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    PhD in Architecture, Industrial Design and Cultural Heritage

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    PhD Coordinator: Prof. Arch. Paolo Giordano  | Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.

    PhD School: Human and Social Sciences

    Departments involved: Department of Architecture and Industrial Design, Department of Letters and Cultural Heritage

    Administrative Office: Department of Architecture and Industrial Design

     

    Duration: 3 years

     

    Methods of admission:

    • Analysis of qualifications
    • Written Trial
    • Oral Examination
    • English language test

     

    Admission procedures for graduate students abroad :

    • Analysis of qualifications

     

    Training objectives

    Training objectives

    The PhD in “Architecture, Industrial Design and Cultural Heritage” aims to provide a postgraduate training, third level, able to confer a title attesting that its holder is the author of a personal research, original and high scientific level. The title of Research Doctor is awarded after having carried out three-year training and research activities and after having successfully discussed the Doctoral Curriculum Thesis. The ownership of the PhD clarifies, along with the specific cultural skills of the disciplinary areas involved, the scope of operation of the same: the contemporary territory understood as the overlapping of material layers capable of defining the characteristics of identity resulting from the interaction between geographical realities, natural, and archaeological, architectural and artistic heritage, artificial type, obtained by the work of man. The territory is the melting pot of complex intangible networks structured thanks to the existence, as well as resistance and persistence, of ethno-anthropological characters that, over time and as a whole, have contributed to defining a specific linguistic, philosophical and literary activity capable of culturally characterizing the territories to which they belong. In a global and consumerist society, the recovery of the material and immaterial values of contemporary territories represents a primary objective for reversing.

     Expected occupational and professional outlets

    Expected occupational and professional outlets

    Universities, public administrations and private companies.

    The PhD in “Architecture, Industrial Design and Cultural Heritage” aims to build figures of high scientific education able to:

    • to offer support and technology transfer to companies operating in the field of architecture, design and cultural heritage;
    • managing complex systems in monitoring activities for territorial and environmental systems.
    • to manage problems related to noise pollution and the perception of sound in both closed and open spaces according to their vocation.
    • to manage the problems related to the rational use of energy in the built environment with reference to energy performance and the use of distributed systems for the production of small-scale energy powered by traditional, renewable and/or assimilated sources;
    • carry out the profession in the field of management, conservation and protection of Cultural Heritage, in the definition of territorial policies, in the field of use and enhancement of the assets, to conduct and manage archaeological excavations, planning and implementing interventions on museums and collections.

     

    Training activities

    Training activities:

    The PhD in “Architecture, Industrial Design and Cultural Heritage” offers basic courses, seminars with interdisciplinary experts and the possibility of attending short periods in research groups.

    PhD students produce at least two research products per year (Book chapters, Contributions in Conference Proceedings, Monographs, Articles in Magazine) to demonstrate the validity of the research project and the results achieved. At the end of each year of the Course, the PhD student draws up a report on the progress of the final thesis project. This report, countersigned by the Tutor, is submitted to the Teaching Board, which approves the transfer of the doctoral student to the next year of the course. All PhD students must carry out a period of study and/or research abroad of at least three months in the three-year period.

     

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