Aristi (Titie) Papadopoulou was born in 1951 in Kavala. She received her diploma as an architect in 1975 from the Faculty of Engineering of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She continued her post-graduate studies in Paris (Université de Paris I) in Philosophy of Art (DEA, 1980). Her thesis topic concerns the evaluation of “the Modern movement architects’ discourse”.
She is a professor at the School of Architecture-Faculty of Engineering of AUTH where she has been teaching since 1975, recently in the field of “Architecture of Public Spaces”. She has also been a Director of the Department of Architectural and Urban Design. Throughout her academic career at AUTH, she has been involved with various issues related to her scientific field. In addition, she has organized many Greek and international Student Workshops with or without the collaboration of other public organizations.
In parallel she has participated or has been the scientific coordinator in research Programs funded with relation to her subject. Her applied work concerns the fields of architectural and urban design, and is limited to Architectural competitions with distinctions, regarding public projects that are related to her subject.
Aristi Papadopoulou has published articles in scientific journals, and also in proceedings of Greek and international conferences. She has written or edited books related to architecture and urban space, which mainly present the results of research and educational programs, some of which are distributed to the students as educational material (books).
Furthermore, she has participated in organizing Greek and International Architectural and Urban Design Exhibitions and has also managed several Art exhibitions, many of which are part of the School of Architecture’s special events. Finally, she has participated in public body scientific committees, in architectural journal editorial boards, in architectural competition critic juries and in international architectural networks.
Architectural and Urban Design