Annika Moscati’s research interests concern the possibilities to improve information systems for the management and the enhancement of the building heritage integrating Geographic Information Systems with Architectural Information Systems and BIM (Building Information Modelling).
Annika defended her Ph.D. Thesis titled “Integrated Information Systems for the enhancement of the urban / architectural heritage, including 3D GIS, AIS (Architectural Information Systems) and Web” in June 2012. The research has been carried out at La Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy and at the CNRS/MCC MAP-Gamsau Laboratory in Marseilles, France.
She worked in Sweden as an architect before obtaining the current postion as senior lecturer at Jönköping University in August 2015.
Håkansson, O., Jacobsson, M., Linderoth, H., Moscati, A., Samuelsson, O.
Challenges in measuring performance of collaborative R&D projects.
G. Fernandes, L. Dooley, D. O'Sullivan & A. Rolstadas
Managing collaborative R&D projects:
Leveraging open innovation knowledge-flows for co-creation
(pp. 317 -329).
Architettura delle informazioni: il database.
Sistemi informativi integrati per la tutela, la conservazione e la valorizzazione del patrimonio architettonico e urbano
Rome: Gangemi Editore
Xue, R., Moscati, A., Kebede, R., Johansson, P.
Information Exchange Process Analysis between Authoring Design Tools and Lighting Simulation Tools.
ICCIBIM 2021: International Conference on Construction Informatics and Building Information Modeling, Singapore, July 5-6, 2021.
Ippoliti, E., De Luca, L., Meschini, A., Moscati, A., Rossi, D.
Shedding light on the city: discovering, appreciating and sharing Cultural Heritage using 3D Visual Technology.
18th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia Virtual Systems in the Information Society.