Biography: Mitchell de Sousa is an architect based at the University of Buenos Aires with a dual master’s degree in Urban Planning and Mobility from the dual master’s program between the University of Buenos Aires and the Technische Universität Berlin. He is currently a researcher at several departments at the University of Buenos Aires, such as the Centro de Estudios del Area Metropolitana de Buenos Aires and at the Instuto Superior de Urbanismo. At the Instuto Superior de Urbanismo, he has worked on urban landscape research and found new ways to improve urban diagnosis. Additionally, he has been a mentor at the University of Buenos Aires since 2017, teaching urban economics, urban theory, and landscape architecture. He is also a tutor and an assistant coordinator for the Argentinean side of the dual degree program that he graduated from.
Research Topic: Urban strategies and tools based on local municipalities beyond the centralized state in Middle-Sized towns of Argentinean Patagonia: The case of the city of Trelew, Argentina.