Silvia Iodice is a Research Fellow at CNR-IRISS since 2018 as part of the Horizon 2020 project “CLIC” Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse.
She graduated in Architecture in 2015 at the University of Naples Federico II, with a thesis entitled: “Evaluation in urban planning: the Operational Urban Plan of Cava De’ Tirreni”.
She attended the Ph.D. in Architecture, thematic area: Urban Planning and Evaluation, at the Department of Architecture of the University of Naples Federico II, with a thesis entitled: “Urban Metabolism and Construction & Demolition Waste. Life Cycle Assessment as a tool to support the territorial regeneration”.
As part of the Ph.D., she conducted an internship abroad at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission (Seville, Spain).
She carries out research in relation to Life Cycle Assessment and to Urban Metabolism evaluation methods and ecosystem services. She is also interested in Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis integrated with Geographic Information Systems for the development of Spatial Decision Support Systems, using ecological, economic and social indicators for the enhancement of cultural and natural heritage.
She is included in international research projects and collaborates on the activities of the Laboratory of Research on Creative and Sustainable Cities.
She participates as speaker at scientific conferences held both in Italy and abroad and is author of articles in international journals, some of them in indexed Scopus journals. She is also reviewer of the “Aestimum” journal and of “Waste Management. International Journal of Integrated Waste Management, Science and Technology”.
Since 2017, she is member of the editorial staff of the “BDC” journal – Bollettino del Centro Calzabini (eISSN 2284-4732, Class A magazine within ASN).
She is member of ICOMOS Italy and of Associazione Analisti Ambientali (AAA).