INGER LISE SYVERSEN is Associate professor, Architect, Researcher and Senior Lecturer with responsibility for Architectural Conservation in the Master studios at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. She has high pedagogical skill gained through a broad international and teaching experience in architectural conservation. She has experience of being a lecturer and networker in East Africa (1991-) with focus on capacity building, institutional cooperation and architectural conservation. In 2007 she presented her doctoral thesis focused on sustainable architectural conservation, case: Zanzibar Stone Town, Tanzania. She has a long academic experience and has been teaching architectural conservation at several institutions, such as Oslo School of Architectur and Design, Royal Academy of Art, Copenhagen School of Architechture and Lund University, LTH, Department of development and Design. Besides this, since 1986 she has also been active as an architect in the field at various architectural institutions in Norway – her native country – and in Sweden, where from 1990 and onwards she runs her own practice. Quoting some lines from the abstract of her disseratation: ”The thesis aims to increase understanding of the relationship between policy documents and their impact on arhitectural heritage management, so as to help build a platform of understanding that will bridge the gap between the local community and international policy level.” Read more, including cv: Inger Lise Syversen. Chalmers: Architectur
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