Laura Cipriani is currently an adjunct Professor in Landscape Urbanism at Università Iuav di Venezia and at Politecnico di Milano.
Over the years, she has specialised in the relationship between infrastructure and landscape, with a constant commitment to research and university teaching.
She regularly attends conferences on the topic in academic and professional environments and has published her research in several books. “Ecological Airport Urbanism” (Università di Trento, 2012) and “Airport Urbanism” (Aracne, 2012) are her last publications.
Winner of numerous research fellowships, in 2011 Laura was awarded by the Marie Curie Cofund Fellowship (7th Framework Programme of the European Union FP7). In 2002 she was awarded by a research grant by the Foundation CARIVE (in collaboration with IUAV University of Venice), which allowed her to graduate with honors in urban studies and landscape at Harvard Design School.
Laura Cipriani received a Ph.D. in Urbanism in 2008 from IUAV Ph.D. School coordinated by Prof. B. Secchi and Prof. Viganò, a Master’s degree (M.Des.) with distinction focused on urban and landscape studies from Harvard University (Graduate School of Design) in 2004 (attended with a CARIVE grant), and Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Architecture with honors from Venice University (IUAV) in 2001.