Dr. Ute Poerschke
Ute Poerschke has been an Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture at The Pennsylvania State University since spring 2006.
She taught design, construction, and energy responsible planning at the Technical Universities of Berlin (1999-2004) and Munich (2004-2005). She completed her doctoral degree in architectural theory about interpretations of functionalism at the Technical University of Cottbus in 2005.
Her research interests are in the fields of theory, practice and teaching of architectural design as a process of integration.
Her teaching areas include architectural design, technical systems integration (environmentally responsible and energy conscious design, lighting and acoustics in architectural design), methodology of architectural inquiry, and architectural theory.
She is a partner within the architectural firm Friedrich-Poerschke-Zwink Architekten, Munich/Germany.
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