First name: Yiting
Affiliation: Soochow University (Department of Architecture)
CV: Yiting Pan (°1985) is specialised in architectural and construction history in Modern China (19th and early 20th centuries), focusing on Sino-British relations, 'hybridity', and conservation of historic building construction. She read for a BEng in Conservation of Historic Architecture at Tongji University in Shanghai (2004-2008), followed by a MSc in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano in Italy (2008-2010). Between 2011 and 2015, she carried out her doctoral research at the University of Cambridge, with her PhD thesis on 'Local Tradition and British Influence in Building Construction in Shanghai (1840-1937)' under the supervision of Dr James W.P. Campbell. From 2016 onwards, she works at the Department of Architecture of Soochow University (Suzhou, China) as a lecturer and researcher. She is a member of Construction History Society (CHS), and a member of the Architectural Society of China (ASC).