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Daniela Roque, MSc


Daniela Roque studied Civil Engineering at UABC (Autonomous University of Baja California) in Ensenada Mexico; with different subjects such as structural analysis, planning and construction. During her studies she participated as an intern in a government department as a technical auxiliary in areas of urbanization. Afterwards she worked on infrastructure development at the coast.   In 2013 she entered the Master Program Urban Management at TU Berlin and presented the thesis ‘Car dependence factors in mid-sized cities: The case study of Ensenada, Mexico’. Earlier 2015 started an internship at ZTG in the area of mobility of Space. In November 2015 she started her project ‘Modeling Car Ownership in Mexico: Individual and Spatial Determinants of Acquiring a Car for her PhD with the sponsorship of DAAD and CONACYT.

Ausbildung/Berufliche Tätigkeiten

Civil Engineering at UABC, Ensenada Mexico
Urban Management at TU Berlin
Since 2015
PhD at TU Berlin
Internship- Work experience
Intern in ZTG in mobility and space area
2012 – 2013
Project designer of maritime infrastructure
Freelancer in construction budget Ensenada Mexico
Construction supervisor Ensenada Mexico
Intern at engineering department at a private company in Ensenada
Assistant in engineering department at Municipal Council of Urbanization of Ensenada


  • Masoumi, Houshmand E.; Roque, Daniela (2015): Evaluation of Urban Sprawl Speed and Intensity Based on International Urbanization: Example from a Mexican City. Journal of Settlements and Spatial Planning, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 27-35.

  • Roque D., 2015,  Car dependence factors on Mid-sized cities: The Case Study of Ensenada, Mexico, Master thesis, Urban Management Program, Technische Universität Berlin

  • Alcantara A., Carvajal F., Roque D., 2014, “Author from the article: Political Influence on Communication Management”, in D’Alençon Castrillón, R. and Rota, F., Heritage and Catastrophe: Prevention, Emergency, Restoration and Transformation in 2009 L’Aquila Earthquake, Field study Report, pp: 27-36.



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