Marc Spiller

 

 


 

Marc Spiller is a researcher and lecturer at the Urban System Engineering group, which is part of the sub-department of Environmental Technology of Wageningen University. He obtained his PhD from Cranfield University (UK) where he researched asset management and pollution source control by UK water wastewater service providers. Marc is teaching in a number of urbanization related courses with a focus on the planning and design of urban spaces. These courses are part of the master program Urban Systems Engineering at Wageningen University. His current research interests are centered on the transformation of urban infrastructure through the design and assessment of flexible technical systems. In his spare time Marc likes to go windsurfing and DIY.




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