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Madhavi Patil

Research Fellow

Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Madhavi Patil is an accomplished Architect and Urban Designer, currently a Research Associate at the University of Northumbria, UK, working alongside Prof. Ashraf Salama. She recently earned her PhD in Architecture from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, with a focus on the Perception of Density. She is a registered Architect with COA, India, and holds an MSc in Urban Design from Mumbai University. She brings teaching experience from her time as an Assistant Professor at MES Pillai College of Architecture, Mumbai University and professional expertise from her work at TATA Housing and consulting firms in Mumbai. She is dedicated to advancing research in the built environment and behavioral sciences, with a passion for creating innovative solutions to enhance urban life.

Madhavi Patil

Built Environment, Urban Design, Behavioural Sciences, Deep learning 

  • Other Courses PhD September 13 2023
  • MSc June 17 2015

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