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Teresa Marat-Mendes

Integrated Researcher

research interests

Architecture, Urbanism, Urban Metabolism, Urban History, Urban Morphology, Urban Sustainability, Urban Ecology, Sustainability in Higher Education, Urban Morphology.

Short Bio

Teresa Marat-Mendes is an Assistant Professor with Habilitation at ISCTE-IUL and a Senior Researcher at DINÂMIA'CET-IUL. Teresa is an Architect with a M.Sci in Land Use Planning and Environmental Planning (UNL.FCT) and a Ph.D. in Architecture (Univ. of Nottingham). Her main research areas include Architecture and Urbanism, Urban Sustainability, Urban Metabolism, Ecological Urbanism, Urban Morphology and Sustainability in Higher Education. She was a Visiting Professor at The Universitat Politécnica da Catalunya (Barcelona, 2011) and at the Queensland University of Technology (Austrália, 2013). Teresa is a member of the Scientific Council of the International Seminar on Urban Form and was the former President for the Portuguese Network of Urban Morphology (PNUM). At DINÂMIA'CET-IUL Teresa coordinated the Research Project MEMO (PTDC/EMS-ENE/2197/2012) and at present she coordinates the D’C team for the research Project SPLACH- Spatial Planning for Change (POCI­01­145­FEDER­16431).

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