Quagliuolo Maurizio

Maurizio Quagliuolo starts co-operating with CNR – IRISS in August 2017 on the basis of a research grant for activities linked to the area of Innovazione e Management dei Servizi, aimed to the development of the methodological framework of the project “Quality vs. Quality: Guidelines for an Adequate Approach to Tourism at Cultural Sites and Destinations through Quality Management of Cultural Heritage© according to the HGES model”.

He achieved the Bachelor’s degree in Humanities with specialization in Archaeology (110/110 cum laude) at Università Sapienza, then obtaining a two-years Cultural Heritage Management Master degree at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 1998.

Archaeologist, museologist and cultural heritage manager with more than 35 years of experience, he has successfully coordinated and concluded 197 projects in Italy and abroad, having visited 34 Countries, dealing with: Trans-disciplinary Planning; Cultural Heritage Education; Integrated Territorial Communication; Informative Systems at Museums; Information Technology; Valorization of Cultural Destinations related to Tourism; Third Parties’ Projects Evaluation. He participated in drafting documents, guidelines and international declarations on invitation by: UNESCO, World Bank, UNEP,UN-WTO, ICCROM, PNUD, OCSE.

Co-organizer and professor in 1999-2018 IP Erasmus/ErasmusPlus based at Instituto Politecnico di Tomar, among which the one Golden Prize awarded, he tought at Università di Napoli Federico II, Amsterdam University, Università di Genova, Vilnius University, Università IULM, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Universidade Federal da Vale do Rio Doce and at the Ministry for Culture and Tourism for its officers.

He has edited 15 volumes and written 57 articles on his academic subjects of research in Italian, English, Spanish, Portuguese and French.

He is member of the Board at Fondazione ENOTRIA ONLUS per la ricerca e le tecnologie innovative nei settori Beni  Culturali, Ambiente e Turismo and Secretary-General at HERITY, International Organization for Quality Management of Cultural Heritage©.