Kalliopi Fouseki is Professor of Sustainable Heritage Management at Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources. She is a member of the Complex Built Environment Systems Research Group (CBES) at UCL Bartlett School of Graduate Studies (BSGS). She has been a Co-Investigator for the ‘Collections Demography’ project, a project funded by the UK AHRC/EPSRC Science & Heritage Programme and a Co-Investigator for the ‘Mind the Gap’ research project funded by AHRC. In addition, she has been co-leading with the UCL Centre for Applied Archaeology, a European Research Network on Heritage Values funded by the Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change (http://www.jpi-culturalheritage.eu/). She is also leading a research project on ‘Economic Crisis, Heritage and Identity’ funded by the UCL European Institute and a public engagement project awarded a Beacon bursary from the UCL Public Engagement Unit.
Her primary research foci lie in the following domains: i) heritage values ii) participatory heritage iii) heritage, conflict and cultural diplomacy iv) heritage, ‘urban or rural regeneration’ and sustainable development and v) energy efficiency in historic neighbourhoods.