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AHSANULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Department of

Architecture




Ms. Ayasha Siddiqua



Designation: Assistant Professor

Email: ayasha_35.arch@aust.edu

Phone:

Office Extension: 242

Room No: 3C01



Research Interests

  • Sustainable Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Water Urbanism
  • Vernacular Architecture

Educational Background

  • Other (Masters in Human Settlement) Katholieke University Leuven, Belgium
  • Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) (Architecture) Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka
  • HSC (Science) Begom Bodrunnessa Govt. Girls’ Collage
  • SSC (Science) Dr. Khastogir Govt. Girls’ High School, Chittagong),

Honors and Achievements

  • ‘Bangabandhu Fellowship on Science and ICT Project’ , Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of Bangladesh , 2013
  • South-South mobility Allowance , University Development Cooperation of the Flemish Interuniversity Council (VLIR-UOS) , 2009
  • VLIR-UOS Scholarship , Flemish Interuniversity Council , 2008
  • Technical Merit Scholarship , Bangladesh Government Scholarship, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh , 1998
  • Board Scholarship , Dhaka Education Board , 1997

Publications

  • Emergence of Water Sensitive Design: Alternate Development Strategies for Eastern Periphery of Dhaka Metropolitan Area , Iraqi Journal of Architecture and Planning , 2020
  • Searching Landscape Elements from Indigenous Land-Water Interface to Develop Integrated Landscape Framework for Water Sensitive Urban Design , 3rd International Conference of Contemporary Affairs in Architecture and Urbanism (ICCAUA-2020), Alanya HEP University, 6-8 May 2020 , 2020
  • Emergence of Water Urbanism for Water Born “Can Tho , Journal of Water Resource and Protection , 2019
  • Paradigm of Eco-Urban Agriculture for the Sustainable City: Integrating the Concept for Urban Dhaka , Nakhara- Journal of Environmental Design and Planning, Vol 14, pp 1-14, June 2018, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand , 2018
  • An Analysis of Prevailing Urban Planning Practice and Alternative Planning Strategies for Greater Dhaka Region , International Journal of Civil Engineering (IJCE) , 2015
  • Using Indigenous Building Patterns to Cope with Natural Disasters: The Case of Cyclones in Bangladesh , International Journal of Architecture, Engineering & Construction (IJAEC) , 2014
  • Discovering Landscape Urbanism within Resilient Landscape - Searching from Natural Setting to Structured Ground , Nakhara- Journal of Environmental Design and Planning, Vol 14, pp 1-14, June 2018, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand , 2014
  • Mission and Vision: Architectural Education of AUST , International Seminar on Architecture: Education, Practice and Research, Department of Architecture, BUET , 2012
  • Searching Demand of Profession from Architectural Education: An Evaluation Based Study , International Seminar on Architecture: Education, Practice and Research, Department of Architecture, BUET , 2012
  • Architectural Education and Profession in Bangladesh: Feedback from practice , Architectural Education Encounters: Towards Next Century’ , 2011
  • Preparing Low Land for Development: Considering Hydrological and Ecological Issues , CET 2011 – World Congress on Engineering and Technology , 2011
  • Emergence of Open-spaces For Dense Dhaka: Searching for Solutions from Traditional Settings , Nakhara- Journal of Environmental Design and Planning, Vol 14, pp 1-14, June 2018, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand , 2011
  • Living in Low Land: New Development Strategy for Eastern Periphery of Dhaka , International Conference on Urban & Regional Planning Celebrating 50th Anniversary of Planning Education in Indonesia - "Positioning Planning in the Global Crises ", Bandung, Indonesia , 2009