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[[File:Team.jpg|thumb|720px|middle|The LED2LEAP project team at the international meeting in Bologna, October 2019.]]
 
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== Germany ==
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===Nürtingen-Geislingen University (NGU)===
 
*[https://www.hfwu.de/localchange E-Learning Unit], Project coordination and grant holder
 
 
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File:ERNESTO.jpg|'''Ernesto Antonini, Project Coordinator:''' Full Professor of Technology for Architecture at University of Bologna, Department of Artchitecture, since 2016 Graduated in Architecture at IUAV, Venice (1984), PhD in Technologies for Architecture (Rome "La Sapienza" University, 1991), Head of R&D  Dept. of Qua.S.CO., Bologna (Italy) 1993-2001. Appointed as Professor of Building Technologies and Building Process Management at IUAV School of Architecture, Venice (Italy) from 1998 to 2001. Associate Professor of Technology for Architecture at Bologna University, Dept. of Architecture, since 2005 until December 2015. As a researcher and then as a senior scientist he participated in several research projects funded by both National and European Programs, mainly focused on innovation in building techniques, materials and components as well as on new tools and equipment for the building process and, lately, on recycling of construction & demolition waste and sustainable architecture. He is chartered Expert Evaluator of the Italian Ministry for University and Research, the Italian Ministry for Economic Development as well as for the Regional Government of Toscana, Marche and Veneto. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "The LED2LEAP project is an opportunity to re-found landscape, turning it into a tool and a result of a more democratic, participatory and sustainable society. This kind of landscape requires a new kind of designer that we hope to help train with this project. Many times we celebrate our historical Italian or even European landscape to which we are certainly fond of, which are part of our roots. However, these landscapes are often and for the most part the result of authoritarian and oligarchic governments of the past, images of top-down politics and processes. With the LED2LEAP project, we are not only at the foundation of a new designer but equally of a new aesthetic of the landscape, an image of participatory, community, sharing and democratic processes."
 
File:ERNESTO.jpg|'''Ernesto Antonini, Project Coordinator:''' Full Professor of Technology for Architecture at University of Bologna, Department of Artchitecture, since 2016 Graduated in Architecture at IUAV, Venice (1984), PhD in Technologies for Architecture (Rome "La Sapienza" University, 1991), Head of R&D  Dept. of Qua.S.CO., Bologna (Italy) 1993-2001. Appointed as Professor of Building Technologies and Building Process Management at IUAV School of Architecture, Venice (Italy) from 1998 to 2001. Associate Professor of Technology for Architecture at Bologna University, Dept. of Architecture, since 2005 until December 2015. As a researcher and then as a senior scientist he participated in several research projects funded by both National and European Programs, mainly focused on innovation in building techniques, materials and components as well as on new tools and equipment for the building process and, lately, on recycling of construction & demolition waste and sustainable architecture. He is chartered Expert Evaluator of the Italian Ministry for University and Research, the Italian Ministry for Economic Development as well as for the Regional Government of Toscana, Marche and Veneto. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "The LED2LEAP project is an opportunity to re-found landscape, turning it into a tool and a result of a more democratic, participatory and sustainable society. This kind of landscape requires a new kind of designer that we hope to help train with this project. Many times we celebrate our historical Italian or even European landscape to which we are certainly fond of, which are part of our roots. However, these landscapes are often and for the most part the result of authoritarian and oligarchic governments of the past, images of top-down politics and processes. With the LED2LEAP project, we are not only at the foundation of a new designer but equally of a new aesthetic of the landscape, an image of participatory, community, sharing and democratic processes."

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The LED2LEAP project team at the international meeting in Bologna, October 2019.


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