She completed her undergraduate studies in 2015 and obtained her Master of Science in Architecture in 2017 from the Department of Architecture, Eastern Mediterranean University(EMU). She completed a Ph.D. in Architecture from EMU in 2022 with a focus on Building Physics, where she explored the integration of technology and human-centric design to create sustainable and comfortable built environments. Her research specializing in IoT, Human-Computer Interaction, and Adaptive Facades has been published in prestigious international refereed journals, and she has authored a book chapter in the same field. With over seven years of experience as a Research and Teaching Assistant at EMU prior to joining ARUCAD, Faculty of Design, she has honed her expertise in architectural design, construction, and technology. She brings a wealth of experience in educational administration; While at EMU, she was an active member of the accreditation committee. Beyond the classroom, she has actively engaged in research and collaborations, demonstrating a passion for pushing the boundaries of architectural design and exploring innovative concepts with a current focus on AI and Architecture in the Metaverse. She has a keen interest in designing with AI and has developed skills in this emerging field.