Benno Albrecht is full professor and director of PhD school at Iuav University of Venice. He is Principal Investigator on urban reconstruction strategies for Building for Peace research developed by the World Bank and has been a consultant for UN.
Francesco Musco is an Architect and urban planner, PhD, full professor at the Iuav University of Venice. Expert in sustainability. Globally acclaimed scholar in climate change adaptation planning and in maritime spatial planning. Co-director of Spatial Resilience Master.
Lorenzo Fabian, architect and urban planner, is an associate professor of urban planning at the Iuav University of Venice. His research interests concern urban and territorial scale design with particular attention to the themes of ecology, landscape and sustainable city development.
Silvio Nocera is full professor of transport at the Iuav University of Venice. His research interests concern transport and land planning. In particular, he deals with economic evaluation and the quality of transport, big data and transport and public transport systems with low demand.
Fabio Peron is associate professor of environmental technical physics at the Iuav University of Venice. His main research interests concern building physics, energy, fluid handling, thermo-hygrometric performance of building components, conservation of architectural and cultural heritage.
Massimo rossetti is associate professor in building technology at the Iuav University of Venice. His main research interests are technological innovation in construction, innovation in building production, the role of technological innovation in the context of sustainable construction.
Anna Saetta is full professor of construction techniques at the Iuav University of Venice. Her research interests are in the seismic risk and vulnerability of existing buildings and cultural heritage, durability and damage models of brittle materials and non-linear analysis and modeling.
Piercarlo Romagnoni is full professor of environmental technical physics at the Iuav University of Venice, is in charge of the technical physics section of the laboratory system and a member of the commission on environmental balance. His research interests concern energy efficiency and the quality of the indoor environment.
Anna Marson is full professor of technique and urban planning at the Iuav University of Venice, she is part of the teaching board of the doctorate in spatial planning and public policies for the territory. Her research interests concern public policies for territorial governance and planning techniques.
Alberto Bassi is full professor of industrial design at the Iuav University of Venice. His main research interests are in the history and criticism of design.
Matelda Reho is full professor of economics and rural appraisal and vicar rector at the Iuav University of Venice. Her main research interests concern rural development policies, the governance and governance of landscape transformations and agricultural spaces.
Marco Mazzarino is associate professor of applied economics at the Iuav University of Venice. He coordinates the International School of Transport, Logistics and Infrastructures and is director of the master in “Global Supply Chain management and logistics”.
Maria Antonia Barucco
MariaAntonia Barucco is a fixed-term researcher in building technology at the Iuav University of Venice. Her research interests concern methods of assessing sustainability in construction and product certifications, innovation processes and the dissemination of innovation in the construction sector.
Denis Maragno, urban planner, geographer, PhD at University Iuav of Venice. Currently he is a fixed-term researcher in Urban Planning and GIScience. His research interests are focused on the spatial planning with climatic attention at Università Iuav di Venezia.
Filippo Magni, PhD and Post-Doc. He is a fixed-term researcher at Università Iuav di Venezia. He is actively involved with public and private entities for targeted policies in climate change, energy and environmental planning, tourism sustainability and landscape management.
Researcher in the field of urban planning, he mainly deals with complex urban issues, related to climate change, disasters and marginality. He is interested in hermeneutic and participatory methods for conflict and risk reduction.
Researcher in the field of urban studies, planning and social sciences. Has been researching, both in Latin American and European contexts, on several topics belonging to the (un)sustainable development realm. Passionate about the understanding, definition, and assessment of the processes contributing to the exposure and vulnerability to disaster risk, and on how these interrelate with spatial planning and urban policies matters.
Carlo Federico dall’Omo
Carlo Federico dall’Omo is a PhD candidate at Università Iuav di Venezia. He is a researcher in the Planning & Climate Change Lab, working on European projects oriented towards territorial cooperation for adaptation to the impacts of climate change.
Jacopo Galli obtained a PhD at Università Iuav di Venezia in 2015. He is currently part of Urbicide Task Force, consultant for the World Bank Building for Peace program on postwar reconstruction in the MENA region.
Massimiliano Granceri Bradaschia
Massimiliano Granceri Bradaschia (PhD) is a scholar and urban and environmental planner, chartered at the Planners Register of Turin. He has 10 years of work and research experience in Urban and Environmental Planning, Climate Change Adaptation, M&E, and GIS.
Giulia Lucertini, territorial planner and architect, PhD at Università degli studi di Padova and at Université Paris Dauphine. Currently she is professor at Università Iuav di Venezia, dealt with circular economy and urban metabolism.
Marco Marino is an architect and PhD candidate at Università Iuav di Venezia. His research concerns urban morphology, with particular attention to the triggers of urban development in ancient cities.
Vittore Negretto is a PhD candidate at Università Iuav di Venezia. His research deals with climate emergency and resilient urban spaces. He is a researcher in the Planning & Climate Change Lab, working on European projects, local planning and educational projects.
Urban planner and Ph.D. in architecture, city and design - curriculum: new technologies and information for the region and environment. From 2019 post-doc research fellow at the Iuav University of Venice, he deals mainly with development of analytical models for the study of the spatial relationships between economic activities and innovative dynamics (physical and virtual processes); use of statistical models to assess the hydraulic invariance within land-use planning practices; analysis of the land-use changes; remote sensing analysis.
Linda Zardo is a researcher at IUAV and works on ecosystem services, spatial planning, climate change and energy. She graduated from the IUAV in Venice as an architect and undertook a PhD in environmental engineering in Trento. She spent a research period at the Alterra research centre (Wageningen, NL). From 2016 to 2020, she worked as environmental expert for the United Nations (UN-Habitat) in South East Africa.
Graduated in Planning and Policies for the City, the Territory, and the Environment at IUAV University of Venice, he currently collaborates for the Venice 2021 Research Program which focuses on the management and regulation of the Venetian lagoon’s ecosystem services.
Gianmarco Di Giustino
Gianmarco Di Giustino, Urban Planner. Graduated at the University of Florence, he specialized at the Iuav in Venice, obtaining the European Master in Catalunya. Since March 2019, he has been collaborating as a researcher and teaching assistant at the Iuav University of Venice.
Andrea Fantin is a PhD candidate at University Iuav di Venezia. His main research interests concern urban metabolism, ecological transition, circular economy and their relationship with space. Since 2018 He has collaborated with TSPA to support the spatial analytic and design branch through the lens of GIS and flow analysis.
Graduated in Architecture (IUAV) with a thesis on the circular economy and urban metabolism. In her current research activity, she follows international projects, in which she deals with territory and landscape, environmental and sustainable management and participation in the logic of territorial planning.
Jr Architect, Planner. Expert in urban resilience, sustainable development, actions and strategies of adaptation to Climate Change which link Land Government with participation towards space and community adaptation.
Alessandra Longo is an urban planner and Ph.D. student at the Iuav University of Venice. In cooperation with the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, is responsible for revising its regional planning tool (PGT). Her research deals with territorial reading and interpretation models, climate change adaptation processes, ecosystem services, and decision support systems.
Giulia Piacenti is a PhD candidate at Università Iuav di Venezia, where she obtained the MHT - Postgraduate Master in Urban Heritage And Global Tourism. Her research deals with urban morphology, with particular reference to neighborhoods.
Chiara Semenzin is a PhD candidate at Università Iuav di Venezia. Her research deals with the study on the strategies of Friuli reconstruction after the earthquake in 1976. She was teacher assistant and responsible for organising at MHT - Postgraduate Master in Iuav.
Sabrina Righi is a PhD candidate at Università Iuav di Veneziawhere she graduated with the thesis Urbicide Mosul: Public hierarchies as a trigger for reconstruction (2019). In 2020 she obtained a Master in Bim and Hbim for the digitization of built heritage at the University of Padua. Her research, in collaboration with the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, focuses on the revision of the regional land management plan.
Elisa Vendemini is a PhD candidate at Università Iuav di Venezia. Her research deals with multicultural cities and social inclusion. She collaborated with Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKHCP), for the rehabilitation of the Historic City of Aleppo in Syria and Lahore Fort in Pakistan.
Federica Appiotti, PhD, Post-Doc researcher, is a research fellow at the Iuav University of Venice. His research topics of reference are those of Planning and Disasters, with particular attention to the concept of resilience of social and territorial systems.
Graduated in Planning (IUAV), she developed expertise in the study of Climate Change impacts, focusing on Climate Proof strategies and urban performance assessment using satellite data in a GIS environment (Remote Sensing).
Laura Ferretto, an urban and environmental planner, graduated in urban planning for the city and the environment, at the IUAV University of Venice. From 2020 she follows a research project entitled “ReCiTé. Analysis of the traceability system and organic flows in the Agrifood sector".
Master in Maritime Spatial Planning, concluded in 2017. Specialized in planning and management of marine and coastal areas for Mediterranean ecosystems conservation. Since 2017 he collaborates as researcher at the University Iuav of Venice.