Members: Daniel Nino for the City of Herculaneum, Mariarosaria Saviour for the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Naples and Pompeii, Christopher Smith for the British School at Rome.

Directors: Dieter Mertens, Deutsche Institut Archäologische; Emma Buondonno, University of Naples "Federico II" Maria Paola Guidobaldi, the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Naples and Pompeii, Massimo Iovino, Urban Herculaneum; Jane Thompson, Herculaneum Conservation Project.

President:  Dieter Mertens, Director of the Deutsche Institut Archäologische.

Scientific Director: Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, director of the Herculaneum Conservation Project.

Manager: Christian Biggi

Rome. After earning a degree in archeology and specialization in the management of archaeological heritage (University of Oxford), he worked for various projects of cultural property in Ireland, United Kingdom, Italy, Albania and South Africa. He has also worked as a consultant for the ICCROM for the program in the Arab countries (ATHAR).                        
Assistant manager: White Capasso

San Sebastiano al Vesuvio. Graduated in Culture and Administration of Cultural Heritage Management with specialization in Innovation and Organization of Culture and the Arts (University of Bologna). Among other experiences, has carried out a training period of eight months in China as part of a conservation project of the historical city of Beijing.
  Activity Coordinator: Sarah Court

London. After a degree in archeology and a specialization in the archeology of the City of Rome
(University of Reading), has worked with the British School at Rome for various projects of archeology,
archive and preservation. Work with the Herculaneum Conservation Project as coordinator of research and dissemination activities, and acts as a bridge between the work on the site and the activities of the Research Center.
Coordinator for the project Oral History: Paola Matafora

Herculaneum. Bachelor of Arts degree (University Federico II, Naples). Consultant and researcher of folk bells Active in theater has participated in school projects PON, POR and Comenius and routes of occupational therapy in collaboration with the 'ASL Portici-Ercolano

Coordinator for the project Teaching Cultural Heritage: Lidia Vignola

Catania. After a degree in Conservation of Cultural Heritage has achieved specialization in Archaeology (University Federico II, Naples). He has experience as an archaeologist / surveyor in the field in Italy and abroad and in cultural and educational projects with museums and archaeological sites, with attention to the disabled public.


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