Name: Wan Tingting
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Professional Title: Lecturer and postgraduate advisor for the School of Architecture, Southeast University
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Research direction: Architecture and Urban Heritage Conservation, Conservation and Renewal Plan and Design, Urban Sociology and Anthropology

Wan Tingting, is a PhD and a French national registered architect. She graduated with a Master's Degree from École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris-Belleville (France), and a Doctor’s degree in Urban Planning from the Université Paris Nanterre (France). Her main research interests are architectural and urban heritage conservation theory, its planning and design, and the sustainable conservation and regeneration of historic towns from the perspective of urban sociology. 

Recently, she participated in three research projects in France, like Paris Lumière Research Fund Projet and Plan Urbanisme Construction Architecture (PUCA) Project. She has published more than ten papers in journals in China and abroad, such as Urban Development Studies, China City Planning Review and Built Heritage. She has been invited to give reports in international conferences and research centers such as ICOMOS Scientific Symposium, Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation (RLICC), AESOP Annual Congress, and French National Centre for Scientific Research. As a core member, she has participated in several conservation and renewal projects, such as the Conservation Plan of the Huai'an Section and Suqian Section of Grand Canal, Survey and Research on ancient Villages Shijiagou in Shanxi Province, the Conservation and Restructuration of Palais de Justice in Paris, the Reutilization of Château de Dampierre in France etc.