Academy of Sciences
Éva Lovra was born in 1984, and graduated from the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Civil Engineering at Subotica. She is a town planner and civil engineer with two master degrees. In June 2017 she successfully defended her PhD in architecture at the Marcel Breuer Doctoral School at the University of Pécs. In 2014/2015 she was a researcher at the Hungarian Academy of Arts, where she was dealing with two research topics. She participated in numerous foreign research journeys; she was a visiting research fellow at the Czech University of Technology in Prague in 2015, a visiting researcher at the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava in 2016/2017, and during the same period she undertook research throughout the whole territory of Slovakia. In 2016 she was a guest researcher at the University of Zagreb within the framework of the HERU Project. From 2014 she has been a guest lecturer at Roma Tre and Sapienza University in Rome. A number of her scientific publications and creative writings have been published in Hungary and abroad. In 2014 her independent scientific monograph on the subject of
Subotica’s urbanism and architecture after the Second World War (1948-1975) was published. In 2015/2016, she received a grant from the National Cultural Fund, as a coauthor in the preparation of a scientific-educational manuscript. In 2016, she won the National Talent Program award. She is a member of national and foreign scientific and professional organisations, and an appointed member of the Cultural-Art Consultative Committee of the Hungarian National Council in Serbia.
Her field of research is the urban tissue typology and urban typology between 1867 an 1918, urban morphology, urban theory and urban history of the same period; urban and architecture theory after the Second World War in the territory of Serbia.
She currently works as a researcher at the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava.