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dr. M.A. van den Brink

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dr. M.A. van den Brink
E-mail:
m.a.van.den.brink rug.nl

Education:

2009: PhD (Cum Laude) in Management Sciences, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Dissertation: 'Rijkswaterstaat on the horns of a dilemma'.

2002: Master Degree in Science and Technology Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University, the Netherlands.

Appointments:

October 2009 - present: Assistant Professor. Department of Spatial Planning and Environment, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

October 2007 - September 2009: Postdoc researcher. Department of Spatial Planning, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

July 2003 - September 2007: PhD researcher. Department of Spatial Planning, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

PhD supervision:

2020 - present: Martin Drenth, MSc. Water sensitive governance in Indonesian cities (Funding: Faculty of Spatial Sciences, together with prof. dr. Ron Holzhacker, and prof. dr. Johan Woltjer), daily supervisor and co-promotor.

2020 - present: Allard Roest, Msc. Metamorphic climate change adaptation: How collaboration between governmental and civil society stakeholders could lead to more transformational climate change adaptation (Funding: Hanze University of Applied Sciences, together with Prof. dr. I. Horlings and dr.ir. F. Boogaard, Lector Spatial Transformations), daily supervisor and co-promotor.

2017 - present: Naim Laeni, MSc. Institutional design for the transition to flood resilience in developing countries (Funding: Faculty of Spatial Sciences, together with prof. dr. Jos Arts), daily supervisor and co-promotor.

2012 - 2018: Britta Restemeyer, Msc. Flood resilient cities? Resilience strategies in flood risk management and urban planning – a comparative analysis of Hamburg, London and Rotterdam (Funding: NWO, together with prof. dr. Johan Woltjer), daily supervisor and co-promotor. Defended successfully.

2012 - 2017: Ruiqian Li, Msc. Establishing resilient coastal zones - a comparative study on the use of ecosystem services to integrate the spatial planning of land and sea (Funding: CSC China, together with prof. dr. Johan Woltjer), daily supervisor and co-promotor. Defended successfully.

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Contact information

Landleven 1
9747 AD Groningen
The Netherlands

Zernike University Complex, Building F, Room 3.11