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Scientific Committee

Víctor Echarri Iribarren PhD in Architecture
Professor at the Superior Technical School of Architecture (ETSA)
  University of Alicante
Esther Elizalde Marquina PhD in History
Ricardo Fernández Gracia Professor of History of Art

Director of the Department of Navarre Heritage and Art

Department of Navarre Heritage and Art

University of Navarre

Javier Garabito PhD in Architecture
Professor at the Superior Technical School of Architecture
 University of Burgos
John Harris Bachelor in Architecture
Editor of FORT (journal of The Fortress Study Group)
The Fortress Study Group
Mercedes Jover Hernando PhD in History
Director of Museum of Navarre
Adjunct Professor
General Direction of Culture-Institution Príncipe de Viana
University of Navarre
Juan José Martínena Ruiz PhD in History
Exdirector of General Archive of Navarre
Luis Eduardo Oslé Guerendiain PhD in History
Colonel of Infantry (Retd)
José Vicente Valdenebro García PhD in Architecture
City Manager
Adjunct Professor
City Council of Pamplona
Public University of Navarre

Technical Committee

José Vicente Valdenebro García City Manager City Council of Pamplona
José Ignacio Alfonso Pezonaga Projects Director City Council of Pamplona
Silvia Azpilicueta Rodríguez-Valdés Employment, Trade and Tourism Director City Council of Pamplona
Teresa Lasheras Balduz Education and Culture Director City Council of Pamplona
Maite Errea Errea Head of the External Finance Unit. General Service Area City Council of Pamplona
José María González Odériz Staff of the Finance Unit. General Service Area City Council of Pamplona
Marie-Christine Riviere Director of Culture and Heritage City Council of Bayonne

Conference Secretariat

Esther Elizalde Marquina Technical Secretary

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