The DLGS has a simple management structure with a flat hierarchy providing for inter-institutional and interdisciplinary collaboration. The organisational structure comprises a Management Board, an Advisory Board and an Advisory Commissions. The Management Board is the executive body of DLGS. It is in charge of developing and implementing strategies, plans and policies, as well as managing the DLGS. It comprises the Executive Director of IOER and four members from TUD and IOER. The Advisory Board includes professors from European universities and outstanding related professionals. It supports the work of the Management Board and provides advice on strategic orientation and the incorporation of basic research issues. Members of the Board may be involved in DLGS curricula activities as external experts. The Advisory Commission is established for each Doctoral Candidate on an individual basis. It has the function to guide and monitore the doctoral work.
Members of Management Board
Prof. Dr. Antonia Kupfer, Head of the Chair of Macrosociology, Institute of Sociology, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science, TU Dresden
Prof. Dr. Marc Wolfram, Executive Director of the Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER), Dresden and Head of the Chair of Spatial Development, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, TU Dresden
Dr. Paulina Schiappacasse, Chair of Spatial Development, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, TU Dresden (Scientific Coordinator DLGS)
Prof. Dr. Marcel Thum, Director ifo Dresden and Head of the Chair of Public Economics, Faculty of Business and Economics, TU Dresden
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wende, Head of Research Area Landscape Change and Management at the Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER) and Chair for Urban Development, Faculty of Architecture at the TU Dresden
Members of Advisory Board
Prof. Dr. Michael Ahlheim, Chair of Economics, esp. Environmental Economics, Regulatory and Consumer Policy, Universität Hohenheim
Prof. Simon Joss, School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages, University of Westminster
Dipl.-Kfm. Thomas Knigge, Consultant, former Editor-in-chief of Siemens customer magazines (Building Technologies)
Prof. Dr. Andreas Klee, General Department of Spatial Research and Planning (ARL)
Richard Lorch, Editor of the journal "Building Research & Information"
Prof. Dr. Annika Mattissek, Chair for Economic Geography and Sustainable Development, University of Freiburg