Professor of Spatial Planning and Urbanism
Patrizia Ingalina is an architect and state planner in Italy since 1982, attached to the teaching at the University of Florence between 1982 and 1985,
I obtained my PhD in Geography and Spatial Planning at Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne in 1993.
As a lecturer at the Institut d'Urbanisme de Paris, from 1995 to 2007, she was able to set up the first courses on the urban project, her main research subject.
She then joined the University of Lille as a Professor, and then Sorbonne University in 2013, where she currently directs the Master's degree in Urban Planning and Development.
She has carried out her academic career in parallel with her professional activity: first in Florence with design offices, architectural agencies, but also with the
Direction du Patrimoine as an architect of historical monuments; then in Paris in architectural agencies and design offices.
With a background in research, higher education and professional activities, the professor is now committed to promoting dialogue between professionals and the academic world.
This priority has led to the involvement of AREP, Resillience, EMBIX and Icade through a skills sponsorship by the Sorbonne University Foundation.