Dr. Diego Sepulveda is a designer and a regional planner. He works as teacher and senior researcher at the department of Urbanism at Delft University of technology. Diego is active researcher at the Randstad Centre for spatial planning in The Nederlands and works as guest professor in several institutions, including Buenos Aires University, Vienna University, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. His main topics are analysis of and strategies to integrate marginalized areas into metropolization processes, with an emphasis on design and planning perspectives and tools. His main interest is the relation between societal processes and spatial planning, particularly in emerging and fast development regions. Diego’s works have been part of several studies from academia to multilateral agencies (as the World Bank- Inter-American Development Bank). His publications are diverse, being The New Urban Questions (IFOU 2010) one of the most significant. Currently he coordinates the Complex City Region Lab of the Master of Urbanism at Delft University of Technology.