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Marwa Dabaieh is an architect and BioGeometry® practitioner. She is an expert in zero emission and passive earth buildings. Worked for the last 15 years in the field of sustainable architectural conservation, environmental design and energy efficient buildings. Marwa received her bachelor degree in architecture in 2001. She earned a master degree in environmental planning and design in 2006 and a PhD in conservation of vernacular architecture in 2011 from Lund University in Sweden. Marwa mainly applies transdisciplinary approaches in her research work. She received the Swedish Elna Bengtssons foundation prize for scientific research in 2012 for her PhD project. Marwa had several publications and lectures in the fields of energy efficient buildings, sustainable conservation, environmental design, vernacular architecture and BioGeometry®. As a practitioner, she participated in several design projects in Egypt, MENA region and Europe. Currently she is a researcher at the department of urban studies, Malmö University. Marwa's current research focus is passive and carbon neutral low-tech vernacular methods and their adaptation for contemporary energy efficient and zero carbon building practice. Her ongoing project is on minus carbon and plus energy refugee shelters.
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