Andre Viljoen welcomes expression of interest for supervisory support from individuals interested in architecture and urban design, with a particular focus on sustainable design, urban agriculture and alternative architectural practices including engagement processes. His inaugural lecture as Professor of Architecture provides an overview of his personal research.
He has acted as a Ph.D. supervisor at the University of Brighton and Cambridge and as an examiner at the Universities of Sheffield, Oxford Brookes, and Brighton.
Doctoral Post-Graduate Research supervision:
Ongoing since 2017 - Ph.D. Co-Supervisor: University of Brighton Candidate funded under the South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership consortium (Global Economies and Business Innovation). Joseph Palmer, Topic the use of Innovative Technologies in participatory planning.
Ongoing since 2015 - Ph.D. Lead Supervisor: University of Brighton Candidate (part-time), Magda Rich, Topic Therapeutic Horticulture in the city.
Ongoing since 2013) - Ph.D. Lead Supervisor (appointed 2017): University of Brighton Candidate (part-time), Gabriel Wulff, Topic Berlin Urban Agriculture, inputs and output.
2009-14, Ph.D. Lead Supervisor: University of Brighton Candidate Mikey Tomkins, Topic Community Food Gardens.
2008- 12, Ph.D. Supporting Supervisor: University of Cambridge Candidate Gillian Denny, Topic Embodied greenhouse gas emissions and urban agriculture.