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Universita degli Studi di Camerino, Italy

The University of Camerino (UNICAM), founded in 1336, includes five University Schools: Architecture and Design, Biosciences and Veterinary Medicine, Law, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Health Products, Sciences and Technologies. The School of Architecture and Design, established in 1991, has its representative office in the historic former cloister of the Annunziata within the Parco della Rimembranza located in the highest part of the city of Ascoli Piceno. The School has the study and culture of design science as the central point of its activity and collects contributions from many disciplines. The educational activity is divided into two first-level study courses in Architectural Sciences (L17), Industrial and Environmental Design (L4), and two master’s degree courses in Architecture (LM4) and Computational Design (LM12).Professors, researchers, young PhD students, research fellows, students, and technical staff are constantly engaged in the development of scientific and cultural activities aimed at reading, critically interpreting, and transforming, directly or indirectly, the city, the built landscape, and the panorama of objects and information that belong to everyday life.

University of Camerino
Piazza Cavour 19/f 62032 Camerino
MC, Italy

Partner Organizations

The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus

The Cyprus Institute (CyI) is a non-profit research and educational institution located in Nicosia, Cyprus, with a strong scientific and technological orientation, emphasizing international collaborations, cross-disciplinary research, innovation, and post-graduate education. CyI, through its established research centres, addresses challenging issues that are important at both the regional and international levels. Many of its research activities are being carried out in partnership with leading institutions in the respective thematic areas. The Energy, Environment and Water Research Centre (EEWRC) was the first Research Centre of CyI and comprises the Energy Division and the Water division. The Energy Division, where prof. Carlucci and Dr. Kyprianou belong to, works in the areas of energy production from renewable energy sources and associated issues of energy storage and desalination; energy planning, techno-economic studies and policy issues; and sustainability in the built environment with emphasis on energy efficiency.

The Cyprus Institute
EEWRC– GOB Building
20 Konstantinou Kavafi Street 2121,
Aglantzia, Nicosia, Cyprus

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

The Institute of Translational Pharmacology (IFT) of Italian National Research Council (CNR) is involved in results R1, R2, R3, R4 of CliCCHE. In R1 IFT-CNR will collaborate on a bibliographic research of scientific articles in order to provide an extensive overview that address the issue of health and climate change in urban areas. In R2 and R3 IFT-CNR will collaborate to provide methodological guidelines for the construction of a Climate and Health Profile (CHP) Model and an educational toolkit through a health questionnaire submitted to citizens aimed at identify the health risks in the urban environment today and in the future. In R4 IFT-CNR will have the task of coordinating the writing of a document composed of instructions and checklists that will help higher education institutions and public administrations to better define and evaluate urban policies. Moreover, IFT-CNR will provide questionnaires that evaluate the effects of shared projects’ scenarios on citizens’ health, and help students and other workshop actors to select “the optimal scenarios”, Besides, IFT-CNR will develop the guidelines on how to illustrate and how to use the questionnaires and the checklist. At last, IFT-CNR will host the final meeting in Palermo.

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Piazzale Aldo Moro, 7 – 00185
Roma, Italia

Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal

 The Iscte – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa is a public university established in 1972 in Management and Economics, Social Sciences and Humanities, ICT and Architecture with about 10.500 students and 400 professors. It is a research-oriented university with a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary approach, that includes eight research units, six laboratories, as well as the Departments and Schools that are the main organizational structures of the Institute (see   

CIES-Iscte – Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia ( is one of the R&D units of Iscte in the area of social sciences dedicated to studying contemporary social problems from a multidisciplinary perspective. Its main scientific field is sociology, but with highly relevant activity in public policy, political science, communication, education, modern and contemporary history and social work.  

The Centre is involved in numerous projects promoted by national and European institutions, and in international scientific research programs and cooperation networks. Research and advanced training are systematically combined, namely through the coordination of 7 PhD programs. 

In the editorial field CIES-Iscte publishes the journal Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas [Sociology, Problems and Practices],, indexed by several international databases and has the publisher, Mundos Sociais that publishes refereed social sciences’ academic books.

Iscte – Instituto Universitario de Lisboa
Avenida das Forcas Armadas, 1649-026
Lisboa, Portugal

University of Belgrade, Serbia

The University of Belgrade is the oldest university in Serbia and the largest in this part of Europe. Founded in 1808, it consists of 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, 13 University centers, Computer Center and the University Library. It provides education in sciences and mathematics, technology and engineering sciences, medical sciences, social sciences and humanities. With 100,000 students offering more than 350 study programs, it is an academic community that is well positioned in the scientific world. The University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture is the leading higher education institution for architecture and urban studies in the Western Balkans Region, offering comprehensive education of future architects including a wide range of studies, which enable the sharing of knowledge and development of skills required for practicing architecture within interdisciplinary environment. The Faculty is strongly devoted to establishing an academic and creative working environment which encourages professionalism and intellectual exchange of ideas and opinions. With a hundred and seventy-year tradition in architectural education and a large regular faculty and general staff that supports professional development and progress, the Faculty of Architecture is the central point of development, promotion and dissemination of architectural knowledge in the region.

University of Belgrade
Studentski trg 1, 11000
Belgrade, Serbia

Associated Partner Cities

San Benetto del Tronto, Italy

The City of San Benetto del Tronto is a city of almost 50,000 inhabitants, overlooks the central Adriatic coast, an important tourist attraction but also a very active fishing centre with a long beach of fine white sand sloping down into the sea characterised by shallow waters, a seafront promenade that stretches for about 4 kilometres rich in vegetation, essentially palm trees that also grow on the beach. Its proximity to green hills with important medieval villages allows for interesting excursions within a few kilometres. Recognition of its tourist vocation can be traced back to the last decades of the 19th century. In the 1930s, the 30-metre-wide promenade was inaugurated, which was considered disproportionate by contemporaries: today it is one of the widest and most majestic seaside boulevards in the country. The 1960s marked the impetuous development of the tourism industry, which, despite periods of crisis, has never stopped. Over the decades, the city also saw the growth of fishing activity, which reached its peak in the 1960s and 1970s when the port was the departure base for dozens of large ships bound for seas around the world.

Città di San Benetto del Tronto
Viale A. De Gasperi n. 124, CAP 63074
San Benetto del Tronto, Italy

Strovolos Municipality, Cyprus

The Municipality of Strovolos is located in the Nicosia district and was established in 1986. It is the second largest Municipality in Cyprus, with a population of over 70.000 inhabitants. There are references to Strovolos or Strovilos since the Μiddle Ages, where according to sources, Strovolos was a royal field during the years of Frankish Rule. Strovolos now covers an area of 25km² and has evolved in its present condition after the events of 1974, when Turkey invaded Cyprus and Nicosia was divided, with many refugees settling within Strovolos.  Since 1974, the area has developed into a hub, with small industries, services and manufacturers largely occupying the historic centre, in what has developed into an urban area with residential and commercial buildings in blended use. The municipality now includes a theatre, library, cultural and sports centres, as well as parks and exhibition areas.  


Municipality of Strovolos
100 Strovolos Avenue
2020 Strovolos, Cyprus

Lisboa, Portugal

The City of Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and lies on the European Atlantic coast and the north bank of the Tagus Estuary. It is the westernmost city in continental Europe. Greater Lisboa has an area of approximately 1.000 km2. The city lies more or less in the centre of the country, approximately 300 km from the Algarve in the south and 400 km from the northern border with Spain.  

Spread across the unique Tagus river, built on seven hills and overlooking the majestic Atlantic ocean, is a key business centre and a top MI (Meetings lndustry) destination.  

Lisboa was recognized and ranked by ICCA in 2019 with the 2nd position worldwide, as one of the best cities to hold lnternational Association’s conferences and congresses.  

Lisboa is a lively and bustling City with an irresistible offer of numerous leisure and cultural events.  

Awarded by WTA (World Travel Awards) as:  

–  World’s Leading City Destination 2018  

–  World’s Leading City Break Destination 2019  

–  Europe’s Leading City Tourist Board 2019  

–  Europe’s Leading City Tourist Board 2020  

UNESCO-World Heritage Sites, full of authenticity and charm.  

Lisboa was awarded as the European Green Capital in 2020.  


Câmara Municipal de Lisboa
Praça do Município
1149-014 Lisboa, Portugal

Valjevo, Serbia

The City of Valjevo is a city of about 90,000 inhabitants, located in western Serbia, less than 100 kilometers southwest of Belgrade, the country’s capital. Valjevo is one of the oldest, largest and most developed settlements in Serbia. The name Valjevo was mentioned for the first time in documents from 1393. The settlement was created at the crossroads of ancient roads, in the basin of the Kolubara River, and for more than six hundred years it was a gathering place for merchants and travelers. Throughout history, the paople of Valjevo often played a prominent role in national liberation movements and produced a significant number of important writers, artists and scientists. Today, Valjevo is a modern city, fully awared of the value of its rich history, tradition and culture, but also a city surrounded by the untouched nature of the nearby mountains, well known as one of the centers of Serbian gastronomy and winemaking. The economy of the city is characterized by an agricultural and food complex, construction and processing industry. Today, Valjevo is one of the important Serbian cities and the administrative, economic and cultural center of its territory and the Kolubara District.

Valjevo Municipality
Karađorđeva 64, 14000
Valjevo, Serbia

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