Grazia Tucci

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Grazia Tucci
Grazia Tucci

Professore Associato - Direttore del Laboratorio, Architetto, phd in Scienze Geodetiche e Topografiche è Professore Associato di Topografia e Cartografia presso l'Università degli Studi di Firenze dove insegna Topografia e Sistemi informativi Geografici, Telerilevamento e Geomatic for built heritage conservation.

Membro del collegio docenti dell’International PhD Course Civil and Environmental Engineering.

È Associate Member del CIPA Heritage Documentation Executive Board e Membro del Comitato Nazionale ICOMOS Italia; co-chair nel WG V/1 "Multi‐level Education & Training" Curriculum Development and Methodology” dell’ISPRS. Dirige il laboratorio GECO le cui attività sono rivolte principalmente alla documentazione, alla tutela e alla valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale con tecnologie innovative, e il laboratorio SCHEMA indirizzato alla conoscenza e al monitoraggio del territorio e delle infrastrutture ai fini della gestione del rischio. Nell’ambito di progetti nazionali e internazionali ha rilevato importanti complessi monumentali quali la Fortezza da Basso, il Battistero di San Giovanni e la Galleria dell’Accademia a Firenze, la Torre del Mangia a Siena, le Torri di San Gimignano, la Basilica del Santo Sepolcro a Gerusalemme. Autrice di oltre 170 pubblicazioni nel settore della Geomatica applicata ai Beni Culturali.


Grazia Tucci, architect, PhD in Geodetic and Topographical Sciences is Associate Professor of Topography and Cartography at the University of Florence where she teaches Topography and Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing and Geomatics for Built Heritage Conservation.

Member of the teaching staff of the International PhD Course in Civil and Environmental Engineering, which is a joint doctoral course with the T.U. Braunschweig (Germany).

She is Associate Member of the CIPA-Heritage Documentation (an ISC of ICOMOS and ISPRS) Executive Board and Member of the ICOMOS Italian National Committee; co-chair in the WG V/1 "Multi-level Education & Training - Curriculum Development and Methodology" of ISPRS. She is head of the GECO laboratory, whose activities are mainly focused on documentation, protection and enhancement of Cultural Heritage with innovative technologies. She is also head of SCHEMA Laboratory, which aims at developing new techniques for surveying and monitoring environment and infrastructures in order to support decision makers in risk management applications. She was involved to several National and International research projects, where she participated to surveying activities of important monumental complexes such as: Fortezza da Basso, Baptistery of San Giovanni and Accademia Gallery in Florence; Torre del Mangia in Siena; Towers of San Gimignano; Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem. She is author of more than 170 papers in international scientific journals and conferences in the field of Geomatics applied to Cultural Heritage.