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Advanced Training


 

 

AgriCultura

AgriCultura is a project funded by Sicilian Region European Social Fund Operational Programme (ESF OP 2014/2020) through the call “Avviso n. 11/2017 - Rafforzare l’occupabilità nel sistema della R&S e la nascita di Spin off di ricerca in Sicilia”. The project is coordinated by CREA DC (Consiglio per la Ricerca in Agricoltura e l’analisi dell’economica agraria) and the scientific and technological support by IBAM CNR (Research Unit of Bagheria, Palermo).

The foremost purpose of AgriCultura project is to develop a research team able to improve the quality of the integrated territorial offer between the enhancement of cultural heritage, the dynamics of tourism and the promotion of innovative management processes of natural resources.

By following a multidisciplinary approach, the project aimed at designing a district in the agricultural and touristic sectors in an area with a high density of cultural and environmental resources. Such training will enable AgriCultura team to create a spin-off/start-up of innovative businesses in the cultural heritage sector and in the agrifood industry, for the competitive development of local territory. 

Geographical area of application: Sicily

Further information: Daniele Malfitana, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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SPIDEr - Strategies for Planning and Integrated DEvelopment of Urban Cultural Contexts

SPIDEr is a project funded by Sicilian Region European Social Fund Operational Programme (ESF OP 2014/2020) through the call "Avviso n. 11/2017 - Rafforzare l’occupabilità nel sistema della R&S e la nascita di Spin off di ricerca in Sicilia."

The foremost purpose of SPIDEr project is to develop a research team able to design Decision Support Systems for the integrated management of cultural heritage. To this end, the SPIDEr team is committed to devising innovative methods and technologies – such as Building information modeling (BIM) and Geographical Information System (GIS) – and to implement them. The project also aims to strengthen team members' skills in the field of research and both urban planning and renewal. 

By following a multidisciplinary approach, the project trains team members on BIM applied to cultural heritage as well as on technology transfer and business strategy. Such training will enable SPIDEr team to create a Spin-off/start-up offering a service system to cultural heritage management and enhancement market. 

Geographical area of application: Sicily 

Further information: Daniele Malfitana,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Sciences for diplomacy – Project DIPLOMAzia 2

Course 3 – Governance of awareness, management, conservation, promotion of and sustainable access to items of cultural heritage

DIPLOMAzia2 is the second edition of the multi-sector training programme arising from a convention agreed between the National Research Council (CNR) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI), intended to train young graduates and civil servants from North Africa, the Middle East and the Balkans.

The initiative represents a further tool of international politics for strengthening dialogue and cooperation between countries through science and research.

The courses have been focussed on the following macro-areas: environmental change and climatic resilience with particular reference to the Mediterranean area; management and use of food production resources dedicated to sustainable agriculture and arboriculture, and to the mitigation of the physical and biological effects of climate change; and to the governanceof awareness, management, conservation, promotion of and sustainable access to items of cultural heritage.

Geographical area of application: Euro-Mediterranean zone

Further information: Giuseppe Cacciaguerra,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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SCEH - Smart Cultural and Environmental Heritage: local strategies, innovative applications, development of both economic and cultural aspects of Sicilian cultural heritage

Purpose: this falls within the ambit of the project co-financed by the Working Programme “Programma Operativo Obiettivo Convergenza 2017-2013, Fondo Sociale Europeo, Regione Siciliana, Asse IV - Capitale Umano Avviso Pubblico 1/2012 - Rafforzare l'occupabilità nel sistema della R&S e la nascita di Spin Off di Ricerca in Sicilia". The aim of the project, very briefly, is to draw up, on the basis of an in-depth critical analysis of current experience, a series of recommendations of a strategic and practical nature on the innovative management of the archaeological and monumental heritage, and on the related development of a series of actions guided by the principle of sustainable development. It is not a matter of drawing up a model of touristic promotion of the archaeological and monumental heritage, but of identifying best practices and guiding principles which can steer the decisions of those responsible for the management of heritage locations or the provisions for tourism associated with them.

Geographical area of application: Sicily 

Further information: Daniele Malfitana,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


 

Sciences for diplomacy – Project DIPLOMAzia 2 

Course 3 – Governance of awareness, management, conservation, promotion of and sustainable access to items of cultural heritage

DIPLOMAzia2 is the second edition of the multi-sector training programme arising from a convention agreed between the National Research Council (CNR) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI), intended to train young graduates and civil servants from North Africa, the Middle East and the Balkans.

The initiative represents a further tool of international politics for strengthening dialogue and cooperation between countries through science and research.

The courses have been focussed on the following macro-areas: environmental change and climatic resilience with particular reference to the Mediterranean area; management and use of food production resources dedicated to sustainable agriculture and arboriculture, and to the mitigation of the physical and biological effects of climate change; and to the governanceof awareness, management, conservation, promotion of and sustainable access to items of cultural heritage.

Geographical area of application: Euro-Mediterranean zone

Further information: Giuseppe Cacciaguerra,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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