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 20 November 2017
RESCULT Project Partners’ meeting and User Forum


At the end of November 2017, two important events related to RESCULT Project will take ...

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 3 November 2017
SITI at “Cultural Heritage in the Digital Era” in Brussels


Last 25th October Massimo Migliorini was invited to attend an invitation-only event organized by European Commission ...

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 2 October 2017
Final Conference of PRODIGE Project


On October 10th SiTI will host the Final Conference of PRODIGE (Protecting the Citizens, Defending ...

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Politecnico di Torino Compagnia di San Paolo

Environmental Heritage and Urban Redevelopment

The research activities regard conservation, defence of the natural and cultural components of the environmental systems and urban redevelopment.
The study activities carried out for the proposals of candidacy of UNESCO sites, the preparation of management plans and the collaboration with the Ministry of cultural heritage and activities for monitoring all the Italian UNESCO sites have assigned to SiTI an important role in this field. At international level, the Institute cooperates in the organisation of the Master World Heritage at Work, for the higher training of UNESCO site managers.
SiTI identifies new territorial development scenarios, through feasibility studies and the integration of specialised skills; it develops methodologies and innovative solutions for managing tourist flows.



ECRR | European Cultural Route of Reformation

ECRR | European Cultural Route of Reformation

The main objective of ECRR is to identify, select and catalogue common Protestant Reform Heritage in Europe (historical sites, tangible and intangible heritage), establishing a Reform-based European Cultural Itinerary in Europe. To secure the effective running, consolidation and expansion of the Route after the ECRR’s lifetime, a stable and durable ...
InAirQ - Transnational Adaption Actions for Integrated Indoor Air Quality Management
InAirQ - Transnational Adaption Actions for Integrated Indoor Air Quality Management
The World Health Organisation (WHO) and the European Comission’s DG Health have warned that air pollution – indoor and outdoor – is the major environmental health concern, which can lead to serious health effects. Indoor exposure to air pollutants may occur in any indoor environment; among them, schools. The most ...
LUMAT – Implementation of Sustainable Land Use in Integrated Environmental Management of Functional Urban Areas
LUMAT – Implementation of Sustainable Land Use in Integrated Environmental Management of Functional Urban Areas
The project is developed within the INTERREG Central Europe Cooperation Programme. The program will last 3 years and is structured in 5 Work Packages (WPs). WPM is responsible for the management of the project, WPC is responsible for communication activities and spread of results, WP1 will deal with Methodology and identification of ...
INSPIRATION – Integrated Spatial Planning, land use and soil management Research Action
INSPIRATION – Integrated Spatial Planning, land use and soil management Research Action
The project is included in the EU Research and Innovation programme (2014 - 2020) "Horizon 2020" and involves 16 European countries. In every country is identified a National Focal Point (NFP) as research coordinator and developer at the national level; The Italian NFP is SiTI. The project activities will be executed ...
MOMOWO - Women’s creativity since the Modern Movement

MOMOWO - Women’s creativity since the Modern Movement

MoMoWo aims to reveal and promote the significant European Cultural Heritage created by women working in the design professions, which hitherto and to a significant extent has been ‘hidden from history’. At the same time it aims to promote and increase the value of the works and achievements of the ...
EQUITY ACTION – Scoping review on housing policies and social mix

EQUITY ACTION – Scoping review on housing policies and social mix

The research will focus on how neighbourhood renewal interventions can cause the displacement of low income people to other less affluent neighbourhoods: which mechanisms allow this phenomenon to happen? how can it be hampered? and more precisely which are the consequences on one’s health? which are the inequalities generated? Beside those ...