Technological District of Cultural Heritage Lazio
Sapienza Università di Roma
The Center of Excellence of the DTC Lazio was founded in July 2018 by five public universities (Sapienza University of Rome, University of Tor Vergata, University of Roma Tre, University of Viterbo, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio) and by the three main national research bodies CNR, ENEA, INFN, with the support of the Lazio Region and MIUR, and in collaboration with MIBACT.
DTC Lazio is a center for the aggregation and integration of technological skills applied to the conservation, enhancement and promotion of the historical, artistic and cultural heritage of the Lazio Region. The goal of the Center of Excellence is the implementation of strategic actions in terms of training, research, innovation and technology transfer, in order to strengthen, elevate and internationalize the Lazio business system in the field of technologies applied to cultural heritage.
Today the DTC Lazio Community includes more than 700 researchers and teachers engaged in research projects and human capital; 350 learners of the advanced training courses offered by the Center; 20,000 users of "massive open online courses" published on the Coursera platform; 100 members of the Stakeholder Board; 250 highly qualified laboratories equipped with advanced scientific instrumentation.
The DTC is also strongly committed to the qualification and specialization of human capital through innovative training and higher education projects, such as Masters, Advanced Training Courses (CAF), Permanent in-depth courses (CAP), Massive Online Open Courses (MOOC), aimed at to young graduates, entrepreneurs, employees of companies, organizations and service companies operating in the cultural heritage sector.
For more information, take a look at our website: dtclazio.it