S.I.A. srl Italy

Davide Vietri
Area of Interest

Software Company Novotika Bulgaria

Mr Nikolay Palov
MD  
Area of Interest

SOST/CDTI Belgium

Miss Virginia Esteban
Assitant Manager 
Area of Interest

Tecnopolis Italy

Miss Francesca Giorgio
project assistant 
Area of Interest

TENDER Italy

TENDER is an organization born in 1988 by persons interested in Innovation, Economics, Social, Industrial and Environmental topics. It has reached a wide experience in the study of the EU, Italian and regional societies and economies. Particular attention was devoted to the Technological Innovation, Human Factor, Economic and Social Development. The main activities of the company are Studies, Researches, Vocational Educational Training (VET) courses, consultancy to public and private bodies. 

Many EU R&D projects have been designed and carried out since 1993 with TIDE (Technological Innovation for Disabled and Elderly) Programme (USER project) till Public Health Programme, FP6 (see CAALYX project), under FP7 (CONFIDENCE project), within CIP-ICT-PSP (CAALYX-MV and FATE projects), within AAL 2010 (NACODEAL and ELDERHOP projects) and an EU Thematic Network (E-NO-FALLS project).   

Dr Claudio Sdogati
Dr Claudio Sdogati
Dr 
Area of Interest

The Institute for Archaeological and Monumental Heritage IBAM- CNR. Italy

The National Research Council (CNR) is the greatest research public body of Italy; its duty is to carry out, promote, spread, transfer and improve research activities in the main sectors of knowledge growth and of its applications for the scientific, technological, economic and social development of the Country.

CNR is distributed all over Italy through a network of institutes aiming at promoting a wide diffusion of its competences throughout the national territory and at facilitating contacts and cooperation with local firms and organizations. CNR has more than 8200 employees of whom more than 4 thousand researchers active in almost 100 Institutes, working in the main fields of scientific and humanistic research. In addition to these ones there are more than 3000 junior scientists completing their training at CNR. This patrimony of human resources, ideas and knowledge makes CNR, in terms of publications, one of the major contributors to Italian scientific production, with a respected position in the international context.

The Institute for Archaeological and Monumental Heritage IBAM- CNR is a multidisciplinary research institute with highly expertise in the specialized skills in the fields of knowledge, documentation, diagnosis, preservation, value enhancement, management, enjoyment and communication of the archaeological and monumental heritage. These skills are expressed through the Institute's multidisciplinary team that includes archaeologists, historians, architects, geologists, engineers, chemists, physicists and ICT specialists. IBAM expresses its expertise through the development, testing and application of methodological investigations with activities related to the territory landscape in Italy (center, south and Sicily) and in Turkey, Crete, Spain, Iraq, Peru, etc. and Albania and elsewhere.

Within the macro areas major themes "Settlements and territory", "The artifact as source for material culture" and, finally, "Diagnostic for the knowledge, preservation and enjoyment of cultural heritage", the Institute has set up research contracts projects on which was conveyed draw together the activities of its researchers.

The research is focused on: Prehistoric, Classical, Medieval and Industrial Archaeology; Landscape Archaeology, Ancient Topography; Geophysics; Geology; Virtual Archaeology and Restoration; Satellite and Aerial Remote Sensing; Archaeometry; Chemistry; Information Technologies and GIS.

 

The research activities are focused on:

·         Methodologies for the analysis of settlements, landscape and environment and transformations of landscapes in ancient and Medieval times;

·         Multidisciplinary studies in archeology, in a Mediterranean perspective, with particular reference to southern Italy and Sicily;

·         Methodologies aimed at understanding, diagnosis and intervention for the preservation, restoration and communication of archaeological heritage (sites and monuments) 

·         Innovative methodologies for the knowledge of ancient landscape. 

Dr Giovanni  Leucci
Dr Giovanni Leucci
Researcher - geophysicist 

the Italian National Research Council – The Institute for Archaeological and Monumental Heritage Italy

The National Research Council (CNR) is the greatest research public body of Italy; its duty is to carry out, promote, spread, transfer and improve research activities in the main sectors of knowledge growth and of its applications for the scientific, technological, economic and social development of the Country.

CNR is distributed all over Italy through a network of institutes aiming at promoting a wide diffusion of its competences throughout the national territory and at facilitating contacts and cooperation with local firms and organizations. CNR has more than 8200 employees of whom more than 4 thousand researchers active in almost 100 Institutes, working in the main fields of scientific and humanistic research. In addition to these ones there are more than 3000 junior scientists completing their training at CNR. This patrimony of human resources, ideas and knowledge makes CNR, in terms of publications, one of the major contributors to Italian scientific production, with a respected position in the international context.

The Institute for Archaeological and Monumental Heritage IBAM- CNR is a multidisciplinary research institute with highly expertise in the specialized skills in the fields of knowledge, documentation, diagnosis, preservation, value enhancement, management, enjoyment and communication of the archaeological and monumental heritage. These skills are expressed through the Institute's multidisciplinary team that includes archaeologists, historians, architects, geologists, engineers, chemists, physicists and ICT specialists. IBAM expresses its expertise through the development, testing and application of methodological investigations with activities related to the territory landscape in Italy (center, south and Sicily) and in Turkey, Crete, Spain, Iraq, Peru, etc. and Albania and elsewhere.

Within the macro areas major themes "Settlements and territory", "The artifact as source for material culture" and, finally, "Diagnostic for the knowledge, preservation and enjoyment of cultural heritage", the Institute has set up research contracts projects on which was conveyed draw together the activities of its researchers.

The research is focused on: Prehistoric, Classical, Medieval and Industrial Archaeology; Landscape Archaeology, Ancient Topography; Geophysics; Geology; Virtual Archaeology and Restoration; Satellite and Aerial Remote Sensing; Archaeometry; Chemistry; Information Technologies and GIS.

 

The research activities are focused on:

·         Methodologies for the analysis of settlements, landscape and environment and transformations of landscapes in ancient and Medieval times;

·         Multidisciplinary studies in archeology, in a Mediterranean perspective, with particular reference to southern Italy and Sicily;

·         Methodologies aimed at understanding, diagnosis and intervention for the preservation, restoration and communication of archaeological heritage (sites and monuments);

·         Innovative methodologies for the knowledge of ancient landscape. 

Miss Licia Cutroni
Miss Licia Cutroni
LinkedIn logo European Project Officer 
Area of Interest

The Social Capital Foundation Belgium

Dr Patrick Hunout
Dr Patrick Hunout
LinkedIn logo President 

TUBITAK Turkey

Mr Alper Kanak
Mr Alper Kanak
LinkedIn logo EU Projects Programme Manager 

TUBITAK Turkey

Miss Pinar CETIN
Project Management Unit 
Area of Interest
Mrs Ebru BASAK AKOZ
Area of Interest
Mrs Burcu Bahar GOGUS DOGAN
NCP Security 
Ms Seda Goksu
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