PhD (National Technical U of Athens)
Urbanism & Sustainability (URBS)
Evgenia Tousi works as a freelance architect and urban planner since 2007. She holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture (2007) from National Technical University of Athens, a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning (NTUA,2009) and a Master’s Degree in Environmental Design of Cities and Buildings (Hellenic Open University,2017). She received her PhD in 2014 from National Technical University of Athens, School of Architecture, sector of Urban and Regional Planning. She fulfilled a three-year post-doctoral research in the field of Social Housing (2016-2019) at the School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, Sector of Urban and Regional Planning and she is currently conducting a second post-doctorate research on the environmental impact of different scales of open urban spaces, at the University of West Attica, School of Civil Engineering.
She is a certified adult educator from the Ministry of Education (2018) and a certified educator in distance learning courses (Hellenic Open University, 2018).
She has been teaching since 2010 in several BA and MA programs. She has worked at Piraeus University of Applied Sciences, at the School of Pedagogical and Technical Education, at the University of West Attica and at the Hellenic Open University. She has also worked as an assistant lecturer at NTUA. In addition, she has participated in many research projects conducted by the Laboratory of Planning Methodology and Space Regulation (NTUA), the National Documentation Centre and the Hellenic Statistical Authority.
She is currently an adjunct lecturer at the School of Interior Architecture, University of West Attica (BA and MA Programs). She has published in international journals, she has contributed in book chapters and published books. She is a reviewer at Common Ground Research Networks, University of Illinois Research Park, Champaign USA. Her main research interests include issues of urban socio-spatial transformations, refugee settlements, housing policies, urbanization, globalization, and brownfield regeneration policies.