Juan Manuel ·


 foto_juan manuelSince 1990 Juan Manuel Ros is a Lecturer in the Department of Architecture and Design of The Institute of Technology–USPCEU, where he teaches courses on design, urbanism, and architecture, including 3rd and 4th year Studio, The MA in Advanced Architectural Techniques and Advanced design practice the Sustainability Laboratory. His research engages a number of issues in the history and theory of modern architecture, urbanism, resilience, sustainability, new construction technologies and emergency architecture. Since 2011 he leads Rebirth Inhabit Research Group as Principal Researcher of the VEM Project. Previously he leaded ARKhé10_ Research Group (2008-2011). His latest work develops new methodologies for understanding the dynamics of innovation and their implications for architecture and the city today. In addition, Ros has launched several collaborative research projects with some foreign universities such us Universidad Católica del Perú /PUCP (Lima) or Universidad Santa María la Antigua de Panamá (USMA). He was Reviewer-referee Report for The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society (Common Ground Publishing. University of Illinois Research Park) and Scientific Committee Member of the EQA (European Quality Assurance, Certificates I+D+i. Cóode:120310). He is a registered architect in Spain and leads his own practice since 1988. He received his diploma in Architecture (with honors) from the ETSAM and he was awarded the Prize for the Best Architectural Record. He also holds a PhD in Construction and a Master Degree in Architecture from the same University. jmros.eps@ceu.es