Dr Deljana Iossifova

Senior Lecturer in Urban Studies

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Supervision information

Current research students:

  • Yan Yu (British Council – CSC Visiting PhD Scholar, Architecture): The Revival of Chinese Traditional Villages under the Impact of Fast-Developing Urbanisation (Main Supervisor)

  • Yahya Gamalaldin (Architecture): Informal Urban Growth: An Analytical Descriptions Based Adaptive Simulation Model for Greater Cairo (Main Supervisor, with Nuno Pinto)

  • Kunzhe Kang (Architecture): Constructing a Modernism Future in Contemporary Chinese Architecture? (Main Supervisor, with Stephen Walker)

  • Qi Liu (Geography): Easy Travel, Easy Green: A Social Practice Approach to Sustainable Lodging in China (Co-supervisor, with Alison Browne)

  • Raqib Abu Salia (Architecture): Sustainability in Slums: An Assessment of the feasibility of customary land consolidation in Semi-Arid Ghana (Main Supervisor, with Ulysses Sengupta)

  • Debapriya Chakrabarti (Architecture): Strategies for Sustainable Development Framework for the heritage cores of historic cities (Case study: Kolkata – Howrah, along River Hooghly) (Main Supervisor, with Graham Haughton)

  • Cecilia Alda Vidal (Geography): Urban transformation and everyday life: The politics of access to sanitation in Lilongwe, Malawi (Co-supervisor, with Alison Browne)

Former research students:

  • Victoria Lawson (Planning, 2017): Can design deliver? A Liverpool case study of design-led city centre regeneration (Co-supervisor, with Graham Haughton)
  • Zhenbo Yu (Planning, 2013): Regulation of Urban Character: Style, Colour and Historic Character in a Modern Chinese City – The Case of Harbin (Co-supervisor, with Michael Hebbert)

Student Theses

  1. 2018
  2. 2013
  3. REGULATION OF URBAN CHARACTER: STYLE, COLOUR AND HISTORIC CHARACTER IN A MODERN CHINESE CITY - THE CASE OF HARBIN

    Author: Yu, Z., 31 Dec 2013

    Supervisor: Hebbert, M. (Supervisor), Sibley, M. (Supervisor) & Iossifova, D. (Supervisor)

    UoM administered thesis: Phd