Born 1993, Germany
Student in Climate Engineering, HFT Stuttgart
Research Assistantship at the Chair of Architecture and Construction ETH Zurich since 2016
Student in Climate Engineering at the University of Applied Science Stuttgart since 2014
Dustin Fleck is currently working as a research assistant in the Chair of Architecture and Construction at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland. He is undertaking his practical semester as part of his Bachelor in Climate Engineering, which he started in 2014 at University of Applied Science, Stuttgart. In his studies he deals with the technical areas of building physics and energy supply technology as well as architectural design and construction and their interactions as part of functional building. During his studies he has specialized in materials and their energetic compatibility with regard to their life cycle.
In addition to his studies he is committed to the issue of sustainable development at his University and is involved in the IARU Global University Climate Forum led by Yale University. He is fluent in German, English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.
Dustin’s research deals with the development and growth methods of mycelium materials in regard to their mechanical and physical properties. Within his research he is establishing test procedures and applies analytic methods to identify the growing properties.