FOR STAFF & STUDENTS
Registration has been opened for a selection process of staff and students who are interested in participating in the CASE STUDY-Reconstruction of a Destroyed City (see the Announcement section below). The project activity will take place on 18th-22nd September 2023 in Accumoli (IT). Arrival is expected on 17th September, and return is scheduled for 23rd September.
A reserve list of max. 3 students will be created in case of additional positively evaluated submission or, in case some of the selected ones are unavailable for the workshop.
Participant’s travel and lodging expenses will be covered by the project.
Please contact the responsible person for more details and information on ECTS points.
UWK - Fikriye Pelin Kurtul Vacek - firstname.lastname@example.org
CTU - Klara Kroftova - email@example.com
UNICAM - Roberto Ruggiero - firstname.lastname@example.org
BME - Kornelia Kissfazekas- email@example.com
STU - Katarina Terao Voskova - firstname.lastname@example.org
SAPIENZA - Tommaso Empler - email@example.com
MUNI - Natalia Gachallova - firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: 30.06.2023
APPLICATION FORM FOR STUDENTS
APPLICATION FORM FOR STAFF
Goals and expected results of the activity:
Through the use of tools for acquiring knowledge of a fragile territory affected by a disaster, the activity aims to create a basis for design proposals for reconstruction and virtual simulation of the appearance of places before the disaster.
Sequence of activities:
1) preparation of questionnaires to be submitted to the population in order to gain greater knowledge of the place; preparation for the use of tools such as laser scanner and dronephotogrammetry; 2) meetings with the population of different villages, to learn about the history of different places, including reality, myth and legend and the expectations of reconstruction; 3) collection and organization of documentation on each village provided by the local population; 4) collection of documentation on the web; 5) access to Rieti archives and search for archival documentation; 6) inspection in some villages characterized by the fact of being "slightly damaged", "moderately damaged", "completely damaged" for a visible and direct survey; 7) indirect or instrumental survey of each of the 3 types of villages identified.
ANNUAL PROJECT MEETING
16th-17th January 2023
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
1111 Budapest, Műegyetem rkp. 3 (HU).
Budapest hosted the annual project meeting organized by BME. Evaluation of the first joint staff training event (C1) and preparation of the first two intensive programs (C2 and C3) have been completed. The working plan and its schedule were reviewed, along with the financial management plan and communication plan; the steps to submit the interim report to the National Agency in a timely manner were planned. BME organized input presentations and an urban walk on Budapest's reconstruction examples to conclude the meeting.
KICK-OFF MEETING IN ACCUMOLI
24th-25th May 2022
School of Reconstruction of Accumoli
Via Pasqualoni snc, Accumoli (IT)
Under the organization of UWK the meeting had an agenda that included presenting the project working plan and schedule; establishing the Project Steering Committee; establishing communication and dissemination plans; establishing monitoring and self-evaluation plans; establishing financial management plans and responsibilities of the project partners; establishing indicators for measuring success.
A guided study tour through Accumoli's red zone concluded the meeting.
WORKSHOP ON RECONSTRUCTION OF DESTROYED CITIES
3th-5th October 2022
Žerotínovo nám. 617/9, 601 77 Brno, Czech Republic.
A workshop on rebuilding destroyed cities was being organized by MUNI with the focus on history, mapping, and documentation as part of the workshop. The workshop has presented a historical perception of similar situations in the past and the adopted solutions; it defined cultural, social, material, and immaterial heritage as key instruments in understanding the necessities of damaged or destroyed cities.
The workshop included a meeting with our associated partner, the South Moravian Region Department of Cultural & Heritage Preservation, in order to discuss reconstruction following the 2021 tornado that struck the region.
Past Event - Presentation
10th October 2022, 12 p.m. University for Continuing Education Krems
Dr. Karl Dorrek Str. 30, 3500 Krems, Austria.
A presentation of the project 'ComPaRe' has been held for the students of the Department for Building and Environment. This presentation has opened registration for a selection process of students who are interested in participating in the activities. The two activities are Case Study Reconstruction of a Destroyed City and Pilot Testing of the Developed Teaching Module, both of which will take place at Accumoli. We will conduct our first activity from 13-15 September 2023 and our second activity from 22-24 May 2024. Only three students will be accepted for each activity and their travel and lodging expenses will be covered.