Massimiliano Condotta is assistant professor of Building Technology at the Department of Architecture and Arts of the University Iuav of Venice. He holds a master’s degree in Architecture and a PhD in New Technologies and Information for the City, Territory & Environment.
Since 2000 he works at various research projects focused on collaborative e-learning systems, on the application of IT in urban design, on the organization and management of urban data through knowledge management systems, on the relation between sustainability and architecture.
He is member of the International Terminology Working Group of the Digital Art History Access Department, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, California and visiting researcher at the School of Environment, Education and Development, University of Manchester, UK.
Has been Professor of Urban Design at Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia (Italy) and visiting lecturer at the University of Applied Science of Potsdam (Germany) and at the Vladimir State University (Vladimir, Russia).
Published more than 50 scientific publications in papers, journals and books.
Works as professional architect in relevant architectural projects regarding renovation and restoration of historical buildings and complex urban environment.