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Dipl.-Ing., M.Sc.

Daniel Feldmeyer

Academic Staff Member
Institute of Spatial and Regional Planning


+49 711 685-66351
+49 711 685-66965

Pfaffenwaldring 7
70569 Stuttgart
Room: 3.003

Office Hours

Wednesday, 8:00 - 10.00 am or by arrangement


  • Urban climate resilience
  • Climate change adaptation
  • Risk assessment
  • Indicator development
  • International analogies
  • GIS and Statistic

Ongoing Projects:

  • MONARES (Monitoring von Anpassungsmaßnahmen und Klimaresilienz in Städten)

Finished Projects:

  • PEARL (Preparing for Extreme And Rare event in coastaL regions)


  • Jamshed, A., Birkmann, J., Feldmeyer, D. and Rana, I.A., (2020) “A Conceptual Framework Understand the Dynamics of Rural-Urban Linkages for Rural Flood Vulnerability” Sustainability, Vol 12, No 7, pp 2894 DOI:
  • Feldmeyer, D., Wilden, D., Kind, C., Kaiser, T., Goldschmidt, R., Diller, C., & Birkmann, J. (2019). Indicators for monitoring urban climate change resilience and adaptation. Sustainability, 11(10), 2931 DOI:
  • Sorg, L., Medina, N., Feldmeyer, D., Sanchez, A., Vojinovic, Z., Birkmann, J., & Marchese, A. (2018). Capturing the multifaceted phenomena of socioeconomic vulnerability. Natural Hazards, 92(1), 257-282. DOI:
  • Feldmeyer, D., Birkmann, J., & Welle, T. (2017). Development of Human Vulnerability 2012–2 017. Journal of Extreme Events, 4(04), 1850005 DOI


  • Kind, C., Kaiser, T., Feldmeyer, D., Wilden, D. (2019) “Framing and monitoring urban climate resilience in German municipalities – insights from an ongoing research project” 4th European Climate Change Adaptation conference 28 - 31 May, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Feldmeyer, D., Sauter, H., & Birkmann, J. (2019) “An open risk index with learning indicators from OSM-tags, developed by machine learning and trained with the world risk index” FOSS4G 2019 26 – 30 August, Bucharest, Rumania DOI: 10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-4-W14-37-2019
  • Sauter, H., Feldmeyer, D., & Birkmann, J. (2019) “Exploratory study of urban resilience in the region of Stuttgart based on Openstreetmap and literature resilience indicators” FOSS4G 2019 26 – 30 August, Bucharest, Rumania DOI: 10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-4-W14-213-2019
  • Wilden, D., Feldmeyer, D., Birkmann, J., Diller, C. (2018) “A conceptual integrative approach to monitoring, evaluation and validation of Climate Change Adaptation measures for urban resilience” 8th International Conference on Building Resilience Lisbon, Portugal
  • Sauter, H., Feldmeyer, D., Birkmann, J. (2018) “Enhancing the spatial and temporal resolution of the World Risk Index with new data sources” FOSS4G 2018 27 – 31 August, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  • Feldmeyer, D. (2018) “Development of human vulnerability:  learning from past trends for future directions” 5 th International climate Change Adaptation Conference 18 – 21 June, Cape Town, South Africa
10/2008-3/2012 B.Sc. Agrarwissenschaften, Universität Hohenheim
10/2012-2/2015 Double Degree Dipl.-Ing. & M.Na.R.M. & E.E. Natural Resources Management and Ecological Engineering; Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien & Lincoln University, New Zealand
since 2016 Research associate at Institute of Spatial and Regional Planning, University of Stuttgart



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