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      TEACHING AND RESEARCH ON SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES VIENNA–FH CAMPUS WIEN

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          INTRODUCTION

          The University of Applied Sciences in Vienna has offered university degree programs in the field of construction for more than twenty years and has thus gained great expertise in developing its curriculum. Founded in 1996, the department of Building and Design consists of six university degree programs. A major strength of the department is the possibility to adapt to recent challenges in a timely manner. As shown in Figure 1, in the winter term 2008/2009, the master's degree program, Sustainability in the Construction Industry, was held for the first time; it was transformed into the master's degree program, Architecture—Green Building, in 2016. In 2013/14 the bachelor's degree program, Architecture—Green Building, started with the first students graduating in 2016. For ten years the department has focused on sustainability within the building, planning and designing processes.

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                Journal
                jgrb
                Journal of Green Building
                College Publishing
                1552-6100
                1943-4618
                1943-4618
                Summer 2018
                : 13
                : 3
                : 158-178
                Author notes

                1. Head of the master's degree program Architecture—Green Building, Univesity of Applied Sciences Vienna, FH Campus Wien, Favoritenstraße 226, 1100 Vienna, Austria

                2. Research associate, Univesity of Applied Sciences Vienna, FH Campus Wien, Favoritenstraße 226, 1100 Vienna, Austria

                3. CE project director and Senior Lecturer, Univesity of Applied Sciences Vienna, FH Campus Wien, Favoritenstraße 226, 1100 Vienna, Austria

                4. Lecturer for Building Physics and Innovative Energy Systems, Univesity of Applied Sciences Vienna, FH Campus Wien, Favoritenstraße 226, 1100 Vienna, Austria

                5. Research associate, Univesity of Applied Sciences Vienna, FH Campus Wien, Favoritenstraße 226, 1100 Vienna, Austria

                6. CE project director and Senior Lecturer, Univesity of Applied Sciences Vienna, FH Campus Wien, Favoritenstraße 226, 1100 Vienna, Austria

                7. R&D Spokesperson, Univesity of Applied Sciences Vienna, FH Campus Wien, Favoritenstraße 226, 1100 Vienna, Austria

                8. Translation and Language Assistance, Univesity of Applied Sciences Vienna, FH Campus Wien, Favoritenstraße 226, 1100 Vienna, Austria

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                jgb.13.3.158
                10.3992/1943-4618.13.3.158
                © 2018 College Publishing
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                Pages: 21
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                NEW DIRECTIONS IN TEACHING AND RESEARCH

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