Ana Perić, architect and urban planner, is Lecturer and Post-doc Fellow at the Institute for Spatial and Landscape Development, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich). Between 2008 and 2015, she was engaged as a Teaching Assistant, while in 2016 she was promoted in the scientific title Research Fellow at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. At the same faculty, she obtained a doctorate in Urban Planning, awarded from the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce. During her education, she received a number of grants, including the Swiss Governance Excellence Scholarship.
Her research interest includes urban research methodology, transnational cooperation, collaboration in the planning process, and brownfield regeneration. As an expert team member, she has participated in several international projects on various topics: from spatial and transport development in European macro-regions to brownfield regeneration initiatives. She is the author of the monograph Brownfield Regeneration in the Danube Macro-Region: Institutional Dynamics (2014), co-editor of two books – Ten Years of UPATs: Reflections and Results (2015) and CODE: ATHENS! Railway and City Development in Athens (2016), and has also published in almost fifty peer-reviewed journals and international conference proceedings.
She is a review board member of two international journals, as well as an active member of AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning) Young Academics, Serbian Chamber of Engineers, Belgrade Association of Architects, and associate member of NALED (National Alliance for Local Economic Development) – a Serbian NGO supported by USAID. She has been actively engaged as a member of supervising committees in a number of PhD dissertations, MAS (Master of Advanced Studies) and Master’s theses being conducted at European universities (ETH Zurich, UPC Barcelona).