The project is meant to generate the capability to appreciate the traditional tangible heritage as expression of historic intangible knowledges and processs, as well as starting point of a local uniquen and peculiarity, potentially at the basis of economic and social regeneration. TIn this repect the project will focus on the concepts of Authenticity and Integrity in built heritage preservation. It will show compatible and non-compatible solutions for heritage preservation and enhancement, along with theoretical concepts of the importance of local uniqueness vs globalization trends (in built heritage context). Practical excercises, theoretical (brief and simple) deepenings, on-site demonstration should be envisaged in the project.
Author: Marco Acri, Univerza v Novi Gorici, Italy has been assisting the implementation of the International Programme Conservation of the Architectural and Environmental Heritage at University of Nova Gorica.
Lead Mentor: Edmundo Tovar, received the computer engineering degree and Ph.D. degree in informatics from the Madrid Technical University (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, UPM), Madrid, Spain, in 1986 and 1994, respectively. He is currently with the UPM as a Professor of information technology in enterprise. He has served as an elected member of the Board of Directors of the OpenCourseWare Consortium (2009–2013), Executive Director of the OCW Office of the UPM (2008–2012), and Executive Director of the Open Education Office at UPM (2013-2016). Prof. Tovar is a Certified Software Development Professional (CSDP) (2005 -), Professional Software Engineering Master Certification (2015- ) of the IEEE Computer Society. Member of the IEEE Education Society Board of Governors (2005–2012) he is currently Vice President of Educational Activities and Awards (2013–2018). He leads an Innovation Group in technologies applied to Open Education and he is Editor of the Information Technology / Information Systems Editorial Board of MERLOT . He is author of around 300 papers in Engineering Education.
Co-Mentor: Yashwaree Baguant Moonshiram is Senior Lecturer, Civil Engineering Department, University of Mauritius since August 2000. Research areas he is interested in include Sustainable development, Sustainable Planning, Town and Country Planning, Urban Planning, Environmental Management, Environmental Planning, Sustainable Cities, Smart Cities.