Alessandro Camiz graduated (BArch+MArch) in Architecture at “Sapienza” University (Rome, 1999). Before graduating he cooperated with Sartogo Architetti Associati for the New Italian Embassy (Washington DC) and the Church of Jesus’ Holy Face (Rome). In 2007, he discussed his doctoral thesis on “History of medieval town planning of Ravenna” (Sapienza), and therein attended Post-Doctoral studies until 2014. He taught at the School of Architecture of University of Miami (Rome programme) and at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Fine Arts of Girne American University (Cyprus), where he directed until 2018 the International Centre for Heritage Studies (ICHS) and the Department of Interior Architecture. He is member of ICOMOS-Italy, and secretary general of the Cyprus Network for Urban Morphology (CyNUM). He is currently associate professor and director of the Laboratory of Dynamic Research on Urban Morphology (DRUM) at Özyeğin University, Istanbul. His main research interests are in architectural design, urban morphology and advanced technologies for conservation and enhancement of architectural heritage.
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