Daniele Demarco is a researcher at CNR since 2014. From 2012 to 2014 he worked as a research associate.
After getting a Master’s Degree with Honors at Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (2005), he earned a post-graduate Master’s degree in Journalism at Scuola di Giornalismo dell’Università Suor Orsola Benincasa (2008) and a PhD in Modern and Contemporary Philosophy at Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane (2011). Additionally, he is a member of Italy’s ODG, Ordine dei Giornalisti (the nation’s Professional Journalists Register).
As a researcher, Demarco has employed his philosophical background in many fields of application related to Cnr – Iriss activities. Specifically, his research methodology is characterized by a strong interdisciplinary approach, focusing chiefly on sustainable development, tourism and local identity.
In the field of the activities carried out by Cnr – Iriss, Demarco collaborated to many research projects, such as “Neoluoghi”, a project that aims at identifying innovative solutions to enhance cultural experience in our cities. Furthermore, Demarco has been a member of the scientific and organizational committee of the conference “The sea and the city. Urban culture and maritime culture for the sustainable development of coastal urban areas” and a member of the organizational committee of the conference “The sea and the city 2.0.
Participation and sharing for the sustainable local development in Naples”. Demarco has also published articles in conference proceedings, specialized magazine as well as a monograph.