Daniel Arztmann studied Architecture at the Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften und Künste in Holzminden (HAWK) with a focus to metal construction and facades. After his Diploma in 2003 he worked as a project engineer and team leader for customized solutions for international markets at the Schüco Int. KG. In 2010 he obtained his M.Eng. in Facade Design and Construction from the HS-OWL, University of Applied Sciences in Detmold.
At the same time, he became Head of Research and Development for Emerging Markets at Schüco International KG until 2011 and continued to specialize in building physics and construction. Today, he is in charge of the department Building Physics International Projects in the Global Engineering of Schüco.
Since 2010 he is teaching in the facade master program IFDC in Detmold and since 2016 in the new MID program.
Since 2017 he is Professor at the OWL University of Applied Sciences - MID program, where he teaches the following courses:
• MID P4: Facade Design and Construction
• MID P5: Integrated Building Facade Design
• MID S4: Climate and Comfort
• MID S5: Planning, Detailing and Production
• MID S6: Materials, Surfaces and Safety
• Master Theses