EB-BevilacquaCorresponding Editor, Nexus Network Journal
Areas of study: historical military architecture, architectural and urban survey, digital technologies for the communication of historical architectural heritage

Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua, engineer, is Assistant Professor of Architectural Representation at the University of Pisa, where he was graduated in 2003 and received a Ph.D. in “Sciences and techniques for the civil constructions” in 2008. His research interests are in the field of valorization of the historical architectural heritage, with particular attention to historical military architecture, architectural and urban survey and digital technologies for the communication of historical architectural heritage. He currently teaches Architectural Representation and Methodologies for Architectural surveying in the Master degree program of Building Engineering and Architecture. He has published several works and papers on his main research topics, presented conferences and lectures. Among his publications are Le mura di Pisa. Rafforzamenti, ammodernamenti e modificazioni dal XII al XIX secolo, co-authored with Cristina Salotti (Pisa: ETS, 2011); for the NNJ "The Conception of Ramparts in the Sixteenth Century: Architecture, 'Mathematics' and Urban Design(vol. 9, 2 (2007), pp. 249-261), “The Turkish Baths in Elbasan: Architecture, Geometry and Wellbeing” with Roberto Castiglia (NNJ, 10-2, 2008) and "Alexander Klein and the Existenzminimum: A 'Scientific' Approach to Design Techniques (NNJ, 13-2, 2011). He is co-author with Kim Williams of “Leon Battista Alberti's Bombard Problem in Ludi matematici: Geometry and Warfare” (The Mathematical Intelligencer, 34, 8 (2013), pp. 27-38).

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Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua
DESTEC Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'Energia, dei Sistemi, del Territorio e delle Costruzioni
Università di Pisa
Largo Lucio Lazzarino, 1
56122 Pisa, Italy

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Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua, engineer, is Assistant Professor of Architectural Representation at the University of Pisa, where he was graduated in 2003 and received a Ph.D. in “Sciences and techniques for the civil constructions” in 2008. His research interests are in the field of valorization of the historical architectural heritage, with particular attention to the following themes: historical military architecture, architectural and urban survey, digital technologies for the communication of historical architectural heritage. He currently teaches Architectural Representation and Methodologies for Architectural surveying in the Master degree program of Building Engineering and Architecture at the University of Pisa. He published several works and papers on his main research topics, presented conferences and lectures. Among his publications, we mention: the book “Le mura di Pisa. Rafforzamenti, ammodernamenti e modificazioni dal XII al XIX secolo” with Cristina Salotti (Pisa: ETS, 2011); for NNJ The Conception of Ramparts in the Sixteenth Century: Architecture, 'Mathematics' and Urban Design” (NNJ, 9, 2007), “The Turkish Baths in Elbasan: Architecture, Geometry and Wellbeing” with Roberto Castiglia (NNJ, 10-2, 2008) and Alexander Klein and the Existenzminimum: A 'Scientific' Approach to Design Techniques” (NNJ, 13-2, 2011). He’s co-author with Kim Williams of “Leon Battista Alberti's Bombard Problem in Ludi matematici: Geometry and Warfare” (The Mathematical Intelligencer, 34, 8, 2013).