Comitato Scientifico dell'Evento

Muzaffer Özgüleş 

PhD, is an assistant professor in the department of architecture since March 2016, currently delivering four compulsory architectural history courses besides two graduate courses, and he is the Erasmus coordinator of the faculty. He has an electronics engineering background (Middle East Technical University [METU], 2003), he received his MSc in Science and Technology Policy Studies from METU in 2008, and made a shift in his career at this point, as he worked on the innovations of sixteenth century Ottoman Architect Sinan with his advisor Prof.Jale Erzenfrom Faculty of Architecture, where he earned his PhD degree in 2013 with his dissertation entitled “Building Activities of Gülnuş Emetullah Sultan”. He was awarded the Barakat Trust Postdoctoral Research Fellowship and spent 2014-2015 academic year at the Khalili Research Centre at University of Oxford. He is the author of two books "Architect Sinan Adventure" (YKY, 2016), "The Women Who Built the Ottoman World: Female Patronage and the Architectural Legacy of Gülnuş Sultan" (I.B.Tauris, forthcoming in May 2017). 

Micaela Antonucci

PhD, is Assistant Professor in History of Architecture at the Department of Architecture of the UNIBO, member of the Board of the Reseach PhD in Architecture of the UNIBO and Coordinator of the Publishing series of the Department of Architecture of Bologna. In her academic work she has set a network with several universities and international research centres: Bryn Mawr College, PA, USA; Iowa State University, USA; Universidad de Alicante, Spain; Universidad Politecnica di Cartagena, Spain; Universidad de Lleida, Spain; École Pratique des Hautes Études de la Sorbonne, France; Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institut, Rome; l'Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueologia en Roma. 

Marco Pretelli

Architect at MiBACT (2000-2005), currently Full Professor of Restoration. He is member of the Ph.D. Commitee and advisor for the City of Peschiera del Garda for the candidature as UNESCO World Heritage Site. His researches focus mainly on history of restoration in Italy and in Europe, historic plants and protoplants and preservation of Cultural Heritage; strategies for the enhancement of historic towns and indoor microclimate comfort of historic buildings.

Ernesto Antonini

Ph.D., Full Professor of Technology for Architecture, coordinator of master Degree in Engineering of Building Processes and Systems in Ravenna. His research is focused on: innovation in building techniques, materials and components; tools and equipment for the building process; recycling of construction & demolition waste; building process management and procurement system selection; sustainable architecture; refurbishment and rehabilitation of public buildings. He is member of Alma Low Carbon - Resource Efficiency and Sustainable Energy towards a low Carbon Society, an interdisciplinary research team of UNIBO.

Luigi Bartolomei

Born in Bologna, December the 21st, 1977, he obtained a master degree in Construction Engineering in 2003 at University of Bologna, debating a thesis on the relationship between Art and Architecture in the architectural compositive process. These studies has been recently resumed and prized with a meritorious award by the International Institute for Advanced Studies in System Research and Cybernetics (IIAS) in 2011. He discussed on May 2008 his PhD thesis in Architectural Composition at the University of Bologna. He has been coordinator and co-founder of the interdisciplinary research activity “Project for places and Spaced for the Sacred”, in collaboration with the Theological Faculty of Emilia-Romagna (FTER). He has a grant of the Department of Architecture of the University of Bologna in order to study Sacred Architecture, and spaces for religions in contemporary times. He is stable collaborator of “The Journal of Architecture” [Il giornale della Architettura] since January 2009 and he has been nominated by Cardinal Carlo Caffarra, Bishop of Bologna, as a member of the Diocesan Commission for Sacred Art and Architecture in July 2008.