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Last updated: 11/15/2017
SOPHIA Psarra
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22 Gordon Street
London
WC1H 0QB  United Kingdom
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  Architecture, Urbanism, space syntax, design, spatial networks, social networks
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4c Fellows Road
London
United Kingdom
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  https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=SPSAR79
  1. PhD in architecture. Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL. Geometrical Walks in Architectural Space – The Synchronous Plane of Geometry and the Diachronous Plane of Spatial Experience. 1997. Supervisor: Professor Julienne Hanson.
2. MSc Advanced Architectural Studies (AAS). Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL. 1985-86
3. DipArch, National Technical University of Athens, (NTUA), Athens, Greece. 1979-85.
  2011- Reader of Architecture and Spatial Design. Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, UCL.
2014-17 Director of MSc Spatial Design Architecture Cities (SDAC).
2005 -10 Associate Professor of Architecture. The University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning (TCAUP), Department of Architecture, Michigan.
2004 Senior Lecturer. Cardiff University, The Welsh School of Architecture.
1997- 04 Lecturer. Cardiff University, The Welsh School of Architecture.
1992 - 97 Associate Lecturer. The University of Greenwich, School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
  2017 Recognision of teaching excellence. Nominated for RIBA President Medals Student Award for dissertation. Dissertation supervisor of Kirsty McMullan. Bartlett, UCL. Spiralling Space-Time: Between Fiction and Reality in the Museum of Innocence.
2013 Recognition of teaching excellence RIBA President Medals Student Award for dissertation. Dissertation supervisor of Tamsin Hanke. Utopian Visions of Spatial Socialism: a study of Magnitogorsk - Russia's largest Monocity.
2003 Research paper award
Psarra S. (2003). ‘Top-Down and Bottom-Up Characterizations of Shape and Space’. Proceedings of The International Space Syntax Symposium IV. University College London, London, UK. Voted best peer reviewed conference paper.
1994 First Prize, EUROPAN III European competition. Housing and cultural complex. Berlin, Germany (with G. Fatseas).
1994 Mention, ZEPHYR European competition. Housing and leisure complex. Rhodes, Greece (with G. Fatseas).
1988 First Prize, EUROPAN I European competition. Single family house. Rhodes, Greece (with G. Fatseas).
1984 Mention, national Greek competition. Museum complex, Larisa, Greece (with Y. Liakatas, A. Liakata, K. Kakogiannis).
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