e-CHREA open webinar
Program and online registration will be through this website
A one-day event on the theme 'Building better Climate Heritage Europe' consisting of presentations as well as open discussions between all participants. Presentations will touch on specific aspects of the proposed main theme. 3 keynote speakers will be invited to address these themes. Participation is free of charge and open to all Heritage institutions as well as other stakeholders with an interest in higher education heritage preservation and adaptation.
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E1 Webinar: Boosting resilience of Europe’s cultural heritage to climate change
Thursday, 28 April, 2022, 10:00-16:00 (CET)
Call for Webinar
Built heritage in Europe and throughout the world is at risk of human-induced disasters and the impacts of climate change. Yet, heritage is also a key renewable resource for mitigating and adapting to climate change. Tackling climate change is this generation’s ultimate challenge and task, and the interaction among a variety of disciplines play a critical role in achieving resilient and sustainable built heritage in Europe. This multi/cross-disciplinary knowledge requires the development of innovative methods and tools, as well as capacities, to address the impact of climate change, to enhance the potential of heritage for building a comprehensive climate-sensitive and environmentally friendly academic and professional climate action.
The e-CREHA webinar titled “Boosting resilience of Europe’s cultural heritage to climate change” invites students, researchers, tutors, experts, professionals and policy makers to poster submissions on cross-cultural pedagogies in Heritage Learning, which presents best practices from both the academic and professional practice fields such as architecture and built environment, heritage studies, engineering, design, climate science, software technologies and informatics, tourism and geography, etc. Poster submissions that focus on the topics of resilience, vulnerability, impact, adaptation and mitigation are particularly welcome, but any topic relevant to climate resilience heritage will be taken into consideration. The webinar will focus on three themes that will be covered in three poster sessions initiated by three keynote speakers:
Theme 1 - Vulnerability and impact assessment
Theme 2 – Knowledge and mitigation efforts
Theme 3 – Adaptation of built heritage
Posters will be peer-reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee based on originality, significance, quality, and clarity. Abstracts of accepted posters will be included in the e-CREHA book and will be displayed on the project website (www.ecreha.org).
Participation is free of charge. The webinar is supported by the e-CREHA Erasmus+ K2 Project 2020-2023.
The Webinar will be held via ZOOM on April 28, 2022. The Webinar link
March 04, 2022: Abstract submission
March 17, 2022: Notification of results
April 14, 2022: Poster submission (to be published in the e-book)
Submissions must be in English and anonymous.
Abstract: Abstract is up to 1000 words. Please indicate the theme that you address, along with the abstract title and max. 5 keywords.
Abstract Submission: Submit your abstract
Poster Submission: Posters will be uploaded after the notification of accepted abstracts.
When preparing your poster and abstract, please use the correct template and follow the formatting instructions to reduce the need for revisions after acceptance.
For accepted posters, at least one of the poster authors must attend the webinar. The author(s) will have 10 minutes to present objectives, contents, methods and outputs of the poster.
Format of the presentation: Power Point
For more information, please contact the Organization Committee.
Dr. Irene Curulli, Dr. Deniz İkiz Kaya, Burçin Yılmaz, Tom Veeger, Steffie de Gaetano, Dr. Sara Berahman (TU/e)
Dr. Nur Çağlar, Dr. Pelin Gürol Öngören, Dr. Sibel Acar, Aslı Özbek (TOBB ETU)
Dr. Lazaros Mavromatidis (INSA)
Dr. Rossella Nocera, Dr. Luciano De Bonis (UniMol)
Dr. Paloma Guzman (NIKU)
Dr. M. Gabriella Trovato (NMBU)
Dr. Davide Delfino (Universidade de Coimbra)
Dr. Ege Yıldırım (Independent heritage planner)
Dr. Pelin Gürol Öngören, Dr. Sibel Acar, Aslı Özbek (TOBB ETU), Burçin Yılmaz (TU/e)