Samaneh Sadat Nickayin

About

Samaneh Sadat Nickayin is a lecturer at Agricultural University of Iceland. She moved to Italy at a young age to pursue studies in Landscape Architecture. She received her Ph.D. in Landscape and Environment from “Sapienza” (March 2018) and her Ph.D. thesis has been elected as the winner of ECLAS Annual Awards 2018 – Outstanding Student Award, 3rd cycle. She graduated with honors from “Sapienza” with a master thesis entitled “Landscape for river reclamation: Meuse river--its floodplain system, identity, and transformation” in Belgium. Before she got into Landscape studies, she received a Bachelor of Computer Hardware Engineering (Tehran, 2002-2006). Prior to attending Ph.D. program, she worked for several Architectural Firms, winning several national and international competitions. She was engaged on issues ranging from Urban renewal to Green Infrastructure and Water System management, working in New Zealand, Turkey, Italy and Iran. She has conducted field research at The University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design (2017) and Université de Liège (2012). Prior to moving to Iceland, she was the former teaching assistant of Prof. Franco Zagari and Prof. Fabio Di Carlo at Sapienza. Samaneh’s research interests focus on solving Large-Scale Planning problems with particular attention to holistic approaches. She is the author of many essays in journals and books.

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