Francesca Salvo, SIEV

The seminar intends to face the issue of the value of spaces in the digital revolution. The spread of information and communication technologies has outlined the birth and development of new models, strategies and paradigms, whose common denominator is the high degree of automation and interconnection, the founding element of that epochal turning point known as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”. One of the main directions of this phenomenon is represented by the design of physical or digital environments in which human beings and technological systems interact in increasingly open, connected, coordinated and intelligent ecosystems.
Efficiency and eco-sustainability will be crucial factors in this direction.
Attention will be paid to the following topics:

ENVIRONMENTAL ECOSYSTEMS: efficiency and energy saving; waste management and material consumption; green economy and circular economy; sustainable urban planning; sustainable mobility;

ECONOMIC ECOSYSTEMS: entrepreneurship; smart working; incubators and research centers;

SOCIAL ECOSYSTEMS: health; safety; smart education; e-democracy / e-government; tourism.

The seminar, which will take place in mixed mode (presence and online), is addressed at scholars of issues relating to real estate valuation, urban development, project evaluation and the sociology of the environment and the territory.

If you are interested to participate at the development of the program of this conference, you can leave us a comment or a suggestion in the following section “contributions”.


2.30 pm – Welcome and greetings:
Stefano Stanghellini, URBIT President
Michele Talia, INU President
Paolo Rosato, President SIEV

3.00 p.m. – Presentation:
Francesca Salvo, Professor of Estimo UNICAL

3.10 pm – Introductory Reports:

High-impact value generation: public space for adaptive cities
Alessandra Oppio,
Politecnico di Milano

On the limits and function of estimation, for a theological approach to space estimation in the post-COVID digital age
Vincenzo Del Giudice, “Federico II” University of Napoli

The economic and social value of natural spaces in the urban ecosystem
Paola Cannavò

Innovation and sustainability in urban regeneration processes
Patrizia Lombardi

16.00 – Paper presentation:

The values of hybrid spaces of mutualism: from the self-organisation of digital solidarity networks to the definition of crowd-sourced spatial information systems for resilient urban strategies
Maria Cerreta, Simona Panaro, Maria Reitano

A methodological approach for the analysis of market phenomena that condition the purchase choices of residential property in the Italian context
Pierluigi Morano, Francesco Tajani, Marco Locurcio, Felicia Di Liddo, Rossana Ranieri

Smart property appraisals for smart homes
Francesca Salvo, Manuela De Ruggiero, Daniela Tavano

The city of algorithms
Massimo Zupi, Pierfrancesco Celani

Covid-scape. Creativity and responsibility in comparison in the economic revival of abandoned territories
Carmelo Marisca, Salvatore Giuffrida, Maria Rosa Trovato

Visionary urban solutions for improving the health and well-being of citizens. Methodological approach and evaluation implications
Adriano Bisello

Collaborative governance processes of tourism-cultural enhancement for the development of marginal areas in the South of Italy 
Lucia Della Spina

Physical space VS digital space: exploring new housing needs through the use of a model of choice
Marta Bottero, Marina Bravi, Caterina Caprioli, Federico Dell’Anna, Marta Dell’Ovo, Alessandra Oppio

Rethinking the waiting space. Multi-criteria assessment applied to a co-design experiment on inclusive and safe accessibility to public transport: the “Safe and Smart Stop” case
Irina Di Ruocco, Alessio D’Auria

18.30 – Conclusions

Curators and speakers:
Stefano Stanghellini INU - URBIT
Architect, former President of the Inu and Full Professor of Estimo at the Iuav University of Venezia, he has directed his most recent work on the multidimensional feasibility of urban projects.
Michele Talia INU
Michele Talia is full professor of Urban Planning at the School of Architecture and Design of the University of Camerino. As a public administration consultant he has coordinated the design groups of the Structural Plan and Urban Regulations of the Municipality of Siena and the Strategic Plan of the Province of Teramo.
Vincenzo Del Giudice "Federico II" University of Napoli
Full Professor, Dean of SSD Icar 22-Estimo. Author of more than 100 publications and contributions also with international circulation in the fields of real estate, real estate rights, property restrictions, damage to private and public property, financial and economic evaluations of investment projects. Already reference in the estimation field of various public and private institutions.
Paola Cannavò University of Calabria
Associate Professor of Urban Planning Technique at the University of Calabria. She is currently President of Agenda Tevere and coordinator of the Technical Secretariat of the Tiber River Contract from Castel Giubileo to the river. Since 2004 she has been Benemerita della Cultura e dell'Arte della Repubblica Italiana.