Urbanistica - Cities for People
275.ENG Restoring Nature in Cities - Sangeeta Singh
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With 24 years of teaching experience, Prof. Dr. Sangeeta Singh is currently the Director at the Centre for Applied Research and Development, Institute of Engineering and has led a number of research projects related to ecological urban planning, disaster resilience, sustainable development, gender mainstreaming among others. She holds a PhD in Urban Planning (specializing in eco cities). She did her M.Sc. in Infrastructure Planning from the University of Stuttgart, Germany and her Bachelor's in Civil Engineering. She is currently leading one of the GCRF research as a city lead of the “Tomorrow's Cities” in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh and others. Apart from academic research, she has been involved in several professional consulting services in engineering design and urban planning.
She is also a board member of the University Grants Commission and one of the boards of trustees of Gandaki University. She is the coordinator of the Nepal National Urban Forum, the Chairperson of the Women in Engineering Business Committee at Nepal Engineering Association, and a member of Madan Bhandari Technological University Infrastructure Development Committee.
She has published various research works, especially in the field of eco-city and sustainable development, and has been a visiting scholar at Kyushu University (Japan), KU Leuven University (Belgium), and Tibet University.
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