Quazi Tausif Iqbal
Assistant Professor & Coordinator-Placement Cell
Bachelor of Architecture, SAP Anna University. Master of Urban Planning, American University of Sharjah, (PhD: Morphology of Public spaces in India Cities)
6 years in Teaching & 5 years in Industry (as of 2022)
Design of Built Environment
Urban Design, Public Spaces, Participatory Planning.
I am driven by a passion for the built environment and a belief that it can create a positive impact in the society. Right through my bachelors’ and masters’ education, the central theme to all my design and research work has been sustainable and equitable development. My experience of studying and working in different cities i.e. Hyderabad, Chennai, Dubai and Mumbai have added a great deal to my understanding of various cultures and nuances of policymaking and its impact on the users.
I have made a conscious attempt to diversify my work experience by working and collaborating with professionals ranging from Architects and Planners to Geographers and Urban Anthropologists. These experiences have helped me understand the multifaceted nature of the fascinating idea that is a City.
At JNAFAU, I hope to further expand my knowledge in the areas of Urban Design, Informal Housing and Sustainable Development to eventually get involved in a full time research in a relevant field.
- Co-authored Blog – ‘Urbanization and its collateral damage’ published on URBZ, Mumbai website. Link - http://urbz.net/urbanization-and-itscollateral- damage/
- Conference paper – ‘Challenges to Sustainable Transport in the Developing World’ presented at the Second International
- Conference on Sustainable Systems and The Environment (ISSE); February 2014. http://issuu.com/tousifiqbal/docs/implementing_sustainable_transport_