Organised by the European Commission as a key event of 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage, the “Fair of European Innovators in Cultural Heritage” will take place on 15-16 November 2018 in Brussels.
Under the framework of H2020 research project CLIC (Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse), ICHEC welcomed four masters students to undertake their internships at ICHEC and abroad.
Within the CLIC project, WP1 deals with identifying the best practices on the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage. For this reason, a survey platform is developed and launched by TU/e with the help of Facility Live and CNR-IRISS. This first level survey aims to enable European Cities to supply their best practices and their necessary associated data.
The process for Heritage Innovation Partnerships (HIPs) has been launched! A first local meeting in Gothenburg (19 September 2018) – organised by Västra Götaland Region and Uppsala University, ICLEI, ICHEC, – started the entire dialogues’ sessions.
On Tuesday, September 18, a Seminar on Circular Business Models has been held at the CNR IRISS with Dr. Roberta De Angelis, research fellow at the University of Exeter (University of Exeter Business School).
Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future: High-level European Parliament Conference – Discourse of prof. Luigi Fusco Girard
Prof. Luigi Fusco Girard, CLIC Scientific Coordinator, has been invited to talk at the High-level European Parliament Conference the 26th of June 2018 “Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future”, on the future of European cultural heritage.
Prof. Luigi Fusco Girard, CLIC Scientific Coordinator, will take part as keynote speaker in the high-level EU Parliament Conference “Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future” on 26th June.
An international co-design Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) workshop organised by TU/e Eindhoven University of Technology on 30-31 May 2018
Laboratory of Transdisciplinary “Best practices on the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage for a circular economy”
Organized by Eindhoven University of Technology, the first CLIC Laboratory of Transdisciplinary (LabT) will take place on May 29th in Eindhoven involving researchers, entrepreneurs, public body representatives and civil society organizations to look at best practices of adaptive reuse of cultural heritage for circular economy.
The Innovation and Cultural heritage conference website has been recently launched. This high-level conference will be held in Brussels, Royal Museum of Arts and History, on Tuesday 20 March 2018.