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XX CENTURY STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: THE ITALIAN CONTRIBUTION

ERC Advanced Grant 2011
PI: SERGIO PORETTI

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ILARIA GIANNETTI
Ilaria Giannetti (1982) studied Architecture in Rome ("La Sapienza" University of Rome) and Paris (ENSAPLV) and in 2008 she graduated cum laude.
She obtained Phd in "Architecture and Construction" at the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" in 2012.
Since 2009 she conducts her research in collaboration with the team Architecture and Construction coordinated by Sergio Poretti and Tullia Iori, with particular reference to the relationship between design and construction techniques in Italian architecture of the Twentieth century.
Between her researches: "Mario Ridolfi: school buildings between technique and language"; "School buildings. Project and production in Italy since World War II to the 80s"; "The industrialized construction in Italy in the 60s and 80s" (PRIN, 2008).
Her applied research focuses mainly on the conservation and exploitation of archives and heritage of Italian modern architecture, through curatorial projects and exhibitions.
Between 2008 and 2012, she is curator for the Accademia Nazionale di San Luca of "NAM New Multimedia Archive for Arts and Architecture" (2012); lists the Fund of "Experimental school buildings" for the Historical Archive of the Ministry of Education (2010); collaborates on archival research for the exhibition "Pier Luigi Nervi. Architettura come sfida. Roma. Ingegno e costruzione" (Rome, MAXXI, 2011).
She also works as a tutor in teaching for workshops, laboratories and courses ("Sapienza" University of Rome; "Tor Vergata "University of Rome; University IUAV of Venice). The result of her research's work has been published in various articles and volumes.

She is a postdoc Research Assistant. Her role in SIXXI research includes Media Archives (Photografic and Video documents) and the deep links between Image and Structural engineering.
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