CV Raffaella De Marco ENG
Raffaella De Marco
Ph.D., Engineer and Architect, MSCA Research Fellow at DICAr Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture of University of Pavia (Italy), collaborating at DAda-LAB. Young member of Europa Nostra Network and ESACH Member.
Her research deals with the development of databases and reality-based models on Cultural and Endangered Heritage for conservation, valorisation and management protocols, following international policy requirements. Collaborating in international research missions on UNESCO sites, in particular in Middle East and Palestinian territories, for range-based and photogrammetric documentation at architectural and urban scale. Her research activities focus on the definition of 3D digital databases, structural and urban models and the elaboration of Informative Management systems.
Early-Stage Researcher in the EU project Horizon2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) H2020-MSCA-RISE-2018, “PROMETHEUS”. Since 2022, she is Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action Fellow and Principal Investigator in the project “MOEBHIOS – Multi-attribute values’ OntologiEs to improve Built Heritage InformatiOn assessment in cluStered territories”, for the development of an advanced digital mapping protocol for the architectural, archaeological, social and economic parameterisation and valorisation of sites in Palestine according to European strategies for the protection and promotion of cultural heritage. The research project is developed in partnership with Al-Quds University (Jerusalem, Palestinian Territories) and European University Viadrina (Frankfurt Oder, Germany).