At Biberach University of Applied Sciences, Energy – and Civil-Engineers, Project Managers and Architects have formed a strong interdisciplinary team. Together we will work as Team X4S – Extension for Sustainability to achieve the project demands. Not only students and professors from all fields are working together but also researchers from various institutions collaborate on the ambitious and interdisciplinary project and share their specialist expertise.
Our team coordination and project management is conducted by Master student Lena Frühschütz and Prof. Andreas Gerber, both from the institute of Energy Engineering.
Niusha Blookbashi is studying architecture at Biberach University of Applied Sciences. She is responsible for the landscape design of the Team X4S project.
Sarah Fischer completed her master’s degree in architecture at the Biberach University of Applied Sciences and is currently completing her AIP (Architect in Practice) in an architecture office in Stuttgart. She is responsible for the building design and the communication with specialists from other disciplines regarding construction planning.
Lena Frühschütz is a master’s student in energy and building systems. She is the project manager of Team X4S and coordinates the project conceptually and content-wise.
Andreas Gerber is Professor for building physics and thermodynamics with a focus on solar energy systems at Biberach University of Applied Sciences. He is the Faculty Advisor of team X4S.
Marie-Lise Hofstetter studies Architecture Media Management at Bochum University. She is responsible for the communication, aka branding, website and social media of Team X4S.
Veronika Lisanne Kazmeier completed her master’s degree in architecture at the Biberach University of Applied Sciences at the beginning of 2020 and is currently completing her AIP (Architect in Practice) in an architecture office in Konstanz. She is responsible for the building design and the conceptual and creative field of the design in Team X4S.
Felix Löhr is completing his master’s degree in energy engineering at Biberach University of Applied Sciences. He creates the simulations and animations for the X4S team.
Simone Nitz completed her master’s degree in project management (construction) at HBC in autumn 2020 with her master’s thesis on the life cycle assessment of building structures. At SDE21, her focus lies on the project management.
Hannah Tesch completed her master’s degree in architecture at Biberach University in early 2020. In addition to her work as an architect, she is supporting Team X4S in the fields of mobility, the demonstration unit and in the conceptual field for the design.
Team X4S is representing the HBC Biberach University of Applied Sciences at the Solar Decathlon Europe 21 Competition. The HBC stands for future-oriented, sustainable teaching, research and transfer as well as continuing education in the fields of biotechnology, energy, construction and real estate. These focuses are viewed from the perspectives of engineers, architects and business economists in a subject-specific and interdisciplinary manner.