Stefania Landi holds a master’s degree in Building Engineering and Architecture and a Ph.D. in Architectural Restoration from the University of Pisa, where she is currently research fellow and lecturer. Her research interests concern the theoretical and technical aspects of architectural conservation and reuse, with particular attention to 20th century architecture and the conservation of reinforced concrete. As member of ICOMOS-ISC20C, she has been working in particular on the InnovaConcrete project, desktop reviews for the World Monuments Fund and Heritage Alerts. She has been visiting PhD student at the Getty Conservation Institute under the Conserving Modern Architecture Initiative, and visiting professor at the Silesian University of Technology, Poland. She is the author of several scientific articles and presented her research studies in international seminars and conferences on architectural conservation. She is executive bureau member of ICOMOS Italy, and member of the ICOMOS-Italy Scientific Committee on 20 Century.