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The papers will be presented by their authors, with an estimated time of around 7-10 minutes for each one. Presentations will be divided up by topic, content similarity and the presentation language. Consequently, the Auditorium will be used for presentations in Spanish and the “Arquillos” Room for presentations in French and English. They will be held simultaneously.

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15 th, from 17h to 19h.

Auditorium (Ground Floor).

1. BAGNARINI, N., “The tower: a defensive structure in the Templar, Teutonic and Hospitaller Settlements in Umbria and Lazio. An Historical and Architectonic Study”.
2. MARTÍNEZ TABOADA, P., “Consideraciones sobre el patrimonio fortificado de Sigüenza y el Plan Director de las murallas de la ciudad”.
3. GIL CRESPO, I. J., “Tower of Martín González or castle of La Raya (Soria, Spain): territory, history, defense and construction”.
4. DE LERA SANTÍN, A., BOUSTA, F., VERGÈS-BELMIN, V., “Hydrocolloids to clean porous inorganic materials”.
5. BALDÓ ALCOZ, J., FUGUET SANS, J., “The defensive compound of the Templar commandry of Aberin (Navarre): hypothetical configuration”.
6. TORRES CABALLERO, A., “Walls and fortifications in the Ribera Alta of the Júcar river, Walls in Alberic, Spain”.
7. GUERRERO CASTRO, M., CORTÉS PÉREZ, J.P., DEL POZO MARIÑO, E., “Documentation graphics and structural analysis of the fortified heritage by applying Laser 3D Scanner. The case of the Castle of Puebla de Alcocer, Spain”.
8. ARDANAZ RUIZ, C., “Case studies: past and present of the tower-house in Navarre”.

“Arquillos” Room (Second Floor).

9. BIANCO, A., “The preservation of the Istanbul Theodosian Land Walls: one step forward and two steps back”.
10. NOVAKOVIC, N., FILIPOVIC, I. “Belgrade fortress – between yesterday and tomorrow”.
11. BELLOMO, E., “Fortified Settlements of the Order of Malta in Local Illustrated Registers: The Case of the Priory of Lombardy (XVII-XIX Centuries)”.
12. BANTA, J. V., “Jaisalmer and Intramuros: A Comparative Study of Two Fortified Cities in Asia”.
13. EPPICH, R., “History, literature and tourism: Shakespeare and Othello’s Citadel”.
14. MENEGUELLI, F., “Lessinia’s Forts Recovery. Recovery Programme Architecture and Landscape”.
15. APOSTOLOU, A., “Restoration of the ancient fortification and landscaping of surrounding area of Palaiokastro, Nisyros”.
16. RUTLEDGE, G., “Preservation Master Plan and Design Guidelines for the Reuse of Fort Monroe, VA”.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 16th, from 9:00 h to 11:00 h.

Auditorium (Ground Floor).

  17. PARADISO, M., BENEDETTI, S., “The weird case of the Fort of San Fernando Bocachica, Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. Study of the thrusts propagation in vaults distributed according a curved line”.
18. TORRES RAMO, J., QUINTANILLA CRESPO, V., “The Action Plan of the Fortifications in Pamplona: a Tool for Conservation and Enhancement of Fortified Heritage”.
19. PARADISO, M., USELI, G., “Analysis of the structural instability of the central building of the Castillo de Los Tres Reyes del Morro in Havana “.
20. SÁNCHEZ GONZÁLEZ, A., “Fortifications for the custody the scriptures: some samples emblematic of archives-strengths”.
21. HIDALGO MORA, J., “The musealization of the fortified heritage in times of crisis. The example of the Torre dels Milà of Massalavés (Valencia)”.
22. LÓPEZ MARTÍNEZ, J.F., “The waterfront of Cartagena. Urban military image conversion – university”.
23. ZALDÍVAR MORALES, E., “The Morro Castle of Santiago de Cuba. History and management of a Spanish fortress in the Caribbean”.
24. RIVES NAVARRO, L., “The urban planning of Pamplona in defense of their fortifications”.
25. DAZA PARDO, E., LÓPEZ-MUÑIZ MORAGAS, G., VEGA RIVAS, E., “The edition and diffusion of the studies on fortifications. Some experiences from the private initiative”.

“Arquillos” Room (Second Floor).

26. BORG, M., JAMES, P., “Fortifying Built-Heritage. Towards an Integrated Conservation Model for Heritage Development”.
27. BOLTON, J., “Dalkey Islands, Ireland: ensuring the protection of fortifications in a diverse cultural landscape”.
28. DUQUE, E., “Intramuros under Three Regimes: The Significance of Context and Coherence to the Conservation Agenda”.
29. KORICHI, A., KASSAB, T., “Reuse defensive heritage of Bejaia city”.
30. SAIDI, M., “Fortifications system of the crusade period in the territory of TARTOUS: from de defensive system to the Historic-cultural system”.
31. VERSACI, A., “The Lombardy Castle in Enna (Italy): new studies for a sustainable conservation and integration in the historic city”.
32. PREET, V. SOOD, Y., “Impact of Heritage Projects on Development of Amritsar”.
33. DJUKIC, L., “Belgrade Fortress: Open Air Classroom”.

FRIDAY OCTOBER 17th, from 9:00 h to 11:00 h.

Auditorium (Ground Floor).

34. CORTÉS PÉREZ, J.P., VIOLA NEVADO, J.M., GUERRERO CASTRO, M., CORTÉS, A., “The consolidation of the walls of Jerez de los Caballeros (Badajoz)”.
35. VIOLA NEVADO, J.M., CORTÉS, J.P., “Intervention on the Roman Wall of Coria (Cáceres)”. 36. TARIFA CASTILLA, M., J., “Engineers and master builders of the fortified enclosure of Pamplona in the sixteenth century”.
37. SÁDABA CIPRIAIN, S.D., “The reuse of the Citadel of Pamplona as a cultural and leisure enclosure”.
38. RODRÍGUEZ SILGO, A., “Fortifications in Galicia. Usage and functions in the 21st century”.
39. NIGLIO O., INSUASTY, P.A., “Educational and cultural projects around the fortified architecture: experiences of the Workshop Architecture and Sustainable Heritage in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia”.
40. VELAZCO GÓMEZ, M.M., “Spanish fortification in Hispanic America”.
41. JIMÉNEZ CABALLERO, I., LORDA IÑARRA, J., “Images of fortified cities and its interest to XX century architects”.
42. NIAR, S., LASHERAS, F., “The Spanish defensive system in Oran (Algeria), history and actuality”.
43. VARGAS MATÍAS, S.A., “Fortified Veracruz”.
44. ORDUNA PORTÚS, P.M., SAN VICENTE VICENTE, F. J., “A forgotten military rampart across the Pyrenees. Cataloging and spreading of the ‘Line P’ in Navarre and Gipuzkoa”.

“Arquillos” Room (Second Floor).

45. ANANTH HUGGLER, A., “Assesing and establishing Cultural Significance to Material Heritage: national prerogative or a multi-national exercise; the case of the German Occupation structures in the Channel Islands, UK”.
46. FARKAS, E., “Transboundary fortress system – Cultural-touristic development along borders”.
47. ESTÊVãO, F., “Historical Route of the Lines of Torre Vedras. An example of an interdisciplinary and inter-municipal work for the improvement of a military and architectural heritage in Portugal”.
48. SEYEDASHRAFI, B., “Heritage contribution to post-disaster sustainable development of communities: The case of Bam and its Cultural Landscape”.
49. BOUSSA, D., “Fort of Bahrain: a World Heritage Site Tourism and Sustainability”.
50. MILOHNIC, I., SMOLCIC JURDANDA, D., “Sustainable development of Small Old Towns – Heritage as a Tourist Attraction”.
51. BOSCOLO, A., “The fortified system of the Venetian lagoon between the XV and XVII century. A proposal of development for a highly critical Site”.
52. WEN WU, C., “The Research of Culture Heritage Tourism Loyalty in Taiwan”.

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