Mattia Federico Leone

Mattia Federico Leone
University of Naples Federico II | UNINA · Department of Architecture (DiARC) - Interdepartmental Centre for Urban and Territorial Planning (LUPT)

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January 2005 - present
University of Naples Federico II
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Publications (52)
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This paper presents a review of existing strategies and tools aiming at facilitating the operationalization of the concept of resilience into built environments. In a context of climate change, increased risks in urban areas and growing uncertainties, urban managers are forced to innovate in order to design appropriate new risk management strategie...
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Climate services are emerging worldwide as an essential tool to bridge the advancement in climate science and meteo/earth observations with a variety of operational fields in the domains of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA). It is multidisciplinary study area with promising applications in the field of urban microcli...
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Italy is a country with high seismic hazard, however since the delay in the seismic classification of the national territory, most of the existing building heritage does not comply with the current technical standards for buildings. The seismic events that have hit different Italian regions in recent years have highlighted the complexity of the cha...
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La recurrencia de los desastres naturales en las últimas décadas en Chile y en todo el mundo, exacerbados por los patrones urbanos actuales, requieren estrategias integrales para promover acciones a largo plazo hacia la resiliencia a nivel local y nacional. Chile tiene una experiencia ampliamente reconocida en la reducción del riesgo de desastres,...
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In recent years, the representation of climate information in a way to support decision making has been gaining momentum. Worldwide, these so-called climate services are emerging as an essential tool to connect the advances in climate science with the domains of climate change adaptation. The methodology developed within the CLARITY project (funded...
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The resilience of communities in their built environment facing natural and human-made hazards is consolidating worldwide as a critical requirement in the field of urban planning and design. Current studies and measures in this regard open an array of opportunities for articulating beyond sectorial and scale boundaries by emphasizing an integrated,...
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The H2020 ESPREssO project (Enhancing Synergies for Disaster Prevention in the European Union), aimed at identifying the existing gaps and key priorities for Research and Innovation (R&I) in the domains of Natural Hazards (NH), Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Disaster Risk Management (DRM) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA). Key research priorities...
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The ESPREssO Project set out to propose ways to inform more coherent national and European approaches on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA). A critical step in this process is the identification of existing barriers to effective collaboration, finding new areas of common ground, and ways to enhance co-operation with r...
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This paper proposes a review of existing strategies and tools aiming at facilitating the operationalization of the concept of resilience into built environments. In a context of climate change, increased risks in urban areas and growing uncertainties, urban managers are forced to innovate in order to design appropriate risk management strategies. A...
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Natural hazards and climate-related disasters disregard political borders, where additional barriers can complicate mitigation, response and recovery efforts within and between the sectors of Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR). The ESPREssO Project (Enhancing Synergies for Disaster Prevention in the European Union) ai...
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The CLARITY project (www.clarity-h2020.eu) aims to implement a new generation of climate services that allow the service users to perform an initial assessment of the expected climate change effects in the project area, as well as an initial assessment of the need for and of the usability of the adaptation options in the early project planning phas...
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While climate change impacts affect cities globally, adaptation measures need to be identified and designed locally, since the specific settlement and microclimate conditions determined by the characteristics of built and natural environment play a crucial role in aggravating (or reducing) the intensity of extreme weather events, such as heat waves...
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Disaster risk reduction and climate change adaption involve a variety of different stakeholders from various professional backgrounds, with often divergent concerns, and sometimes competing agendas. Their activities may also be carried out within different organizational frameworks, which in turn would vary from country to country. Such complexity...
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The ESPREssO Vision Paper is one of the key outcomes of the project. Its aim is to support the preparation of the Horizon Europe Framework Programme 2021-2030 by identifying some future research challenges in the field of natural hazards and disaster risk management, in relation to the priorities defined by the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Re...
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As a final product, the ESPREssO project has compiled a comprehensive set of guidelines, synthesizing the findings from the many, and diverse, activities of the consortium. The guidelines are based on best practices identified in the Action Data Base; on recommendations identified in literature as well as in our national reports; and on the many us...
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Dieser Bericht stellt den Beitrag des ESPREssO-Projekts „Enhancing Synergies for Disaster Prevention in the European Union“ zu einer neuen strategischen Vision für DRR und CCA in Europa und zur Förderung neuer Ideen für die Ausrichtung und Zielsetzung der Naturgefahrenforschung und Politik der nächsten zehn Jahre dar. Im Rahmen des Projekts wurden...
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Le document d’orientation ESPREssO vise à soutenir la préparation du Programme-cadre Horizon Europe en identifiant les futurs défis de la recherche dans le domaine des risques naturels et de la gestion des risques, en relation avec les priorités définies par le Cadre d'action de Sendai pour la réduction des risques de catastrophe et le plan d'actio...
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Ces recommandations combinées au document d’Orientation ESPREssO (délivrable D5.5 « ESPREssO Vision Paper ») forment les conclusions du projet ESPREssO - « Enhancing synergies for disaster prevention in the European Union » (Améliorer les synergies pour la prévention des catastrophes au sein de l‘Union européenne), une mesure de coordination et de...
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Diese Leitlinien stellen gemeinsam mit dem ESPREssO Visionspapier (Arbeitsergebnis D5.5 „ESPREssO Visionspapier“) das Endergebnis des ESPREssO-Projekts „Enhancing Synergies for Disaster Prevention in the European Union“ dar, einer Koordinations- und Unterstützungsmaßnahme, die im Rahmen des Programms H2020 von DG RESEARCH finanziert wurde. Das ESPr...
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This video displays the results of the ESPREssP Vision paper and the ESPREssO Guidelines. Watch the video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzlRkZH7BnE
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Climate Resilient Urban Planning and Design: UCCRN-ARC3-2 findings
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Evidence-based strategies in this publication demonstrate how integrating climate science, natural systems, compact urban form and functions configure dynamic, desirable and healthy communities. The scholarship contends that confronting the challenges of a rapidly urbanizing world threatened by climate change requires expanding on the traditional i...
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This paper describes a knowledge-based decision support system (KB-DSS) to improve the preparedness of crisis situations induced by natural and technological hazards. The proposed KB-DSS aims to manage the potential cascading effects generated by a triggering hazard assessing the possible event time histories based on interconnected probabilistic s...
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In case of exceptional events of natural or anthropogenic type, the elements at risk (people, buildings, infrastructures, economy, etc.) are often hit by sequences of ‘cascading events’, function of time and space, caused by the triggering event (earthquake, landslide, volcanic eruption, fire, electric failure, etc.). Generally, sequences of events...
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Resilience of the built environment and communities to natural and man-made hazards is consolidating worldwide as a key requirement in the field of urban planning and building design, and there is an increasing awareness that Sustainable Development Goals and priorities of the Sendai Framework cannot be achieved without a comprehensive approach abl...
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Evidence-based strategies in this publication demonstrate how integrating climate science, natural systems, compact urban form and functions configure dynamic, desirable and healthy communities. The scholarship contends that confronting the challenges of a rapidly urbanizing world threatened by climate change requires expanding on the traditional i...
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The paper shows the results of the first phase of the research project "METROPOLIS - Methodologies and Technologies for integrated and sustainable adaptation and security of urban systems" developed by STRESS Scarl - High Technology District for Sustainable Building of the Campania Region. The project is aimed at the development of innovative strat...
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Since the second half of the twentieth century Mumbai has been characterized by an extremely high density of population. Due to the alterations of the soil and to climate tropical condition, today, when heavy rain occurs during high tide in the Mithi River basin area, most of the banks of the river are under sea level. Concrete flood walls are cont...
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The paper outlines some of the results of SPeeD project, funded by EU, Campania Region and National Department of Civil Protection. The research is aimed at the definition of impact scenarios resulting from the eruption of Vesuvius and Campi Flegrei and the development of strategies to reduce the damage on the built environment. The issues related...
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The paper outlines some of the results of SPeeD project, funded by EU, Campania Region and National Depart-ment of Civil Protection. The research is aimed at the definition of impact scenari-os resulting from the eruption of Vesuvius and Campi Flegrei and the development of strategies to reduce the damage on the built environment. The issues relate...
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PLINIVS Study Centre of University of Naples Federico II has developed a methodology that aims to estimate, in probabilistic terms, the direct and the indirect economic impacts of a Sub-Plinian I or Strombolian type eruption of Vesuvius. The economic model has been implemented as a complementary tool of the Volcanic Impact Simulation Model, a tool...
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This paper intends to show basic strategies and technical solutions that may reduce volcanic risk on buildings and infrastructures. It points out that reduction—mitigation—of vulnerability and expected damage to existing and new buildings are possible. Eruptive phe-nomena such as earthquakes, pyroclastic flows, ash fall, and landslides can indeed b...
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The paper explores the recent innovations in architecture materials developed through nanotechnology, based on the design of material properties in order to obtain specific performances. In particular, nanostructured cementitious materials, represent an interesting application of nanotechnology in the construction industry, considering the signific...
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The paper illustrates the main objectives in structural damage and vulnerability assessment as a part of LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) and LCC (Life Cycle Costs) analyses. A proper analysis of vulnerability factors due to degrade conditions and to construction features of buildings helps to guide the design choices for refurbishment interventions, in...
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La riduzione del livello di intensità materiale ed energetica delle realizzazioni rappresenta uno dei driver per contenere l'impatto dei processi di trasformazione urbana in relazione alle tecnologie costruttive impiegate nella nuova edificazione e nel recupero edilizio. La possibilità di utilizzare materiali altamente performanti consente concezio...

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