World Heritage expert, Great Britain, has over 20 years’ experience in consultancy and developing successful nomination files for the World Heritage List for the Governments of Great Britain, Japan, Poland, Germany etc. Since 2006, he has been participating yearly at the sessions of the World Heritage Committee and consulting on several themes such as developing the Tentative Lists, developing transnational nominations etc.
Architect and PhD, lecturer of the ”Sanda Voiculescu” Department of History and Architecture Theory and Heritage Conservation within the ”Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning in Bucharest. Ms. Iamandescu coordinates restoration projects and teaches courses that cover subjects such as The Rehabilitation of Historical Monuments, Industrial Archaeology. With over 10 years’ experience in central administration (Ministry of Culture / Directorate of Historical Monuments), she is a member of the TICCIH board and President of ICOMOS Romania. Currently, she manages the Department for Immovable Heritage within the National Institute of Heritage and is the national Focal Point for the World Heritage Convention.
National Institute of Heritage
Architect, Phd in Urban Planning, lecturer of the Urban Planning Faculty within the ”Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning in Bucharest. Ms. Hărmănescu teaches covering subjects such as Rural Landscape and Sustainable Development. Involved in numerous research projects and studies on these subjects, Ms. Hărmănescu also conducted a post-doctoral research on Rural Landscape.
Archaeologist, PhD in History, head of the Archeology Office within the National Institute of Heritage, Ms. Iosipescu is specialized in medieval archaeology and historical monument research, with focus on fortifications and defensive designs. Between 2000 and 2004, she participated in the archaeological campaigns of the Alburnus Maior research programe. She is also an associate professor of the University of Bucharest, teaching at the Faculty of History, within the master’s programme dedicated to Cultural Resources and Heritage in contemporary society.
Art Historian, scientific researcher within the World Heritage Office of the National Institute of Heritage. Between 1992 and 1998, Ms. Postăvaru as part of the Romanian-German research programme for the Saxon colonist settlements in Transylvania. The results of this programme have been gathered within the Villages with Fortified Churches in Transylvania nomination file for the inscription in the UNESCO World Heritage List, which was inscribed in 1999. In 2000, Ms. Postăvaru was part of the Roșia Montană programme for built heritage inventory. Since 2011, she is the scientific coordinator designated by the National Institute of Heritage for the Bucium Summer University, focusing on the protection of rural mining heritage.
Architect and graduate of the School for specialization in heritage and landscape conservation within the Sapienza University in Rome, with a paper on the urban conservation of the Central Square in Roșia Montană, study which further developed the experience gained through the built heritage research campaigns and time as coordinator of the construction sites in Roșia Montană. She is currently assistant within the Legislation Department of the Romanian Chamber of Architects, Bucharest Branch, and co-manager of the Calup urban regeneration project.
Art Historian, graduate of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and of the Faculty of History within the University of Bucharest, she continued her studies with a MA in Art History and Philosophy of Culture. Heritage officer within the National Institute of Heritage, she is also a member of the ARCHÉ Association, an NGO with the mission to research, promote and develop cultural heritage.
Topographic support and technical map editing:
Eduard Hazu, surveyor, Department for Immovable Heritage, National Institute of Heritage
Răzvan Lie, architect intern
Alexandru Gagiu, student architect.
National History Museum of Romania
Archaeologist, History PhD, Deputy Manager of the National Museum of Romanian History, coordinator of the Alburnus Maior – Roșia Montană National Archaeological Research Programme, author of numerous studies and articles on the results of the campaign.
Archaeologist, History PhD, scientific researcher and member of the MNIR (National Museum of Romanian History) research team for the Alburnus Maior – Roșia Montană National Archaeological Research Programme, author of numerous studies and articles on the results of the campaign.
Archaeologist, PhD in history, Scientific Researcher and member of the MNIR research team for the Alburnus Maior – Roșia Montană National Archaeological Research Programme, author of numerous studies and articles on the results of the campaigns.
Archaeologist, PhD in history, Scientific Researcher I - Unirii Museum in Alba Iulia, lecturer - ”Lucian Blaga” University in Sibiu, associate professor of the German Archaeologic Institute
Andrei Turenici, Alice Ioana Voinea