UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering

Dr Tin Oberman

Dr Tin Oberman

Research Fellow

Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources

Faculty of the Built Environment

Joined UCL
1st Jul 2018

Research summary

At the Faculty of Architecture, he was involved in organisation of research projects and contributed to several urban planning teams. His research work included collaboration with the Institute of Electroacoustics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, where he gained experience in auralisation and soundscape field research, focused on the enhancement of soundscape of urban open spaces.

Teaching summary

During his years working at the University of Zagreb, Tin acquired significant teaching experience in leading undergraduate students through courses covering urban design, spatial planning, landscape architecture and history of landscape architecture at the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Forestry at the University of Zagreb. 


Tin is a researcher, urban planner, architect and musician. He got is M.Arch. and Ph.D. (Architecture and Urbanism) degrees at the University of Zagreb, in Croatia. From 2009 to 2015, he worked as Research and Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb. From 2015 to 2018 he was Post-doctoral Researcher at the Department of Urban and Spatial Planning and Landscape Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb (Croatia). In 2017 he was appointed for six months as a Visiting Academic at Acoustics Group of the School of Architecture, University of Sheffield (UK), funded by the Croatian Academy of Science and Arts research grant and the Croatian Science Foundation. During his studies in architecture and urbanism and following his education in music theory, he started working on several music projects. From July 2018, Tin was appointed as Research Assistant at the Bartlett Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering of the University College London (UK), to work on the ERC-funded project entitled “Soundscape Indices”.