Smart Rehabilitation 3.0 Project: Approaches, techniques and interventions for the rehabilitation or restoration of architectural heritage
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10 de febr. 2022
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Luisa Lombardo
Tiziana Campisi
Manfredi Saeli

This online course (MOOC) is part of a wider effort to bridge the knowledge gap between the offer of higher education in most European universities and the practical skills and competencies needed in the rehabilitation sector. Actually, it is one out of 4 training courses developed in the ErasmusPlus SMART Rehabilitation 3.0 Project. The course is aimed at providing tools (techniques and interventions) useful to show and explain virtuous examples of the recovery/restoration practice.
This course is based on an academic approach to solve different technical problems that may arise in the rehabilitation/restoration of the traditional architectural heritage, with a particular focus on the Mediterranean area.
The MOOC is intended as an operational tool of comprehension of the most popular and innovative recovery techniques widely used in the recovery of historical and traditional architecture, offering general examples and also cases of originality.

 
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