Research in Progress E+ Seminar by Sanela Klarić, International Burch University (I.B.U.)
Vice Rector for External Relations and Scientific Cooperation

Architecture and Urban planning

Start date

Thursday, 21 Jun 2018, 13:00

End date

Thursday, 21 Jun 2018, 14:00

Room
4.01
Location
International Institute of Social Studies
Spoken Language
English

New trends in Architecture and Urban planning, Sustainable responsible approach in architecture and Urban planning, Rural / Urban development and relationship, Energy efficiency as a platform for the green jobs and circular economy, waste management and Renewable energy sources; gender issues in this field, Case study

Assist. Professor Sanela Klarić  is Vice Rector at the international Burch University (IBU) as well as Assist. Professor at the Department of Architecture at Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies in Sarejevo.   

Currently she  is involved in all International Relation and Scientific Cooperation on IBU. She teaches on Sustainable Architecture, Design, Energy Efficiency, Landscape Architecture and she is very active in Project and Research work. She is managing number of projects related to Energy Efficiency, Sustainable Development, Rural Development, Green Cities and Sustainable Education.  She is the initiator and TL of the one Scientific project 'Bio based Student Pavilion' ongoing in the IBU Campus.

She has more than eighteen years' experience in architecture, designing and supervising residential and public building and interiors design. She has made many presentation at conferences, workshops, lectures on sustainable architecture, natural sustainable materials and green cities. Development and delivery of the teaching methods and models that will cover sustainability and nature in the focus of all research’s and project design and developments. She also has eighteen years experience working with international organizations as an independent consultant on capacity building; EU accession process, sustainable urban and rural development, finance and procurement management; programme and project development; and policy and research management.