Dr. Sabina Mujkić is an urban and spatial planner, who has been a researcher at the Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for quite some time. She finished her formal education at the University of Ljubljana where she also had obtained a doctorate in architecture, in the field of architecture at the Faculty of Architecture. Moreover, she had also completed a Master's degree in Interdisciplinary post-graduate studies in spatial and urban planning - urban direction and an University degree in the spatial informatics department at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodesy. She has improved her interdisciplinary knowledge, which she had gained through years, while working on various research in interdisciplinary teams in international and domestic projects. In the framework of doctoral studies, she had spent one year at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Sarajevo. Furthermore, she also works on projects related to strategic and applied urban planning, the renovation of cities and degraded areas, the accessibility of the built environment, the planning of housing needs, projects related to energy renovation, preservation and integration of cultural heritage in the development of the city, GIS analyzes and cartography and many others. Due to her cultural background, complex interdisciplinary education and, at the same time, in-depth knowledge of the influence of the East and West on the urban structure and image of the city, she, as a researcher and a more important, human being, connects the East and the West through urbanism, architecture and culture. She is having a wide range of interests, starting from poetry, photography and art, in addition to Islamic architecture and art, which she is very fond of. Sabina is an extremely positive and communicative person, who travels a lot, works in the humanitarian field and on occasion, runs international half-marathons.