Workshop Presentations

Mobility in Mediterranean countries: a broader concept of borders beyond nation-state paradigms
Michele Colucci and Stefano Gallo (CNR-ISSM, Italy)
HiT4Med – Highway and traffic engineering: curricular reform for the Mediterranean area
Alfonso Montella (University of Naples Federico II, Italy)
Tunisian Network for Employability and Development of graduates’ skills – TUNED
Laura Marino (University of Naples Federico II, Italy)
Boosting business in the Mediterranean area thanks to student mobility in the framework of the HOMERe program
Léo VINCENT (Honorary President of RMEI, Leader of the HOMERe program)
A project for digital fabrication in the Mediterranean area
Amleto Picerno Ceraso (Head of the DREAM FabLab, Città della Scienza, Italy)

Opening of the session
Walid el Baba (EAMC and WEBCO, Lebanon)
Conceptual vision of a sustainable circular waste-based bioeconomy development in Mediterranean regions
Anastasia Zabaniotou (Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece)
The impact of outdoor space quality on climate responsive building design in Mediterranean cities
Aram Yeretzian (American University of Beirut)
Food waste valorisation for the production of added-value commodities: focus on citrus peel waste as a feedstock for sustainable bio-refineries
Michail Koutinas (Cyprus University of Technology, Limassol, Cyprus)
Women, energy and environment
Francesca Jacobone (University Rome 3 and CREIS, Italy)
Strengthening the capacities of Mediterranean and African scientists of the public and private sector regarding management and financing of bankable green projects for green growth in the Mediterranean and African regions
Amel Makhlouf (R20- Regions 20 for Climate Action and the Tunisian Engineering Council)
United Nations’ Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) at the University of Naples Federico II
Antonio Marzocchella and Alberta De Capua (University of Naples Federico II, Italy)
Solid waste sorting facility for the Fanar Municipality
Joslin Kehdy and Nour Kanso (Recycle Lebanon)
A new sustainable infrastructural plan to boost the competitiveness and the integration of the Southern Italian regions and North Africa
Filippo Romeo (Vision and Global Trend Institute, Italy)

Open Table – Mediterranean harbours, markets and goods: networking archaeological studies
Chair: Massimo Osanna (University of Naples Federico II, Director of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, Italy)
Demetris Athanasoulis (Director of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades, Greece)
The invisible weave of life: a Mediterranean network for the Archaeology of organic remains
Massimo Osanna (University of Naples Federico II, Director of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, Italy)
The archives hidden in the Museums
Paolo Giulierini (Director of the Naples National Archaeological Museum, Italy)
Laura D’Esposito, Alberta Martelloni and Luana Toniolo (Archaeological Park of Pompeii, Italy): The case of Pompeii
An integrated research program on the archeology of goods
Carmela Capaldi (University of Naples Federico II, Italy) and Carlo Rescigno (University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy)

Open Table – Education and training in techniques related to cultural heritage
Chair: Laura Baratin (University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy)
A Euro-Mediterranean curriculum for the preservation and restoration of cultural
The project
Laura Baratin (University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy)
The case of Tunisia
Ines Ouertani (University of Manouba, Tunisia)
The case of Lebanon
Joseph Zaarour (Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik, Lebanon)

From research to formation
The CHNet network: Activities in education and training in cultural heritage techniques
Francesco Taccetti (LABEC-INFN, Florence, Italy)
A Summer School on experimental techniques at the CIRCE Laboratory
Lucio Gialanella (University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy)
Open Table – Searching for hidden structures using a new non-invasive technique: muography
Chair: Fabio Ambrosino (University of Naples Federico II, Italy)
Cosmic ray muon radiography of Egyptian pyramids with nuclear emulsions in the Scan Pyramids project
Kunihiro Morishima (Nagoya University, Japan)
From the muography of underground structures in ancient Naples to Cumae: A pilot project
Carlo Rescigno, Giulio Saracino* and Paolo Strolin* (University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, *University of Naples Federico II, Italy)
Pierfrancesco Talamo (Phlegraean Archaeological Park): The case of Cumae and other sites in the Phlegraean Fields
Francesco Sirano (Director of the Archaeological Park of Herculaneum): The case of Herculaneum
Memoria Mari: Musical Koinè of the Mediterranean
Marco Sannini (Conservatorio di Musica San Pietro a Majella, Naples, Italy)
Giovanni Conelli (Italy)
Laurent Filipe and Paula Castelar (Douro Generation, Portugal)
Johanna Monti (University of Naples L’ Orientale, Italy)
Eugenio Ottieri (Progetto Sonora, Italy)
Nicola Pisani (Conservatorio di Musica di Cosenza, Italy)
Tommaso Rossi (Associazione Scarlatti, Italy)
Francesco M. Sacerdoti (Temple University, Philadelphia, USA)
The cultural heritage of the Mediterranean diet: Revitalizing a traditional model by adapting it to current knowledge and needs
Angela A. Rivellese, Gabriele Riccardi, Giovanni Annuzzi, Rosalba Giacco* and Marilena Vitale
(University of Naples Federico II, *CNR Institute of Food Sciences, Italy)

Pietro Evangelista (IRISS-CNR, Italy)
Maritime strategy for the development of seaside cities: cooperation, synergies and integrating research with policy making in San Vincenzo Pier collaborative regeneration project
Massimo Clemente and Eleonora Giovene di Girasole (IRISS-CNR, Italy)
The LOGISMED project: Improve competiveness in logistics of the MEDA countries
Salem Miladi (Director General of the Tunisian Institute for Competitiveness and Quantitative Studies, Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation, Tunisia)

Nicola Monda (General Secretary of EAMC)
A Portus for each Port: a meeting place in the city open towards the sea
Alessandra Acampora and Roberta Amirante (University of Naples Federico II, Italy)
Historic harbour landscapes of Eastern Mediterranean cities and challenges for urban enhancement
Vilma Hastaoglou-Martinidis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
The future of Mediterranean harbours
Pietro Spirito (President of the Harbour System of the Middle Tyrrhenian, Italy)

Massimo Guarascio (University of Rome La Sapienza, RMEI and Coordinator of GAMe)
Marco Di Donato (UNIMED)
The Young Mediterranean Ambassadors of GAMe

Enzo Siviero (Rector of eCampus University, Italy, Vice President of RMEI and Deputy General
Secretary of EAMC)