Tanya Saroglou (Arch., M.Sc., Ph.D.) is a qualified architect in UK (ARB) and Greece (TEE) with experience in architectural design and project management. Graduated in 2003 her architecture studies with Kingston University in UK and received her ‘Professional Practice and Management in Architecture’ license in 2006 the from the Bartlett UCL (RIBA 3). She completed her M.Sc. in ‘Advanced Sustainable Design’ with the University of Edinburgh in 2013, and in 2021 was awarded her Ph.D. From Ben Gurion University of the Negev BGU, with the thesis titled: Design Strategies Towards more Energy Efficient High-rise Buildings. Dr. Saroglou has won several prestigious fellowships and distinctions for her academic research in the sustainable design of buildings and urban planning. Some of these include the Rieger Foundation Scholarship, Midway Negev and Darom (BGU), and The Jeffrey Cook Prize in Desert Architecture, for outstanding Ph.D. student research (BGU). She currently holds a post doctorate position with The Technion Institute of Technology. Her research so far has yielded a number of scientific papers in distinguished journals.