Stefania Ragozino, Ph.D., is researcher at CNR – IRISS, working within the project “Place-based strategies for local development”.
Graduated with honors as architect and Philosopher Doctor, she developed part of the Ph.D. thesis at the Plymouth University (UK) (Short Term Mobility CNR 2014) cooperating with the social cultural enterprise RIO, which is engaged in the heritage-led regeneration process of the deprived neighbourhood of Devonport.
Her main interests regard heritage-led regeneration processes, based on participatory models and innovative economic models as circular economy, and decisional processes.
During the period of time 2013-2015, she participated in the 7th FP “BESECURE” project by developing the fieldwork of the Naples case study. In the period 2013-2015, she participated in the “Estudio de la Amenaza Sísmica y Vulnerabilidad Físicadel Gran Santo Domingo” project within UNDP initiatives by working fieldworks on site. At the present time, she is participating in the H2020 “CLIC” research project of which the IRISS is the main coordinator.
In 2016, she won the Edoardo Mollica Award category “Urban Regeneration”, and in 2017 one of hers papers has been selected in the call “InnovationStories.0” of Urban@it.
Since 2015 she is member of the Istituto Nazionale di Urbanistica (INU) and responsible member of the AESOP Thematic Group “Public Space and Urban Culture”, since 2017 she is member of the Italian National Committee ICOMOS.
She is author of contributions in national and international journals and volumes. She has been invited as scientific committe member, keynote speaker and discussant within international conferences; she is guest editor of the “Public Space for Local Life” special issue of the journal Urbani Izziv. She reviewed contributions for BDC, TRIA, ISTH2020 and Sustainability.