Didem Turk is a city planner and PhD candidate in the
Architecture History and Project at Politecnico di Torino.
Her background is urban planning and urban design. She
received her bachelor’s degree in Middle East Technical
University (METU) from the City and Regional Planning
Department. She pursued her Master degree in Urban Design
at METU in the context of post-conflict urban areas. In
the meantime, she followed studio related to parametric
design. She is currently conducting a research on
comparative urban morphology at FULL in collaboration of
Transitional Morphologies Research Unit. Her field of
interest is urban morphology, comparative urban morphology
studies, and parametric design.