Geza Fischl

Universitetslektor arkitektur

Avdelningen för Byggnadsteknik och Belysningsvetenskap , Tekniska Högskolan i Jönköping AB

Research projects

2019-2021 Digital Occupancy Assessment for Lighting Evaluation (DOALE) [d̪uˈäːl̺e̞] 

2017-2019 Researcher in Boost - Booende och bostadsutveckling för stark tillväxt

2018 Researcher in Tunable Lighting Patterns

2018 Project leader in MAPPING ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS’ LEARNING IN GROUP DESIGN EXERCISES

 

Supervision

2018 - Co-supervisor in Smart Illumination in Living Environment (SMILE) project for Mohammad Soheilian as candidate.

 

Biografi/Biography

2016 MA in Architecture, Umeå School of Architecture, Sweden
2011 Arkitekt SAR/MSA
2006 PhD in Engineering Psychology at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
2004 Lic in Engineering Psychology at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
2001 MSc in Ergonomics, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
1998 Diploma in Rehabilitation engineering, Dalarna University College, Sweden
1998 BSc in Architecture, Ybl Miklós Polytechnic Budapest, Hungary

 

Forskning/Research

My own research profile can be summarized by five major themes: 1. Architectural Accessibility, 2. Architectural Ergonomics, 3. Architectural-Environmental psychology, 4. Architecture–Engineering education, and 5. Architectural-Sustainability

 

Publikationer/Publications

Referee reviewed

Fischl, G. & Teodoro, G. B. (2016). Mapping of sustainability in architecture practices in the Philippines. In press: MUHON 5.

Fischl, G. (2010). Restoration potential in educational environments. In Urponen, H & Mark, R. (Eds.), Lifelong learning for the new decade. University of Lapland, Rovanniemi, Finland.

Fischl, G. & Gärling, A. (2008). Identification, visualization and evaluation of a restoration supportive built environment. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research , 25 (3), 254-269.

Books

Fischl, G. & Ohlsson, T. (2012). Architektur och hälsa. Kapitel i Populärvetenskaplig forskning. NOVIA: Waasa, Finland.

Pandula, A., P. Farkas, Zs., Zsilinszky, Gy., Fischl, G., Meriales, F. C. (2007). Tervezési segédlet az akadálymentes környezet megvalósítására (Design guideline for accessible built environment). VÁTI Kht, Hungary.

Fischl, G., Varkevisser, M., Gärling, A., & Keyson, D. (2007). The restorative potential of a built environment: development and evaluation of a research based design. In Havinga, P., Lijding, M., & Meratnia, N. (Eds.), Smart surroundings moving forward. Twente University of Technology, Enschede, The Netherlands.

Fischl, G. (2006). Psychosocially supportive design in the indoor built environment. Unpublished doctorate thesis, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden. Downloadable at http://www.ltu.se/cms_fs/1.7689!/ltu-dt-0657-se.pdf

Fischl, G., Meriales, C., Pandula, A., & Farkas, Zs. (2004). Tervezôi segédlet a családbarát épített környezet kialakításához (Designer’s guideline for family friendly built environment). BM Építésügyi Hivatal, Hungary.

Fischl, G. (2004). A psychosocial approach to architectural design – a methodological study. Unpublished licentiate thesis, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden.

Fischl, G. & Pandula, A. (2002a). Tervezési segédlet az akadálymentes épített környezet megvalósításához (Design guideline for establishing accessible built environment). BM Építésügyi Hivatal, Hungary.

Fischl, G. & Pandula, A. (2002b). Akadálymentes építészet (Accessible design). Ybl Miklós Polytechnic, Budapest, Hungary.

Conferences and other publications

Fischl, G., Granath, K. & Bremner, C. (2018). Mapping the effects of group design exercises on the learning of architectural engineering students. CDIO 2018 Conference, Kanazawa, Japan

Cox, C. & Fischl, G. (2013). Undergraduate design studio exercise to internalise locus of control. In proceeding Design Research Society 2nd International Conference for Design Education Researchers in Oslo, Norway, May

Stevens, S & Fischl, G. (2010). O ambiente a seu favor (The environment in your favour). In AT Revista - Jornal a Tribuna, Santos, Brazil. 25 April 2010, p6-10.

Fischl, G., Holmqvist, B., & Krantz, J. (2009). Three-dimensional mental rotation exercise as an indicator for students’ cognitive skills. In H. Almegaard (Ed.): Conference proceeding of Nordic Architectural engineering teachers’ meeting. Coppenhagen, DTU.

Fischl, G., Fischl, C., & Gärling, A. (2008). Unidimensionality in the Built Environment Restoration Support Scale (BERS). In Bonaiuto, M., Bonnes, M., Nenci, A. M., Carrus, G., Urban diversities, Biosphere and Well-being: Designing and managing our common environment. (IAPS 20 Conference Proceedings on CD-Rom), 28 July-1 August 2008.

Fischl, G., Öhman, M., and Dijk, H. W. (2008). Smart eXperience Laboratory Architecture. Technical report. Twente University of Technology, Enschede, The Netherlands

Fischl, G. & Gärling, A. (2004). Enhancing well-being in health care facilities by architectural design? -A methodological study. Evaluation in progress, Strategies for Environmental Research and Implementation - 18th Conference of the International Association for People-Environment Studies, Young Researcher Workshop. Vienna University of Technology, Austria.

Fischl, G. & Gärling, A. (2003). Poster presentation: A new design tool: the Triple-E. Design and Health, Third world congress and exhibition. Montreal, Canada.

Fischl, G. (2002). Workplace design for patient transferring task. In Thatcher, A. Fischer, J. & Miller, K. (Eds.), CD-Rom proceedings of Cyberg’2002: The Third International Cyberspace Conference on Ergonomics. The International Ergonomics Association Press, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Fischl, G. (2001). Workplace redesign for caretaker transferring task in Luleå, Sweden. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis in Ergonomics. Luleå, Sweden. Fischl, G. & Martinkó, J. (2001). Akadálymentes kiállítási központ (Accessible exhibition centre). Octogon, 2, 2-4.

Fischl, G. (1999a). Rehabilitáció és épületrehabilitáció (Rehabilitation and building rehabilitation). Alaprajz, 2, 8-9.

Participation in national and international conferences

Cox, C. & Fischl, G. (2013). Undergraduate design studio exercise to internalise locus of control. In proceeding Design Research Society 2nd International Conference for Design Education Researchers in Oslo, Norway, May

Buchem, I., Jahnke, I., Smith C. (2012). Programme committee member for Mobile Learning and Creativity Workshop (MLCW12): Fostering Creative Learning and Creative Skills with Mobile Learning.

Fischl, G., Holmqvist, B., & Krantz, J. (2009). Three-dimensional mental rotation exercise as an indicator for students’ cognitive skills. In H. Almegaard (Ed.): Conference proceeding of Nordic Architectural engineering teachers’ meeting: Research, Teaching, and Practice. Coppenhagen, DTU.

Fischl, G. & Gärling, A. (2004). Enhancing well-being in health care facilities by architectural design? - A methodological study. Evaluation in progress, Strategies for Environmental Research and Implementation - 18th Conference of the International Association for People-Environment Studies, Young Researcher Workshop. Vienna University of Technology, Austria.

Fischl, G. & Gärling, A. (2004). What does “restorative environment” imply to physical design? Annual Meeting for Environmental Studies, Stockholm University, Sweden.

Fischl, G. (2004a). Egyetemes tervezés: termékek és használhatóságuk (Universal design: products and their usability. Tervezés mindenkinek, Magyar Iparmûvészeti Egyetem (Conference on Design for all, University of Arts and Design, Hungary).

Fischl, G. (2004b). A psychosocial approach to architectural design – a methodological study. Unpublished Licentiate thesis, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden.

Fischl, G. (2003). Universal Design or Design for all. Organizer and Presenter on Universell Design – en mångprofessionell utmaning. Boden, Sweden.

Fischl, G. & Gärling, A. (2003). Poster presentation: A new design tool: the Triple-E. Design and Health, Third world congress and exhibition. Montreal, Canada.

Fischl, G. & Gärling, A. (2003). Patients’ and architects’ perspective of psychosocial supportiveness in a health care facility. Annual Meeting for Environmental Studies, Gävle, Sweden.

Fischl, G. (1999b). Akadálymentesen az oktatásban (Teaching Accessibility). Annual meeting of Hungarian Architectural engineering teachers. Gyôr, Sz. I. Egyetem

Konferensbidrag

Aries, M., Beute, F., Fischl, G. (2019). Students in good mood appear slower and less accurate: A pilot study investigating dynamic lighting impact on students’ perception and performance. Vienna: The International Commission on Illumination, 29th Session of the CIE, Washington D.C., USA, June 14 – 22, 2019. More information

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