Dr Antonella Radicchi

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Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning and Sustainability

School of Engineering and the Built Environment - BE

Dr Antonella Radicchi holds a BA and MA in Architecture with honours and a PhD in Urban Design and Territorial Planning (University of Firenze, Italy) with doctoral studies conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) as a Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholar. She is a Licensed Architect (Board of Architects, Firenze, Italy).

In 2022, she joined Birmingham City University. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning and Sustainability in the Department for the Built Environment, where she leads the MA Planning Built Environments Course and several Modules (Placemaking, Individual Master’s Project, Digital Cities).

From 2016 to 2022, she worked at the Technical University of Berlin (Germany) as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow, a HEAD-Genuit Foundation Research Fellow and a Senior Research Associate. In 2019 she was visiting HEAD-Genuit Foundation Research Fellow at the New York University (USA). From 2020 to 2022, she was a Senior Research Associate at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, where she managed the Horizon2020 European Citizen Science project.

Before 2016, she worked in the architecture practice and academic sectors in Italy and the US.

Beyond academia, she has been committed to scientific outreach to raise public awareness on environmental sustainability issues by conducting invited public soundwalks and workshops internationally.

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