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CURRICULUM VITAE Yusuf Ahmed Köroglu (+43) 680 238 88 66 y.koeroglu@hotmail.com Margaretenstraße 30/59, 1040 Wien

Jänner 2018 Diwahn Architekts kurzfristige Projektmitarbeit

Juni 2017 Pizzinini Architekten kurzfristige Projektmitarbeit

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Oktober 2016 - aktuell Masterstudium Architektur Technische Universität Wien Juli 2013 Praktikum Camoglu Architecture Sep. 2009 - Sep. 2011 Bachelorstudium Betriebswirtschaft Universität Wien (abgebrochen) Sep. 2002 - Jun. 2006 Gymnasium

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März 2012 - Oktober 2016 Bachelorstudium Architektur Technische Universität Wien Aug. - Sep. 2012 Praktikum KIV Design Studio Sep. 2008 - Jun. 2009 Deutschkurs Vorstudienlehrgang Wien 16.06.1988 Geburt


Demokratie Forum Besucherzentrum

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NatĹonal Park Gesäuse

2017

2014 ss

Extended Beyond

Disaster Mitigation and Security

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AIM OF COURSE Architects have an opportunity to fully embrace the unique and valuable contributions they can make as design leaders in communities at risk of natural hazards. This course aims to develop practical solutions for public buildings in disaster-prone regions. SUBJECT OF COURSE Disaster Mitigation is one of the pressing issues of our time. When looking at the phases of crisis management, architecture is involved in various areas. The most obvious task is the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed buildings and settlements when a natural disaster has already happened. However, architects have to be involved already in the mitigation phase by providing practical solutions for disaster resistant designs. Providing water, food and shelter may secure the immediate survival however, past events have shown that we have to take precautions for mid- to long-term accommodation. Participants of this course will be introduced to the basic requirements for disaster resistant construction and learn about possible solutions for the implementation of crisis management. The design process will additionally be supervised by a civil engineer who will help us in finding viable structural solutions.

2016 ss

2016 ss


Demokratie Forum Besucherzentrum

Wettbewerb Karlsplatz Passage Extended Beyond

2017

2013 ws

NatĹonal Park Gesäuse

2014 ss

Disaster Mitigation and Security

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AIM OF COURSE Architects have an opportunity to fully embrace the unique and valuable contributions they can make as design leaders in communities at risk of natural hazards. This course aims to develop practical solutions for public buildings in disaster-prone regions. SUBJECT OF COURSE Disaster Mitigation is one of the pressing issues of our time. When looking at the phases of crisis management, architecture is involved in various areas. The most obvious task is the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed buildings and settlements when a natural disaster has already happened. However, architects have to be involved already in the mitigation phase by providing practical solutions for disaster resistant designs. Providing water, food and shelter may secure the immediate survival however, past events have shown that we have to take precautions for mid- to long-term accommodation. Participants of this course will be introduced to the basic requirements for disaster resistant construction and learn about possible solutions for the implementation of crisis management. The design process will additionally be supervised by a civil engineer who will help us in finding viable structural solutions.

2016 ss

2016 ss


Demokratie Forum Besucherzentrum

Disaster Mitigation and Security 2016 ss

2013 ws

Wettbewerb Karlsplatz Passage

NatĹonal Park Gesäuse

2017

2014 ss

Extended Beyond

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:VTVG,ĂšSPHMV

AIM OF COURSE Architects have an opportunity to fully embrace the unique and valuable contributions they can make as design leaders in communities at risk of natural hazards. This course aims to develop practical solutions for public buildings in disaster-prone regions. SUBJECT OF COURSE Disaster Mitigation is one of the pressing issues of our time. When looking at the phases of crisis management, architecture is involved in various areas. The most obvious task is the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed buildings and settlements when a natural disaster has already happened. However, architects have to be involved already in the mitigation phase by providing practical solutions for disaster resistant designs. Providing water, food and shelter may secure the immediate survival however, past events have shown that we have to take precautions for mid- to long-term accommodation. Participants of this course will be introduced to the basic requirements for disaster resistant construction and learn about possible solutions for the implementation of crisis management. The design process will additionally be supervised by a civil engineer who will help us in finding viable structural solutions.

2016 ss


Demokratie Forum Besucherzentrum

DesÄągn StudÄąo Home 2016 ss

2013 ws

Wettbewerb Karlsplatz Passage

NatĹonal Park Gesäuse

2017

2014 ss

Extended Beyond

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:VTVG,ĂšSPHMV

AIM OF COURSE Architects have an opportunity to fully embrace the unique and valuable contributions they can make as design leaders in communities at risk of natural hazards. This course aims to develop practical solutions for public buildings in disaster-prone regions. SUBJECT OF COURSE Disaster Mitigation is one of the pressing issues of our time. When looking at the phases of crisis management, architecture is involved in various areas. The most obvious task is the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed buildings and settlements when a natural disaster has already happened. However, architects have to be involved already in the mitigation phase by providing practical solutions for disaster resistant designs. Providing water, food and shelter may secure the immediate survival however, past events have shown that we have to take precautions for mid- to long-term accommodation. Participants of this course will be introduced to the basic requirements for disaster resistant construction and learn about possible solutions for the implementation of crisis management. The design process will additionally be supervised by a civil engineer who will help us in finding viable structural solutions.

2016 ss


Demokratie Forum Besucherzentrum

NatĹonal Park Gesäuse 2014 ss

2013 ws

Wettbewerb Karlsplatz Passage Extended Beyond

2017

Disaster Mitigation and Security

DesÄągn StudÄąo Home

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:VTVG,ĂšSPHMV

AIM OF COURSE Architects have an opportunity to fully embrace the unique and valuable contributions they can make as design leaders in communities at risk of natural hazards. This course aims to develop practical solutions for public buildings in disaster-prone regions. SUBJECT OF COURSE Disaster Mitigation is one of the pressing issues of our time. When looking at the phases of crisis management, architecture is involved in various areas. The most obvious task is the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed buildings and settlements when a natural disaster has already happened. However, architects have to be involved already in the mitigation phase by providing practical solutions for disaster resistant designs. Providing water, food and shelter may secure the immediate survival however, past events have shown that we have to take precautions for mid- to long-term accommodation. Participants of this course will be introduced to the basic requirements for disaster resistant construction and learn about possible solutions for the implementation of crisis management. The design process will additionally be supervised by a civil engineer who will help us in finding viable structural solutions.

2016 ss

2016 ss


Demokratie Forum Besucherzentrum

2013 ws

Wettbewerb Karlsplatz Passage

NatĹonal Park Gesäuse

2017

2014 ss

Extended Beyond

Disaster Mitigation and Security

DesÄągn StudÄąo Home

%JTBTUFS.JUJHBUJPOBOE4FDVSJUZ JO#VJMEJOHT

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:VTVG,ĂšSPHMV

AIM OF COURSE Architects have an opportunity to fully embrace the unique and valuable contributions they can make as design leaders in communities at risk of natural hazards. This course aims to develop practical solutions for public buildings in disaster-prone regions. SUBJECT OF COURSE Disaster Mitigation is one of the pressing issues of our time. When looking at the phases of crisis management, architecture is involved in various areas. The most obvious task is the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed buildings and settlements when a natural disaster has already happened. However, architects have to be involved already in the mitigation phase by providing practical solutions for disaster resistant designs. Providing water, food and shelter may secure the immediate survival however, past events have shown that we have to take precautions for mid- to long-term accommodation. Participants of this course will be introduced to the basic requirements for disaster resistant construction and learn about possible solutions for the implementation of crisis management. The design process will additionally be supervised by a civil engineer who will help us in finding viable structural solutions.

2016 ss

2016 ss


Demokratie Forum Besucherzentrum

The End 2013 ws

Wettbewerb Karlsplatz Passage

NatĹonal Park Gesäuse

2017

2014 ss

Extended Beyond

Disaster Mitigation and Security

DesÄągn StudÄąo Home

%JTBTUFS.JUJHBUJPOBOE4FDVSJUZ JO#VJMEJOHT

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:VTVG,ĂšSPHMV

AIM OF COURSE Architects have an opportunity to fully embrace the unique and valuable contributions they can make as design leaders in communities at risk of natural hazards. This course aims to develop practical solutions for public buildings in disaster-prone regions. SUBJECT OF COURSE Disaster Mitigation is one of the pressing issues of our time. When looking at the phases of crisis management, architecture is involved in various areas. The most obvious task is the reconstruction of damaged or destroyed buildings and settlements when a natural disaster has already happened. However, architects have to be involved already in the mitigation phase by providing practical solutions for disaster resistant designs. Providing water, food and shelter may secure the immediate survival however, past events have shown that we have to take precautions for mid- to long-term accommodation. Participants of this course will be introduced to the basic requirements for disaster resistant construction and learn about possible solutions for the implementation of crisis management. The design process will additionally be supervised by a civil engineer who will help us in finding viable structural solutions.

2016 ss

2016 ss

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