Buddhist
Architecture
in the Western
Himalayas

PREVIOUS PROJECTS

The following list summarizes previous research projects, largely financed by the FWF:

2011-2014: FWF project P22857 Early Buddhist architecture of the Western Himalaya, Institute of Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies, Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Holger Neuwirth. Scientific co-workers: Dieter Bauer, Bettina Paschke, Martina Rössl, Claudia Wrumnig. Involved experts: Carmen Auer

2007-2010: FWF project P19698 Early Buddhist architecture of the Western Himalaya, Institute of Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies, Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Holger Neuwirth. Scientific co-workers: Carmen Auer, Dieter Bauer, Dagmar Ley, Bettina Paschke, Martina Rössl. Involved experts: Christian Luczanits, Anton Reithofer

2001-2006: FSP-Sub Project S8703 Buddhist architecture of the Western Himalaya, Institute of Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies, Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Holger Neuwirth. Scientific co-workers: Carmen Auer, Hubert Feigelsdorfer, Gerald Kozicz, Marianne Pecnik, Erich Rieger, Heinrich Sickl. Involved experts: Christian Luczanits, Anton Reithofer

1999-2001: FWF project P13249 Monastery architecture in the Kingdom of Guge, (Bauaufnahmen, Bauforschung und Denkmalpflege am Beispiel der Klosteranlagen von Tholing und Tsaparang im ehemaligen Königreich von Guge/Tibet. Ergänzungsprojekt zum Antrag des Institutes für Tibetologie, Uni Wien), Institut für Baukunst, Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Holger Neuwirth. Scientific co-workers: Gerald Kocziz. Involved experts: Wolfgang Heusgen, Christian Luczanits

Other foundations:
2010-2014: Save Dangkhar. Research and restauration project, financed by Markus Weisskopf (Basel, Switzerland), Institute of Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies, Graz University of Technology. In cooperation with the Achi-Association (2010), the Institute of Conservation/University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Institute of Applied Geosciences/Graz University of Technology.
Project leader: Carmen Auer. Scientific co-worker: Bauer Dieter. Involved experts: Tanja Bayerova, Maria Gruber, Scott Kieffer, Gabriela Krist, Yannick Laurent, Holger Neuwirth, Christoph Steinbauer, Kathrin Schmidt, Jitender Yadav.