She graduated from “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning in 2004, and holds a master’s degree in Sustainable Built Environment and a doctoral degree in Urban Planning; she won a scholarship from the Romanian Academy with a post-doctoral research on the sustainable development of rural landscape. In 2016, she studied Disaster Risk Management for Cultural Heritage as part of the UNESCO Chair Programme on Cultural Heritage and Risk Management organized by the Institute of Disaster Mitigation for Urban Cultural Heritage, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, ICCROM, ICOM and ICOMOS /ICORP.
She is associate professor at the Faculty of Urban Planning of “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning, with a work focus on the integrated concept of built space, cultural landscape, research and teaching activity.
Awards and nominations: Architecture Annual in Bucharest - VVITA – “Modernizing Learning and Teaching for Architecture” (team project); 2018 – National Biennial of Architecture – Architecture publications section for Rural Repertoire Notebook Bucium IV, RPER (co-authors Iozefina Postăvaru, Mihaela Hărmănescu, Ștefana Bianu); 2013 - Romanian Green Building Council Award 2013 – Green Building: Education Initiative of the Year Romania for the Faculty of Urban Planning (team project); 2007- Architecture Annual in Bucharest - nomination for the project “Thermal Rehabilitation and Upgrading of Housing” (team project).
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