Ulysseus European University is launching a brand new series of webinars on key regional and local challenges.
These are part of the calendar of activities of “COMPASS: Leading Ulysseus to become a European University excellence model through Research and Innovation”, a Horizon 2020 project of Ulysseus and the flagship for its R&I agenda and strategy.
Organised by Ulysseus Innovation Hubs, these webinars will bring together experts from academia, industry and NGO’s, among other organisations to discuss key regional and local challenges.
About "Introducing new solutions for boosting accessibility and inclusiveness in cultural heritage"
The achievement of full accessibility and inclusiveness within heritage is essential for achieving the UN Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Nevertheless, the enormous potential is still underestimated on a practical level, and high impact applications are yet to develop. What does it mean then being highly inclusive and promoting accessibility in an urban context? Is it different from a natural environment? And what is the role of the cultural heritage in this framework?
The boost of digitalisation and technological solutions are the ultimate responses to an increasing demand for both audience development and activities of monitoring. Then, what are the more feasible options, and which are the side effects of this development?
The webinar will address these topics reflecting on the different meanings of ‘accessibility’ and ‘inclusiveness’ in different contexts, opening a dialogue on their challenges and opportunities.
AIDIA association, Italian Association of Women Engineers and Architects. National association dedicated to defend the rights of female graduates working in the field of engineering and architecture.
- Amelia Lentini, President of AIDIA association in Milan
- Barbara Blasi, Peacemaking entrepreneur, member of AIDIA Association in Milan
- Karla Vittori, Industrial electrical engineer, member of AIDIA Association in Milan
Panel of experts
- Zuzana Révészová, Senior project manager at Creative Industry Košice, PhD student in Regional Science at Technical University in Košice, and co-founder of Spolka collective.
- Giacomo Montanari, Associate professor in Art History at the University of Genoa, and scientific director of ‘Rolli Days’ initiative at the UNESCO Heritage site of Rolli palaces in Genoa.
- Julia Rey Pérez, Associate professor and researcher at the Department of History, Theory and Architectural Composition of the University of Seville.
- Anna Dentoni, General secretary of the Maritime Cultural Heritage Association of Genoa, Member of the International ICOM-MPR Commission, Executive Committee of ICMM, and Executive Steering Committee of the ICSC.
- Agostino Massa, Professor of Sociology at the University of Genoa
- Riccardo Spinelli, Professor in Economics and Business Studies at the University of Genoa
- Pauline Poirot, Sustainable design student at the Design school in Nice
- Roxane Haure-Foret, Sustainable design student at the Design school in Nice
- Carlos Tejerizo, Marie Curie Fellow Researcher at the University of Genoa
- Frédéric Precioso, Professor in Computer Science at Universitè Cote d’Azur
More details about this webinar
Facilitators: Alessio Tei (Innovation Hub Coordinator) and Clio Flego (Innovation Hub Officer), from the Arts, Tourism and Heritage Innovation Hub of Università di Genova.
Day | 18 January 2021
Time | 4.30 – 6pm CET time
Host | Arts, Tourism and Heritage Innovation Hub led by the Università di Genova, Italy
Language | The webinar will be in English
Certificate of attendance | At the end of the webinar a survey will be published for those interested in receiving a certificate of attendance.
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COMPASS: Leading Ulysseus to become a European University excellence model through Research and Innovation” is a Horizon 2020 project of Ulysseus and the flagship for its R&I agenda and strategy.
COMPASS has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No 101035809. The views and opinions expressed in this communication are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission.