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Advancing Resilience of Historic Areas against Climate-related and other Hazards

Risultati finali

State-of-the-art reports of concepts, approaches, standards, and technologies

This document will describe the review process employed for conducting the reviews under T7.1 and combine the six ‘state of the art’ reviews into an overall report.

Communication and dissemination strategy

The communication and dissemination strategy will establish the approach and methods of communicating with the project’s target groups and disseminating results. This document will establish the project’s key messages, identify target audiences and define tactics and products to be employed.

Case studies report

This report will gather and analyse the cities experiences and lessons learnt regarding the activities implemented in this project to enhance resilience of historic assets and include the aspects mentioned in T37

Inventory & characterisation report of funding opportunities

The report consists of an inventory of funding opportunities financing models tools and fundraising approaches available from the public and private finance sectors and also from some of the most important financial and public institutions at international European and national levels Specific attention will be paid for the sustainable and ethic social finance opportunitiesIn addition the report classifies the funding opportunities using the applicability requirements considering the foreseen environmental technologic economic social and institutional criteria underlying the value added of the selected options in terms of effectiveness value creation optimised opportunities and minimised risk discussed and approved by the target communities

Report on clustering activities

This document will report on the conducted clustering activities document the project mapping and will also include the joint white paper

CIPCast DSS modification and integration

This deliverable will describe the performed modifications to the CIPCast DSS the data inserted in the DSS and the procedures to prepare the use of the instruments for its adaptation in the pilot city test cases The integration of CIPCast with the ARCH disaster risk management framework will also be described and the subsequent way in which resilienceenhancing strategies could be evaluated by using the appropriate combination of the two tools and the use of synthetic scenarios

Requirements description

This document will describe the elicited and consolidated user needs and functional as well as non-functional stakeholder requirements from T7.4 and T3.4.5. Due to the agile nature of the co-creation process, new requirements might emerge during the project lifetime. Therefore, D7.5 is a living document that will be updated whenever new requirements are identified.

Report on co-creating the information system

This deliverable will report on the cocreation activities conducted for the historic areas and hazard information management systems Specifically it will report on the conducted local workshops organised to share information obtained by survey campaigns and monitoring activities and to illustrate the functionalities of the information systems It will describe how the workshops were conducted which stakeholders were involved which results were gathered how the results were addressed and which lessons were learned as a result of the process

Mapping and characterisation of experiences and good practices

This document will cover a mapping and characterisation of existing experiences and good practices in Europe and internationally. In addition, it will include the definition of common metrics for experiences and good practices to establish their replicability.

Evaluation report of the ARCH management platform

This deliverable will report on the employed evaluation process How was the evaluation conducted which stakeholders were involved which results were gathered how were the results addressed and which lessons were learned as a result of the evaluation process

City baseline report

This report will summarise the baseline regarding historic areas in the pilot cities including the regulatory framework governance structures the role of the pilot cities in the management of the historic areas expected climate change impacts and environmental hazards and a preliminary assessment of the resilience of the historic areas

Local partnerships & work plan for each pilot city

This report will summarise the results of the stakeholder mapping in each of the pilot cities and include an engagement plan for the project duration. In addition, Each of the pilot cities will develop a work plan for the local activities including timeframe and stakeholders to be involved as well as an overview on the co-creation activities.

Handbook on Heritage Asset Vulnerability

This handbook will describe the developed state indices quality parameters and damage functions and how to employ them for vulnerability assessments of historic areas It will contain amongst others descriptions of interrelation between heritage assets and the social and economic fabric the requirements for ensuring service continuity and the impacts that local economic crises might have on the fate of fragile territories

Digital Twin models for impact assessment

This report will describe the developed and adapted models and methods designed for the impact assessment based on heritage asset and Digital Twin models

ARCH disaster risk management framework

This document describes ARCH’s disaster risk management framework for assessing and improving the resilience of historic areas.

Report on co-creating the Impact and Risk Assessment

This deliverable will report on the cocreation activities conducted for the Impact and Risk Assessment and the results obtained For each of the four pilot cities it will include an exante assessment of the historic areas the identification of the analysed crisis scenarios the assessment of the potential damages and impacts on the heritage assets and the resulting exante assessment and the possible crisis evolution when specific strategies and tools identified in the project would have been deployed

Guideline on ARCH co-creation approach

This document will describe the co-creation framework of the project, including a definition of ‘co-creation’, rules for co-creation (e.g. regular contact, documentation of correspondence / results), frequently encountered obstacles and potential options to address these, as well as employed monitoring techniques (if any).

Standardisation strategy & conducted activities

This document lists the identified potential gaps in the existing standards repository and assesses the project results regarding potential transformation into standards It includes a strategy on how to proceed in terms of standardisation within this project and a review of a workshop conducted with projects funded by the same call assessing the outcomes regarding the integration of further potential tools for the envisaged standardsIn addition this document gives an overview of the conducted standardisation activities the involvement with technical committees the draft CEN Workshop Agreements and the next steps that have to be taken

Hazard models for impact assessment

This report will describe the developed and adapted models and methods designed for the impact assessment based on environmental and heritage asset data

IoT Platform for Digital Twin

This report will describe the architecture of the IoT Platform and how to deliver IoT sensing data to the management system And the protocol and data format of captured data by IoT sensors will be provided

Interface specification and system architecture

This document describes the overall system architecture and definitions of interfaces between the overall system and system components from WPs 4 5 and 6

Assessment of long-term implementation options

Contains a report describing the methodology followed in T62 regarding assessment of the longterm implementation options according to different performance criteria Sustainability resilient economy social and institutional criteria The report will also include the results from the pilot city case studies

Visual identity, promotional pack, and Website

The visual identity and promotional pack will provide guidance on use of the project’s colours, logos, funding acknowledgement and placement of EU emblem in project outputs, and will provide boilerplate text for communicating the project and its aims for a variety of target groups. The website deliverable document will demonstrate the first version of the ARCH website and will justify the relevant design decisions, as well as detailing future plans for the website’s further development as project results become available.


From Ceramit to Asphalt. Historical Analysis of the Public Space Surfaces in the Center of Bratislava City during the 20th Century.

Autori: Lívia Šišláková, Anna Gondová, Zuzana Zvarová
Pubblicato in: Man, Building and Urban Planning. Book of Abstracts., Issue 14, 2020, Page(s) 22-23, ISBN 978-80-01-06782-6
Editore: Czech Technical University in Prague

The Standardization Process as a Chance for Conceptual Refinement of a Disaster Risk Management Framework: The ARCH Project

Autori: Rene Lindner; Daniel Lückerath; Katharina Milde; Oliver Ullrich; Saskia Maresch; Katherine Peinhardt; Vasileios Latinos; Josune Hernantes; Carmen Jaca
Pubblicato in: Volume 13, Issue 2, 2021, ISSN 2071-1050
Editore: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su132112276

Metrics for short-term coastal characterization, protection and planning decisions of Sentina Natural Reserve, Italy

Autori: A. Acciarri, C. Bisci, G. Cantalamessa, S. Cappucci, M. Conti, G. Di Pancrazio, F. Spagnoli, E. Valentini
Pubblicato in: Ocean & Coastal Management, Issue 201, 2021, Page(s) 105472, ISSN 0964-5691
Editore: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2020.105472

Decay assessment of stone-built cultural heritage: The case study of the cosenza cathedral façade (south calabria, italy)

Autori: Antonio Donato; Luciana Randazzo; Michela Ricca; Natalia Rovella; Matteo Collina; Nicola Ruggieri; Francesco Dodaro; Antonio Costanzo; Maria Francesca Alberghina; Salvatore Schiavone; Maria Fabrizia Buongiorno; Mauro Francesco La Russa
Pubblicato in: Remote Sensing, Issue 13(19), 2022, Page(s) 3925, ISSN 2072-4292
Editore: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/rs13193925

A comprehensive system for semantic spatiotemporal assessment of risk in urban areas

Autori: Alex Coletti, Antonio De Nicola, Antonio Di Pietro, Luigi La Porta, Maurizio Pollino, Vittorio Rosato, Giordano Vicoli, Maria Luisa Villani
Pubblicato in: Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Issue 28/3, 2020, Page(s) 178-193, ISSN 0966-0879
Editore: Blackwell Publishing Inc.
DOI: 10.1111/1468-5973.12309

A Technological System for Post-Earthquake Damage Scenarios Based on the Monitoring by Means of an Urban Seismic Network

Autori: Antonio Costanzo; Sergio Falcone; Antonino D'Alessandro; Giovanni Vitale; Sonia Giovinazzi; Michele Morici; Andrea Dall'Asta; Maria Fabrizia Buongiorno
Pubblicato in: Sensors, Issue 21(23), 2021, Page(s) 7887, ISSN 1424-8220
Editore: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/s21237887

Assessment of State Transition Dynamics of Coastal Wetlands in Northern Venice Lagoon, Italy

Autori: Andrea Taramelli, Emiliana Valentini, Laura Piedelobo, Margherita Righini, Sergio Cappucci
Pubblicato in: Sustainability, Issue 13/8, 2021, Page(s) 4102, ISSN 2071-1050
Editore: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su13084102

Effectiveness of the “Ecological Beach” Model: Beneficial Management of Posidonia Beach Casts and Banquette

Autori: Alice Rotini, Stefania Chiesa, Loredana Manfra, Patrizia Borrello, Raffaella Piermarini, Cecilia Silvestri, Sergio Cappucci, Luca Parlagreco, Saverio Devoti, Marco Pisapia, Carla Creo, Tiziana Mezzetti, Alfonso Scarpato, Luciana Migliore
Pubblicato in: Water, Issue 12/11, 2020, Page(s) 3238, ISSN 2073-4441
Editore: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/w12113238

Assessing Earthquake Impacts and Monitoring Resilience of Historic Areas: Methods for GIS Tools

Autori: Sonia Giovinazzi; Corinna Marchili; Antonio Di Pietro; Ludovica Giordano; Antonio Costanzo; Luigi La Porta; Maurizio Pollino; Vittorio Rosato; Daniel Lückerath; Katharina Milde; Oliver Ullrich
Pubblicato in: ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, Issue 10(7), 2021, Page(s) 461, ISSN 2220-9964
Editore: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/ijgi10070461

Co-operating with Municipal Partners on Indicator Identification and Data Acquisition

Autori: Oliver Ullrich, Manfred Bogen, Daniel Lückerath, Erich Rome
Pubblicato in: SNE Simulation Notes Europe, Issue 29/4, 2019, Page(s) 159-168, ISSN 2305-9974
Editore: ARGESIM Publisher
DOI: 10.11128/sne.29.on.10491

Assessment of the Anthropogenic Sediment Budget of a Littoral Cell System (Northern Tuscany, Italy)

Autori: Sergio Cappucci, Duccio Bertoni, Luigi Enrico Cipriani, Gianfranco Boninsegni, Giovanni Sarti
Pubblicato in: Water, Issue 12/11, 2020, Page(s) 3240, ISSN 2073-4441
Editore: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/w12113240

Urban Seismic Network Based on MEMS Sensors: The Experience of the Seismic Observatory in Camerino (Marche, Italy)

Autori: Vitale, Giovanni, Antonino D’Alessandro, Andrea Di Benedetto, Anna Figlioli, Antonio Costanzo, Stefano Speciale, Quintilio Piattoni, and Leonardo Cipriani
Pubblicato in: Sensors, Issue 22(12), 2022, Page(s) 4335, ISSN 1424-8220
Editore: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/s22124335

Lessons Learned from Applying Adaptation Pathways in Heatwave Risk Management in Antwerp and Key Challenges for Further Development

Autori: Mendizabal, M.; Peña, N.; Hooyberghs, H.; Lambrechts, G.; Sepúlveda, J.; Zorita, S.
Pubblicato in: Sustainability, Issue 20711050, 2021, Page(s) 11481, ISSN 2071-1050
Editore: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su132011481

Local Geology and Seismic-Induced Damages: The Case of Amatrice (Central Italy)

Autori: Sergio Cappucci, Giacomo Buffarini, Ludovica Giordano, Salomon Hailemikael, Guido Martini, Maurizio Pollino
Pubblicato in: Computational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA 2020 - 20th International Conference, Cagliari, Italy, July 1–4, 2020, Proceedings, Part II, Issue 12250, 2020, Page(s) 950-962, ISBN 978-3-030-58801-4
Editore: Springer International Publishing
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-58802-1_68

Climate Change Impact and Vulnerability Analysis in the City of Bratislava: Application and Lessons Learned

Autori: Daniel Lückerath, Eva Streberová, Manfred Bogen, Erich Rome, Oliver Ullrich, Eva Pauditsová
Pubblicato in: Critical Information Infrastructures Security - 14th International Conference, CRITIS 2019, Linköping, Sweden, September 23–25, 2019, Revised Selected Papers, Issue 11777, 2020, Page(s) 83-94, ISBN 978-3-030-37669-7
Editore: Springer International Publishing
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-37670-3_7

Applying Simulation to Advance Resilience of Historic Areas to Climate Change and Natural Hazards

Autori: Katharina Milde, Sonia Giovinazzi, Daniel Lückerath, Oliver Ullrich, Maurizio Pollino, Erich Rome, Vittorio Rosato
Pubblicato in: Proceedings ASIM SST 2020, Issue 59, 2020, Page(s) 453-460, ISBN 9783901608933
Editore: ARGESIM Publisher Vienna
DOI: 10.11128/arep.59.a59063

Autonomous Aerial Systems in Service of Cultural Heritage Protection from Climate Change Effects

Autori: Artur Krukowski and Emmanouela Vogiatzaki
Pubblicato in: International Euro-Mediterranean Conference (EuroMed2020), Issue 8th, 2020
Editore: UNESCO (organizer) & Springer (proceedings)
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4269654

Specification of the planning process of adaptation urban areas with historic objects to climate change

Autori: Eva Pauditšová, Eva Streberová, Daniel Lückerath, Katharina Milde, Kilian Nickel, Anna Gondová, Margareta Musilová, Erich Rome, Oliver Ullrich, Ingrid Konrad, Manfred Bogen
Pubblicato in: 2020
Editore: Adapt Northern Heritage Conference

The Pavement Handbook for the Bratislava City Historic Areas - Contribution on How toMake the Heritage Cities More Resilient in the Era of Climate Change.

Autori: Anna Gondová, Lívia Šišláková
Pubblicato in: 2020
Editore: University of Kent

Sensing in Service of Cultural Heritage Protection from Negative Effects of Climate Change

Autori: Artur KRUKOWSKI, Emmanouela VOGIATZAKI
Pubblicato in: Sensors Technologies International conference 2021 (Sensors’2021), 2021
Editore: SETCOR (
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6806263

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