The research program consists of ten PhD projects, which are pursued by ten PhD candidates, hosted by ten academic partners. While the individual PhD projects constitute independent doctoral projects in their own right, nine of these can (in terms of content) be grouped in three clusters:
- Approaching Tacit Knowledge: These PhD projects approach tacit knowledge from historical and theoretical perspectives
- Probing Tacit Knowledge: These PhD projects examine tacit knowledge through concrete cases
- Situating Tacit Knowledge: These PhD projects situate tacit knowledge in architecture by developing innovative concepts and methods
One final PhD project, entitled ‘Transmitting Tacit Knowledge’ investigates the important question of the character and role tacit knowledge in architectural education and will be informed by all three aforementioned clusters.