Ute Poerschke

Dr. Ute Poerschke

Ute Poerschke, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture at Penn State. She taught architectural design, construction and energy responsible design at the Technical Universities of Berlin and Munich (1999-2005), and completed her Ph.D. in Architectural Theory at the TU Cottbus in 2005. At Penn State she teaches undergraduate and graduate Architectural Design Studios and Technical Systems Integration, in which she links the fields of energy responsible building, fire safety, lighting, and acoustics to aesthetic ideas. Her research focuses on the relationship between technology and architecture. She is co-principal of the architecture firm Friedrich-Poerschke-Zwink Architekten in Munich, Germany.

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July 28, 2015
Solar Buildings in the 1920s
Session T2D: Passive Architecture — Room 108
9:45 am  -  10:45 am