Asst.Prof. Ana Mrđa, Ph.D., Dipl.Eng.Arch. is a doctor of technical sciences in the field of architecture and urbanism. She is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Zagreb at the Department of Urban Planning, Physical Planning and Landscape Architecture and at the Faculty of Agronomy of the University of Zagreb at the Department of Landscape Architecture. She is involved in scientific research in the field of spatial planning, urban planning, landscape architecture, tourism and heritage protection. She is author and co-author of numerous scientific papers and book chapters and has lectured on numerous national and international scientific conferences. She actively participates in domestic and foreign scientific research projects and has participated in an academic exchange in Greece, Spain, Australia and Austria. She collaborated with various architectural offices where she participated in numerous urban and architectural competitions (30 awarded), studies and plans, preliminary and final designs, and supervision of architectural realizations. She has exhibited her works at the Zagreb Architecture Salon and Croatian Architects' Association (CAA) Annual Exhibitions. As a Board member of the Society of Architects of Zagreb (SAZ), she participated in organizing the team of the ARTUR project (Architecture and Tourism), where she was a member of the jury for awarding the annual prize (2016). She was an Acting President of Croatian Architects' Association (CAA) in 2017 and Vice President since 2017, and then the head of the CAA Professional Advisory Board for the Annual Exhibition and Award for Best Achievements in 2016 and 2017. She has also been appointed a member of the award committee for annual award Vladimir Nazor for architecture (2017-2018) and a jury member at 21. Architecture Salon Novi Sad (2018.). In 2017, she became a WU Executive Academy student in Vienna at the MBA Project Management.