Sareh is currently a post-doctoral researcher with a scholarship provided by WBI (Wallonie-Bruxelles International bourse d'excellence IN.)
She holds a Bachelor degree in Architecture, a Master's in Landscape Architecture, and a PhD in Landscape Design focusing on river restoration in arid and semi-arid areas.
She worked as a an academic fellow and lecturer in Landscape Architecture and Planning for three years at the University of Melbourne, Australia, before moving to Brussels. Her research interest focuses on design and planning innovations in the management of urban water systems, including fluvial and coastal landscapes, and adaptation to climate change.
Sareh's current project focuses on the role of design experimentation in adopting nature-based solutions to address flooding in cities. This project investigates how designers use experimentation for performative testing of solutions and engaging with uncertainties of natural dynamics.