Fadi Masoud is an assistant professor of landscape architecture and urbanism at the University of Toronto’s John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design. Masoud is also the director of the Platform for Resilient Urbanism at the Centre for Landscape Research. His research, teaching, and design work establish relationships between dynamic large-scale environmental systems, design, and instrumental planning policy tools. Masoud leads research projects on adaptive urban and landscape design, novel resilient urban codes, and the future of suburban open space. Prior to joining the Daniels Faculty, Masoud held teaching and research appointments at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He currently sits on Waterfront Toronto’s Design Review Panel as well as on Resilient Toronto’s Urban Flooding Working Group.