Tin Oberman, born in 1982 in Zagreb, is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Zagreb, the Faculty of Architecture, Croatia. He finished his PhD thesis entitled Soundscape of Urban Open Spaces – Factors and Models for Urban Sound Planning in 2015 at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb. In 2017, he was a Visiting Academic at the University of Sheffield, School of Architecture, UK. At the Faculty of Architecture, he is engaged in teaching at courses related to urban design, urban planning, spatial planning and landscape architecture since 2009. At the Faculty of Forestry, University of Zagreb, he is teaching history of landscape architecture. Since 2009 he was a member of several urban and spatial planning teams at the Faculty of Architecture, where he produced several spatial plans, urban plans and spatial development studies. Conducting systematic research and studies in the fields of urban planning and landscape architecture, focused on soundscape issues in urban open space is his main interest. He is currently engaged in the research project Heritage Urbanism, funded by Croatian Science Foundation, research module Experiencing the City. He is author and co-author of scientific papers, conference papers, urban and spatial plans and studies.