Serena Baiani, Ph.D., is an architect specializing in environmental industrial design and Associate Professor of Technology of Architecture and Environmental Design, Department of Planning, Design and Technology of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. She is a board member of the Italian Society of Architectural Technology (SITdA) and a member of the faculty board and teaching staff for the Ph.D. in Environmental Design and Planning; for the Specialisation School in Natural and Territorial Heritage_Architecture of parks, gardens, and natural environmental systems. Since 1996, Dr. Baiani has been carrying out research, teaching, and experimentation activities in technological innovation, active conservation, and adaptive reuse (for enhancement of archaeological contexts, resilience of high-sensitivity areas, ecological and energy efficiency of historic buildings) based on a life cycle approach. She is an external expert for the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) and an expert and peer reviewer for MIUR Italian Scientific Evaluation Register (Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research). She is also a member of the Historic Building Committee for Green Building Council, the Sapienza Design Research Interdepartmental Centre, and the Sapienza SAPeri&CO (research and service infrastructure of Sapienza) Committee. She has 130 scientific papers and 12 books to her credit.