Research: ENVISAGE - conserVatIve and SustainAble methodoloGiEs for the ENergy requalification of historic buildings
PhD student in Earth Sciences (37th cycle, "Environment and Cultural Heritage" curriculum), with the project "ENVISAGE - conserVatIve and SustainAble methodoloGiEs for the ENergy requalification of historic buildings". The general objective of ENVISAGE is to develop methodologies for the definition of zero-emission energy interventions which can mitigate the impacts of climate change on buildings with historical/cultural interest.
Master's degree in "Sciences and Technologies for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage" (LM-11) obtained in 2020, after having obtained the bachelor's degree in 2018 in the same field of study ("Technologies for the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage Cultural "L-43).
During the master's degree course, I was awarded an "Erasmus + Traineeship" grant to carry out the internship abroad.
After obtaining my master's degree, in 2021 I did a 6-month voluntary internship at the YOCOCU association, and a 2-month internship at the Frascati laboratories of INFN (National Institute of Nuclear Physics) thanks to the award of a "Summer Student" grant.