Caterina Francesca Di Giovanni (1988), architect, is carrying out a research period at ICS-ULisboa funded by an Italian scholarship. She holds a master’s degree in Architecture at the University of Palermo and a postgraduate in Urban Planning in Public Administration. City and land management at Sapienza University of Rome, with a research focused on public-private instruments and river landscapes regeneration. Since 2015 she is a member of the Young Committee of the Italian National Commission for UNESCO in the Lazio Region’s team, taking part of several activities on culture, science, education and communication, especially oriented to young people.
Di Giovanni, C.F. (2015), Modelli di governance per lo sviluppo sostenibile delle infrastrutture fluviali, Urbanistica Informazioni, 263(5): 58-61.
Di Giovanni, C.F. (2015), Il contratto di fiume per l’emergenza idrogeologica. Il Tevere nell’area romana: un’esperienza in itinere, Planum [online].