Martina Bosone is research fellow at CNR – IRISS from 2018 in the research program “Circular models leveraging investments in cultural heritage adaptive re-use (CLIC)“.
She has graduated in Architecture in 2015 at the University of Naples Federico II with the thesis “The Cultural Heritage as a Driver for the Economic Development: from the principles to the tools”.
She has frequented the PhD course, curriculum in “Sustainable Technologies, recovery and representation of the architecture and the environment”, at the Department of Architecture of the University of Naples Federico II, with an interdisciplinary thesis on the theme “Recovery and management of the common goods: reuse processes of the settlement systems”.
She has been component of different projects of search about the processes of functional reuse and regeneration of the cultural and landscape heritage founded on the model of circular economy, with particular reference to the participated trials of governance and to the aspects linked to the approaches and to the tools for the knowledge, the planning and the inclusive management of the common goods.
She is Member ICOMOS Italia; Member of the international Scientific Committee on the Economy of the Conservation (ISCEC); Partner of the Italian Society of the Technology of the Architecture (SITdA); Partner of the Association of Environmental Analysts (AAA).
She collaborates to the search activities of the Laboratory of Research on Creative and Sustainable Cities, Lead Partner of the World Urban Campaign, and of UN-Habitat Thematic Hub on Urban Regeneration with center in Naples.
From 2017 she belongs to the Editorial staff BDC of the magazine “BDC– Bollettino del Centro Calza Bini ” (eISSN 2284-4732, journal of Class A in ASN certification).
She is author of numerous publication among which articles in national and international scientific magazines, contributions in book, contributions in proceedings of conference, relationships of project and relationships of search as well as speaker in international and national lectures.