ROSA RITA MARIA TAMBORRINO

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Professore Ordinario

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Progetti di ricerca

Finanziati da bandi competitivi

  • SHELTER - Sustainable Historic Environments hoListic reconstruction through Technological Enhancement and community based Resilience, (2019-2023) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Ricerca UE - H2020 - Societal Challenges - Climate action

    Vedi la scheda del progetto su CORDIS

    Abstract

    Over the last decades, as a consequence of the effects of climate change, cultural heritage has been impacted by an increasing number of climate related hazards, posing new challenges to conservators and heritage managers. SHELTER aims at developing a data driven and community based knowledge framework that will bring together the scientific community and heritage managers with the objective of increasing resilience, reducing vulnerability and promoting better and safer reconstruction in historic areas. The first step to enhance resilience is associated to the improvement in understanding the direct and indirect impacts of climatic and environmental changes and natural hazards on historic sites and buildings, by linking concepts commonly used in disaster risk management and climate change adaptation with cultural heritage management, in order to provide inclusive and informed decision-making. Comprehensive disaster risk management plans need to be drawn up, based on the specific characteristics of cultural heritage and the nature of the hazards within a regional context, taking into account the diverse heritage typologies as well as the specific socioeconomic conditions, since this directly affect the vulnerability of such systems. By a deep understanding of the hazard, the exposure and the vulnerability of the historic area, the local dynamics and the provision of innovative governance and community based models, it is possible to provide useful methodologies, tools and strategies to enhance resilience and secure sustainable reconstruction. Due to the information complexity and the diverse data sources, SHELTER framework will be implemented in multiscale and multisource data driven platform, able to provide the necessary information for planning and adaptive governance. All the developments of the project will be validated in 5 open-labs, representative of main climatic and environmental challenges in Europe and different heritages typologies.

    Paesi coinvolti

    • Belgio
    • Repubblica Ceca
    • Italia
    • Paesi Bassi
    • Francia
    • Regno Unito
    • Austria
    • Spagna
    • Croazia
    • Turchia

    Enti/Aziende coinvolti

    • UNIVERSITE DE LIEGE
    • Masarykova univerzita
    • R.E.D. SRL
    • UNISMART - FONDAZIONE UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI PADOVA
    • STICHTING IHE DELFT INSTITUTE FOR WATER EDUCATION
    • UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION -UNESCO
    • GEMEENTE DORDRECHT
    • ECOWISE EKODENGE LIMITED
    • ALPHA CONSULTANTS S.R.L.
    • TOWER SPA
    • ZENTRUM FUR RISIKO- UND KRISENMANAGEMENT - ZRK
    • ESTUDIOS GIS S.L.
    • INTERNATIONAL SAVA RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
    • EURONET CONSULTING
    • SISTEMA GMBH
    • CONSELLERIA DE MEDIO AMBIENTE, TERRITORIO E VIVENDA - XUNTA DE GALICIA
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO
    • EKODENGE MUHENDISLIK MIMARLIK DANISMANLIK TICARET ANONIM SIRKETI
    • ALMA MATER STUDIORUM - UNIVERSITA DI BOLOGNA
    • Seferihisar Municipality
    • FONDAZIONE LINKS - LEADING INNOVATION & KNOWLEDGE FOR SOCIETY
    • UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO/ EUSKAL HERRIKO UNIBERTSITATEA
    • NOBATEK INEF 4

    Strutture interne coinvolte

  • Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies, (2018-2022) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Ricerca UE - H2020 - Societal Challenges - Climate action

    Vedi la scheda del progetto su CORDIS

    Abstract

    European rural areas embody outstanding examples of Cultural and Natural Heritage (CNH) that need not only to be safeguarded, but also promoted as a driver for competitiveness, sustainable and inclusive growth and development. RURITAGE establishes a new heritage-led rural regeneration paradigm able to turn rural areas in sustainable development demonstration laboratories, through the enhancement of their unique CNH potential. RURITAGE has identified 6 Systemic Innovation Areas (pilgrimages; sustainable local food production; migration; art and festivals; resilience; and integrated landscape management) which, integrated with cross-cutting themes, showcase heritage potential as a powerful engine for economic, social and environmental development of rural areas. The knowledge built in 14 Role Models (RMs) and digested within the project, will be transferred to 6 Replicators (Rs) across Europe. Through a multilevel and multidirectional process of knowledge transfer, RMs will mentor and support the Replicators in the development and implementation of their strategies and, at the same time, will further increase their knowledge and capacities. A robust monitoring system will assist this process.Local Rural Heritage Hubs, gathering stakeholders and civil society, will be settled in Rs to work as living labs where heritage-led rural regeneration strategies will be co-created and implemented, while in RMs they will reinforce the ownership of CNH. Both RMs and Rs will also benefit of the RURITAGE Resources Ecosystem, a set of tools including, among others, a rural landscape mapping tool (RURITAGE Atlas) and a Replication Toolbox within an online and interoperable platform. These tools will foster knowledge building, providing evidence and supporting replication and up-scaling activities of the implemented heritage-led regeneration strategies and plans, contributing to mainstream heritage in Regional, National, European and global policies.

    Paesi coinvolti

    • Regno Unito
    • Francia
    • Slovenia
    • Ungheria
    • Italia
    • Paesi Bassi
    • Spagna
    • Turchia
    • Islanda
    • Norvegia
    • Grecia
    • Colombia
    • Romania
    • Finlandia
    • Austria
    • Eire
    • Germania
    • Polonia

    Enti/Aziende coinvolti

    • TAKE ART LIMITED
    • AGENCE DE COOPERATION INTERREGIONALE - RESEAU CHEMINS DE SAINT-JACQUES DE COMPOSTELLE
    • KULTURNO IZOBRAZEVALNO DRUSTVO KIBLA
    • VISEGRAD VAROS ONKORMANYZATA
    • AGENZIA PER LA PROMOZIONE DELLA RICERCA EUROPEA
    • EMI EPITESUGYI MINOSEGELLENORZO INNOVACIOS NONPROFIT KFT
    • ALMENDE BV
    • UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION -UNESCO
    • FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION
    • IZMIR BUYUKSEHIR BELEDIYESI
    • KATLA GEOPARK
    • BORGHI ITALIA TOUR NETWORK SRL
    • MAGMA GEOPARK AS
    • IZMIR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
    • FUNDACION SANTA MARIA LA REAL DEL PATRIMONIO HISTORICO
    • PANEPISTIMIO KRITIS
    • UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH
    • FEDERACION COLOMBIANA DE MUNICIPIOS
    • ASOCIATIA INSTITUTIO PRO EDUCATIONEM TRANSILVANIENSIS
    • NORGES MILJO-OG BIOVITENSKAPLIGE UNIVERSITET
    • SAVONIA-AMMATTIKORKEAKOULU OY
    • ARBEITSGEMEINSCHAFT GEOPARK KARAWANKEN-KARAVANKE
    • CONSULTA EUROPA PROJECTS AND INNOVATION SL
    • ZAVOD ZA KULTURO, TURIZEM IN PROMOCIJO GORNJA RADGONA
    • CLUSTER DE HABITAT EFICIENTE
    • POLITECNICO DI TORINO
    • DE SURDURULEBILIR ENERJI VE INSAAT SANAYI TICARET LIMITED SIRKETI
    • INNOVATION AND MANAGEMENT CENTRE LIMITED
    • DISTRETTO AGROALIMENTARE REGIONALE SCRL
    • PIAM ONLUS ASTI
    • JUDETUL HARGHITA
    • FUNDACION CARTIF
    • ICLEI EUROPEAN SECRETARIAT GMBH (ICLEI EUROPASEKRETARIAT GMBH)
    • CA PROVENCE-ALPES-AGGLOMERATION
    • STOWARZYSZENIE CENTRUM ROZWIAZAN SYSTEMOWYCH
    • COMUNE DI APPIGNANO DEL TRONTO
    • MOUSEIO FISIKIS ISTORIAS APOLITHOMENOU DASOUS LESVOU
    • GEO NATURPARK BERGSTRASSE-ODENWALD EV

    Strutture interne coinvolte

  • TORINO: MEMORIA DEL PROGETTO E MEMORIA COLLETTIVA NELL'IDENTITÀ URBANA, (2010-2012) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Ricerca Nazionale - PRIN

    Paesi coinvolti

    • ITALIA

    Strutture interne coinvolte

    • Dipartimento Casa Città
  • Il palazzo come sistema complesso: residenza, bottega e mercato nelle vie dell'Italia nord-occidentale in età moderna, (2006-2008) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Ricerca Nazionale - PRIN

    Abstract

    The palace as a complex system: living quarter, shop and market in North Western Italy in Early Modern Age

    Paesi coinvolti

    • ITALIA

    Strutture interne coinvolte

    • Dipartimento Casa Città

Finanziati da contratti commerciali

  • Accordo di collaborazione tecnico-scientifica tra Politecnico di Torino DIST e Fondazione Museo delle Antichità Egizie di Torino, (data sconosciuta-data sconosciuta) - Responsabile contrattuale

    Convenzioni Dipartimentali

    Paesi coinvolti

    • ITALIA

    Enti/Aziende coinvolti

    • FONDAZIONE MUSEO DELLE ANTICHITA' EGIZIE DI TORINO
  • Convenzione dipartimentale di collaborazione tra il Politecnico di Torino - dipartimento di Architettura e Design e il Comune di Craco per iniziative riguardanti attività di ricerca scientifica , didattica e formazione nell'ambito di aree disciplinari connesse ai settori della storia dell'architettura, del restauro e del rilievo metrico dei beni culturali., (2017-2020) - Responsabile Scientifico

    Convenzioni Dipartimentali

    Paesi coinvolti

    • ITALIA

    Enti/Aziende coinvolti

    • Comune di craco