Since May 2014, she works as a visiting post-doctoral researcher (part time) at ICIS.
Her main lines of research are “sustainability in architecture and urban planning”, “energy efficiency of buildings and neighbourhoods”, “urban form”, “mobility and transportation” and “local planning policies”. Her Ph.D research was dedicated to the development of an assessment method to evaluate the energy consumption of suburban neighbourhoods and to identify prospects for a sustainable suburban renewal in Wallonia.
As a research engineer in architecture and urban planning at LEMA (University of Liege), she took part in several research relating to the management and the assessment of urban environments and published several papers on this topic. She is currently involved in the SOLEN project dealing with the energy assessment of neighbourhoods.
Anne-Françoise Marique holds a Degree in Civil Engineering in Architecture (2002), a Degree in Urban Planning (2009) and a Ph.D Degree in Engineering Sciences (2013) from the University of Liege (Belgium).