Resume Dr. Hilde Remøy


Dr. Hilde Remøy is associate professor of Real Estate Management at the department of Management in the Built Environment (MBE), faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). Her research area is adaptive reuse, focusing on societally important issues like vacancy and adaptive reuse into housing, and the environmental and financial value of adaptive reuse and long-life buildings.

Hilde Remøy studied architecture and graduated at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in 1997. Until 2005, she worked as an architect at different Dutch architecture offices. In 2005, she joined the TU Delft, where she now holds a position as associate professor. Since 2009, she has coordinated and taught several different post graduate courses, focusing on adaptive reuse management.

Hilde Remøy has led and conducted several research projects, e.g. for municipalities, the Dutch Central Government Real Estate Agency, and in the European Horizon 2020 programme. Hilde Remøy has published key articles in top-ranked journals, conference proceedings, book chapters and practice journals, and is currently completing her fourth book. Next to teaching and doing research, Hilde Remøy is president of the European Real Estate Society (www.eres.org).

Qualifications and education

09.2014 University Teaching Qualification, Delft University of Technology
09.1995 – 06.1996 Erasmus exchange, Architecture, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
09.1991 – 10.1997 Architecture, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
04.2010 PhD, Delft University of Technology, Out of Office, A Study of the Cause of
Office Vacancy and Transformation as a Means to Cope and Prevent


01.2016 – now Associate professor Real Estate Management, Delft University of Technology
07.2009 – 12.2015 Assistant professor Real Estate Management, Delft University of Technology
07.2005 – 06.2009 PhD student, dept. of Real Estate & Housing, Delft University of Technology
10.2001 – 06.2005 Architect at Ector Hoogstad Architecten, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Editorial boards

ZIÖ (Zeitschrift für Immobilienökonomie), JCRE (Journal of Corporate Real Estate), Property Management

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