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Senior Research Fellow

Deparment of Urbanism

Room: 245

Scientific field:
Urbanand spatial planning

Research interests:
urban planning; methodology in urban research; planning culture; collaborative planning tools, methods and theory; brownfield regeneration


Ana Perić Momčilović (1982) is a Senior Research Fellow at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, previously engaged as a Research Fellow and a Teaching Assistant at the Department of Urban Planning. After completing graduate studies (2007), she went on to obtain her PhD (2013). Her dissertation entitled The Role of Urban Planning in the Process of Brownfield Regeneration got an award from the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce in 2014.

She received six national and international grants, including the Foundation for Young Talents Grant (2010/2011) and the Swiss Governance Excellence Scholarship (2014/2015), for PhD and postdoc research conducted at ETH Zurich, as well as the Fulbright Foundation Grant (2021) for visiting scholar research at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Financed by ETH Zurich, АRL (Academy for Spatial Development, Hannover), and Future Cities Lab (Singapore ETH Zurich Centre), she has participated in ten international research projects, three times as project coordinator and twice as principal investigator. The research results have been published in 5 books (authored and co-edited) and more than 70 journal articles, book chapters, and conference proceedings.

She actively serves on review boards for two international journals (Urban and Regional Planning and Athens Journal of Architecture), as well as a board member of ISОCАRP (International Society of City and Regional Planners), AESOP’s (Association of European Schools of Planning) Excellence in Education, and UN-HABITAT CoP (Community of Practice) on Urban Innovation. Since 2016, she has been a Lecturer at the Institute for Spatial and Landscape Development (ETH Zurich), leading two courses within the Spatial Development and Infrastructure Systems (REIS) Master Programme: European Aspects of Spatial Development and Methodology of Planning Research and Practice. She has been a supervising committee member in seven Master and MAS (Master of Advanced Studies) theses and two PhD dissertations.

She is a member of MENSA and speaks English and German.