Persönlicher Status und Werkzeuge

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Hausladen

Professor emeritus since 30.09.2013

Chair

Building Climatology and Building Services

Department

Architecture

Contact Details

Visitenkarte in TUMonline

Academic Career and Research Areas

Prof. Hausladen (b. 1947) lectures and researches in the field of energy-efficient urban and building planning. His focus is on the interaction between buildings and their energy systems and energy production, especially the role of renewable energy and future electromobility. Since 2007, the Chair has offered “ClimateDesign” as a Masters course. This postgraduate program takes a holistic view of planning and construction.

After studying mechanical engineering at TUM, Prof. Hausladen completed his doctorate (1980) at the Chair of Building Services and Building Physics in Munich. After spending a few years working in the private sector, he took up lecturing at the University of Kassel. In 2001, he returned to TUM to take up the position of full professor. Prof. Hausladen is a member of the City of Munich’s Energy Committee and the German Research Foundation’s (DFG) Construction Engineering and Architecture Review Board. He has been Chairman of the Board of ClimaDesign e. V. since 2007.

  • Curriculum Vitae

Awards

  • Preis für gute Lehre des Bayer. Staatsministeriums für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst in München (2009)
  • Architecture + Technology Award (2006)

Key Publications

Hausladen G, Karsten T: „Ausbau Atlas, Integrale Planung Innenausbau Haustechnik“. München: Institut für internationale Architektur-Dokumentation, 2009.

Hausladen G, Saldanha M, Liedl P: „ClimaSkin, Konzept für Gebäudehüllen, die mit weniger Energie mehr leisten“. München: Callwey Verlag, 2007.

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Hausladen G, Saldanha M, Liedl P, Sager C: „ClimaDesign, Lösungen für Gebäude, die mit weniger Technik mehr können“. München: Callwey Verlag, 2005.

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Hausladen G, Saldanha M, Nowak W, Liedl P: „Einführung in die Bauklimatik. Klima- und Energiekonzepte für Gebäude“. Berlin: Ernst und Sohn, 2003.

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