Anna Ulak is a Ph.D. research fellow at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design- Department of Architecture. Her current research is looking at how systems theory proposed a new way of visualizing information and its ramifications on politics, ideas of environment and urban/architectural design.

Some of her research dissemination includes: a research article published in Architectural Histories, conference presentations such as The Oslo Architecture Triennale and Association of Architectural Educators-- in addition to being displayed at The National Museum of Architecture Oslo.

Ulak is a registered  architect with the Architektenkammer Berlin. She has exhibited her architectural design work in Weimar, Toronto, Warsaw, Berlin, and in Aarhus Denmark. Her work has been published in archdaily, archinect, DOMUS, Media + Architecture Institute Vienna and has contributed to UrbanNext, Conditions Magazine and DOMUS

Professionally Ulak worked at several internationally recognized firms such as: Michael Maltzan Architects and GMP Architekten on various projects in Europe, The Mid East, and North America.

She holds an M.Arch from the University of Toronto-Faculty of Architecture Landscape and Design.

Anna Ulak, M. Arch / Architektenkammer Berlin 15531