Summer School Awareness and Responsibility of Environmental Risk

design for risk reduction:
Dual Towers
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11th International School
Awareness and Responsibility
of Environmental Risk

6th Young Researchers’ Round Table
International Scientific Conference

L’Aquila, Italy
23-31 August 2019

Scientific Committee

Paola Rizzi (chair), DICEAA University of L’Aquila, Italy
DADU University of Sassari, Italy
Claudia Battaino, DICAM University of Trento, Italy
Elena Besussi, UCL Bartlett, United Kingdom
Silvia Covarino, Girne American University, Northern Cyprus
Donato Di Ludovico, DICEAA University of L’Aquila, Italy
Giorgio Fontolan, DiMaG University of Trieste, Italy
Massimo Fragiacomo, DICEAA University of L’Aquila, Italy
Gianfranco Franz, DEM University of Ferrara, Italy
Vilmolsiddhi Horayangkura, UDDI Thammasat University, Thailand
Piotr Gajewski, Cracow University of Technology, Poland
Satoru Ishizutsu, Kochi Corporate University, Japan
Hideiko Kanegae, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Karl Kim, University of Hawaii, USA
Jan H.G. Klabbers, KMPC, the Netherlands
Martino Marini, DADU University of Sassari, Italy
Valentina Orioli, DdA University of Bologna, Italy
Satoshi Otsuki, FRC, Kochi University, Japan
Masahiro Shirotsuki, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies, Japan
María Andrea Tapia, Universidad Nacional de Rio Negro, Argentina
Yusuke Toyoda, Ritsumeikan University, Japan

Lecturers
Claudia Battaino DICAM UniTN, Lorenzo Cotti, SDVB9, Gabriele Curci CETEMPS UnivAQ, Federico D’ascanio DICEAA UnivAQ, Marcello Di Risio UnivAQ, Amedeo Gregori UnivAQ, Monia Guarino Professional Association Principi Attivi, *Jens Ludloff University of Stuttgart, Daniela Maier OART Order of Architects of Transilvania, Martino Marini DADU UniSS,  Tetsuo Mizuta, Kansai University, Satoshi Otsuki FRC,
Kochi University, Sarunwit Promsaka Na Sakkonakron
Thammasat University, Paola Rizzi UnivAQ / UniSS, Masahiro Shirotsuki NUFS Nagoya University of Foreign Studies.

Tutores
Laura Pistidda (coordinator, contact: pistiddalaura@gmail.com), Alessandro Bruccoleri, Federico Fadda*, Diana Michiu, Hiroari Shimizu, Bartłomiej Sroka.

International School Organising Committee

Paola Rizzi UNIVAQ (coordinator, contact: paola.rizzi@univaq.it),
Francesco Cherchi, Bartlomiej Sroka, Federico D’Ascanio, Alessia
Marcia, Laura Pistidda, Sarunwit Promsaka Na Sakkonakron.

Young Researchers’ Round Table
International Scientific Conference Organising Committee
Martina Sciomenta (coordinator, contact: martina.sciomenta@univaq.it),
Federico D’Ascanio, Alessia Marcia, Lukas Olma, Laura Pistidda, Anna Porebska, Sarunwit Promsaka Na Sakkonakron, Hiroari Shimizu.

Under the auspices of
Comune dell’Aquila, Italy*
Cracow University of Technology, Poland
DADU, University of Sassari, Italy
DICEAA, University of L’Aquila, Italy
Escuela de Arquitectura, Arte y Diseño, Universidad Nacional de
Rio Negro, Argentina
Interdepartmental Research Center for Transport and Sustainable
Mobility, University of L’Aquila, Italy
INU – National Institute of Urban Planning, Italy*
FRC, Kochi University, Japan
Nagoya University of Foreign Studies, Japan
OART-Romanian Order of Architects of Transilvania, Romania
Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Scena Urbana, Romania

Supported by

Diver s City, DADU, University of Sassari, Italy
Cracow University of Technology, Poland
DICEAA, University of L’Aquila, Italy
FRC, Kochi University, Japan
NUFS-Nagoya University of Foreign Studies, Japan
RMEI, Réseau Méditerranéen des Ecoles d’Ingénieurs et de
Management
*To be confirmed

Information

Application forms shall be consigned to info.diverscity@gmail.com.
Upon the evaluation, the most innovative project will be awarded.
Upon the termination of the school, a certificate will be issued. All
projects will be exhibited. ECTS value of the school will be
assigned according to national standards.
Registration submission deadline expires on July 25, 2019

11th International School
Awareness and Responsibility of Environmental Risk

Now in its tenth edition, the School started in 2008. It is dedicated
to graduate students and graduates in architecture, urban design,
planning, engineering, geography, geology, sociology,
environmental studies as well as business and political science.
The school gives an opportunity to argue on design and
environmental risk factors along with their management. While
working on a case study, students will be guided and supported by
an international and multidisciplinary team of experts and tutors.
The idea of the school derives from the believe that awareness
shall not be left aside by knowledge: to analyse, elaborate, reason,
decide and act, knowledge is an essential scientific presupposition.
To choose deliberately “what, where, why, when, for whom, and
how” we design is the basis of any design process.

Aims
The aim is to raise the awareness of design, management, and
planning issues regarding territories vulnerable to environmental
risks.
Case study // Topic
Pre-disaster planning and design are intrinsic to risk preparedness and risk
mitigation. As a result, so is „charting the path” (Harvey, 1973) or mapping
possible scenarios of social and spatial transformation of the urban areas, with understanding the nature of contemporary patterns of urban restructuring, and then, on that basis, analysing their implications for actions” (Brenner, Marcuse, Mayer, 2017) being the very first step. It seems impossible to re-build cities and villages in safer areas and displace entire communities. Hence, integrated programs and evacuation plans that have been applied so far, were and are based on soft rather than hard measures. Unfortunately, as far as high risk areas among which coastal ones are concerned, some extreme measures must be introduced,
too, in order to protect people from natural hazards.
Among the lessons learned from the 2011 Great Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami there is the one regarding anti-tsunami towers and buildings — a desperate measure to be applied when alternatives are lacking or all other measures fail. Is it possible, however, to build them without ruing the landscape? To avoid them turning into a sort of unfinished, obsolete version of Follies designed by Bernard Tschumi for the La Villete park in Paris in the 1980s? Is it possible to turn areas of low density and even lower quality into areas of both high density and high quality?
High and high-rise buildings are controversial and questionable as solution in the areas of high seismic risk, in both pre- and post-disaster context. The city of L’Aquila where the school will took place, is a good example — being rebuilt as it was, where it was, with only slightly a chance of not making ”all” the same mistakes again.
This summer school will be an opportunity to face the above-mentioned dilemmas under the supervision of experts in various fields among which meteorology, structural and hydraulic engineering, urban planning, architecture, and psychology.

6th Young Researchers’ Round Table

It is a conference and workshop for doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars and junior researchers intended an open forum where participants can discuss their interests, work, and plans.
There isn’t any thesis to agree or disagree with apart from general keywords of awareness, responsibility, environment, environmental risk, vulnerability, resilience and the general topic of the school to which the conference is the tribute, no rigid formula but a space where young researchers who share a common future can meet.
Deadline submission July 31, 2019, abstract acceptance and call for posters: August 05, 2019
Deadline poster submission and Authors registration: August 25, 2019
Deadline paper submission: 30 September, 2019

It is obligatory for the participants of the school to attend all the conference sessions

1st day – Friday, August 23rd  //  L’Aquila

09:00 – 13:00 Arrival and registration

14:00 – 18:00 Urban Walkscape L’Aquila Federico D’Ascanio DICEAA, Italy

during the walk participants experienced different mapping techniques

2nd day – Saturday, August 24  //  L’Aquila

09:00     Urban Gaming Simulation Session // DICEAA team

13:00     Lunch break

14:00     Introduction to the case study: Japan and its hazards

15:00     Japanese perspective by Japanese students

16:00     Coffee break

16:30 – 18:00 High-rise building pills, DICEAA PdD students

3rd day – Sunday, August 25 // L’Aquila

10:00 – 18:00 Field survey. Meeting with communities.

4th day – Monday, August 26  //  L’Aquila

09:00     Welcome by Rector and Authorities
09:30     Lecture 1 Amedeo Gregori, DICEAA UnivAQ, Italy
10:15     Lecture 2 Martino Marini, DADU UniSS, Italy

11:00     Coffee break

11:15     Lecture 3 Marcello Di Risio, DICEAA UnivAQ, Italy

12:00     Lecture 4 Gabriele Curci, CETEMPS UnivAQ, Italy

12:45      Lunch break

14:00 – 18:00  Workshop

5th day – Tuesday, August 27  //  L’Aquila

09:00     Lecture 5 Satoshi Otsuki, FRC Kochi University, Japan
09:45     Lecture 6 Masahiro Shirotsuki, NUFS, Japan
10:30     Coffee break

10:45     Lecture 7 Tetsuo Mizuta, KANSAI UNIVERSITY, Japan
11:30     Lecture 8 Lorenzo Cotti, SDVB9, Switzerland

12:45       Lecture 9 Silvia Covarino, Girne American University, Northern Cyprus

13:30     Lunch break

14:30     Workshop

16:15-18:00  Intermediate presentations

6th day – Wednesday, August 28  //  6th YRRT / L’Aquila

09:00      Key Note Opening Lectures

10:00      Session 1 Walking IN/TO

11:30      Session 2 Before / After: Monitor, Plan and Reconstruction

12:30      Lunch break

14:00      Session 3 From different point of view

15:30      Coffee break

16:00      Session 4 Timeline of recovery and interdisciplinary approach

18:00      Best presentation/best poster award ceremony
7th day – Thursday, August 29  //  L’Aquila
09:00 Lecture 10 Daniela Maier, OART, Romania
09:45 Lecture 11 Claudia Battaino, DICAM, University of Trento, Italy
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Lecture 12 13 Sarunwit Promsaka Na Sakkonakron DLSE, Thammasat
University, Thailand
11:30 -18:00 Workshop

8th day – Friday, August 30  //  L’Aquila

09:00 – 13:00  Workshop

13:00     Lunch break

14:00 -18:00   Final Presentations  and critics
                       Jury:
                       Claudia Battaino, DICAM, University of Trento, Italy
                       Tanja Congiu, UNISS, Italy
                       Romolo Continenza, DICEAA, University of L’Aquila, Italy
                      
Lorenzo Cotti, SDVB9, Switzerland
                      
Federico D’Ascanio, DICEAA, University of L’Aquila, Italy

                       Felix Günther, SUPSI, Switzerland

                       Valentina Orioli, DdA University of Bologna, Italy
20:00      
Farewell dinner


9th day – Saturday, August 31  //  L’Aquila

09:30     Disaster Mitigation for Urban Cultural Heritage: does citizen     participation works?  workshop and interective session

             Monia Guarino, Principi Attivi, Italy & Paola Rizzi, DICEAA UnivAQ

12:30     Closing ceremony. Certificates and best project award ceremony

*To be confirmed

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For Civil Engineering students attending the school 3 CFU will be conferred

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