Mario Cerasoli, architect, PhD ((Department of Territorial and Urban Planning at Rome University “La Sapienza”).
Since 2002 he teaches Urban Planning at the Faculty of Architecture of the University Roma Tre.
Since 2005 he is a researcher (permanent position) of Urban Planning at the Department of Urban Studies of the Faculty of Architecture at the University Roma Tre. His main research themes are: the relationships between infrastructure, mobility and territory; the rules urban and suburban settlements; the urban renewal of historic centers. Since 2007 he is a member of the Teachers Committee of the Doctoral School “Cultures of the changing city and territory”, section: “Local policies and planning”. In 2009 and 2010 he coordinated the "Taller de Urbanismo Activo", an urban planning workshop in cooperation with the Facultad de Arquitectura della Universidad de la Republica di Montevideo (UY). And in 2013 he coordinated the "Taller Sutri 2013 - International Workshop of Urban planning and Architecture", in cooperation with the schools of architecture of the universities of Valparaiso (Chile), Rosario (Argentina), Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) and Barcelona (Spain)
For account of the Roma Tre University, he is responsible for some
inter-university cooperation agreements with universities in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay, and also of the Twinning Protocol between Rome and the UNSAM University of San Martin in Buenos Aires.
Actually, he teaches Urban planning and Design of the urban recovery at the Faculty of Architecture of the Roma Tre Universities.
He has lectured at various universities in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Brazil.
He works as a consultant on urban and territorial planning at municipalities and other public and private institutions.
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