Delta Urbanism is an interdisciplinary research program of the Department of Urbanism, TU-Delft, which investigates the possibilities to combine flood protection and water management strategies with urban design, landscape design and spatial planning, aiming to improve spatial forms and structures in urban and metropolitan delta regions. We develop design and planning approaches and methods which contribute to make urban delta landscapes more sustainable, attractive and adaptive.

Delta Urbanism Coordinator Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin (Research and Education Leader)

Research Leaders Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin (Urban Design Theory & Methods) 
Steffen Nijhuis (Landscape Architecture)

Program Members Han Meyer (emeritus Professor of Urban Design Theory & Methods) 
Frits Palmboom (emeritus Professor of Van Eesteren) Inge Bobbink (Landscape Architecture) Fransje Hooimeijer (Environmental Technology & Design) Diego Sepulveda Carmona (Spatial Planning & Strategy)
dr. Nikki Brand (Integrated Design of Infrastructures – TUDelft DIMI Delft Deltas Infrastructure & Mobility)
Baukje Kothuis (Hydraulic Engineering – Rivers, Ports, Waterways and Dredging Engineering)
ir. Filippo laFleur (Urban Design Theory & Methods)
ir. Geert van der Meulen (Water Management /Urban Design Theory & Methods)

Post-doc Researcher
dr. Daniele Cannatella (Landscape Architecture)

PhD Researchers
ir. Dai Wei (Urban Design Theory & Methods)
ir. Janneke van Bergen (Landscape Architecture)
ir. Xiong Liang (Urban Design Theory & Methods)

Guest Researchers Catherine Venart (Dalhousie School of Architecture, Halifax, Canada) 
Meltem Delibas (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)
arch. Carolina Viviane Nunes (Humanität · Lehrstuhl für Städtebau und Regionalplanung, Germany)

Trainees (EC Erasmus+ Programme)
Lucia Alfano
(IUAV University of Venice, Italy) 

Danielle Karakuza