Dr Anastasia Karandinou


NameDr Anastasia Karandinou
Job titleAssociate Professor
Email addressa.karandinou@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteArchitecture, Computing & Engineering

Research outputs

“Queering” Soho: Contesting the borders of normative space in the neoliberal city

McVeigh, J. and Karandinou, A. 2024. “Queering” Soho: Contesting the borders of normative space in the neoliberal city. Field. In Press.

Proceedings of the International Conference: Repurposing Places for Social and Environmental Resilience

Karandinou, A. (ed.) 2023. Proceedings of the International Conference: Repurposing Places for Social and Environmental Resilience. CounterArchitecture, in collaboration with UEL and Arup.

An Archaeological Model for St. Mary’s Field Museum: Collaboration between UEL Unit A and L - P: Archaeology working for Fusion-JV on behalf of HS2

Jungfer, C. and Palmieri, F. 2022. An Archaeological Model for St. Mary’s Field Museum: Collaboration between UEL Unit A and L - P: Archaeology working for Fusion-JV on behalf of HS2. in: Karandinou, A. and Da Palma Romao, C. (ed.) AVA Architecture & Physcial Design Yearbook 2022 University of East London, School of Architecture Computing and Engineering. pp. 38-39

‘The Storm’ Community Oriented Real-Life Design Project; Revisiting the Curriculum

Karandinou, A. 2022. ‘The Storm’ Community Oriented Real-Life Design Project; Revisiting the Curriculum. AMPS: A Focus on Pedagogy: Teaching, Learning and Research in the Modern Academy. Online 20 - 22 Apr 2022

Data and the experience of place; the use of data in contemporary spatial and cultural studies

Karandinou, A. 2018. Data and the experience of place; the use of data in contemporary spatial and cultural studies. in: Karandinou, A. (ed.) Data, Architecture and the Experience of Place Routledge.

Data, Architecture and the Experience of Place

Karandinou, A. (ed.) 2018. Data, Architecture and the Experience of Place. Routledge.

Architecture and Neuroscience; what can the EEG recording of brain activity reveal about a walk through everyday spaces?

Karandinou, A. and Turner, Louise 2018. Architecture and Neuroscience; what can the EEG recording of brain activity reveal about a walk through everyday spaces? International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems. 32 (Sup 1), pp. S54-S65. https://doi.org/10.1080/17445760.2017.1390089

Architecture and Neuroscience; what can the EEG recording of brain activity reveal about a walk through everyday spaces?

Karandinou, A. and Turner, Louise 2016. Architecture and Neuroscience; what can the EEG recording of brain activity reveal about a walk through everyday spaces? International Conference on Parallelism in Architecture, Environment and Computing Techniques (PACT). University of East London, London, UK 12 - 13 Sep 2016 pp. In Press

Mind-Mapping a Way-Finding Process; the use of portable EEG brain mapping in the analysis of the experience of everyday spaces.

Karandinou, A. and Turner, Louise 2017. Mind-Mapping a Way-Finding Process; the use of portable EEG brain mapping in the analysis of the experience of everyday spaces. in: Estévez, Alberto T. (ed.) 3rd International Conference of Biodigital Architecture and Genetics ESARQ, la School of Architecture de la UIC Barcelona (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya).

Parametricism vs. Materialism: Evolution of Digital Technologies for Development (ASCAAD). Proceedings of the 8th ASCAAD Conference 2016

Al-Attlili, Aghlab, Karandinou, A. and Daley, Ben (ed.) 2016. Parametricism vs. Materialism: Evolution of Digital Technologies for Development (ASCAAD). Proceedings of the 8th ASCAAD Conference 2016. Imperial House Publishers.

The Biennale 2008 Did Not Take Place

Karandinou, A. 2014. The Biennale 2008 Did Not Take Place. Aρχιτεκτονες (Architektones). 12/13.

No Matter: Theories and Practices of the Ephemeral in Architecture

Karandinou, A. 2013. No Matter: Theories and Practices of the Ephemeral in Architecture. Routledge.
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