TACK ‘Communities of Tacit Knowledge: Architecture and its Ways of Knowing’ (Ekstern organisation)

Jensen, B. B. (Medlem)

Aktivitet: Medlemskab Medlemskab af udvalg, råd og nævn


Medlem af Advisory Board for TACK

‘Communities of Tacit Knowledge: Architecture and its Ways of Knowing’ (TACK) is a newly funded Innovative Training Network, as part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions within the European Framework Program Horizon 2020. It trains young researchers in understanding the specific knowledge that architects use when designing buildings and cities. TACK gathers ten major academic institutions, three leading cultural architectural institutions as well as nine distinguished architecture design offices. Collaboratively these partners offer an innovative PhD research programme on the nature of tacit knowledge in architecture, resulting in ten parallel PhD projects. Please refer to our website for further information: https://tacit-knowledge-architecture.com/

The academic partners are: Tim Anstey (AHO), Tom Avermaete (ETHZ), Margitta Buchert (LUH), Janina Gosseye (ETHZ), Christoph Grafe (BUW), Klaske Havik (TUD), Helena Mattsson (KTH), Gennaro Postiglione (POLIMI), Peg Rawes (UCL), Angelika Schnell (ABKW), and Lara Schrijver (ANT). The project is led by Tom Avermaete at ETHZ.

What is the composition and role of the Advisory Board?
The Advisory Board will be invited to reflect upon the course and results of the research project. It will include two delegates from the academic sector, two delegates from professional practice and two external stakeholders. Members of the Advisory Board will be invited to attend two project meetings each year. These project meeting are scheduled to be held in June 2020, October 2020, June 2021, October 2021, June 2022, October 2022, August 2023. All costs for attending these meetings will be covered by the project, and it is also possible to attend some of the advisory board meetings through videoconferencing.
Periode1 maj 20201 sep. 2023
Sted for afholdelseTACK ‘Communities of Tacit Knowledge: Architecture and its Ways of Knowing’, Schweiz
Grad af anerkendelseInternational


  • Forskningsnetværk / Kunstnerisk udvikling