Arbeitslehre/Technik und Partizipation

Rozaliia Tarnovetckaia


Rozaliia Tarnovetckaia is an scientific Assistant in TU Berlin. Her academic interest focuses on the impact of emerging on-demand mobility services and sharing mobility on sustainability, especially in Post-socialist cities. Besides, she worked as a student assistant in ArTe from 2019 until 2021.

Rozaliia has an MBA in Sustainable mobility management from TU Berlin(2021), Master of Urban planning and Spatial Development degrees from the HSE Moscow (2014) and Bachelor of Land Management from Nizhny Novgorod State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (2011). 

Before coming to Berlin for study, Rozaliia worked as a Senior Consulter in KB Strelka for five years in Moscow; before this, she participated in research "Archaeology of the Periphery" for the Moscow government and worked as a cadastral engineer in Russian companies. She has work experience in urban studies, master-planning, policy-making for Urban development, development of educational infrastructure, and the programming of public talks and forums.

During her working experience in Russia, she took part in the following remarkable projects:

  • The master plan of Svobodny city
  • Head of the Programming forum "The Environment for Living" (820 participants) in Saratov in 2017
  • Study "Architectural policy as a driver of urban development"
  • The architecture competitions Smart School (new name: "Point of the Future") in Irkutsk and Letovo school in Moscow,
  • Study "How to build new Moscow"
  • Study "Future of Science cities", etc.


  • Travel behaviour analysis 
  • Sustainable mobility studies
  • Data analysis and data science
  • Urban studies and strategies development
  • Study and master planning of educational infrastructure as an instrument of the educational environment