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Enrico

Anguillari

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Generic Skills

B.1. Understanding of integrated and sustainable urban development: 
I graduated in Architecture in 2003 from the Iuav University of Venice, where in 2007 I earned the Ph.D. in Urbanism (coordinator Prof. Bernardo Secchi). I have more than 10 years of knowledge in design of sustainable urban strategies and action plans and good practice for sustainable urban development. I have had extensive work experience in large scale plans and projects, among others: the Structure Plan of Ferrara, the Development Plan of Les Hauts de Rouen, the Town Plan of Roncegno Terme. From 2008 to 2011, I have been working in the “Landscape Observatory on the Po river delta region”, learning specific skills on sustainable urban and landscape policies and practices for environmentally fragile areas, as well in the participatory processes in the perspective of the European Landscape Convention. Over the years I focused my interests on river basins and coastal integrated planning, paying particular attention to a water sensitive design and risks prevention approach. In this context, it is worth mentioning the research “Veneto 2100 - Living With Water”, selected in 2012 for the 5th IABR - International Architecture Biennale of Rotterdam - 'Making City'. My professional and research activity has combined with and has been supported by a constant attention to learning and teaching. I have been Adjunct Professor at the University of Camerino (2010-13) and at the University Iuav of Venice (2013). Since 2014 I teach Urban Landscape Design at the University of Florence.
B1. Assessment: 
1 = validated Demonstrated more than 2 years of experience with integrated and sustainable urban development.
B.2. Understanding of exchange and learning processes at transnational level: 
Both in my academic and professional career I have always worked in transnational and multidisciplinary teams. I taught in several urban and landscape design international workshops, taking part in stimulating knowledge exchange experiences, as well developing education and training across Europe. I have been among the coordinators for 2 different transnational didactic activities financed under the Lifelong Learning Erasmus Intensive Programme, attended by students and professors belonging to different European universities and disciplines (• Summer school on the Po river delta. Building scenarios in fragile territories – 2009, 2010, 2011; • Future Cities: Demographic Change and Local Differentiation – 2013, 2014). As part of my research activity I organized 2 international conferences: “The Landscape Observatories. Approaches, problems, experiences in Italy and Europe” and “Delta landscape in Europe. A comparison”. In the last 5 years I gained experience in the participation in EU calls and in partnerships building. On behalf of the University Iuav of Venice, I headed the application of the following EU programmes: • ERASMUS+ Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, Call 2015; • HORIZON 2020 Reflective Society: Cultural Heritage and European Identities, call 2015; • Erasmus Mundus Action 2, call 2014; • LLP Erasmus IP, calls 2009, 2010, 2011.
B2. Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided significant transnational activities that demonstrate understanding of exchange and learning processes at transnational level.
B.3. Proficiency in English: 
I regularly lecture in international academic and professional environments. Since 2013-2014 academic year I have been teaching Urban Landscape Design at the International Course on Architectural Design of the University of Florence: a Master’s course - totally in English language - open to students coming from countries outside of the European Union. I also taught in 5 editions of the LLP Erasmus IP, attended by students coming from Austria, England, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Romania, Slovenia and Spain. I have good communication skills gained also through the participation at international conferences and seminars, as lecturer, chair, paper reviewer and scientific coordinator. I published essays and articles in international books (9), journals (2) and conference proceedings (4), all in English.
B3. Assessment: 
1 = validated Sufficient proficiency in English (C1).

Thematic expertise:

Theme / Policy: 
Urban Strategic Planning
D.1. Deep knowledge on the selected theme and related policy challenges, including up to date practice, research, etc.: 
I have a strong experience in urban and regional planning; in designing scenarios for the sustainable urban and territorial development; in studying the urban sprawl phenomena and the urban-rural relationships in metropolitan areas. As practitioner I worked, among others, at the Structure Plan of Ferrara (2003-04), at the Development Plan of Les Hauts de Rouen (2005), at the Town Plan of Roncegno Terme (2008-10), learning specific skills in urban strategic planning and city development strategies. As researcher, after graduating in Architecture (2003), I earned the PhD in Urbanism (2007) presenting a thesis on the mutations of the European Community’s urban and spatial development perspectives from the end of the WWII up to now. Later, as research fellow, I worked in the Landscape Observatory on the Po River Delta Region (2008-11) which aimed to establish a departure point for setting forth processes of socio-economic and cultural renewal, as well as means for valorizing aspects of the local landscape. The methodological approach and the results of this research has been at the basis of a wider survey on the relationship between urban sprawl and hydrogeological vulnerability of the Veneto region’s territory. As Adjunct Professor, I taught Urban and Regional Planning Theories at the University of Camerino (2010-13); both Urban Design and Landscape Design at the University Iuav of Venice (2013). Since 2013 I teach Urban Landscape Design at the University of Florence.
D1 Assessment: 
1 = validated Demonstrated more than two years of experience in having deep knowledge on the selected theme and related policy challenges, including up to date practice, research, etc.
D.2. Ability to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process of in projects in which you have been involved: 
Over the years I have gained a strong experience in research field that returned me good abilities to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process of projects in which I have been involved. For more than 3 years, I was research fellow in the Landscape Observatory on the Po River Delta Region. During the 1st year, I mainly worked on the field, collecting and cataloging informations, interviewing the inhabitants, organizing various community-based participatory round tables and coordinating an international workshop in loco. In the following 2 years, I mainly worked defining new scenarios dealing both with the critical conditions and the potential resources of the Po delta region in order to stimulate the local debate and build share visions. In order to compare plans, projects and actions and identify best practices around Europe, I organized the international conference "Delta Landscapes in Europe: a Comparison" and arranged the “Atlas of the European Delta Landscape”. At the same time, I coordinated 3 editions of the “Summer School on the Po delta region” funded under the LLP Erasmus IP attended by teachers and students from several European universities engaged in researches on deltaic areas. Part of this research project has been selected for and exhibited at the 5th IABR of Rotterdam in 2012. The results are collected in 4 research reports, 5 books, 10 chapters or articles in books, 4 articles in journals, 2 papers in conference proceedings.
D2 Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided more than two valid examples that demonstrate the ability to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process in projects in which he/she has been involved.
D.3. Ability to produce concise reports that incorporate learning from exchange & learning activities, put forward good practice: 
Both as practitioner and researcher I have gained a significant ability to produce concise reports and effective communication tools to suggest good practices and policy massages to stakeholders or to involve them in exchange and learning activities. I regularly present papers and posters at national and international conferences. I’m co-editor of 2 conference proceedings: • Anguillari E., et al. (2010), Paesaggi deltizi e territori fragili. Comparazioni, D-Library Iuav, Venezia; • Anguillari E., et al. (2011), Paesaggio e benessere, Franco Angeli, Milano: http://www.francoangeli.it/Ricerca/Scheda_libro.aspx?CodiceLibro=1151.1.11. I’m also co-editor of 2 LLP Erasmus Intensive Programme reports, resulting from a strong collaboration and exchange between researchers coming from several European universities and local administrators, inhabitants and practitioners involved in the fieldwork activities: • Anguillari E., et al. (2012), Delta Landscape 2100, Professionaldreamers, Trento: http://www.professionaldreamers.net/?p=2497#more-2497; • Anguillari E., et al. (2011), Delta Landscapes. Geographies, Scenarios, Identities, Papiroz, Kijswijk, The Netherlands. I have a good ability to communicate in an incisive and synthetic way, controlling info-design and digital tools. I presented the research work “Veneto 2100. Living With Water” in form of an itinerant exhibition at the 5th IABR of Rotterdam in 2012 and, later, at each case-study place investigated.
D3 Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided more than two example that demonstrate the ability to produce concise reports that incorporate learning from exchange and learning activities, put forward good practice and policy messages targeting city practitioners and urban policy-makers (for participants as well as for an external audience).
D.4. Understanding of how to maximize the use of project results for benefits in capitalization, policy design, awarenes: 
Both in research and professional activity, I'm mostly interested in a bottom-up approach in which the capitalization, the policy design and the awareness raising have to be developed and maximized since the beginning of the project as a constant learning exchange and a participative process. As an example, in the research-by-design “Veneto 2100. Living With Water”, I investigated the future challenges and the long term scenarios for the Veneto region due to the ongoing urban sprawling process and the increasing flooding and drought phenomena. The goal of the research was to use the knowledge gained from the research process to trigger a debate regarding current urban planning practice in water management. The scenario itself was imagined as an instrument to increase the awareness of administrators, professionals and local population. The results aim at provoking a reaction, stimulating a debate, reflecting on possible solutions, refining ideas. In this sense the scenario is a medium and not a product. The outputs prepared by a group of urban and landscape designers, anthropologists, hydraulic engineers, ecologists and graphic designers, were presented as research reports, drawings, info-graphics and video interviews and collected in an itinerant exhibition across the investigated areas. I was part of the scientific coordinator team and responsible for one of the three key studies.
D4 Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided one example that demonstrates an understanding of how to maximize the use of project results for strategic benefits in capitalization, policy design, awareness raising, etc.
Summary Thematic expertise: 
I have more than 10 years of experience in Urban Strategic Planning gained through my education and training, work and research experience, and teaching activity. I’m graduated in Architecture and, in 2007, I earned the Ph.D. in Urbanism. Over the years I had extensive work experiences in large scale strategical plans and urban projects. My research interests concern various aspects in designing scenarios for sustainable urban and territorial development, in studying the urban-rural relationships in metropolitan areas. In recent years I focused my interests on the relationships between urban sprawl phenomena and environmental fragilities. Both in research and professional activity, I'm mostly interested in a bottom-up approach in which the capitalization, the policy design and the awareness raising have to be developed and maximized since the beginning of the project as a constant learning exchange and a participative process. My professional and research activity has combined and supported by a constant attention in teaching. Currently I’m Adjunct Professor in Urban Landscape Design at the University of Florence.
Assessment: 
The applicant is validated for D "Urban Strategic Planning", meeting 4 out of 4 criteria. No significant inconsistencies have been identified between the CV and application.
Theme / Policy: 
Environmental Issues
D.1. Deep knowledge on the selected theme and related policy challenges, including up to date practice, research, etc.: 
I graduated in Architecture and in 2007 I earned the Ph.D. in Urbanism. As practitioner I worked in several large scale plans and projects: among others, the Structure Plan of Ferrara (2003-04), the Development Plan of Les Hauts de Rouen (2005), the Town Plan of Roncegno Terme (2008-10), paying particular attention to environmental issues and to the valorization of the landscape and natural resources. From 2008 to 2011, as research fellow, I worked in the Landscape Observatory on the Po River Delta Region, developing specific skills on river basins and integrated coastal systems planning. Over the years I focused my interests on the landscape design in environmentally fragile areas, paying particular attention to a “water sensitive landscape design approach”. In this context it is worth pointing out the research “Veneto 2100 - Living With Water”, selected for the 5th IABR of Rotterdam 2012 - 'Making City'. The research investigates the relationship between the urban sprawl and the hydrological vulnerability in the Veneto region, and propose a long term scenario on the landscape transformations starting from the present environmental threats and opportunities. As Adjunct Professor, I taught Urban and Regional Planning Theories at the University of Camerino (2010-13); both Urban Design and Landscape Design at the University Iuav of Venice (2013). Since 2013 I’ve been teaching Urban Landscape Design at the University of Florence.
D1 Assessment: 
1 = validated Demonstrated more than two years of experience in having deep knowledge on the selected theme and related policy challenges, including up to date practice, research, etc.
D.2. Ability to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process of in projects in which you have been involved: 
Over the years I have gained a strong experience in research field that returned me good abilities to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process of projects in which I have been involved. For more than 3 years, I was research fellow in the Landscape Observatory on the Po River Delta Region. During the 1st year, I mainly worked on the field, collecting and cataloging informations, interviewing the inhabitants, organizing various community-based participatory round tables and coordinating an international workshop in loco. In the following 2 years, I mainly worked defining new scenarios dealing both with the critical conditions and the potential resources of the Po delta region in order to stimulate the local debate and build share visions. In order to compare plans, projects and actions and identify best practices around Europe, I organized the international conference "Delta Landscapes in Europe: a Comparison" and arranged the “Atlas of the European Delta Landscape”. At the same time, I coordinated 3 editions of the “Summer School on the Po delta region” funded under the LLP Erasmus IP attended by teachers and students from several European universities engaged in researches on deltaic areas. Part of this research project has been selected for and exhibited at the 5th IABR of Rotterdam in 2012. The results are collected in 4 research reports, 5 books, 10 chapters or articles in books, 4 articles in journals, 2 papers in conference proceedings.
D2 Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided more than two valid examples that demonstrate the ability to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process in projects in which he/she has been involved.
D.3. Ability to produce concise reports that incorporate learning from exchange & learning activities, put forward good practice: 
Both as practitioner and researcher I have gained a significant ability to produce concise reports and effective communication tools to suggest good practices and policy massages to stakeholders or to involve them in exchange and learning activities. I regularly present papers and posters at national and international conferences. I’m co-editor of 2 conference proceedings: • Anguillari E., et al. (2010), Paesaggi deltizi e territori fragili. Comparazioni, D-Library Iuav, Venezia; • Anguillari E., et al. (2011), Paesaggio e benessere, Franco Angeli, Milano: http://www.francoangeli.it/Ricerca/Scheda_libro.aspx?CodiceLibro=1151.1.11. I’m also co-editor of 2 LLP Erasmus Intensive Programme reports, resulting from a strong collaboration and exchange between researchers coming from several European universities and local administrators, inhabitants and practitioners involved in the fieldwork activities: • Anguillari E., et al. (2012), Delta Landscape 2100, Professionaldreamers, Trento: http://www.professionaldreamers.net/?p=2497#more-2497; • Anguillari E., et al. (2011), Delta Landscapes. Geographies, Scenarios, Identities, Papiroz, Kijswijk, The Netherlands. I have a good ability to communicate in an incisive and synthetic way, controlling info-design and digital tools. I presented the research work “Veneto 2100. Living With Water” in form of an itinerant exhibition at the 5th IABR of Rotterdam in 2012 and, later, at each case-study place investigated.
D3 Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided more than two example that demonstrate the ability to produce concise reports that incorporate learning from exchange and learning activities, put forward good practice and policy messages targeting city practitioners and urban policy-makers (for participants as well as for an external audience).
D.4. Understanding of how to maximize the use of project results for benefits in capitalization, policy design, awarenes: 
Both in research and professional activity, I'm mostly interested in a bottom-up approach in which the capitalization, the policy design and the awareness raising have to be developed and maximized since the beginning of the project as a constant learning exchange and a participative process. As an example, in the research-by-design “Veneto 2100. Living With Water”, I investigated the future challenges and the long term scenarios for the Veneto region due to the ongoing urban sprawling process and the increasing flooding and drought phenomena. The goal of the research was to use the knowledge gained from the research process to trigger a debate regarding current urban planning practice in water management. The scenario itself was imagined as an instrument to increase the awareness of administrators, professionals and local population. The results aim at provoking a reaction, stimulating a debate, reflecting on possible solutions, refining ideas. In this sense the scenario is a medium and not a product. The outputs prepared by a group of urban and landscape designers, anthropologists, hydraulic engineers, ecologists and graphic designers, were presented as research reports, drawings, info-graphics and video interviews and collected in an itinerant exhibition across the investigated areas. I was part of the scientific coordinator team and responsible for one of the three key studies.
D4 Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided one example that demonstrates an understanding of how to maximize the use of project results for strategic benefits in capitalization, policy design, awareness raising, etc.
Summary Thematic expertise: 
I have a long experience in Environmental Issues gained through my education and training, work and research experience, and teaching activity. I graduated in Architecture and, in 2007, I earned the Ph.D. in Urbanism. Over the years I had extensive work experiences in large scale plans and projects paying particular attention to the valorization of the landscape and natural resources. As researcher, I worked in the Landscape Observatory on the Po River Delta Region, developing specific skills on river basins and integrated coastal systems planning. Over the years I focused my interests on the landscape design in environmentally fragile areas, paying particular attention to a “water sensitive landscape design approach”. Both in research and professional activity, I'm mostly interested in a bottom-up approach in which the capitalization, the policy design and the awareness raising have to be developed and maximized since the beginning of the project as a constant learning exchange and a participative process. My professional and research activity has been combined with and supported by a constant attention in teaching. Currently I’m Adjunct Professor in Urban Landscape Design at the University of Florence.
Assessment: 
The applicant is validated for D "Environmental Issues", meeting 4 out of 4 criteria. No significant inconsistencies have been identified between the CV and application.
Theme / Policy: 
Integrated Urban Renewal
D.1. Deep knowledge on the selected theme and related policy challenges, including up to date practice, research, etc.: 
I have a strong experience in Integrated Urban Renewal gained through my education and training, work and research experience, and teaching activity. I graduated in Architecture and in 2007 I earned the Ph.D. in Urbanism. As practitioner I worked in several large scale plans and projects dealing with an urban design framework that looks at urbanized areas as the waste product of defunct economic and industrial processes. In this context the Town Plan of Roncegno Terme (2008-10) is an example of planning in the frame of the depletion of the health and wellness tourism economy. I also participated in some design competitions connected to the revitalization of urban and suburban areas. As researcher I worked in several surveys in dismissed and abandoned urban areas: the research “Anyway the wind blows: a micro history” focused on the shrinking phenomenon of Antwerp’s 19th century urban area; also the research “Future Cities. Demographic change and local differentiation” focused on the shrinking of numerous European cities as well as their demand for a sustainable urban transformation. Within this research programme in 2014 I worked on the Tobačna Tovarna site in Ljubljana designing renewal strategies for an abandoned building sites where the building work stopped due to a lack of finance.
D1 Assessment: 
1 = validated Demonstrated more than two years of experience in having deep knowledge on the selected theme and related policy challenges, including up to date practice, research, etc.
D.2. Ability to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process of in projects in which you have been involved: 
Over the years I have gained a strong experience in research field that returned me good abilities to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process of projects in which I have been involved. For more than 3 years, I was research fellow in the Landscape Observatory on the Po River Delta Region. During the 1st year, I mainly worked on the field, collecting and cataloging informations, interviewing the inhabitants, organizing various community-based participatory round tables and coordinating an international workshop in loco. In the following 2 years, I mainly worked defining new scenarios dealing both with the critical conditions and the potential resources of the Po delta region in order to stimulate the local debate and build share visions. In order to compare plans, projects and actions and identify best practices around Europe, I organized the international conference "Delta Landscapes in Europe: a Comparison" and arranged the “Atlas of the European Delta Landscape”. At the same time, I coordinated 3 editions of the “Summer School on the Po delta region” funded under the LLP Erasmus IP attended by teachers and students from several European universities engaged in researches on deltaic areas. Part of this research project has been selected for and exhibited at the 5th IABR of Rotterdam in 2012. The results are collected in 4 research reports, 5 books, 10 chapters or articles in books, 4 articles in journals, 2 papers in conference proceedings.
D2 Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided more than two valid examples that demonstrate the ability to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process in projects in which he/she has been involved.
D.3. Ability to produce concise reports that incorporate learning from exchange & learning activities, put forward good practice: 
Both as practitioner and researcher I have gained a significant ability to produce concise reports and effective communication tools to suggest good practices and policy massages to stakeholders or to involve them in exchange and learning activities. I regularly present papers and posters at national and international conferences. I’m co-editor of 2 conference proceedings: • Anguillari E., et al. (2010), Paesaggi deltizi e territori fragili. Comparazioni, D-Library Iuav, Venezia; • Anguillari E., et al. (2011), Paesaggio e benessere, Franco Angeli, Milano: http://www.francoangeli.it/Ricerca/Scheda_libro.aspx?CodiceLibro=1151.1.11. I’m also co-editor of 2 LLP Erasmus Intensive Programme reports, resulting from a strong collaboration and exchange between researchers coming from several European universities and local administrators, inhabitants and practitioners involved in the fieldwork activities: • Anguillari E., et al. (2012), Delta Landscape 2100, Professionaldreamers, Trento: http://www.professionaldreamers.net/?p=2497#more-2497; • Anguillari E., et al. (2011), Delta Landscapes. Geographies, Scenarios, Identities, Papiroz, Kijswijk, The Netherlands. I have a good ability to communicate in an incisive and synthetic way, controlling info-design and digital tools. I presented the research work “Veneto 2100. Living With Water” in form of an itinerant exhibition at the 5th IABR of Rotterdam in 2012 and, later, at each case-study place investigated.
D3 Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided more than two example that demonstrate the ability to produce concise reports that incorporate learning from exchange and learning activities, put forward good practice and policy messages targeting city practitioners and urban policy-makers (for participants as well as for an external audience).
D.4. Understanding of how to maximize the use of project results for benefits in capitalization, policy design, awarenes: 
Both in research and professional activity, I'm mostly interested in a bottom-up approach in which the capitalization, the policy design and the awareness raising have to be developed and maximized since the beginning of the project as a constant learning exchange and a participative process. As an example, in the research-by-design “Veneto 2100. Living With Water”, I investigated the future challenges and the long term scenarios for the Veneto region due to the ongoing urban sprawling process and the increasing flooding and drought phenomena. The goal of the research was to use the knowledge gained from the research process to trigger a debate regarding current urban planning practice in water management. The scenario itself was imagined as an instrument to increase the awareness of administrators, professionals and local population. The results aim at provoking a reaction, stimulating a debate, reflecting on possible solutions, refining ideas. In this sense the scenario is a medium and not a product. The outputs prepared by a group of urban and landscape designers, anthropologists, hydraulic engineers, ecologists and graphic designers, were presented as research reports, drawings, info-graphics and video interviews and collected in an itinerant exhibition across the investigated areas. I was part of the scientific coordinator team and responsible for one of the three key studies.
D4 Assessment: 
1 = validated Provided one example that demonstrates an understanding of how to maximize the use of project results for strategic benefits in capitalization, policy design, awareness raising, etc.
Summary Thematic expertise: 
I have a strong experience in Integrated Urban Renewal gained through my education and training, work and research experience, and teaching activity. I graduated in Architecture and in 2007 I earned the Ph.D. in Urbanism. As practitioner I worked in several large scale plans and projects dealing with an urban design framework that looks at urbanized areas as the waste product of defunct economic and industrial processes. I also participated in some design competitions connected to the revitalization of urban and suburban areas. As researcher I worked in several surveys focused on the shrinking of numerous European cities as well as their demand for a sustainable urban transformation. Both in research and professional activity, I'm mostly interested in a bottom-up approach in which the capitalization, the policy design and the awareness raising have to be developed and maximized since the beginning of the project as a constant learning exchange and a participative process. My professional and research activity has combined and supported by a constant attention in teaching. Currently I’m Adjunct Professor in Urban Landscape Design at the University of Florence.
Assessment: 
The applicant is validated for D "Integrated Urban Renewal", meeting 4 out of 4 criteria. No significant inconsistencies have been identified between the CV and application.
Theme / Policy: 
Employment, Human Capital and Labour Mobility
D.1. Deep knowledge on the selected theme and related policy challenges, including up to date practice, research, etc.: 
I have a long experience in academic teaching, in lifelong learning activities and in workshops coordination. For 6 academic years, I has been Teaching Assistant at the University Iuav of Venice. As Adjunct Professor, I taught Urban and Regional Planning Theories at the University of Camerino (2010-13); both Urban Design and Landscape Design at the University Iuav of Venice (2013). Since 2013 I have been teaching Urban Landscape Design at the University of Florence. I have been among the coordinators for 2 different transnational didactic activities financed under the Lifelong Learning Erasmus Intensive Programme, attended by students and professors belonging to different European universities and disciplines (• Summer school on the Po river delta. Building scenarios in fragile territories – 2009, 2010, 2011 editions; • Future Cities: Demographic Change and Local Differentiation – 2013, 2014 editions).
D1 Assessment: 
0 = not validated Demonstrated less than two years of experience in having deep knowledge on the selected theme and related policy challenges, including up to date practice, research, etc.
D.2. Ability to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process of in projects in which you have been involved: 
Over the years I have gained a strong experience in research field that returned me good abilities to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process of projects in which I have been involved. For more than 3 years, I was research fellow in the Landscape Observatory on the Po River Delta Region. During the 1st year, I mainly worked on the field, collecting and cataloging informations, interviewing the inhabitants, organizing various community-based participatory round tables and coordinating an international workshop in loco. In the following 2 years, I mainly worked defining new scenarios dealing both with the critical conditions and the potential resources of the Po delta region in order to stimulate the local debate and build share visions. In order to compare plans, projects and actions and identify best practices around Europe, I organized the international conference "Delta Landscapes in Europe: a Comparison" and arranged the “Atlas of the European Delta Landscape”. At the same time, I coordinated 3 editions of the “Summer School on the Po delta region” funded under the LLP Erasmus IP attended by teachers and students from several European universities engaged in researches on deltaic areas. Part of this research project has been selected for and exhibited at the 5th IABR of Rotterdam in 2012. The results are collected in 4 research reports, 5 books, 10 chapters or articles in books, 4 articles in journals, 2 papers in conference proceedings.
D2 Assessment: 
0 = not validated Provided less than two valid examples that demonstrate the ability to produce thematic inputs to feed in the learning process in projects in which he/she has been involved.
D.3. Ability to produce concise reports that incorporate learning from exchange & learning activities, put forward good practice: 
Both as practitioner and researcher I have gained a significant ability to produce concise reports and effective communication tools to suggest good practices and policy massages to stakeholders or to involve them in exchange and learning activities. I regularly present papers and posters at national and international conferences. I’m co-editor of 2 conference proceedings: • Anguillari E., et al. (2010), Paesaggi deltizi e territori fragili. Comparazioni, D-Library Iuav, Venezia; • Anguillari E., et al. (2011), Paesaggio e benessere, Franco Angeli, Milano: http://www.francoangeli.it/Ricerca/Scheda_libro.aspx?CodiceLibro=1151.1.11. I’m also co-editor of 2 LLP Erasmus Intensive Programme reports, resulting from a strong collaboration and exchange between researchers coming from several European universities and local administrators, inhabitants and practitioners involved in the fieldwork activities: • Anguillari E., et al. (2012), Delta Landscape 2100, Professionaldreamers, Trento: http://www.professionaldreamers.net/?p=2497#more-2497; • Anguillari E., et al. (2011), Delta Landscapes. Geographies, Scenarios, Identities, Papiroz, Kijswijk, The Netherlands. I have a good ability to communicate in an incisive and synthetic way, controlling info-design and digital tools. I presented the research work “Veneto 2100. Living With Water” in form of an itinerant exhibition at the 5th IABR of Rotterdam in 2012 and, later, at each case-study place investigated.
D3 Assessment: 
0 = validated Provided less than two example that demonstrate the ability to produce concise reports that incorporate learning from exchange and learning activities, put forward good practice and policy messages targeting city practitioners and urban policy-makers (for participants as well as for an external audience).
D.4. Understanding of how to maximize the use of project results for benefits in capitalization, policy design, awarenes: 
Both in research and professional activity, I'm mostly interested in a bottom-up approach in which the capitalization, the policy design and the awareness raising have to be developed and maximized since the beginning of the project as a constant learning exchange and a participative process. As an example, in the research-by-design “Veneto 2100. Living With Water”, I investigated the future challenges and the long term scenarios for the Veneto region due to the ongoing urban sprawling process and the increasing flooding and drought phenomena. The goal of the research was to use the knowledge gained from the research process to trigger a debate regarding current urban planning practice in water management. The scenario itself was imagined as an instrument to increase the awareness of administrators, professionals and local population. The results aim at provoking a reaction, stimulating a debate, reflecting on possible solutions, refining ideas. In this sense the scenario is a medium and not a product. The outputs prepared by a group of urban and landscape designers, anthropologists, hydraulic engineers, ecologists and graphic designers, were presented as research reports, drawings, info-graphics and video interviews and collected in an itinerant exhibition across the investigated areas. I was part of the scientific coordinator team and responsible for one of the three key studies.
D4 Assessment: 
0 = not validated Provided less than one example that demonstrates an understanding of how to maximize the use of project results for strategic benefits in capitalization, policy design, awareness raising, etc.
Assessment: 
I have a long experience in academic teaching, in lifelong learning activities and in workshops coordination. For 6 academic years, I has been Teaching Assistant at the University Iuav of Venice and since 2010 I’m Adjunct Professor in various universities. Currently I teach Urban Landscape Design at the University of Florence. I have been among the coordinators for 5 edictions of 2 different transnational didactic activities financed under the Lifelong Learning Erasmus Intensive Programme, attended by students and professors belonging to different European universities and disciplines. 0 = not validated The applicant is not validated for D "Employment, Human Capital and Labour Mobility", meeting 0 out of 4 criteria. No significant inconsistencies have been identified between the CV and application.

Informations

Residence location:
Italy
Languages:
Italian - Mother tongue
Foreign Languages level: 
Foreign languages: 
Email:
enrico.anguillari@gmail.com

Area of expertise