Solmaz Yadollahi (M.Arch., Ph.D.)

07/2017 - 08/2018

seit 07/2017
Akademische Mitarbeiterin im Fachgebiet Stadtmanagement der BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg.

05/2016 - 11/2016
Akademische Mitarbeiterin im Fachgebiet Stadtmanagement der BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. 

10/2013 - 01/2016
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin (Teilzeit als Lehrkraft) am Lehrstuhl Stadtmanagement der BTU Cottbus.

seit 2012
Doktorandin an der Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus, IGS Heritage Studies (Doktorarbeit verteidigt am 09.06.2017).

08 - 10/2010 und 2011
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin bei dem gemeinsamen Praktikum Programm von der Universität Teheran und der Iranischen Kulturerbe Organisation (ICHHTO).

2008 - 2012
Zusammenarbeit mit der ICHHTO zur Weltkulturerbe Nominierung Dokumente; 

  • 2011- April 2012: Golestan Palast
  • 2010-2011: Masjed?e Jamá, Isfahan
  • 2009-2010; Der persische Garten
  • 2008-2009: Der historische Basar von Täbris.

2009
Praktikum, im Forschung und Managementbüro von Täbris Basar, Iran.

2008 - 2010
MA in Architektur: Städtebauliche und Architektonische Denkmalpflege an der Universität Teheran.

2008
Zusammenarbeit mit ICHHTO: Dokumentation von der Semiran archäologische Stätte in Qazvin, Iran.

2007
Praktikum, an der Pasargadae Weltkulturerbe, Shiraz, Iran.

2002-2007
BA in Architektonische Denkmalpflege an der Fachhochschule ICHHTO, Teheran.

Promotionsthema (verteidigt am 09.06.2017):

Der iranische Basar als öffentlicher Raum: Eine forschungsgeleitete Untersuchung zur Reintegration, untersucht an der Fallstudie Täbris Basar [The Iranian Bazaar as a Public Place: A Reintegrative Approach and a Method Applied Towards the Case-Study of the Tabriz Bazaar]


Forschungschwerpunkte:

  • Städtebauliche Denkmale in der Postmodernen Stadtentwicklung
  • Theorien und Methoden der Städtebauliche Denkmalpflege
  • Der historische öffentliche Raum

2017
Yadollahi, Solmaz. 2017 (Accepted paper). "Prospects of applying assemblage thinking for further methodological developments in urban conservation planning." In The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice, 8 (4).

Yadollahi, Solmaz, Silke Weidner, and Heinz Nagler. 2017 (Accepted paper) "A Method for Mapping the Publicity-Privacy Spectrum in a Historical Bazaar in Iran: The Socio-spatial Fabric of the Tabriz Bazaar as a Public Place." In proceedingsofSpaces Of Dialogue For Places Of Dignity: Fostering the European Dimension of Planning. Lisbon.

Yadollahi, Solmaz, and Silke Weidner. 2017 "Facilitating the Process towards Social Sustainability: A Culture-Based Method for Mapping Historic Public Places, Applied to the Example of Tabriz Bazaar, Iran." In Going Beyond – Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage, edited by Marie-Theres Albert and Francesco Bandarin. Springer.

2015
Yadollahi S. (2015) A reflection on methodological approaches to assessing and implementing social sustainability in historical public spaces, in: Albert, M (ed.), Perceptions of Sustainable Development of Sustainability in Heritage Studies, Berlin, De Gruyter, pp: 159-172.

2014
Yadollahi, S., Weidner, S. (2014) The influence of commercial modernization on public life in Iranian bazaars, Case study: Tabriz bazaar, in: The Proceedings of City and Retail international conference at the Institute of Urban Development and Construction Management, University of Leipzig.

Yadollahi, S., Weidner, S. (2014) Iranian bazaar as public space, case study of Tabriz Bazaar, in: Amoêda, R. Lira, S. and Pinheiro, C. (eds.) Rehab 2014 – The Proceedings of the International Conference on Preservation, Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings and Structures, Portugal, Green Lines Institute, pp: 873-883. 

2012
Yadollahi, S. (2012) Challenges of protecting a Living World Heritage Site; The case of Tabriz Historical Bazaar Complex, Iran. In: Proceedings of IGS Heritage Studies publication: "Understanding Heritage: Challenges and Perspectives for the 21st Century, 14 – 16 June, Cottbus, Germany. pp. 110-115. 

2011
Hanachi, P., Yadollahi, S. (2011) Tabriz Historical Bazaar in the context of change. In: Proceedings of the 17th ICOMOS General Assembly Scientific Symposium on Heritage, driver of development, Paris, France, Dec. 2011, PP. 1024-1035.  [Online] 

2010
IIC (2010) Dar Miyan-e Khaneh Va Tarikh [Between Home and History: Managing the interface between preservation and development of living historic places, a Roundtable discussion by David Lowenthal, Neil Asher Silberman, and others, Translated form English to Persian by S. Yadollahi  [Online] [Accessed: Jan 25th, 2016].

Poster: Yadollahi Solmaz (2010), "Rehabilitation of the Damir Gapisi Historic Caravan Route in Tabriz, Iran", Conservation and the Eastern Mediterranean: Contributions to the 2010 IIC Congress, Istanbul, pp. 251-251, 9/2010.

2017
A Method for Mapping the Publicity-Privacy Spectrum in an Iranian Bazaar: The Structure of the Tabriz Bazaar as a Public Place. AESOP Congress 2017: Spaces of Dialogue for Places of Dignity, Lisbon. 07.2017.

2016
Social resilience building; a preventive protection strategy for historic city centerscase of Tabriz Bazaar, Iran. Association of Critical Heritage Studies’ Biennial Conference, Montreal. 06.2016.

2015
(Zusammen mit S. Weidner) The transformation of urban governance strategies in the face of modernization and globalization. International Academy Cottbus 2015, Cottbus. 12.2015.

Integrating the factor of culture into the methodological framework for studying social sustainability in a historic public place; Tabriz Bazaar, Iran. Symposium: The Pillars of Sustainability for the Implementation of the UNESCO Conventions and Programmes, Bonn. 07.2015.

2014
The influence of commercial modernization on public life in Iranian bazaars, Case study: Tabriz bazaar. Tagung 'Stadt & Handel: urban, suburban, virtuell, Leipzig. 11.2014.

Possibilities and limits of a participative development of the Tabriz historical bazaar complex. International Summer Academy Cottbus: Understanding Heritage, Cottbus. 07.2014.

Iranian bazaar as public space, case study of Tabriz Bazaar. Rehab 2014 –Conference on Preservation, Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings and Structures, Tomar. 03.2014.

2013
Iranian Historical Bazaar as Public Space. International Summer Academy Cottbus: The Theoretical Understanding of Sustainability in Heritage Studies and its Corresponding Disciplines, Cottbus. 07.2013.

2012
Challenges of protecting a Living World Heritage Site; The case of Tabriz Historical Bazaar Complex, Iran. International Summer Academy Cottbus: Constructing Heritage in the Light of Sustainable Development, Cottbus. 07.2012.

2011
Tabriz Historical Bazaar in the context of change. 17th ICOMOS General Assembly Scientific Symposium on Heritage, driver of development, Paris. 11.2011.

2010
Rehabilitation of the Damir Gapisi Historic Caravan Route in Tabriz, Iran (Poster). IIC Congress: Conservation and the Eastern Mediterranean. Istanbul. 09.2010.

05/2017
Erhalt einer PostDoc "Early Career Fellowship" Förderung von Graduate Research School, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg.

09/2015-01/2017
Studentische Vertreterin im PhD Ausschuss des Programms Heritage Studies, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg.

2010
Gewinnerin des professionellen Posterwettbewerbs beim 23. IIC Kongress (International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works) 20.-24. September Istanbul.

2008
Erster Platz (unter 780 Teilnehmern) in der nationalen Auswahlverfahren zum Master Programm Städtebauliche und Architektonische Denkmalpflege.