CIRPS - SAPIENZA UNIVERSITA' DI ROMA - ITALY
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CIRPS - Inter-university Research Centre for Sustainable Development at the University of Rome "La Sapienza" (Italy)

CIRPS is an Interuniversity Research Centre counting 300 professors, researchers and experts as Ordinary Members belonging to the eleven Italian universities joining the centre, besides 40 other professors, researchers and experts as Associate Members belonging to universities which have not yet finalised their membership, and 50 further experts with high-level specialisation not belonging to the academic world but involved in projects promoted, coordinated or carried out by the Centre.
In particular, the Department of Mechanics and Aeronautics of the Engineering Faculty is involved.

CIRPS:

• Promotes, coordinates and/or directly carries out activities, performed by member Universities, also in collaboration with similar Bodies and Centres, Universities, National and International Organisations, especially from Developing Countries, European Union and UN (Unesco, Unicef, Unitar, UNDP, etc.);

Gives assistance to Institutions, in particular Italian Ministries, Regions, Provinces and other Local Governments as well as national and international Small and Medium Enterprises, and Governmental and Non-Governmental Organisations, in selecting and analysing the feasibility of cooperation programmes, in their implementing and also identifying the potential contributions that may be provided by the Operating Units and Sections of CIRPS and, more generally, by the associate Universities;

Promotes initiatives for scientific dissemination and interdisciplinary collaboration (i.e. Forums, Workshops, etc.) and raises the attention and awareness of Degree Courses, Faculties, Institutes and Departments, and PhDs of Italian Universities on topics related to sustainable development at local, regional, national, European and international level;

Fosters and enhances a balanced coordination between the University staff and the non-academic world for development cooperation, providing both consulting services for the parties co-interested in the single programmes, and assistance in feasibility studies, ex-ante and ex-post evaluations of programmes;

Promotes the dissemination of information on cooperation activities through the creation of Data Banks, Documentation Centres and the publication of periodical newsletters;;

• Promotes coordinated exchanges of University staff at European and international level;

• Promotes, coordinates and directly carries out activities related to research and interdisciplinary collaboration at local, regional, European and international level in all the environments dealing with sustainability and Science of Sustainability and development cooperation.

 

MAIN TASKS

WP2 - Environmental stresses in coastal urban areas, in particular air quality and energy (renewable and not).

 

PROJECT RESPONSIBLES

Vincenzo Naso
Full Professor, director of CIRPS
Expert in energy systems
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Eng. Luca Del Zotto
PhD
Expert in renewable energies
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WORKING GROUP

Eng. Luca Cedola
Researcher
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Eng. Angela Cattini
PhD Candidate
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Eng. Maria D'Orazio
PhD Candidate
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Eng. Riccardo Franco
PhD
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Eng. Tommaso Radice
Expert in project management
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Prof. Franco Rispoli
Professor
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