Experts Meeting: Home/Family and Climate Change
Working Paper | Schools as homes: educational environments, resilience and Architecture
Pablo Campos Calvo-Sotelo, PhD in Architecture, PhD in Education and Full Professor of Architectural Composition, San Pablo-CEU University, is an Academician of the Spanish Royal Academy of Doctors and member of the Scientific Advisory Board Gadea Ciencia Foundation. He has recognized 4 Research Six-Year Periods. He has directed or co-directed 9 national and international Doctoral Theses and 5 more in process. Pablo Campos has been speaker for 30 years at numerous international centers: Stanford University, UCLA, Columbia, Virginia, Pittsburgh, UIC-Chicago, NYU, Royal College-Harvard, NYCCT, McGill (Montreal), ITESM (Mexico), Sapienza, Naples, Cagliari (Italy), Porto, Lisbon (Portugal), TU-Delft (Netherlands), Ministry of Education (Bhutan), Athens (Greece), Aalto University (Finland), AAB (Kosovo), UCAM (Colombia), or the American Institute of Architects. Since 1989 he has designed and researched about the Architecture of Education. He has written 17 books and more than 90 articles on the subject and lectured at prestigious international institutions. Author of the concept of “Educational Campus”, Professor Campos has designed numerous Master Plans for universities and their relationship with the city, both in Spain and abroad. Among others: the Campus of the University of Salamanca, Sustainable Campus (competition, Madrid), Campus UNAE (Ecuador) and Campus UAN (Angola). In 2012, he received the Education Leadership Award-World Education (India) for his contribution to education on an international scale.