Held in presence (in Bologna) and online, on 8 and 9 September 2021, the Italian study visit has been organized by the University of Bologna (Unibo) and the first day was spent between the Academy of sciences (Accademia delle Scienze, in Palazzo Poggi), the Aula Magna, and piazza Puntoni, the site of the Italian pilot case.

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The project partners in Aula Magna, University of Bologna

Here you can find the recording of the first morning meeting divided by the topics in the program.

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The Italian study visit

Video 1 – Welcome note from Unibo

Welcome note by Simona Tondelli, Adriseismic project coordinator, and Fabrizio Apollonio, director of the Department of Architecture

 

Video 2 – A historical overview of the university of Bologna architecture

Francesco Ceccarelli, full professor of architectural history, presents a historical overview of the university of Bologna architecture. The church of San Domenico, the church of San Francesco, the spanish college, the schools of San Petronio, the “Archiginnasio”, palazzo Poggi.

 

Video 3 – Introduction to seismic vulnerability in urban planning: the case of Emilia-Romagna Region

How to deal with seismic vulnerability in Emilia-Romagna urban planning regulation and the national incentives (such as Sisma Bonus and Superbonus 110%). The presentation is made by Angela Santangelo, Junior assistant professor  at the Department of Architecture (Unibo).

 

 

Video 4 – Examples on restoration and preservation techniques

Marco Pasquini, Adjunct professor of the Department of Civil, Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering, shows some examples on restoration and preservation techniques, in particular related to the earthquake that stroked Emilia-Romagna region (Po valley) on 20 and 28 May 2012.

 

 

Video 5 – The Bolognese building types, from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth century

The Bolognese building types, from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth century: buildings, porticoes (portici) and curches. Giorgia Predari, senior assistant professor at the Department of Architecture (Unibo) made the presentation.

 

 

Video 6 – The buildings on Piazza Puntoni: detailed description of the construction solutions

The detailed description of the construction solutions chosen for the buildings on Piazza Puntoni (Bologna). Giorgia Predari, senior assistant professor at the Department of Architecture (Unibo), and Lorenzo Stefanini, Research fellow at the Department of Architecture (Unibo) held the presentation.

 

 

Laser scanner presentation in piazza Puntoni

During the first afternoon of the visit, the Unibo adjunct professor, Davide Prati, presented to the PPs, gathered in piazza Puntoni, the laser scanner CAM2.