Maria Bostenaru Dan

Maria Bostenaru Dan
Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism | UAUIM · Urban and Landscape Design

Dr. Dipl.-Ing. (TH/Architektur)

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Introduction
I have a family background on mobility, my grandmother came from Hungary to Romania, and the ancestors of my grandfather from Germany to Romania. Myself I started mobility when I was 21 going to Germany, and then at 28 to Italy.
Additional affiliations
November 2016 - December 2016
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Position
  • Digital management of buildings
Description
  • Short term scientific mission of a COST action
October 2015 - July 2016
Accademia di Romania a Roma
Position
  • Architecture programmes, the dual element water and women in architecture (first half of the 20th century). Water as hazard and water as heritage
Description
  • Vasile Parvan postdoc fellowship
May 2014 - September 2015
University of Bucharest
Position
  • The impact of hazards on settlements: digital means for representation and analysis
Description
  • POSDRU postdoc scholarship
Education
April 2016 - March 2019
FernUniversität in Hagen
Field of study
  • Practical informatics
November 2014 - July 2015
University of Bucharest
Field of study
  • psychopedagogy
October 2008 - September 2012

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Publications (406)
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Hazards, all the way up to disasters, in urban areas can be approached in various ways, but by far the most suitable way of examining them is that of focusing on their impact [...]
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The ReMO COST Action stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. We add our voices to the joint declaration of Eurodoc and the Marie Curie Alumni Association and strongly condemn the Russian Federation's acts of violence and aggression against the people of Ukraine. We also concur with the COST Association's call for international efforts to h...
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Carol Cortobius was an architect trained in Germany, with an initial practice at Otto Wagner in Vienna, who worked for the Hungarian community in Bucharest building churches. An introduction on the catholic Hungarian community in Bucharest will be given. Dănuț Doboș in a monograph of one catholic church in Bucharest offers an overview of all his wo...
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16 articles 22 authors (a-z): Vladimir ARSENE, Maria BOȘTENARU DAN, Daniel COMȘA, Iulius CRISTEA, Vlad EFTENIE, Mihaela HĂRMĂNESCU, Adrian IONIȚĂ, Nicole LEFTER, Elena Cristina MÂNDRESCU, Marina MIHĂILĂ, Anca MITRACHE, Adrian MOLEAVIN, Andra PANAIT, Michael PERCIALI, Dragoș POPESCU, Magdalena STĂNCULESCU, Adrian SPIRESCU, Dorina ONESCU-TĂRBUJARU, B...
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Land cover and use changes are important to study for their impact on ecosystem services and ultimately on sustainability. In urban environments, a particularly important research question addresses the relationship between urbanization-related changes and biodiversity, subject to controversies in the literature. Birds are an important ecological g...
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This paper describes the greening of ash dumps from two thermal power plants located in Romania, in the villages of Mintia and Doicești, two rural areas neighboring middle-sized cities, both with architectural, archaeological and landscape heritage. Currently, the two Romanian villages have different fates in the context of shrinking cities, and so...
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This article presents a review of the 28th session of the biannual conference of the Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape which was organized in cooperation with the COST action TU1401 “Renewable energy and landscape quality”, building the final conference of the later, after a previous cooperation at the 27th session....
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This contribution presents the way the construction material reinforced concrete was introduced at the beginning of the 20th century, from both the technical (Hennebique system) and the philosophical points of view. The philosophy underlying the use of this material is evident in the theories on finding a language of form corresponding to tectonics...
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From the headquarters in Carei (RO) the properties of theKárolyi counts extended to Hungary, including Budapest, and Slovakia in the 19th century, along with wealth after Swabian immigration and political involvement. This paper presents mapping methods, literature review and first field trip results from a research in progress regarding to the gar...
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This paper presents research on Romanian architects who emigrated to Israel. It is about pioneer women architects like Elzy Lazăr and Dora Gad who previously studied in Vienna, but also about Marcel Janco, who founded an artist village in Israel after contributing to International style heritage in Bucharest through both buildings and writings. Not...
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https://www.anuala.ro/proiecte/2019/224/ Anuala de Arhitectura București » Proiecte » Ediția 2019 » Cercetare prin arhitectură / Carte de arhitectură: Impactul hazardurilor naturale și antropice asupra ariilor urbane Autori: arh. Maria Bostenaru Dan, ing. geol. Mirela Adriana Anghelache, ing. constr. Andreea Duțu, geogr. Diana Alexandra Gheorghe (P...
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https://www.anuala.ro/proiecte/2019/190/ Anuala de Arhitectura București » Proiecte » Ediția 2019 » Cercetare prin arhitectură / Carte de arhitectură: Apa ca hazard și apa ca patrimoniu Autori: arh. Maria Bostenaru Dan, arh. Alex Dill, specialist relatii europene, fotograf Roxana Mihaly, peisagist, economist Maria Beatrice Andreucci, ing. geol. Mir...
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In the call of 2015, the European Geosciences Union funded the workshop "Water as hazard and water as heritage", to take place in Rome in the consecutive year. The frame for the workshop was given by the "Spazi aperti" (=open spaces) event at the Accademia di Romania a Roma, where the convener (Maria Bostenaru Dan) was a fellow that time on a topic...
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"Water as hazard and water as heritage" was an international workshop funded by the European Geosciences Union and run in frame of the "Spazi aperti" international event of the Romanian Academy in Rome, along with other cultural events. The "Spazi aperti" (open spaces) event is an international exhibition inviting the scholars in arts and humanitie...
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Angefangen mit 1712, Schwaben aus Oberschwaben in Deutschland (insbesondere die Kreise Biberach und Ravensburg) wurden vom Graf von Károlyi als Kolonisten für die Region rund um Großkarol, heute im Komitat Sathmar, angeworben. Jene Periode war die Blütezeit des Barocks sowohl in der ursprünglichen Orten als auch wo sie emigriert haben, insbesondere...
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In the last days of World War II bombing destroyed the Baroque castle of Bruchsal. While the masterpiece, the staircase of Balthasar Neumann was restored in the years after, it took until recent years to have the Bel Etage restored. This book documents the process of restoration which ended 2017.
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After the church reformation introduced by Luther and Calvin, the catholic church launched a large programme of the so-called Counter-Reformation. One of the expressions of Counter-Reformation was building churches in Baroque style. Baroque churches, with their dynamic space and richly ornamented, were to transpose in architecture the theologic ide...
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1712 the migration of Swabians from Upper Swabia in today's Germany to Sathmar in today's Romania started. From all Danube Swabian populations the Sathmar Swabians are the most homogenous group, with their ancestory coming from this relatively small area. Research was done at the intersection between architecture and geography. Both vernacular and...
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A story map of relevant landscapes of Danube explored by the researcher was done. The travel starts with the springs of Danube in Donaueschingen, in the Black Forest mountains in Germany. From here the Danube crosses a mountain landscape characterised by stones (Upper Danube natural park), such as in Sigmaringen, where the kings of Romania, where t...
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Danube Swabians were brought to Eastern Europe about 300 years ago in frame of the Counter-Reform of the Catholic Church. The Swabians of the Upper Danube were Roman-Catholics and this way adequate for the goals of Emperor Maria Theresia of the Habsburg Empire to stop the spread of the Reformation. The time of Counter-Reform was at the same time th...
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The paper presents field and literature investigations to the places of origin and end for the Swabian migration in the 18th century, from the space between Ulm and Lake Constance to the NW Romania (Sathmar county). Soon after the departure of the Swabians, the place was marked by some of the most notable Baroque religious architecture, built herit...
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The reduction of seismic risk through the retrofitting of historic buildings serves catastrophe management. In the application of such measures, actors from the spheres of the passive public, experts, as well as active affected people, are involved. The focus of this work is on planning management in the expert area, with a detailed view on the dec...
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Facultatea de arhitectură a Universității din Karlsruhe a fost construită în 1899 de către arhitectul Josef Durm. De fapt, Universitatea din Karlsruhe s-a înființat în urma existenței școlii de arhitectură a arhitectului Friedrich Weinbrenner, care a dat fațada clasicistă a orașului. Josef Durm era un arhitect al Art Nouveau. Clădirea se caracteriz...
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Water as hazard and water as heritage“ was an international workshop which took place in the framework of the Spazi Aperti (Open spaces) event at the Accademia di Romania in Rome, an event engaging international fellows in the capital of Italy. The workshop was a winner in the selection of the European Geosciences Union co-sponsored meetings compet...
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Studies about the subject of cultivated land confirmed that it is the part of urban informal open space and the specific land using form in the city's natural area. It has ecological, cultural, social and socio-economic value and help to achieve more sustainable urban forms. The European practice shows that the functions of allotments are changing...
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The tradition of architecture exhibitions (the EXPOs) is taken further by the garden exhibitions. In the German speaking space at least, there are garden exhibitions at different administrative levels, maintained afterwards as parks. The botanical gardens are related as typology to these exhibitions. The exhibition pieces of botanical gardens may b...
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http://argument.uauim.ro/en/issues/9/ Argument 9/2017 Arhitectura recentă – discurs critic Recent Architecture – A Critical Discourse Coordinator: Prof.dr.arh. Daniela Rădulescu - Andronic Cover: dr. arh. Alexandra Păcescu Graphics: Roland Vasiliu DTP, editing: arch. Maria Mănescu © 2017 Editura Universitară „Ion Mincu” Bucureşti
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This paper presents several case studies of reused and retrofitted buildings from Karlsruhe, Darmstadt and Heidelberg and their architectural-cultural integration in the surroundings. Reasons to replace missing parts of heritage buildings were motivated by new rules regarding materials, neglect or war damage state, but also by new developments in t...

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The ReMO COST Action focuses on wellbeing and mental health within academia, a theme of strategic importance for the European Research Area. Previous research shows that low levels of wellbeing and mental health problems have a negative impact on individual, team and organizational performance, triggering significant costs. In addition, institutional context, organizational structure and culture, as well as managerial practices have significant impact on wellbeing and health of employees. Therefore, general insights on the causes of workplace wellbeing and mental health need to be refined with contextual specifics (i.e. in academia) in order to develop tailored, effective and efficient prevention and action programs.
Archived project
Supported by a Hungarian and a home country DOMUS scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Goal is to document the gardens of the palaces of the Károlyi counts in Hungary, Romania and Slovakia.