Name: Guo Di
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Professional Title: associate professor and postgraduate advisor for the School of Architecture, Southeast University
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Research direction:  Theory and practice of sustainable development architecture, Urban and rural housing and community renewal


Guo Di, visiting scholar of housing management and development center of Lund University, Sweden, is a national first-class registered architect. Since 1998, she has worked in the China Southeast Architecture. Since 2001, she has taught in the school of architecture of Southeast University. Her main research interests are residential planning and design as well as related fields. She pays particular attention to the sustainable development of residential design, urban community renewal, architectural energy-saving design, the ecological experience of traditional dwellings and the living problems of low-income people.

She has published two monographs and translations, published many papers in the Journal of architecture, new architecture, Chinese garden and other professional top-level journals, presided over or participated in several National Natural Science Funds, and obtained a number of national invention patents and software copyrights. She has served as the main teacher of the 1st and 4th grade architectural residential design of the national excellent resource sharing course Fundamentals of architectural design, and now cooperates with Dietmar Eberle of ETH, on the 2nd grade undergraduate architectural design. She participated in many engineering practices such as Huai'an cultural center and won the Architectural Creation Award of Jiangsu civil architecture society.