Dennis is working at the Chair of CAAD as a Researcher in the field of Computational Design. In his current work he is mainly focusing on the question how design strategies were conceived in certain historical periods and which conclusion can be drawn for a contemporary approach on architectural space.
Dennis holds a Diploma of Engineering in Architecture (Dipl.-Ing. Arch.) and a degree as Master of Science from the University of Wuppertal, Germany, where he is also accredited as an external PhD student. He was involved in exhibitions in Cologne, Dusseldorf and Berlin, has been a co-founder of a Wuppertal-based architectural collective. He was teaching as a tutor, lecturer and assistant. At the moment he is focusing on his PhD and presented his work on international conferences such as ARCC, ArchTheo and ACADIA.