­ci­patory post-occup­ancy evalua­tion of Silver­dale Secon­dary School”
host: Buil­ding Design Part­nership (BDP), Shef­field Office, Shef­field, UK
PI and sole grant holder, £6,000 Robert‚s Fund – Know­ledge Transfer Part­nership.
2010 “Sustainable schools – The state of affairs in Germany”
host: Die Baupi­loten, TU Berlin, Berlin, Germany
PI and sole grant holder, approx. 8.500€ Deut­sche Bundessftif­tung Umwelt.
2010– 2014 “Inno­va­tive intel­li­gent eco – concepts, tech­no­lo­gies, mate­rials and construc­tions in the func­tion of impro­ve­ment of sustainable deve­lop­ment processes in spatial plan­ning, town plan­ning, archi­tec­tural design and buil­ding in the natural and built envi­ron­ment”
Union Univer­sity – Nikola Tesla, Archi­tec­ture Depart­ment , rese­arch asso­ciate, 3.160.000 RSD (28.000€) Serbian Ministry of Science and Tech­no­logy.
Stipen­dien
2012 Funds for Women, Graduates scho­l­ar­ship for PhD studies at Shef­field Univer­sity, £ 1.900
2009 Fund for Young Talents scho­l­ar­ship for over­sees students, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Repu­blic of Serbia, 6.500€
2007 Erasmus Exchange Scho­l­ar­ship awarded by the Varna Free Univer­sity, 1.000€
Wett­be­werbe & Auszeich­nungen
2009 Graduate students award for outstan­ding academic achie­ve­ment, awarded by Varna Free Univer­sity
2007 “St. Sava” diploma for the best student of the year, awarded by the Ministry of Educa­tion, Repu­blic of Serbia
2006 Varna Free Univer­sity design award for Design for student campus in Smolian, Bulgaria, second place, (first place was not awarded).
Publi­ka­tionen
Peer-reviewed
  • Brković Dodig, M. (2017) School design policy as an inte­gral part of educa­tion reform in Serbia: An architect‚s perspec­tive. Selected Papers of 7th World Confe­rence on Lear­ning, Teaching and Educa­tional Leadership (WCLTA-2016), 4 (3), 70–84. https://​sproc​.org/​o​j​s​/​i​n​d​e​x​.​p​h​p​/​p​n​t​s​b​s​/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​/​v​i​e​w/2518
  • Brković Dodig, M. (2017) Built Envi­ron­ment Educa­tion for Children: Museums in Focus. Urban Design and Plan­ning, 171 (1), 13–24. https://​www​.icevir​tual​li​brary​.com/​d​o​i​/​1​0​.​1​6​8​0​/​j​u​r​d​p​.​1​6​.00014
  • Brković, M. and Chiles, P. (2016) ‘Spector – The Sustai­na­bi­lity Inspector’: Parti­ci­patory teaching, lear­ning and evalua­tion game for archi­tects, archi­tec­ture students and pupils. FACTA UNIVER­SI­TATIS – Series Archi­tec­ture and Civil Engi­nee­ring, 14(1), 1–20. http://​casopisi​.junis​.ni​.ac​.rs/​i​n​d​e​x​.​p​h​p​/​F​U​A​r​c​h​C​i​v​E​n​g​/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​/​v​i​e​w/1530
  • Brković, M., Pons, O. and Parnell, R. (2015) Where sustainable school meets the “third teacher”: Primary school case study from Spain. Inter­na­tional Journal of Archi­tec­tural Rese­arch, 9 (2), 77–97. http://​www​.archnet​-ijar​.net/​i​n​d​e​x​.​p​h​p​/​I​J​A​R​/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​/​v​i​e​w​/​5​3​9​/​pdf_52
  • Brković, M. (2015) Tools for evalua­ting quality of primary and secon­dary school buil­dings: Explo­ring inter­na­tional examples, crea­ting locally rele­vant guide­lines for Serbia. Procee­dings of the 9th Inter­na­tional Confe­rence “Evalua­ting Condi­tion, Main­ten­ance and Repair of Buil­dings and Sett­le­ments”, Asso­cia­tion of Civil Engi­neers of Serbia, 25. – 29. May, 2015, Zlatibor, Serbia, 651–658. https://​www​.academia​.edu/​1​2​4​3​8​6​7​1​/​T​o​o​l​s​_​f​o​r​_​e​v​a​l​u​a​t​i​n​g​_​q​u​a​l​i​t​y​_​o​f​_​p​r​i​m​a​r​y​_​a​n​d​_​s​e​c​o​n​d​a​r​y​_​s​c​h​o​o​l​_​b​u​i​l​d​i​n​g​s​_​E​x​p​l​o​r​i​n​g​_​i​n​t​e​r​n​a​t​i​o​n​a​l​_​e​x​a​m​p​l​e​s​_​c​r​e​a​t​i​n​g​_​l​o​c​a​l​l​y​_​r​e​l​e​v​a​n​t​_​g​u​i​d​e​l​i​n​e​s​_​f​o​r​_​Serbia
  • Brković, M. (2015) Archi­tec­ture of primary schools in Serbia in the 21st century: A critical appraisal. Impro­ving Schools, 18 (2), 185–199. http://​imp​.sagepub​.com/​c​o​n​t​e​n​t​/​e​a​r​l​y​/​2​0​1​5​/​0​6​/​1​0​/​1​3​6​5​4​8​0​2​1​5​5​8​9​6​6​1​.​a​b​stract
  • Brković, M. (2013) Savre­mene obra­zovne usta­nove – Koraci ka ekološkoj održi­vosti, [Contem­porary educa­tional institutions–steps towards envi­ron­mental sustai­na­bi­lity], Izgradnja 67 (1–2), 564–573.
  • Brković, M. and Milo­sevic, P. (2012) Archi­tects‚ perspec­tive on sustai­na­bi­lity in Serbia: Estab­li­shing key topics. SPATIUM Inter­na­tional Review, 28, 60–66. http://www.doiserbia.nb.rs/img/doi/1450–569X/2012/1450–569X1228060B.pdf
  • Brković, M. and Milo­sevic, P. (2012) Sustainable schools as 3D text­books: Safe­guards of envi­ron­mental sustai­na­bi­lity. FACTA UNIVER­SI­TATIS – Series Archi­tec­ture and Civil Engi­nee­ring, 10 (2), 2012, 179 – 191. http://​facta​.junis​.ni​.ac​.rs/​a​a​c​e​/​a​a​c​e​2​0​1​2​0​2​/​a​a​c​e​2​0​1​2​0​2​-​06.pdf
  • Brković, M., Mana­koski, N. and Kesic, M. (2009) “Straw bale houses – Tradi­tion & Inno­va­tion”, Procee­dings of the Inter­na­tional Confe­rence “The Space and European Archi­tec­ture – Tradi­tion and Inno­va­tion”, 3–5 Jun 2009. Balchik, Bulgaria, 48–56.
Buch­ka­pitel
  • Brković, M. and Parnell, R. (2016) Schools as the ‘third teacher’ for sustai­na­bi­lity educa­tion, in Educa­tion, Space and Urban Plan­ning: Educa­tion as a compo­nent of the city, (eds) Coelen, T, Hein­rich, J.A. and Million, A., Berlin: Springer VS, 79–90. http://​www​.springer​.com/​g​p​/​b​o​o​k​/​9​7​8​3​3​1​9​389974
  • Brković, M. and Parnell, R. (2015) Schul­bauten als „dritter Pädagoge“ für Nach­hal­tig­keits­bil­dung. Stadt­bau­stein Bildung Coelen, T, Hein­rich, J.A. and Million, A., Berlin: Springer VS, pp.  89–102. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978–3-658–07314-5_7
Under review
  • Brković, M., Impro­ving school design policy in Serbia, lear­ning from England and Germany: An architect‚s roadmap. Center for Educa­tional Policy Studies Journal.
Curr­ently prepared publi­ca­tions
  • Brković, M. and Groat, L. (eds.) “Rout­ledge Compa­nion for Games in Archi­tec­ture and Urban Plan­ning: tools for design, teaching, and rese­arch” (book proposal accepted by Rout­ledge, manu­script submis­sion in August, 2018)
  • Brković, M. Museums as places for built envi­ron­ment educa­tion, in ‚Built Envi­ron­ment Educa­tion: Policy and Prac­tice‚ Parnell, R. and Million, A. (eds.) (book proposal accepted by Rout­ledge, manu­script submis­sion 2018)
Design Publi­ca­tions
  • (forth­co­ming 2016) Selected info­gra­phics in the book “Data Visua­li­sa­tion III” Guang­zhou: Borch Design Publi­shing.
  • (forth­co­ming 2016) Selected info­gra­phics in the book “Flowing Data” Guang­zhou: Dream On Publisher.
  • “Smart School for Smart Children”, Design With Children – an online data­base: http://​desi​gning​wi​th​children​.net/​d​b​/​s​m​a​r​t​-​s​c​h​o​o​l​s​-​f​o​r​-​s​m​a​r​t​-​c​h​ildren
  • “Design for students campus in Smolian, Bulgaria”, Ambi­jenti Maga­zine, No.12, July/August 2006, Serbia.
  • “Design for Film museum and Cine­ma­plex”, Archi­tec­ture Maga­zine2, 2006, Bulgaria.
Work­shops
Desi­gning, orga­ni­sing and deli­vering the follo­wing work­shops
  • “How sustainable and pedago­gi­cally valu­able is your school?” – Parti­ci­patory explo­ra­tion with teachers from primary school Fort Pienc, Spain, 22.03.2012.
  • “Spector – The Sustai­na­bi­lity Inspector” – Parti­ci­patory explo­ra­tion of sustai­na­bi­lity and pedagogy aspects of primary school Fort Pienc with pupils, Barce­lona, Spain, 20.04.2012.
  • “How sustainable and pedago­gi­cally valu­able is your school?” – Parti­ci­patory explo­ra­tion with teachers from Silver­dale secon­dary school, Shef­field, UK, 7.12.2011.
  • “Spector – The Sustai­na­bi­lity Inspector” – Parti­ci­patory explo­ra­tion of sustai­na­bi­lity and pedagogy aspects of Silver­dale secon­dary school with pupils, Shef­field, UK, 1.12. 2011.
  • “Spector – The Sustai­na­bi­lity Inspector” – Parti­ci­patory explo­ra­tion of sustai­na­bi­lity and pedagogy aspects of primary school Simeon Aranicki with pupils, Stara Pazova, Serbia, 20.05. 2011.
  • “Discus­sing change” – Parti­ci­patory evalua­tion of sustai­na­bi­lity and pedagogy aspects of primary school Simeon Aranicki with teaching and non-teaching staff, Stara Pazova, Serbia, 24.05.2011.
  • “Mode­ling the smart school” – Parti­ci­patory design work­shop with pupils from primary school Simeon Aranicki, Stara Pazova, Serbia, 24.05. 2011.
  • “Smart schoo­ling a box” – Parti­ci­patory design work­shop with pupils from primary school Simeon Aranicki, Stara Pazova, Serbia, 3.06. 2011.
  • “Desi­gning Children’s Climate Rese­arch Station” in Hamburg, Germany. Four parti­ci­patory design work­shops for kinder­garten children, primary school children, physi­cally disabled and deve­lop­ment­ally chal­lenged children, teachers and pedago­gues with die Baupi­loten, Berlin, 14.04. 2010
Gast­vor­träge
  • “Sustainable schools as the ‚third teacher‚: School spaces where sustai­na­bi­lity and pedagogy intert­wine” Oskar von Miller Forum, Munich, Germany, 15.12.2015
  • “Desi­gning with and for children” Taubman College of Archi­tec­ture + Urban Plan­ning, The Univer­sity of Michigan, USA, 23.09.2014.
  • “The role of school design in preven­ting aggres­sion” Round table “Contem­porary problems of peer aggres­sion – useful preven­tion stra­te­gies”, School of Pedagogy, Univer­sity of Kragu­jevac, Serbia, 28.11.2013.
  • “Smart Schools for Smart Children: Trans­la­ting inno­va­tive school design prac­tices from Europe to Serbia” NGO Educa­tional Forum, Belgrade, Serbia, 27.11. 2013.
  • “Contem­porary trends in school design” Archi­tec­ture Depart­ment, Varna Free Univer­sity, Varna, Bulgaria, 10.05.2012.
  • “Smart Schools for Smart Children: Inno­va­tive sustainable school design prac­tices” Poly­technic Univer­sity Cata­lonia, School of Archi­tec­ture, Barce­lona, Spain, 22.03.2012.
  • “Trans­la­ting inno­va­tive sustainable school design prac­tices from England, Germany and Spain to Serbia” School Design Sympo­sium, The Univer­sity of Shef­field, Shef­field, UK, 21.11. 2012.
  • “Smart Schools for Smart Children: Trans­la­ting inno­va­tive sustainable school design prac­tices from England, Germany and Spain to Serbia” Graduate Archi­tec­ture Society, The Univer­sity of Shef­field, Shef­field, UK; 7.12. 2011.
  • “Spector – The Sustai­na­bi­lity Inspector game – Deve­lo­ping the rese­arch method for PhD by design” The Univer­sity of Shef­field, 22.03.2011
  • “Doing the PhD by Design: Some expe­ri­ences and conclu­sions” PhD by Design Sympo­sium, The Univer­sity of Shef­field, Shef­field, UK, 11.03.2011.
  • “Contem­porary school design: The new tenden­cies” Union Univer­sity – Nikola Tesla, Archi­tec­ture program, Belgrade, Serbia, 27.01. 2011.
  • “School Design Futures: Educa­tion for Sustai­na­bi­lity, new educa­tional philo­so­phies and desi­gning sustainable schools – what can we learn?” (invited work­shop parti­ci­pant) 27–28 April, St. Hugh’s College Oxford. Parti­ci­pa­tion spon­sored by the UK Energy Rese­arch Centre
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