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Claudia De Luca

Adjunct professor

Department of Architecture

Research fellow

Department of Architecture

Academic discipline: ICAR/20 Urban and Regional Planning

Curriculum vitae

Claudia obtained her Bachelor in Environmental Sciences at the University of Roma 'La Sapienza' and continued her studies in Venice at the Ca' Foscari University attending the 'Joint International Master in Sustainable Development'. During her studies, she spent one semester at the University of Cadiz in 2010 and one semester at the University of Leipzig, in 2012.

The master thesis 'Integrated environmental and socio-economic assessment of Flood Risk in a GIS context in the Vipacco Basin’ raised from the collaboration with the 'Autorità di bacino dell'Alto Adriatico' where Claudia undertook a traineeship in 2013 within the KULTURisk project, funded by the FP7 research programme.From 2014, she was employed in a private consultancy, working with European funding for research and cooperation (H2020, Erasmus+, INTERREG, etc.) and, from 2016, contributing to the management and the implementation of the URBAN-WASTE project. The project, that aims at developing innovative waste management and prevention strategies in 11 tourist cities and regions in Europe, was funded by the H2020 programme and is coordinated by the Government of Canary islands.

As from November 2017, she is a PHD student at the Department of Architecture. The topic of her thesis regards 'Greening the city: how to support transition towards sustainable, resilient and just urban future'. In 2019, she spent a visiting semester at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain, (ICTA-UAB) and during 2020 she collaborated with the Sustainable Earth Institute of the University of Plymouth (UK).

She is a member of the Planning and Regeneration Research Group led by Prof. Simona Tondelli and she actively collaborates into the coordination of the H2020 RURITAGE project, in the technical implementation of the ACT on NBS (Climate KIC project) and manages the communication of the MATCH-UP (INTERREG project).

She obtained her PhD in May 2021 with a thesis titled 'GREENING THE CITY: AN ECOSYSTEM-BASED FRAMEWORK TO SUPPORT PLANNING TOWARDS URBAN SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCE'.

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