Daniel Galland

Associate Professor, PhD in Planning and Development

  • A.C. Meyers Vænge 15, A, 2 101

    2450 København SV

    Denmark

20082021

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Research profile

Daniel Galland is Associate Professor in the Department of Planning at Aalborg University Copenhagen. His academic profile builds on an international and interdisciplinary training record within diverse professional and scholarly planning environments across Europe and North America. His primary research areas focus on the intersection of spatial planning and political geography. He is co-editor of Metropolitan Regions, Planning and Governance (Springer 2020) and Planning Regional Futures (Regional Studies 2021).

Since 2017, he has been Executive Committee Member of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP), where he chairs the Excellence in Education Board and is responsible for AESOP's Quality Recognition Programme.

Teaching profile

Daniel teaches master's level courses in the following programmes: Sustainable Cities (Cph), Surveying, Planning and Land Management (Cph), Techno-Anthropology (Cph), as well as the master's specialization in Urban Planning and Management (Aal).

He is co-responsible for the courses:

  • Managing the Use of Land (Surveying, Planning and Land Management, Copenhagen)
  • Urban Infrastructure Synergies (Sustainable Cities, Copenhagen)
  • Technological Domain Knowledge (Techno-Anthropology, Copenhagen)
  • Planning History and Urban Theory (Urban Planning and Management, Aalborg)

He also lectures and supervises projects in the following course and project modules:

  • Spatial Planning and Governance (Surveying, Planning and Land Management, Copenhagen)
  • Spatial Development (Surveying, Planning and Land Management, Copenhagen)
  • Planning Theory (Urban Planning and Management, Aalborg)
  • Professional Development (different master's programmes in Copenhagen and Aalborg)
  • Master's Thesis (different master's programmes in Copenhagen and Aalborg) 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Planning and Development

20082011

Master of Philosophy, Ethics and Politics, University of Barcelona

20062007

Master of Science, Environmental Studies, University of British Columbia

20012004

External positions

Chair, Excellence in Education Board, Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP)

20172023

Executive Committee Member, Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP)

20172023

Associate Professor, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

20172020

Invited Guest Professor, School of Urban Planning, McGill University

20132014

External Examiner, MPlan, University College Cork

20132016

Keywords

  • Architecture and Spatial Planning
  • planning history and theory
  • metropolitan planning and governance
  • regional planning
  • planning education
  • international comparative planning

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