About this event
This webinar will be held on zoom. The structure of the event will be a presentation followed by audience Q&A. Please register to be sent the joining instructions. You can pre-submit questions for the Q&A section when registering.
This webinar is part of the series
Water, Sanitation, Hygiene for Preventing Infectious Diseases (WASH)
The theme discussed in this webinar will be:
Enhancing health and well-being in cities
Dr. Stanislava Boskovic
Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Research Associate
Stanislava Boskovic joined the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London, in 2017 as a visiting academic, having previously lectured in contemporary city design and urban transformations in Swiss, Italian, Russian and Spanish universities. She is currently involved as a Research Associate in two European Union’s funded multidisciplinary projects, euPOLIS and HEART, focused on improvement of Public Health and Wellbeing in cities through the systematic implementation of nature-based technologies. Both projects aim to improve urban resilience through interventions based on integrated systemic design and modelling for assessment of NBS infrastructure. Stanislava is part of Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation and Water Systems Integration (WSI) research group.
She has a Doctorate in Architecture from the Accademia di Architettura in Mendrisio (Universita’ della Svizzera Italiana – USI), Switzerland and previous degrees from the Moscow Architectural Institute (MArchI) and the Accademia di Architettura in Mendrisio (USI), Switzerland. Stanislava has struck an optimal balance between her academic talents and practical skills, having an in-depth understanding of both academic theory and the challenges of successfully realizing a project. Her interdisciplinary background and experience of working on various international projects enables her to bring a unique and highly qualitative perspective to new projects.
More webinars in the Water, Sanitation, Hygiene for Preventing Infectious Diseases (WASH) series
- 8 March 16.00 Enhancing health and well-being in cities Dr. Stanislava Boskovic (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)
- 22 March 16.00 Dr. Pavani Cherukupally (Chemical Engineering)
- 29 March 16.00 Science and engineering innovations as part of interdisciplinary approaches to preventing neglected tropical diseases Professor. Michael Templeton (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)
About The Institute for Molecular Science and Engineering
The Institute for Molecular Science and Engineering (IMSE) is one of Imperial College London’s Global Institutes, drawing on the strength of its four faculties to address some of the grand challenges facing the world today. The Institute’s activities are focused on tackling problems where molecular innovation plays an important role.
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