Nazarena Bruno

Nazarena Bruno
Università di Parma | UNIPR · Department of Engineering and Architecture (DIA)

PhD Civil engineering and Architecture

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Introduction
Nazarena Bruno currently works at the Department of Engineering and Architecture of University of Parma. Nazarena does research in Geomatics, in particular about Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Cultural Heritage documentation, photogrammetry and laser scanning.
Additional affiliations
May 2019 - present
Università di Parma
Position
  • Research Associate
January 2019 - April 2019
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Position
  • Research Associate
March 2018 - March 2019
Politecnico di Milano
Position
  • Research Associate
Education
November 2014 - March 2018
Università di Parma
Field of study
  • Civil engineering and Architecture
October 2011 - April 2014
Università di Parma
Field of study
  • Architecture

Publications

Publications (22)
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The integration of photogrammetry and Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS) techniques is often desirable for Cultural Heritage digitization, especially when high metric and radiometric accuracy is required, as for the documentation and restoration of frescoed spaces. Despite the many technological and methodological advances in both techniques, their fu...
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A significant portion not yet investigated in the Regio V of the ancient city of Pompeii is currently the subject of the most remarkable excavation in the post-World War II period. These activities relate to a triangular area, the so-called "wedge", which is placed between the houses of Nozze d'Argento and Marco Lucrezio Frontone. Besides the aston...
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The paper investigates the influence of lighting conditions on image-based 3D surface reconstruction, with particular focus on periodic photogrammetric surveys for monitoring and 3D mapping applications. The analyses focus on the accuracy and completeness of each DSM and the daily and hourly repeatability of repeated photogrammetric surveys. Three...
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Digital surface models (DSM) have become one of the main sources of geometrical information for a broad range of applications. Image-based systems typically rely on passive sensors which can represent a strong limitation in several survey activities (e.g., night-time monitoring, underground survey and night surveillance). However, recent progresses...
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Pavement management system (PMS) is a set of tools that assist road agencies in finding optimal strategies for maintaining pavements in a serviceable condition over a period of time. Usually, municipalities base their PMS on the deterioration monitoring through a visual survey but the distresses identification is complex and the operations are base...
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The integration between BIM (Building Information Modeling) and GIS (Geographic Information System) is currently a highly debated research topic. However, the effective integration of the two workflows in a unique information system is still an open research field, especially when dealing with Cultural Heritage (CH).The paper describes an ongoing r...
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Photogrammetry is becoming a widely used technique for slope monitoring and rock fall data collection. Its scalability, simplicity of components and low costs for hardware and operations makes its use constantly increasing for both civil and mining applications. Recent on site permanent installation of cameras resulted particularly viable for the m...
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Per descrivere le caratteristiche dendrologiche ed ecologiche di una qualsiasi area boscata si procede normalmente con l’analisi in sito di tutte le piante presenti. Il rilievo prevede l’impiego di personale tecnico in campo, comportando inevitabilmente un dispendio elevato di tempo e di personale. Il presente lavoro, nato in collaborazione con ARP...
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Thanks to its capability of archiving and organizing all the information about a building, HBIM (Historical Building Information Modeling) is considered a promising resource for planned conservation of historical assets. However, its usage remains limited and scarcely adopted by the subjects in charge of conservation, mainly because of its rather c...
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In this paper, an integrated analysis of the geometric and photogrammetric surveys on a 19th century bridge is proposed as an instrument for the comprehension of the historical evolution of its structural disorders, of its present conservation status and as a reliable base to define future interventions. The studied 20 arches brick masonry bridge i...
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Google Street View is a technology implemented in several Google services/applications (e.g. Google Maps, Google Earth) which provides the user, interested in viewing a particular location on the map, with panoramic images (represented in equi-rectangular projection) at street level. Generally, consecutive panoramas are acquired with an average dis...
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The need to safeguard and preserve Cultural Heritage (CH) is increasing and especially in Italy, where the amount of historical buildings is considerable, having efficient and standardized processes of CH management and conservation becomes strategic. At the time being, there are no tools capable of fulfilling all the specific functions required by...
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This paper presents the use of laser scanner derived data for the study of the structural disorders in the central nave of the Parma Cathedral. An accurate three-dimensional model of the entire nave was realized to investigate deformations, in order to reconstruct the original conformation and the subsequent evolutions, also in comparison with prev...
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L'articolo descrive una ricerca in itinere relativa alla realizzazione di un Historical BIM del Duomo di Parma, finalizzato al restauro e alla manutenzione programmata della fabbrica. Partendo dal rilievo integrato laser scanner e fotogrammetrico, attraverso l'analisi di dati esistenti (geometrici, storici, fotografici, etc.) è stata effettuata la...
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A preliminary survey campaign is essential in projects of restoration, urban renewal, rebuilding or promotion of architectural heritage. Today several survey techniques allow full 3D object restitution and modelling that provides a richer description than 2D representations. A single technique or a combination of several ones might be employed. Esp...
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A preliminary survey campaign is essential in projects of restoration, urban renewal, rebuilding or promotion of architectural heritage. Today several survey techniques allow full 3D object restitution and modelling that provides a richer description than simple 2D representations. However, the amount of data to collect increases dramatically and a...
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In a context rich in history and cultural heritage, such as the Italian one, promotion and enhancement of historical evidences are crucial. The paper describes the case study of the Archaeological Museum of Parma, which, for the main part, conserves evidences found in the roman archaeological site of Veleia (Piacenza, Italy). To enhance the compreh...
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A preliminary survey campaign is essential in projects of restoration, urban renewal, rebuilding or promotion of architectural heritage. Today several survey techniques allow full 3D object restitution and modelling that provides a richer description than simple 2D representations. However, the amount of data to collect increases dramatically and a...
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In a context rich in history and cultural heritage, such as the Italian one, promotion and enhancement of historical evidences are crucial. The paper describes the case study of the Archaeological Museum of Parma, which, for the main part, conserves evidences found in the roman archaeological site of Veleia (Piacenza, Italy). To enhance the compreh...
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Geospatial data are today more and more widespread. Many different institutions, such as Geographical Institutes, Public Administrations, collaborative communities (e.g., OSM) and web companies, make available nowadays a large number of maps. Besides this cartography, projects of digitizing, georeferencing and web publication of historical maps hav...
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Geospatial data are today more and more widespread. Many different institutions, such as Geographical Institutes, Public Administrations, collaborative communities (e.g., OSM) and web companies, make available nowadays a large number of maps. Besides this cartography, projects of digitizing, georeferencing and web publication of historical maps hav...
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The observation of the structure of the city and its inhabitants, and how such system evolves in time, is essential in almost all land planning and urban development activities, as well as in any historical study. Historical GIS in the last decade proved to be one of the most promising frameworks, that can provide innovative tools and methodologica...

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