杜骞
邮箱:qian.du@sjtu.edu.cn

Her research begins through the master course in Architectural Restoration and Rehabilitation at Polytechnic of Turin, where she completed also the PhD course of Cultural Heritage. The PhD thesis is about conservation and renovation of traditional mountain village. From 2012 to 2013, she worked at Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage (Beijing). From 2014 to 2016, she worked with Italian architect Andrea Bruno (Torino). From the end of 2016, she works at International Research Centre for Architectural Heritage Conservation - Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Her research focuses on conservation theory, techniques of restoration and the application of GIS in built heritage conservation.


01.2018

Xinjiang: The tensions between heritage, landscape

conservation, and social impacts in a harsh climate

DU Qian, YU Bing, FAN Xu and Luca ZAN

Heritage Site in Contemporary China: Cultural Policies and Management Practices

01.2018

Reflection on the Restoration Project of Bagrati Cathedral in

Georgia

DU Qian, CAO Yongkang

Research on Heritage and Preservation

Jan. 2018

02.2017

Research on Guizhou Tangdu Village Conservation and Renovation

Studies of Heritage Protection: Focus on 2015

Editors: Liu Shuguang, Chai Xiaoming

Member of Compile Group                         

Beijing, Cultural Relics Press, Page 207-247

09.2016

Research on Morphological Characteristics and Evolution Mecchanism of the Landscape of Tangdu Village in Southeast Guizhou

DU Qian

Research on Heritage and Preservation

Sep. 2016

07.2016

A Sociological Understanding of Traditional Village: The Case of Tangdu Village in Guizhou

YAN Haiming,DU Qian

Research on Heritage and Preservation

Jul. 2016

06.2016

Transformation of Chinese Traditional Mountain Village in Contemporary Era: the study case of Tangdu Village in Guizhou Province

DU Qian

EAAE ARCC 2016 Conference

06.2015

Introduction of Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities Three-years Program

Studies of Heritage Protection: Focus on 2012

Editors: Liu Shuguang, Chai Xiaoming

Member of Compile Group                                   

Beijing, Cultural Relics Press, Page 275-278

02.2012

Industrial archaeology and restoration project: the case of the salt pans at Prestwick (Scotland, GB) 

DU Qian

Meritorious thesis system of the Politecnico di Torino

http://www.architesi.polito.it/dettaglio_tesi.asp?id_tesi=4280