Research Centre of the Dioguardi Foundation (Bari, Milan)
Silvia Sivo is currently a PhD student in Regional Planning and Public Policies at the Department of Architects and Arts of the University Iuav of Venice.
Trained as engineer and architect, she graduated with honours at the Polytechnic of Bari and then obtained a second-level master's degree in Sustainable Planning and Design of Port Areas at the Federico II University of Naples.
Her background draws from the experiences in the fields of urban regeneration and social innovation – concerning public-private-communities collaborative processes and tangible/intangible cultural heritage – and from the deepening of maritime and coastal planning and management topics – related to maritime demain and commons.
In recent years she is collaborating with the Port System Authority of the Southern Adriatic Sea for strategic planning, port-city integration participative workshops and as co-coordinator of the Port City School, a programme focused on the port-city governance and promoted by the Dioguardi Foundation – of which she is a member of the Research Centre.
As a consultant of the Metropolitan City of Bari, she’s deepening the topics of metropolitan waterfront and blue economy within strategic planning and policies.
Besides, since 2015 she is involved in the management and care of the commons-oriented community cinema expostModerno in Bari.
Sivo S., Stile balneare. Turismo abilitante per un approccio attivo e inclusivo al patrimonio costiero, selectioned abstract for the research atelier of the I National Conference on Coastal Landscapes Coste in movimento, promoted by the Observatory Coastal Landscapes, 2021 [Abstract]https://www.paesaggicostieri.org/_files/ugd/4709b6_da78b1415ca1422387149458fc9e1234.pdf
Di Ruocco I., Polverino S., Regalbuto S., Sivo S., A sustainable strategy for the port area of San Giovanni a Teduccio, in TRIA vol. 11 n. 1, e-ISSN 2281-4574 [Scientific article]