Tal Modai

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Thesis topic: Residential Mobility – Analysis of Intra-Metropolitan Flows and Sorting Dynamics.

Tal is a graduate of the Technion in the field of Architecture and Urban Planning. After working as an architect in Tel Aviv for a number of years, she returned to academia and completed her M.Sc. in Urban Planning at the Technion, as an Azrieli Fellow.

Currently studying in a direct-track PhD program at the faculty of Architecture and Town Planning in the Technion, her research focuses on the analysis of residential mobility patterns in the Tel-Aviv metropolitan area as a key to the investigation of segregation dynamics.
Tal will complete her PhD in 2014 and plans to start a post-doc in urban planning following her graduation.
A personal perspective:
In Tal's words: "Being an Azrieli Fellow has been a real privilege for me. Apart from generous financial support, the program created a community of academics were we could share our impressions, motivations and difficulties. The Fellows Forums were enjoyable, enriching and inspiring at once. I would like to express my deepest gratitude for being given this opportunity".