His expertise shifts from strategic urban planning to design and Geographical Information Systems analysis. He has elaborated strategies and guidelines for projects and programmes, managed partnerships with international and local organizations and institutions, supported publications, dissemination, and capacity-building activities and prepared conference concept notes and donor reports.
Amongst other projects, he co-edited the proposal of the multi-stakeholder initiative The Implementation Gap, coordinated internal management of Kiev Urban Actions, and developed spatial planning analysis for Public Toilets for Berlin project.
His interests focus on the relationships between spatial design and socio-economic effect on various scales, from the overall urban context to public space and architecture. He is passionate about innovative tools and geographical technologies in the planning and urban development practice.
Together with Thomas Stellmach he collaborated with UN-Habitat supporting the programme for achieving sustainable urban development and city extension and infill projects in the Philippines and Mozambique. Within this framework he participated in the preparation of a planning methodology for sustainable urban development with UN-Habitat and for rapid planning workshops for professionals and city leaders in emerging nations.