Antonella Radicchi, Ph.D., RA, MArch is Senior Research Associate at the TU Berlin Institute of City and Regional Planning and Principal Investigator of the Hush City project, an a licensed arrchitect. In 2017, she invented Hush City, a citizen science app to identify, map and assess urban quiet areas, currently used worldwide and awarded with two international prizes: the 2016 Falling Walls Young Innovator of the Year (finalist) and the 2019 BLOXHUB PRIX – Category Excellence (honorary mention). Since 2006, she has conducted professional and scientific advisory work for different stakeholders, including the Berlin City Council, the European Commission Research Executive Agency, the Venice Biennial Foundation, the Italian National Institute of Architecture. Dr. Radicchi was a Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholar at the MIT School of Architecture and Planning in Cambridge, Boston; a Post-Doctoral Marie Curie-Ipodi Fellow at the TU Berlin; and HEAD-Genuit Senior Research Fellow at the TU Berlin and at the New York University in New York. She has received numerous international awards for here research and professional work. She holds a Ph.D. in Urban Design and Territorial Planning, with doctoral studies conducted at MIT (Cambridge, USA) and at the University of Firenze (Italy).