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

ARCH will develop a unified disaster risk management framework for assessing and improving the resilience of historic areas to climate change-related and other hazards. This will be achieved by developing tools and methodologies that will be combined into a collaborative disaster risk management platform for local authorities and practitioners, the urban population, and (inter)national expert communities. To support decision-making at appropriate stages of the management cycle, different models, methods, tools, and datasets will be designed and developed. These include: technological means of determining the condition of tangible and intangible cultural objects, as well as large historic areas; information management systems for georeferenced properties of historic areas and hazards; simulation models for what-if analysis, ageing and hazard simulation; an inventory of potential resilience enhancing and reconstruction measures, assessed for their performance; a risk-oriented vulnerability assessment methodology suitable for both policy makers and practitioners; a pathway design to plan the resilience enhancement and reconstruction of historic areas; and an inventory of financing means, categorised according to their applicability in different contexts. The project ensures that results and deliverables are applicable and relevant by applying a co-creation process with local policy makers, practitioners, and community members. This includes the pilot cities Bratislava, Camerino, Hamburg, and Valencia. The results of the co-creation processes with the pilot cities will be disseminated to a broader circle of other European municipalities and practitioners. ARCH includes a European Standardisation organization (DIN) as a partner in order to prepare materials that ensure that resilience and reconstruction of historic areas can be progressed in a systematic way, through European standardisation, which will ensure practical applicability and reproducibility.

Start date/End Date: 36 mesi –  1/06/2019 End date 31/05/2022

Totale  Finanziamento:  € 5 999 962,50

Budget quota UNICAM: € 356 802,50

Info at Cordis: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/223249/factsheet/en

 

 

Acronimo: 
ARCH
Soggetto finaziatore: 
Horizon 2020 - H2020-LC-CLA-2018-2
Programma di Finanziamento e bando: 
Horizon 2020
Numero del progetto/Contratto: 
820999
Responsabile Scientifico: 
Prof. Andrea Dall’Asta
Scuola / Struttura: 
ruolo Unicam: 
Partner
Partner: 
Nome: 
FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
Stato: 
Germany
Ruolo: 
Coordinator
Nome: 
ICLEI EUROPEAN SECRETARIAT GMBH (ICLEI EUROPASEKRETARIAT GMBH)
Stato: 
Germany
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
DIN DEUTSCHES INSTITUT FUER NORMUNG E.V.
Stato: 
Germany
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION
Stato: 
Spain
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
AGENZIA NAZIONALE PER LE NUOVE TECNOLOGIE, L'ENERGIA E LO SVILUPPO ECONOMICO SOSTENIBILE
Stato: 
Italy
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
ISTITUTO NAZIONALE DI GEOFISICA E VULCANOLOGIA
Stato: 
Italy
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
RESEARCH FOR SCIENCE, ART AND TECHNOLOGY (RFSAT) LIMITED
Stato: 
Ireland
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
MESTSKY USTAV OCHRANY PAMIATOK
Stato: 
Slovakia
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
UNIVERZITA KOMENSKEHO V BRATISLAVE
Stato: 
Slovakia
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
HLAVNE MESTO SLOVENSKEJ REPUBLIKY BRATISLAVA
Stato: 
Slovakia
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
FUNDACION DE LA COMUNITAT VALENCIANA PARA LA PROMOCION ESTRATEGICA EL DESARROLLO Y LA INNOVACION URBANA
Stato: 
Spain
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
COMUNE DI CAMERINO
Stato: 
Italy
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI DI CAMERINO
Stato: 
Italy
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
FREIE UND HANSESTADT HAMBURG
Stato: 
Germany
Ruolo: 
Partner
Nome: 
SOGESCA s.r.l.
Stato: 
Italy
Ruolo: 
Partner
Tipo di finaziamento: 
Horizon 2020