Housing sector, housing demand, vernacular architecture, housing and energy, occupant behavior, project management and qualitative research methods.
Dr. Ebru Karahan following her education in Istanbul Ataturk Science School and Marshall High School, Virginia, Dr. Ebru Karahan received her B.Sc. and M. Arch degrees in Architecture from Istanbul Technical University (ITU). She obtained her PhD degree in Architecture from ITU with her dissertation titled “Factors Affecting Housing Career and A Conceptual Model Aiming at Explaining Housing Demand”. Dr. Karahan worked for various national and international construction firms, Bahçeşehir University, and Istanbul Commerce University. She has been involved in national and international workshops and conferences. She has also been coordinating a working group in an organization of European Network for Housing Research. Dr. Karahan has works published in several books and journals. Her research areas include housing sector, housing demand, vernacular architecture, housing and energy, occupant behavior, project management and qualitative research methods.