Claudia de Luca
Claudia de Luca is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Architecture, Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, since 2017. She is an Environmental scientist (MSc), now focusing on sustainable urban and spatial planning and urban and rural regeneration processes. Before joining the University, she worked for 4 years in the Research and Innovation team of a Spanish consultancy, mostly focusing on the development and implementation of European funded projects on environmental issues.
At the moment, she works on two main research topics: rural regeneration through heritage-led strategies within the RURITAGE project, and the use of nature into the cities for sustainable and resilient future as main topic of her PhD research. Involved in the Planning and Regeneration research group, she is actively involved in several H2020 and INTERREG funded project (RURITAGE, ClimateKIC ACTonNBS and MATCH-UP).
Read more about Claudia on the UNIBO website here.