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Tijana Tufek-Memisevic

Dr. Tijana Tufek Memisevic is a recognized international expert in sustainable urban development. She combines practical industry knowledge with her academic background, having earned her Master’s in Architecture from the University of Sarajevo and her Ph.D. in Urban Planning from the Cracow University of Technology.      

Dr. Tufek Memisevic is committed to shaping the future of green and sustainable cities, drawing on her experience in architectural practice, consultancy, research, and academia. Her teaching background includes architectural, urban design, and planning courses at universities in Sarajevo and Cracow. ​

In her capacity as a Board and Scientific Committee Member at​ the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), she actively contributes to initiatives related to climate resilience and disaster management.

Dr. Tufek Memisevic also serves as a Board Member and Chair of the Sustainable Development Program at the Bosnian Herzegovinian American Academy of Arts and Sciences (BHAAAS), where she fosters interdisciplinary research and knowledge exchange in the Western Balkans.  

She has effectively spearheaded and coordinated numerous international scientific symposia focused on smart, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable cities. Her research interests include the exploration of linear city development, the application of space syntax methodologies, the multifaceted role of public spaces in urban life, and the incorporation of barrier-free design principles in architectural practices, among other pertinent topics.