R3C - RESPONSIBLE RISK RESILIENCE CENTRE

A new reference point for research on Resilience

R3C is the first Italian research centre with specific tasks to promote adapting and resilient strategies to address natural and humanʼs related risks ensuring the good safety of territorial and cultural heritage.

R3C aims at studying environmental and socio-economic vulnerabilities of territorial systems offering resilient models and solutions to support institutions and local communities to address the challenges posed by the ongoing global transition adequately.

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WHAT IS TERRITORIAL RESILIENCE? R3C DEFINES A PROACTIVE MEANING FOR SPATIAL PLANNING

we assume that “territorial resilience” is an emerging concept capable of aiding with the decision. We purpose to define territorial resilience as an “emerging concept” since the SETSs approach considers the dynamic non-linear interaction between the endogenous characters of the system and its exogenous transient shocks, chronic stresses and their sudden or slow changing conditions that affects both the patrimony and the governance system. In this view, urban planning is part of the resilience itself since it considers in a general an holistic view the SETSs by a normative and urban design perspective and therefore assumes the co-evolutionary vision of communities.

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R3C INTERNATIONAL ACTIVE PARTNERSHIP

We are delighted to inform that R3C is a supporting partner and promotes the Summer School on Urban Resilience organized by SDU – University of Southern Denmark, Aalborg University Denmark and BloxHub. During the Summer School, specific lectures will be tenured also by Prof. Grazia Brunetta and Dr. Ombretta Caldarice that are among the Expert Committee of the School.

The summer school will bring together researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, during an intensive eight days course from 12-19 September 2019 in Copenhagen.

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GETTY FOUNDATION: POLITECNICO DI TORINO WINNED THE COMPETITION FOR TORINO ESPOSIZIONI

"Keeping it modern" is the program of the Getty Foundation which aims to select and finance conservation projects for buildings and structures that have the potential to become models of recovery for 20th century architecture, applying innovative methods and techniques. The Politecnico di Torino wined a "grant" of 200 thousand dollars by a joint initiative that involves Italian, European and US researchers, led by the vice scientific coordinator of the R3C Centre Prof. Rosario Ceravolo.

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"Keeping it modern" is the program of the Getty Foundation which aims to select and finance conservation projects for buildings and structures that have the potential to become models of recovery for 20th century architecture, applying innovative methods and techniques. The Politecnico di Torino wined a "grant" of 200 thousand dollars by a joint initiative that involves Italian, European and US researchers, led by the vice scientific coordinator of the R3C Centre Prof. Rosario Ceravolo.