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dr. M.A. van den Brink

Universitair Docent Planologie
  • 2018 - ongoing: Chitresh Saraswat, MSc. 'Do new water governance systems deliver innovation and performance in achieving water security?' PhD research project with Chitresh Saraswat and prof. dr. Jos Arts (both University of Groningen). Funding: UG/Faculty of Spatial Sciences.
  • 2017 - ongoing. 'Institutional design for the transition to flood resilience in developing countries'. PhD research project with Naim Laeni and prof. dr. Jos Arts (both University of Groningen). Funding: UG/Faculty of Spatial Sciences.
  • 2016 - ongoing. 'Room for the River: organizing for spatial quality'. Evaluation of how Room for the River projects have produced spatial quality - which ways of working have been developed and to what extent were these successful in producing spatial quality? Research project commissioned by Rijkswaterstaat, together with dr. Tim Busscher and dr. Stefan Verweij (both University of Groningen).
  • 2012 - 2018. 'Flood resilient cities? Resilience strategies in flood risk management and urban planning – a comparative analysis of Hamburg, London and Rotterdam'. Comparative research project with Britta Restemeyer (University of Groningen) and prof.dr. Johan Woltjer (University of Westminster). Funding: Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO).
  • 2012 - 2017. Establishing resilient coastal zones - a study on the use of ecosystem services to integrate the spatial planning of land and sea'. Research project with Ruiqian Li (University of Groningen) and prof.dr. Johan Woltjer (University of Westminster). Funding: CSC China.
  • 2007 - 2009. 'Institutions for Adaptation: the capacity and ability of the Dutch institutional framework to adapt to climate change'. Postdoc research. The objective of this research was to assess the adaptive capacity of the Dutch institutional framework in dealing with climate change. Funded by the BSIK-programme Climate changes Spatial Planning (KvR IC-12).
  • 2003 - 2007. 'Long term institutional continuity and change in Dutch river management'. PhD research. From a discursive perspective, this project examined the organisational transformation of Rijkswaterstaat within Dutch river management. Funded by the Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) - programme Land Ocean Interactions in the Coast (LOICZ). 
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