Nida Naycı graduated from METU (Middle East Technical University) with a bachelor’s degree in Architecture. She has a master and PhD degrees from the Graduate Program in Conservation in METU. She has been involved in number of projects regarding sustainability of historic environments, ecological based-planning approaches in sensitive environments and participatory approaches in site management studies. In addition, she has executed many studies related to the Muftu River and its surroundings as a basis to Mersin CityLab’s first subject of circular city life. Currently, she is giving lectures as an Associate Professor of Architecture at Faculty of Architecture in Mersin University.
Nida participates in the break-out session: CityLab, local action or international movement? on Wednesday June 19.