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I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies
Ludovica’s research focuses on early modern Italian architecture with a special emphasis on new technologies (geographic information system, geo-spatial mapping techniques, and data management platforms) applied to urban and architectural history to demonstrate the process of city’s change over time. Her interests encompass the relationship between architecture, urban studies, and social history, and the wide-ranging issue of place-making dynamics. She currently is the PI of the ERC project Venice’s Nissology that reconstructs the history and transformation of the Venetian lagoon islands alongside their interwoven relationships in a geographically- and temporally-based digital environment.