Born in 1986, Dr., M.Arch, M.A.; Bachelor and Master Program at the Novosibirsk State Academy of Architecture and Fine Arts, Novosibirsk, Russia (2004–2011); Master program World Heritage Studies at Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus, Germany (2011–2013), 2014–2019 Ph.D. Student at the Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus-Senftenberg in the Faculty of Architecture, Chair of Architectural Conservation.
Research focus: historic country houses in England; reuse of residential buildings in ruins; sustainable development of heritage sites.
Research project: Approaches to Country House Ruins in England
Korensky, Julia (2020): Approaches to country house ruins in England = Strategien zum Umgang mit Landhausruinen in England, Diss. BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg 2020.
Korensky, Julia (2014): The unique features of the Uralmash Sotsgorod and recommendations for its preservation as a heritage site of Soviet epoch. (Fragment of Master Thesis “The unique architectural and urban concepts of Soviet “Socialist Cities” of the 1920s-1940s: the case of the Uralmash Sotsgorod”), in: "Future of the Past: DK UZTM futurology", Yekaterinburg Academy of Modern Art, Yekaterinburg 2014, pp. 26–36.
Korensky, Julia (2011): The City of Gdansk. In: Polish Heritage: A Brief Introduction. Produced by the entering class of the World Heritage Studies (M.A.) Program at Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, 2011, pp. 28-31.
Chikurkova (Korensky), Likhachev (2011): Studio as an essential element of architecture and art institute of higher education. In: Scientific and Research Conference "Architectural and urban problems of Siberian city", Book of Abstracts, 01 February 2011, Novosibirsk, Russia, p. 36. (Source language: Russian)
Chikurkova (Korensky), Likhachev (2009): Creating accessible architectural environment forprofessional education of disabled people. In: Intellectual potential of Siberia: Novosibirsk Interuniversity Student Scientific Conference. Section: Life cycle and human health, Book of Abstracts, 20–21 May 2009, NSMU, Novosibirsk, Russia, p. 84. (Source language: Russian)
Chikurkova (Korensky), Likhachev (2009): The problem of adaptation of architecture and art institute of higher education for people with limited mobility. In: Intellectual potential of Siberia: Novosibirsk Interuniversity Student Scientific Conference, Section: Theory and History of Architecture and Art, Architecture and Design, Urban and regional planning of Novosibirsk, Book of Abstracts, 20–21 May 2009, NSAAFA, Novosibirsk, Russia, p. 48. (Source language: Russian)
“Approaches to Country House Ruins in England”. Architectural History Workshop 2018, Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, London, England, 17th March 2018.
“Approaches to Country House Ruins in England”. Fifteenth Annual Historic Houses Conference 'The Country House Revived?', Dublin, Ireland, 19th–21st June 2017.