Keti Hoxha

Keti Hoxha

Lecturer/Researcher

KETI HOXHA

Departament:
Architecture and Civil Engineering
Contact:
keti_hoxha@universitetipolis.edu.al

ACADEMIC PROFILE

Dr. Keti Hoxha is a researcher and lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering, POLIS University, in the discipline of Architecture.
He finished his studies in 2013 in Architecture and Urban Design, with the topic “Psychiatric Hospital for the city of Tirana”, bringing to attention the importance of architecture in human psychology. During his professional career, he has been part of some of the design studios in Tirana, where he has been part of projects of various typologies, mainly public buildings, where the field of interest for scientific research remains. She completed her doctoral studies in the field of Architecture in 2021, focusing her research on the topic of accessibility for differently abled people.

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

2020 – “Designing Inclusive User Experience for Impaired People. An RtD Driven Proposal for Albanina Urban Spaces”. In: Kurosu M. (eds) Human – Computer Interaction. Design Practice in Contemporary Societies. HCII. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-22636-7_4

2020 -“Tirana Plug-in River: Catalyst Playful Experiences to Revitalize Albanian Informal Settlements”-HCI International 2020 – Late Breaking Papers: Cognition, Learning and Games, 22nd HCI International Conference, HCII 2020, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 19–24, 2020, Proceedings. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-60128-7_33

2019 – “Functional Shift in Public Buildings” – The Case of the Sport and Recreation Centre „Boro and Ramiz‟, Prishtina New European Capital. Images of a city to be discovered. A project of the Joint International PhD Program IDAUP. POLIS University Albania / University of Ferrara Italy ISBN 978-9928-4563-0-4

2019 – “BUILT ENVIRONMENT VS.MIND: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ARCHITECTURE”, SUSTAINABILITY, FORMAL AND INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS, MEMORY OF PLACE, Cities in transition, IFAU Tirana 2017, ISBN 978-88-6542-695-1