The fourth edition of the International Summer School GIS-BIM 2023 offers quality training on two topics of great relevance: the Digital Twin integrated with innovative solutions in the management of the design process of Green Infrastructure.
The complexity of the processes in the construction industry requires an approach aimed at codifying the interactions present in all levels, through integrated solutions that simplify the entire design workflow.
The ISS, starting from the methodological and regulatory framework through the presentation of case studies in various fields (Architecture, Linear Infrastructure, Cultural Heritage) in Europe, Central America and Asia, proposes an innovative training framework.
We are waiting for the confirmation of 10 scholarships for foreign students only.
Lessons will be held in mixed mode: in presence in Rome and online.

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GIS BIM 2023

Deadline 7 July 2023

The course was organised by Sapienza PDTA Department and was promoted also in cooperation with Asian and Central America Universities.


The initiative was rewarded with the IUC Programme Competitive Fund that supported the promotion in China and granted 10 full scolarships for chinese students. In the first decade of September 2019 the high-level training event involved over 30 students from China and 20 from other countries, who attended the 40 hours course with 6 training credits assigned.  Students came from many cities Liuzhou, Yantai and several other universities. Some practitioners from Hong Kong’s Glodon Company also participated.

The training course focused on the opportunities, principles and advantages related to the management of urban design and planning workflows based on ICT tools such as  BIM – Building Information Modeling – and GIS – Geographic information systems.

The course included methodological solutions for

  • energy-friendly and age-friendly design,
  • cultural heritage restoration approaches,
  • GIS environmental and suitability analysis,
  • Artificial intelligence applied to the construction sector.
  • Integration methodologies between BIM and GIS