Stefano Brusaporci

Stefano Brusaporci is Associate Professor of Architectural Representation, Drawing, Survey, and Modeling at the University of L’Aquila (Italy) - Department of Civil, Construction-Architectural and Environmental Engineering. He graduated with honours in Building Engineering, and he is a PhD in "Conservation, Planning and Preservation of Settlements and Territorial Contexts of Elevated Environmental and Landscape Value". He is teacher of Architectural Representation and he has been teacher of Computer Graphics. He is a member of the scientific society U.I.D. (Italian Union for Drawing). His research fields are: Surveying and historical-critical analysis of architecture and historical urban contexts; Surveying, classification, documentation, interpretation, communication, and enhancement of architectonical heritage; Digital surveying, 3D modeling, computer based visualization, integrated information systems for architectural and urban heritage.

Publications

Advanced Digital Processes for the Survey: Analysis and Conservation of Built Heritage
Ilaria Trizio, Stefano Brusaporci, Francesca Savini, Pamela Maiezza, Alessandra Tata, Alessandro Giannangeli. © 2020. 35 pages.
This chapter presents a process for the study of an architectural and archaeological heritage. It is an interdisciplinary work carried on with the integration of different...
Surfing Between Disciplines: Interdisciplinarity of Architectural Digital Heritage
Stefano Brusaporci. © 2020. 21 pages.
The aim of the chapter is to reflect on how ICT and digital tools and methodologies influence the study of architectural heritage, favouring interdisciplinary interactions....
Toward Smart Heritage: Cultural Challenges in Digital Built Heritage
Stefano Brusaporci. © 2020. 26 pages.
The concept of cultural heritage has evolved over time. In relation to a context where digital technologies and ICT are changing our everyday lives and the way to visualize...
On Visual Computing for Architectural Heritage
Stefano Brusaporci. © 2019. 31 pages.
Aim of the chapter is to present a critical discourse on the use of visual computing for the study of historic architecture. From the analysis of the experiences in other...
Between Cuvier and Darwin: Issues in a Changing Heritage
Stefano Brusaporci. © 2019. 15 pages.
The chapter presents a reflection on the evolution of cultural heritage concept, from the second half of the 20th century until now, moving the attention from the distinction...
The Importance of Being Honest: Issues of Transparency in Digital Visualization of Architectural Heritage
Stefano Brusaporci. © 2017. 28 pages.
The chapter presents a reflection on the concept of transparency in digital modeling and visualization of Architectural Heritage. Moving from topics of transparency and from the...
The Importance of Being Honest: Issues of Transparency in Digital Visualization of Architectural Heritage
Stefano Brusaporci. © 2017. 28 pages.
The chapter presents a reflection on the concept of transparency in digital modeling and visualization of Architectural Heritage. Moving from topics of transparency and from the...
Swimming in the Liquid Age: A Disciplinarily Reflection on Computer-Based Visualization of Architectural Heritage
Stefano Brusaporci. © 2016. 24 pages.
Aim of the chapter is to present a critical reflection on computer-based visualization of the architectural heritage and investigate on its relationship with other disciplines...
Handbook of Research on Emerging Digital Tools for Architectural Surveying, Modeling, and Representation
Stefano Brusaporci. © 2015. 829 pages.
Technological revolutions have changed the field of architecture exponentially. The advent of new technologies and digital tools will continue to advance the work of architects...
On Visual Computing for Architectural Heritage
Stefano Brusaporci. © 2015. 30 pages.
Aim of the chapter is to present a critical discourse on the use of visual computing for the study of historic architecture. From the analysis of the experiences in other...