dr. T (Thomas) Hartmann

dr. T (Thomas) Hartmann

Land Use Planning

__________

R E S E A R C H   F O C U S

Land Policy and Flood Risk Management

Dr. Thomas Hartmann is Associate Professor at the Land Use Planning Group of Wageningen University & Research. Thomas Hartmann has a special expertise and research interest in: 

  • Land policies, instruments and strategies of land policy.
  • Flood risk management, resilience, and water governance.

 

Thomas Hartmann is also the

  • president of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law and Property Rights (PLPR, www.plpr-association.org),
  • vice-chair of the European COST Action LAND4FLOOD (www.land4flood.eu),
  • speaker of the advisory board of the German Flood Comptenence Centre (www.hkc-online.de),
  • chair of the international working group on Land Policies in Europe of the German Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (ARL, www.arl-net.de).

 

In addition he is associate editor of WIRES Water and the Journal of Flood Risk Management, next to other editorial boards.

You may approach him in English, German, or Dutch at:

phone: +31 (0) 317 - 48 5095
mobile: +31 (0) 6 - 18 35 14 91
E-mail: thomas.hartmann@wur.nl

__________

C U R R I C U L U M   V I T A E

International affiliations

Thomas Hartmann is also affiliated as a guest professor with the Czech Jan Evangelista Purkyne University (UJEP) in Usti nad Labem, Faculty of Social and Economic Studies. In addition, Thomas Hartmann teaches as guest lecturer at Bonn University (Germany) in the master programme "Disaster Prevention and Management" the module "Flood Risk Management". Thomas Hartmann is also the 5th elected president of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (www.plpr-association.org).

Assistant Professor at Utrecht University

2013-2018, Thomas Hartmann was Assistant Professor at the Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning, Utrecht University. He taught in the BSc Human Geography and Planning and MSc Spatial Planning, and was the coordinator of the master programme on Spatial Planning.

PostDoc at Utrecht University

2010-2013, Thomas Hartmann worked as postdoc researcher at the Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning, Utrecht University.

Research assistant & PhD at TU Dortmund University

2005-2010, Thomas Hartmann worked as research assistant at the department for Land Policy, Land Management and Municipal Geoinformation of the School of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund University. He taught and supervised various courses, completed research activities - independently and in collaboration, and finished his PhD in 2009 on "Clumsy Floodplains - Responsive Land Policy for Extreme Floods". He received the academic title "Dr. rer.pol." (rerum politicarum). During this time he spent some time as guest researcher at the Radboud University Nijmegen.

Study of Spatial Planning

Thomas Hartmann is an engineer of spatial planning (Dipl.-Ing), which he studied Spatial Planning at TU Dortmund University and the University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. He focused his study on flood protection and spatial planning.

__________

P U B L I C A T O N S

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2020

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Slavíková, Lenka; Hartmann, Thomas; Thaler, Thomas (2020). Paradoxes of financial schemes for resilient flood recovery of households. WIRES Water. Impact factor: 4.436. In press.

Duivenvoorden, Eva; Hartmann, Thomas; Brinkhuijsen, Marlies; Hesselmans Ton (2020). Managing public space A blind spot of urban planning and design. Cities. doi:  10.1016/j.cities.2020.103032. Impact Factor: 4.802.

Bouwmeester, Josje & Hartmann, Thomas (2020). Unraveling the Self-Made City: The Spatial Impact of Informal Real Estate Markets in Informal Settlements. Cities. doi:  10.1016/j.cities.2020.102966. Impact Factor: 2.449.

Keller, Nadine & Hartmann, Thomas (2020). OECD Water Governance principles on the local scale an exploration in Dutch water management. International Journal of River Basin Management 38(5), 800-817. doi: 10.1080/07900627.2019.1566055

Shahab, Sina; Hartmann, Thomas; Jonkman, Arend (2020). Strategies of municipal land policies: Housing development in Germany, Belgium, and Netherlands. European Planning Studies. doi: 10.1080/09654313.2020.1817867 Impact Factor: 2.226. In Press.

Debrunner, Gabriela; Hartmann, Thomas. (2020). Strategic use of land policy instruments for affordable housing Coping with social challenges under scarce land conditions in Swiss cities. Land Use Policy (99). doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.104993. Impact Factor: 3.089.

Nouzari, Ehsan; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2020). Interactive governance for satisfaction measurements: stakeholder involvement in design processes for flood risk management. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 13(4), e12650. doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12650. Impact Factor: 3.240

Rufat, Samuel; Fekete, Alexander; Armas, Iuliana; Hartmann, Thomas; Kuhlicke, Christian; Prior, Tim; Thaler, Thomas; Wisner, Biswas (2020). Swimming alone? Why linking flood risk perception and behaviour requires more than its the individual, stupid. WIREs Water. In press. Impact factor: 4.436

Hartmann, Thomas; Jüpner, Robert (2020). Implementing resilience in flood risk management. Editorial Commentary. WIREs Water. doi: 10.1002/wat2.1465. Impact factor: 4.436.

Jehling, Mathias; Schorcht, Martin; Hartmann, Thomas (2020): Densification in suburban Germany: approaching policy and space through concepts of justice. Town Planning Review 91(3), 217237. doi: 10.3828/tpr.2020.13.

Dembski, Sebastian; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas; Dunning, Richard (2020). Introduction: Enhancing understanding of strategies of land policy for urban densification. Town Planning Review 91(3), 209216. DOI: 10.3828/tpr.2020.12.

Thaler, Thomas; Doorn, Neelke; Hartmann, Thomas (2020). Justice of compensation for spatial flood risk management comparing the flexible Austrian and the structured Dutch approach. Die ERDE Journal of the Geographical Society of Berlin, 151(2-3). Impact Factor: 0.641.

Snel, Karin; Witte, Patrick; Hartmann, Thomas & Geertman, Stan (2020). The shifting position of homeowners in flood resilience: from recipients to key-stakeholders. WIRES Water. doi: 10.1002/wat2.1451. Impact factor: 4.436.

Attems, Marie-Sophie; Thaler, Thomas; Snel, Karin; Davids, Peter; Hartmann, Thomas; Fuchs, Sven (2020). The influence of tailored risk communication on individual adaptive behaviour. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. doi: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101618. Impact Factor: 2.568.

Slavíková, Lenka; Hartmann, Thomas; Thaler, Thomas (2020): Financial schemes for resilient flood recovery. Environmental Hazards, 19 (3), 223227. doi: 10.1080/17477891.2019.1703624. Impact Factor: 1.366.

Van den Hoek, Duncan; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2020). Certain flexibilities in land-use plans. Towards a method for measuring the amount of flexibility. Land Use Policy. Doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.104497. Impact Factor: 3.089.

Disse, M., Johnson, T. G., Leandro, J., & Hartmann, T. (2020). Exploring the relation between flood risk management and flood resilience. Water Security, 9, 100059. doi: 10.1016/j.wasec.2020.100059.

Editorships (books & special issues)

Hartmann, Thomas; Doorn-Hoekveld, Willemijn; van Rijswick, Marleen; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2020). Flood resilience of private properties. Routledge Special Issues on Water Policy and Governance. Oxon: Routlegde. In press.

Slavíková, Lenka; Hartmann, Thomas; Thaler, Thomas (2020). Financial Schemes for Resilient Flood Recovery. Environmental Hazards, 19(3). SPECIAL ISSUE.

Hartmann, Thomas; Jüpner, Robert (2020). Implementing resilience in flood risk man-agement. WIRES Water. Curated SPECIAL COLLECTION. Impact factor: 4.436.

Dembski, Sebastian; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas & Dunning, Richard (2020). Enhancing understanding of strategies of land policy for urban densification. Town Planning Review, 19(3). SPECIAL ISSUE.

Book Chapters

Dworak, Linda; Hartmann, Thomas; Sommer, Thomas; Schinke, Reinhard; Willkomm, Marlene; Simon, Stefan; Strotmann, Reinhold (2020). Bauleitplanung. In Berhard Becker et al. (eds) Praxisleitfaden hohe Grundwasserstände. BWK. In press.

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas; Doorn-Hoekveld, Willemijn; van Rijswick, Marleen; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2020). Policy Brief No. 15: Flood-resilient cities start at home. IWRA Policy Brief, Blue Series(15). www.iwra.org

Esmail, Ahmed; Takx, Simone; Marlies, Brinkhuijsen; Hartmann, Thomas; Hesselmans, Ton; Oosterhoff, Wiebe (2020). Openbare ruimte beheren en vernieuwen. Rooilijn - tijdschrift voor wetenschap en beleid in de ruimtelijke ordening, 53(1), 18-25.

Hartmann, Thomas & Hengstermann, Andreas (2020). Internationale Impulse für die deutsche Bodenpolitik. Bericht zum Sondierungsworkshop des Internationalen Arbeitskreises (IAK) "Bodenpolitische Impulse für effektives Flächenmanagement", in Mannheim, 29.-30. August 2019. ARL Nachrichten, 2(49), 60-61.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2019

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Fekete, Alex; Hartmann, Thomas; Jüpner, Robert (2019). Resilience: On-going Wave or Subsiding Trend in Flood Risk Research and Practice? WIRES Water.
doi: 10.1002/wat2.1397. Impact factor: 4.436.

Snel, Karin; Witte, Patrick; Hartmann; Thomas & Geertman, Stan (2019). More than a one-size-fits-all approach - Tailoring flood risk communication to plural homeowner perspectives. Water International 44(5), 554-570. Impact Factor: 1.885.

Hartmann, Thomas & Jehling, Mathias (2019). From diversity to justice Unraveling pluralistic rationalities in urban design. Cities, 91, 58-63. doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2018.02.009 Impact Factor: 2.449.

Delphine, Delphine; Witte, Patrick; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo & Zoomers, Annelies (2019). For the Greater Good? A Critical Reflection on Assessing Indirect Economic Effects Caused by Large Transport Projects. Open Journal of Civil Engineering, 09(02), 135156. https://doi.org/10.4236/ojce.2019.92010

Nouzari, Ehsan; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2019). The Usefulness of Interactive Governance for Underground Planning. Nature & Culture, 14(2),147167. doi:10.3167/nc.2019.140203. Impact Factor: 1.931.

Scholten, Tom; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2019). The Spatial Component of Integrative Water Resources Management. Differentiating Integration of Land and Water Governance. International Journal of Water Resources Development, In press. doi: 10.1080/07900627.2019.1566055. Impact Factor: 2.081.

Editorships (books & special issues)

Hartmann, Thomas; Viglione, Alberto (2019). Understanding and Managing Floods: an Interdisciplinary Challenge. WIRES Water. Curated SPECIAL COLLECTION. Impact factor: 4.436

Hartmann, Thomas; Doorn-Hoekveld, Willemijn; van Rijswick, Marleen; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2019). Flood resilience of private properties. Water International 44(5). SPECIAL ISSUE. Impact Factor: 1.885

Hartmann, Thomas; Basta, Claudia; Moroni, Stefano (2019). People making cities cities making justice: Jane Jacobs, ethics and justice. Cities, 91. SPECIAL ISSUE. Impact Factor: 2.449.

Hartmann, Thomas; Slavíková, Lenka ; McCarthy, Simon (2019). Nature-based Flood Risk Management on Private Land - Disciplinary Perspectives on a Multidisciplinary Challenge. Springer Nature.

Book Chapters

Thaler, Thomas; Shively, David; Petersen-Perlman, Jacob; Slavikova, Lenka; Hartmann, Thomas (2019). Collective Choices Affecting Natural Hazards Governance, Risk, and Vulnerability. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Natural Hazard Science. doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199389407.013.142

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2019). Book Review: Cities, Economic Inequality and Justice: Reflections and Alternative Perspectives, Edwin Buitelaar, Anet Weterings and Roderik Ponds, Abingdon, Routledge, 2018. Town Planning Review (TPR), 90(5), 581583.

Nieland, Elin, Meijer, Rick, Jonkman, Arend, & Hartmann, Thomas. (2019). Wat is er gebeurd met Planners Paradise? Een analyse van Nederlands gemeentelijk grondbeleid. In G. Bouma, B. Boonstra, & E. Vanempten (Eds.), Meer met Meer: Bijdragen aan de Plandag 2019 (pp. 3037). Groningen: InPlanning.

Hartmann, Thomas (2019). Hochwasserrisikovorsorge ein bodenpolitisches Thema! Zur Rolle von Eigentum im Hochwasserrisikomanagement. RaumPlanung 2019(2), 20-25.

Nieland, Elin; Meijer, Rick; Jonkman, Arend; Hartmann, Thomas (2019). Grond voor wonen versnellen, verdichten, verduurzamen. Rooilijn - tijdschrift voor wetenschap en beleid in de ruimtelijke ordening, 49(1), 58-63.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2018

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Koelman, Mark; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2018). Land Use Conflicts  in the Energy Transition: Dutch Dilemmas. TeMA. Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment, 11(3), 273-284.

Hartmann, Thomas & Tejo J.M. Spit (2018). Editorial: Dynamics of land policies Triggers and implications. Land Use Policy´, 77(2018), 775-777. doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2018.01.042. Impact Factor: 3.089

Van Oosten, Thomas; Witte, Patrick; Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Active land policy in small municipalities in the Netherlands: We dont do it, unless.... Land Use Policy´, 77(2018), 829-836. doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2017.10.029. Impact Factor: 3.089

Hartmann, Thomas; van Straalen, Fennie; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2018) Expectation management at the local scale: Legal failure of public participation for large urban planning projects. TeMA. Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment, 11(1), 133-145 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.6092/1970-9870/5369

Rindrasih, Erda; Hartmann, Thomas; Witte, Patrick & Zoomers, Annelies (2018). Travelling without a helmet - Tourists Vulnerabilities and Responses to Disasters in Indonesia. Disasters. doi: 10.1111/disa.12281. Impact Factor: 1.255.

Hartmann, Thomas, Jirina Jílková; Schanze, Jochen (2018). Editorial: Land for Flood Risk Management: A catchment-wide and cross-disciplinary perspective. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 11(1), 3-5. doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12344. Impact Factor: 3.121.

Editorships (books & special issues)

Needham, Barrie; Buitelaar, Edwin; Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Planning, Law and Economics: The Rules We Make for Using Land (2nd edition). Abington: Routledge.    

Hartmann, Thomas, Jirina Jílková; Schanze, Jochen (2018). Land for Flood Risk Management: A catchment-wide and cross-disciplinary perspective. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 11(1). SPECIAL ISSUE. Impact Factor: 3.121.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2018). SPECIAL SECTION on Dynamics of Land Policies Triggers and Implications. Land Use Policy, 77(2018). Impact Factor: 3.089.

Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (eds) (2018). Instruments of Land Policy Dealing with Scarcity of Land. Abington: Routledge.       

  • Hartmann, Thomas & Gerber, Jean-David (2018). Land, scarcity, and property rights. In: Gerber et al. (eds) Instruments of Land Policy (pp. 3-7). Abington: Routledge.
  • Hengstermann, Andreas & Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Instruments of land policy four types of intervention. In: Gerber et al. (eds) Instruments of Land Policy (pp. 27-32). Abington: Routledge.
  • Gerber, Jean-David; Hartmann, Thomas; Hengstermann, Andreas (2018). Planning with or against property rights. In: Gerber et al. (eds) Instruments of Land Policy (pp. 337-349).  Abington: Routledge.       

 

van Straalen, Fennie; Hartmann, Thomas; Sheehan, John (eds), (2018). Property rights and climate change. Land-use under changing environmental conditions. Abington: Routledge.

  • van Straalen, Fennie; Hartmann, Thomas; Sheehan, John (2018) Changing environmental conditions, property rights and land-use planning. In van Straalen et al. (eds), Property rights and climate change (pp. 1-10). Abington: Routledge.
  • Hartmann, Thomas; van Straalen, Fennie; Sheehan, John (2018) The social construction of changing environmental conditions. In van Straalen et al. (eds), Property rights and climate change (pp. 182-190). Abington: Routledge

Book Chapters

Holtslag-Broekhof, Sanne; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2018). Compulsory acquisition in the Netherlands. In Glen Searle (ed.) Compulsory Property Acquisition for Densification. (pp. 20-29). Abington: Routledge.

Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Ethik in der Raumplanung. In Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (eds), Handwörterbuch der Stadt- und Raumentwicklung. (pp. 571-576). Hannover: ARL.

Scholten, Tom, & Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Flood resilience and legitimacy: An exploration of Dutch flood risk management. In E.-M. Trell, B. Restemeyer, M. M. Bakema, & B. van Hoven (Eds.), Governing for Resilience in Vulnerable Places (pp. 7791). Oxon: Routledge.

Professional publications

Cross, Katharine et al. (2018). Action Agenda for Basin-Connected Cities - Influencing and Activating Urban Stakeholders to be Water Stewards in their Basins. IWA. Available at: http://www.iwa-network.org/projects/basin-action-agenda

Jüpner, Robert; Bachmann, Daniel; Fekete, Alexander; Hartmann, Thomas; Pohl, Reinhard; Schmitt, Theo; Schulte, Achim (2018). Resilienz im Hochwasserrisikomanagement. Korrespondenz Abfallwirtschaft 2018(11). 656-663.

Scheffer, Niklas & Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Das Wiener Modell Eine gerechte Wohnungspolitik? RaumPlanung 199(6), 50-54.

Hartmann, Thomas & Slavíková, Lenka (2018). How Private Land Matters in Flood Risk Management. IWRA Policy Brief.

Kaufmann, Maria, & Hartmann, Thomas (2018). Die Niederlande und Wasser: vom technischen Küstenschutz zum Deltaprogramm im Hinterland. Geographische Rundschau, 2018(3), 2025.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2017

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Machác, Jan; Hartmann, Thomas; Jilkova, Jirina (2017). Negotiating land for flood risk management Upstream-downstream in the light of economic game theory. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 11(19; 66-75. doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12317. Impact Factor: 3.121

Roos, Matthijs; Hartmann, Thomas; Spit, Tejo J.M. & Johann, Georg (2017). Constructing Risks Internalisation of Flood Risks in the Flood Risk Management Plan. Environmental Science and Policy, 74, 23-29. doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2017.04.007. Impact Factor: 3.018

Gerber, Jean-David; Narath, Stéphane; Hartmann, Thomas (2017). The strategic use of time-limited property rights in land-use planning. Evidence from Switzerland. Environment and Planning A, 49(7), 1684-1703. doi: 10.1177/0308518X17701916. Impact Factor: 1.389

Saputra, Erlis; Hartmann, Thomas; Zoomers, Annelies; Spit, Tejo J.M. (2017). Fighting the ignorance: The response to land subsidence by public authorities and land users in Indonesia. American Journal of Climate Change. 6(1): 1-21. doi: 10.4236/ajcc.2017.61001.

Professional publications

Jehling, Mathias, & Hartmann, Thomas (2017). Gerechtigkeit und Infrastrukturplanung. Politische Studien 2017(475) 8088.

Hartmann Thomas & Basta, Claudia (2017). International conference Jane Jacobs 100 in Delft, The Netherlands, 2425 May 2016. Town Planning Review (TPR). Town Planning Review (TPR). 88(2).

Jehling, Mathias, & Hartmann, Thomas (2017). Widerspruch und Überlagerung: räumliche Szenarien zur Gerechtigkeit. In W. de Vries (Ed.), Attraktiv und lukrativ. Ideelle und finanzielle Wertschätzungen Ländlicher Räume. Materialiensammlung des Lehrstuhls für Bodenordnung und Landentwicklung: Vol. 49 (pp. 2225). München: Lehrstuhl für Bodenordnung und Landentwicklung.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2016

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Schmitt, Sarah Maria & Hartmann, Thomas (2016). Clumsy city by design a theory for Jane Jacobs imperfect cities? Urban Planning, 1(4): 42-50. 

Thaler, Thomas & Hartmann, Thomas (2016). Justice and flood risk management: Reflecting on different approaches to distribute and allocate flood risk management in Europe. Natural Hazards. doi:10.1007/s11069-016-2305-1. Impact Factor: 1.833

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2016). Legitimizing differentiated flood protection levels - Consequences of the European flood risk management plan. Environmental Science & Policy. 361-367. doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2015.08.013. Impact Factor: 3.751

van Ruiten, Leon & Hartmann, Thomas (2016). The spatial turn and the scenario approach in flood risk management Implementing the European Floods Directive in the Netherlands. AIMS Environmental Science. 3(4): 697-713.

Editorships (books & special issues)

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (eds) (2016). Frontiers of Land and Water Governance in Urban Regions. Routledge Special Issues on Water Policy and Governance. Oxon: Routlegde.

  • Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2016). Introduction. In Hartmann. T. & Spit, T.J.M. (eds) Frontiers of Land and Water Governance in Urban Regions (pp. 1-7). Oxon: Routlegde.
  • Tempels, Barbara & Hartmann, Tejo J.M. (2016). A co-evolving frontier between land and water Dilemmas of flexibility versus robustness in flood risk management. In Hartmann. T. & Spit, T.J.M. (eds) Frontiers of Land and Water Governance in Urban Regions (pp. 82-93). Oxon: Routlegde.

Book Chapters

Hartmann, Thomas, & Geertman, Stan (2016). Planning Theory. In J. Torfing & C. Ansell (Eds.), Handbook on Theories of Governance (pp. 61-70). Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Professional publications

Roomer, Manou & Hartmann, Thomas (2016). Maatwerk als redding van welstand? Rooilijn - tijdschrift voor wetenschap en beleid in de ruimtelijke ordening, 49(1), 58-63.

Jehling, Mathias & Hartmann Thomas (2016). Land governance: The LANDac conference in Utrecht, The Netherlands, 810 July 2015. Town Planning Review (TPR). 87(1), 99-104.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2015

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2015). Towards an integrated water management - Comparing German and Dutch water law from a spatial planning perspective. International Journal of Water Governance. 3(2), 5978. doi: 10.7564/14-IJWG68.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2015). Implementing European climate adaptation policy - How local policymakers react to European policy. TeMA. Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment, 7 (1), 51-68. doi: 10.6092/1970-9870/2918

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2015). Implementing the European Flood Risk Management Plan. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. doi: 10.1080/09640568.2015.1012581. Impact Factor: 1.560

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2015). Dilemmas of involvement in land management Comparing an active (Dutch) and a passive (German) approach. Land Use Policy, 42, 729737. doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2014.10.004. Impact Factor: 3.089

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas & Jílková, Jirina (2015). Wasser-Governance matters. Nachrichten der ARL, 3(2015), 45-46.

Hartmann, Thomas, & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2015). Theorie toepasbaar op praktijk: planologie in Utrecht. Rooilijn - tijdschrift voor wetenschap en beleid in de ruimtelijke ordening, 48(1), 32-37.

Hengstermann, Andreas & Hartmann, Thomas (2015). From Control to Co-Evolution TPR conference report on AESOP 2014. Town Planning Review (TPR), 86 (1). 103-108. 

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2014

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Tempels, Barbara, & Hartmann, Thomas (2014). A co-evolving frontier between land and water: dilemmas of flexibility versus robustness in flood risk management. Water International, 39(6), 872883. doi: 10.1080/02508060.2014.958797. Impact Factor: 1.538

Hartmann, Thomas & Hengstermann, Andreas (2014). Territorial cohesion through spatial policies - An analysis with Cultural Theory and clumsy solutions. Central European Journal of Public Policy, 8(1), 30-49.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2014). Capacity Building for the Integration of Climate Adaptation into Urban Planning Processes: The Dutch Experience. American Journal of Climate Change, 03(03), 245-252.  

Donders, Maud A.R.T., Hartmann, Thomas & Kokx, Anita J.M.C. (2014). E-participation in urban planning: Getting and keeping citizens involved. International Journal of E-Planning Research, 3(2), 54-69. doi: 10.4018/ijepr.2014040104 

Hartmann, Thomas & Albrecht, Juliane (2014). From flood protection to flood risk management: Condition-based and performance-based regulations in German water law. Journal of Environmental Law, 26(2), 243-268. doi: 10.1093/jel/equ015. Impact Factor: 1.021 

Hartmann, Thomas & Juepner, Robert (2014). The Flood Risk Management Plan An essential step towards the institutionalization of a paradigm shift. International Journal of Water Governance, 2(1), 107-118.

Editorships (books & special issues)

Hartmann, Thomas, & Spit, Tejo J.M. (eds.) (2014). Frontiers of land and water governance in urban regions. Water International, 39(6).  SPECIAL ISSUE. Impact Factor: 1.538

Hartmann, Thomas, & Jüpner, Robert (eds.) (2014). The European flood risk management plan: Between spatial planning and water engineering. Journal of Flood Risk Management, SPECIAL ISSUE.  Impact Factor: 3.121

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas, & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2014). Book Review: M. Reimer, P. Getimis and H. Blotevogel: Spatial planning systems and practices in Europe: A comparative perspective on continuity and changes. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment. doi: 10.1007/s10901-014-9422-5 

Hartmann, Thomas, & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2014). Policy Brief No. 3: Land and Water Governance in Urban Regions. IWRA: www.iwra.org.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2013

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Hartmann, Thomas & Driessen, Peter P.J. (2013).The Flood Risk Management Plan: Towards spatial water governance. Journal of Flood Risk Management, doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12077.  Impact Factor: 3.121

Book Chapters

Hartmann, Thomas (2013). Der Steuerungsansatz des Hochwasserrisikomanagementplanes zum Zusammenspiel von Raumplanung und Wasserwirtschaft. In V. Lüderitz, A. Dittrich, R. Jüpner, A. Schulte, F. Reinstorf & B. Ettmer (Eds.), Die Elbe im Spannungsfeld von Hochwasserschutz, Naturschutz und Schifffahrt (pp. 126-142). Magdeburg: Shaker.

Hartmann, Thomas & Juepner, Robert (2013). Der Hochwasserrisikomanagementplan; Herausforderung für Wasserwirtschaft und Raumplanung. In J. Stamm & K. Graw (Eds.), Technischer und organisatorischer Hochwasserschutz (pp. 183-192). Dresden: IWD. 

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2013). Buchrezension: van der Cammen, H.; de Klerk, L.; Dekker, G.; Witsen, Peter P. (2013): The Selfmade Land: Culture and Evolution of Urban and Regional Planning in the Netherlands. Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 71(5), 437-438. 

Klee, Andreas, Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2013). Sustainable governance of land and water - ARL Summer School 2013. ARL Nachrichten, 43(4), 12-14.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2012

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Hartmann, Thomas (2012).Wicked problems and clumsy solutions: Planning as expectation management. Planning Theory, 11(3), 242-256.  Impact Factor: 1.409 

Editorships (books & special issues)

Hartmann, Thomas & Needham, Barrie (eds) (2012). Planning by law and property rights reconsidered. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

  • Hartmann, Thomas & Needham, Barrie (2012). Introduction: Why reconsider planning by law and property rights? In T. Hartmann & B. Needham (Eds.), Planning by law and property rights reconsidered (pp. 1-22). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. 
  • Needham, Barie & Hartmann, Thomas (2012). Conclusion. In T. Hartmann & B. Needham (Eds.), Planning by law and property rights reconsidered (pp. 219-228). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.
  • Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2012). Managing riverside property: Spatial water management in Germany from a Dutch perspective. In T. Hartmann & B. Needham (Eds.), Planning by law and property rights reconsidered (pp. 97-116). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. 

Book Chapters

Hartmann, Thomas (2012). Land policy for German rivers: Making space for the rivers. In J.F. Warner, A. van Buuren & J. Edelenbos (Eds.), Making space for the river: Governance experiences with multifunctional river flood management in the US and Europe (pp. 121-133). London: IWA. 

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2012). Rationaliteiten in ruimtelijke planvorming: Een theoretisch perspectief op participatiemanagement vanuit de burger. Bestuurswetenschappen, 6, 36-51.

Hartmann, Thomas & Spit, Tejo J.M. (2012). Book review: Strong stories - How the Dutch are reinventing spatial planning. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 32(4), 502-504. 

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2011

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Hartmann, Thomas (2011). Den Flüssen mehr Raum geben - Umsetzungsrestriktionen in Recht und Praxis. Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 69(4), 257-268. doi: 10.1007/s13147-011-0091-5

Hartmann, Thomas (2011). Contesting land policies for space for rivers - Rational, viable, and clumsy floodplain management. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 4(3), 165-175. doi: 10.1111/j.1753-318X.2011.01101.x. Impact Factor: 3.121

Book

Hartmann, Thomas (2011). Clumsy Floodplains. Responsive Land Policy for Extreme Floods. Farnham Surrey: Ashgate.

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2011). Verzwickte Flussgemeinschaft - Warum es so schwierig ist, den Flüssen Raum zu geben. Conference proceedings Internationalen Rheinkonferenz: Zukunft Rhein 2010 (17-19 November, 2010) (pp. 74-75). Bonn: Regionale 2010, Internationalen Rheinkonferenz: Zukunft Rhein 2010.

Hartmann, Thomas & Filius, Friedel C. (2011). Geo-risico governance - ruimtelijke planning voor het onverwachte. In G. Bouma, F. Filius, E. Vanempten & B. Waterhout (eds.), Planning van de toekomst (pp. 377-385). Bruxelles: Plandag 2011.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2010

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Hartmann, Thomas (2010). Reframing polyrational floodplains - land policy for large areas for temporary emergency retention. Nature and Culture, 5(1), 15-30. doi: 10.3167/nc.2010.050102. Impact Factor: 1.931

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

2009

Academic publications (international, peer-reviewed)

Hartmann, Thomas (2009).Clumsy floodplains and the law: Towards a responsive land policy for extreme floods. Built Environment, 35 (4), 531-544. doi: 10.2148/benv.35.4.531

Professional publications

Hartmann, Thomas (2009). Polyrationeel grondbeleid voor overstromingen. Rooilijn - tijdschrift voor wetenschap en beleid in de ruimtelijke ordening, 42(1), 44-49.

__________

M E M B E R S H I P S

since 2016       Member of the AESOP thematic group Ethics, Values & Planning

since 2014       IWRA (International Water Resource Association)

2014-2015       Food, Energy, Environment & Water (FE2W) Network

since 2008       Founding member of AESOP group Risk Resilience & Mitigation Strategies"

since 2007       Founding member of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (www.plpr-association.org).

since 2007       Founding member of the HochwasserKompetenzCentrum (HKC)

since 2006       AESOP Young Academics Network

2005-2015       Junges Forum, Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (ARL)

__________

C O M M I S S I O N S   O F   T R U S T   A N D   N E T W O R K 

Thomas Hartmann can rely on a robust, large, and reliable international network of academics and professionals. He is not only member of many such networks in the field of spatial planning, water management, and related fields, but he always plays a pro-active role - he often initiates and organizes activities. The following overview provides some insight in the most important commissions of trust and network activities. Don't hesitate to contact him if there are any questions!

2020: Mentor at the PhD e-seminar of AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning). 

2020: Mentor for the AESOP Young Academics (Association of European Schools of Planning) (Virtual) Expert Clinic.

Since 2020: President of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (www.plpr-association.org).

2019: Mentor of the PhD workshop in Italy at the Young Academics of AESOP

Since 2019: Member of the Academic Advisory Board in the project on policy coordination in flood risk management at BOKU, Vienna, AT.

Since 2019 : Member of Editorial Board in the journal GeoScape.

Since 2019 : Work Package Leader at the expert group Resilience in Flood Risk Management of the German association for water, wastewater, and waste management (DWA)

Since 2018 : Associate Editor of the Journal WIREs Water (Impact Factor: 4.451)

Since 2018 : Member of Periodiek Overleg Planologie (Dutch planning professors meeting)

Since 2017 : Editor of Journal of Flood Risk Management (Impact Factor: 3.066)

Since 2017 : Editor of Journal Urban Planning.

Since 2017: Member of the working group of the German Associations of Environmental Engineers (BWK) on "high groundwater", which aims at developing a handbook on how to deal with groundwater. 

2017: Member of the organization committee of the LANDac conference conference on Land Governance, Utrecht, NL (June 2017).

2016: Review Organizer of the 11th annual conference of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights in Hong Kong, CN.

2016-2019: Member of the Academic Advisory Board of the project RegioFlood at BOKU, Vienna, AT.

since 2016: Member of the Editorial Board of journal Transactions of AESOP

since 2016: Vice-President of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (www.plpr-association.org).

since 2016: Controller & project manager of the project Hochwasserpass at HKC.

2015-2017: Dutch representative of the Management Committee COST Action Innovations in Climate Governance: Sources, Patterns and Effects (INOGOV).

since 2015: Associate Editor of TeMA, Journal of Land Use, Mobility & Environment.

since 2015: Member of the Editorial Board of InPlanning NL (including the Journals Rooilijn, Agora, planning series of SDU publishers).

2015-2017: Member of the Scientific Board in the project "Cross-border Flood Risk Management", financed by the Czech Ministry for Education.

2015-2018: Main contact for the Department Human Geography and Planning in AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning).

2015 : Member of the international expert group for the communication of the complexity of climate change (in cooperation with the Institute IREUS, Stuttgart, and the German Academy for Spatial Planning and Research, ARL).

since 2014: Member of the OECD Water Governance Initiative. 2015, the Water Governance Principles have been ratified by the 34 member states of OECD.

since 2014: Member of the experts group on land readjustment by the Dutch Cadastre.

2014 2016: Member of the working group Grundstücksverfügbarkeit für hydromorphologische Maßnahmen of the German association of water engineers (BWK).

2011 2012 : Member of the Dutch expert group on water governance (Waterkring).

2010 2014 : Secretary General of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (www.plpr-association.org).

2008 2010 : PhD Coordinator of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (www.plpr-association.org).

since 2007 : Speaker of the Advisory Board of the German Flood Competence Centre (HochwasserKompetenzCentrum, www.hkc-online.de).

P R O J E C T S

Horizon2020 SUMEX SUstainable Management in EXtractive Industries (2020-2023)
The main mission of SUMEX is to assist policymakers and other stakeholders in extractive industries to provide a sustainable supply of mineral raw materials. Thomas Hartmann is mainly responsible to identify effective, efficient, legitimate, and just land policy strategies for this highly location-dependent land use. The budget share for which Thomas Hartmann is responsible is 140.000 Euro.

GoverDENSE Governing densification. The impact of performance-based planning on qualitative urban densification (2020-2024)

The project is led by Bern University (CH) and deals with the land governance of urban densification. In cooperation with the IÖR Dresden, case studies from the Netherlands and Switzerland are compared. Here, land policy and legal aspects are combined with GIS methods. The project with 3 PhDs and one PostDoc has a budget of 670.000 Euro. Thomas Hartmann will be co-promoting PhDs.

Managing Public Space (2020-2025)

Based on two earlier studies, and on funding from a consortium of professional partners a dedicated research programme on "managing public space", including an extraordinary professor and a PhD, will be established. The total volume of the project is approximately 1.4 million Euro. The project managed by Thomas Hartmann is 750.000 Euro.

NWO GROEN III SPLENDID (2020-2024)

The project Spatial PLanning for ENvironmentally DIverse circular Development (SPLENDID) provides policy makers with a methodology to assess the spatial implications of implementing circular agricultural practices. It explores a reorganization of the land use pattern. Thomas Hartmann covers the topic of instruments and strategies of land policies to achieve this. The project budget is 1.240.000 Euro.

MaPS Towards an educational programme for Managing Public Space (2019):

This project explores educational needs and potentials of an academic educational programme for managing public space. This pre-study for a larger project is budgeted at 32.500 Euro.

AESOP thematic group activity teaching planning law (2019)

Thomas Hartmann is an activity of the AESOP thematic group on panning. Law and property rights on teaching planning law. AESOP supports this with 1.500 Euro.

AESOP Lecture 50 years spatial planning in the Netherlands (2019)

Within the AESOP lecture series, Thomas Hartmann is organizing a lecture by Barrie Needham with a co-presentation by Eveline van Leeuwen and a symposium. AESOP supports this with 2.000 Euro.

ARL project on Bodenpolitische Impulse für effektives Flächenmanagement (2019)

The Academy for Spatial Planning and Research (ARL) supports an international working group on land policy. Thomas Hartmann initiates and leads this project together with Andreas Hengstermann, Bern University. Therefore the ARL provides ~ 40.000 Euro.

COST Action Public Value Capture of Increasing Property Values (2018-2022)

The main aim of this COST Action is the development of a common framework for value capturing and the provision of innovative tools for public value capture based on comparative analysis to optimize the allocation of development costs and benefits. Thomas Hartmann is member of the Management Committee.

COST Action LAND4FLOOD (2017-2021)  
The COST network with partners from more than 30 countries addresses Natural Flood Risk Management on Private Land and was initiated together with colleagues from J-E_P- University Usti nad Labem, CZ; Thomas Hartmann is Vice-Action Chair. The estimated total budget is about 650-750.000 Euro.

NWO SURF Pop-Up Project: Grond voor Wonen (2017-2018)
This project explores land policy of Dutch municipalities, including a nation-wide survey. The project is supported by a PostDoc and a PhD student. The project budget is 50.000 Euro.

INHaLE seed money (2017-2018)      
This project focuses on risk perception towards natural hazards, and (in)action and decision-making. The seed money entails 5.000 Euro.

STRIMA II Sächsisch-Tschechisches Hochwasserrisikomanagement (2017-2021)
This project focuses on collaboration between Saxonian and Czech flood risk management. Thomas Hartmann is involved with a budget of ~21.000 Euro.

FUTURE DELTAS: FLOOD-PREP (2017-2018)      
This seed money project explores resilience of historic inner city areas. An international workshop and a special issue are core activities. The project volume was ~ 15.000 Euro.

JPI URBAN EUROPE: FLOOLABEL (2017-2020)  
The central aim of the FLOODLABEL project is to improve resilience and adaptive capacity of cities in a smart manner to sustain urban living in Europe. Thomas Hartmann co-initiated the project with a total volume of ~800,000 Euro.

LANDac II (20162021)         
The LANDacademy (LANDac) deals with the link of "Land Governance" and sustainable spatial development. Thomas Hartmann organizes special sessions, leading to a special issue in Land Use Policy and a book project on "Property Rights and Climate Change". LANDac is financed by the Dutch Cadastre and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Thomas Hartmann is involved with a budget of ~ 80,000 Euro (total budget: ~ 2 million Euro).

FUTURE DELTAS: FLOODLAND (2016-2017)      
In this seed-money project, Thomas Hartmann organized a workshop of the consortium FLOODLAND (see www.floodland.net) in Utrecht in April 2016, where a book project was prepared and a Horizon 2020 project proposal has been prepared on Land for Flood Risk Management. The seed money was ~ 15,000 Euro.

International competencies in one-year master's programmes (2015-2017)    
The aim of the project is the internationalization of one-year master's programmes at Utrecht University. Thomas Hartmann represents the case study on the MSc Spatial Planning. The project had an overall volume of ~ 250,000 Euro, with a budget of ~ 20,000 Euro for spatial planning.

Cost Action INOGOV (2015-2018)     
Within the COST network "Innovations in Climate Governance" Thomas Hartmann was part of the management committee (Dutch substitute).

CrossFLOOD (2014-2017)      
CrossFLOOD is a project in the EUPRO II research program financed by the Czech Ministry of Education. Thomas Hartmann and Prof Jirina Jílková, JEP University in Ústí nad Labem, CZ initiated this project with a budget of ~ 100,000 Euro.

HKC project: Hochwasserpass (2012-ongoing)         
In collaboration with the German Insurance Association (GDV) and the German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA), the German Flood Competence Center (HKC) is developing a flood label for buildings. It inspired the JPI Urban Europe project FLOODLABEL (see above). The German Insurance Association (GDV) finances the project with a volume of ~ 100,000 Euro.

HKC project: Akzeptanz von Auenretention (2015-2017)       
In the project, Thomas Hartmann is developing communication strategies to increase the acceptance of retention measures in collaboration with the German Flood Competence Center in (HKC) and the German water authority Lippeverband (EGLV). The project is linked to a master's thesis and initially comprises ~ 6,000 Euro.

AESOP Congress From Control to Co-evolution (completed in 2014)       
Thomas Hartmann was the main organizer of the Congress of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) 2014 in Utrecht. Almost 1,000 abstracts were submitted and about 800 international academics participated in the event. The project had a total volume of ~ 240,000 Euro.

ARL Summer School Sustainable Governance of  Land and Water (completed in 2013)
The PhD Summer School was financed by the German Academy for Spatial Research and Regional Planning (ARL). Thomas Hartmann organized the event with a total budget of ~ 12,000 Euro. The results are an IWRA Webinar and Policy Brief, a Special Issue (Water International) and a book publication (Routledge).

Conference Planning, Law, and Property Rights (completed in 2010)        
About 125 international academics participated in the 2010 annual conference of the International Academic Association on Planning, Law and Property Rights (www.plpr-association.org) at TU Dortmund. Thomas Hartmann was one of the main organizers. The total budget amounted to ~ 25,000 Euro.

__________

P h D   S U P E R V I S I O N

Completed PhD projects (as supervisor)

  • Sattwick Biswas (2019): The mysteries of valuation Two land acquisition cases in India
    Faculty of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund University (DE)

 

Ongoing PhD projects (as co-promoter)

  • Josje Bouwmeester (since 2020). Land Policy for Urban Densification. Financed by the SNF project GovernDense.
  • Eline van Weelden (since 2020). Managing Public Space by Design. Supported by the project Managing Public Space.
  • Mozafar Said (since 2020). Management of Public Space and Spatial Planning. Supported by the project Managing Public Space.
  • Maaike Happel (since 2020). Adoption of sustainable soil practices based on agricultural residuals: comparing demographic, social, economic and behavioural factors towards an agent-based model. Funded by NWO project SINCERE
  • Gert Jan Dral (since 2019). Participation the spatial component
    self-funded
  • Peter Lacoere (since 2019): Limits to land take - No net land take as a goal and the implementation of it in Flanders, Belgium
    Financed by the Flemish PWO (BE)
  • Jan-Eelco Jansma, since 2018: An urban planning experiment for agriculture at meso level: 26 the case of Oosterwold, Almere (NL). Financed by Wageningen University
  • Nadine Keller, since 2018: The OECD Water Governance Principles
    Financed by the consultancy office Sweco (NL)
  • Duncan van der Hoek, since 2017: Flexibility of land-use plans
    Funded by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
  • Karin Snel, since 2017: PSS for the FLOODLABEL
    Funded by the JPI Urban Europe project FLOODLABEL
  • Jutta Hesse, since 2016: Land use planning in Ghana.
    Subsidy by German Heinrich Böll Stiftung pending
  • Ehsan Nouzari, since 2016: Governance of the Underground.
    Financed by Witteveen+Bos (private construction company)
  • Mark Koelman, since 2015: Land management and energy transition.
    Financed by Dutch Alliander Group (energy net company)
  • Tom Scholten, since 2015: Frontiers of land and water governance
    Financed by Dutch Ministry for Infrastructure and the Environment (I&M)

 

Member of PhD committees (as external examiner)

  • Lydia Cumiskey (2020). A Framework for Assessing Integration in Flood Risk Management across Governance, Policy and Practice: Applications to England and Serbia, Middlesex University, UK.
  • Erlis Saputra (2020). Land Subsidence as a Sleeping Disaster Case studies from Indonesia, Utrecht University, NL.
  • Erda Rindarsh (2020). Travelling in the Indonesian Ring of Fire: Tourism development in a disaster prone environment, Utrecht University, NL.
  • Eero Valtonon (2018). Promotion of local public objectives with public land development is it effective. University of Aalto, FI
  • Anna Leditschke (2018). Justice for All? The Construction and Validation of Justice in Planning, University of South Australia, AU.
  • Adefeme O. Adegeye (2018). Spatial Justice in South Africa, University of Pretoria, ZA.
  • Paul Hudson (2017). The Use of Insurance to Improve Flood Resilience, VU Amsterdam, NL.
  • Barbara Tempels (2016). Flood Resilience A Co-evolutionary Approach, Gent University, BE.

__________

O R G A N I Z E D   A C A D E M I C   A C T I V I T I E S

2020

Organizer and chair of IWRA Webinar on LAND4FLOOD: " Flood resilience of private properties " (January 2020).

2019

Co-Organizer of AESOP thematic group activity Teaching Planning Law in Wageningen, NL (October 2019).

Co-Organizer of AESOP Lecture 50 years spatial planning in the Netherlands von Prof. em. Dr. Barrie Needham in Wageningen, NL (October 2019).

Co-Organizer of special session on Experiments and Role Board Games as a Supporting Tool for Environmental Government and Planning at the TERRAvision conference (September 2019).

Co-Organizer European conference on Risk Perception, Behaviour, Management and Response (LAND4FLOOD) (March 2019).

2018

Organizer and chair of a special session on "Implementing flood-resilience on the local scale when natural science and water engineering meets property rights" at the Water Science Impact conference in Wageningen, NL (14 October 2018).

Organizer and chair of a special session on "Financial Schemes for Flood Recovery and Their Impact to Flood Resilience " at the Water Science Impact conference in Wageningen, NL (14 October 2018).

Organizer and chair of IWRA Webinar on LAND4FLOOD: "How land matters in flood risk management" (June 2018).

2017

Co-Organizer of the LANDac conference, Utrecht, NL (June 2017).

Special session on Land for flood risk management at the
International Conference in Flood Management, Leeds, UK (September 2017).

2016

Workshop on the "FLOODLABEL" at Utrecht University, Utrecht, NL (August 2016).

Special session on "Effects of climate change on property rights" at LANDac in Utrecht, NL (July 2016).

Special session on "Jane Jacobs, ethics, and the just city" at the conference on Jane Jacobs 100, at TU Delft, NL (May 2016).

Workshop of the network "FLOODLAND" at Utrecht University (April 2016).

Special roundtable to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the International Academic Conference on Planning, Law, and Property Rights, Bern.

Special session on "Instruments of Land Policy"

Special session on "Property Rights Under Changing Environmental Conditions"

2015

Special session on "The Time Factor and Planning Instruments"

2014

Co-organizer of the AESOP congress From control to co-evolution in Utrecht, NL.

IWRA Webinar "Frontiers of land and water governance".

2013

ARL Summer School Sustainable Governance of Land and Water in Utrecht, NL.

2010

PhD session at the conference on Planning, Law, and Property Rights in Dortmund, DE.

Conference on Planning, Law, and Property Rights in Dortmund, DE.

2009

PhD session at the conference on Planning, Law, and Property Rights in Aalborg, Denmark.