Schedule

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2018
8:30h
9:30h
Registration/Delivery of credentials
9:30h
10:00h
Presentation: Cor. Jesus Heras Arroyo / Carmen Fusté Bigorra / Milagros Flores Román / Mayors Ciudad Rodrigo, Almeida and Figueres (to be confirmed)
10:00h
11:00h
Inaugural conference: (to be confirmed)
11:00h
11:30h
Coffee Brake
12:00h
12:00h
Theme 1: Historical research and sustainable management (18th century)

Carlos Díaz Capmany: “Approach to the history and heritage of the castle of San Fernando.”
12:00h
14:00h
Visit Fortress San Fernando de Figueras: Juan Manuel Alfaro Guixot
14:00h
15:30h
Lunch Brake
15:30h
17:00h
Theme 1: Historical research and sustainable management (18th century)

Juan Miguel Muñoz Corbalán: “Pedro Martín de Paredes Zermeño.”
Fernando Cobos Guerra: “Salsas, Vauban and San Felipe de Menorca: Praise of the Casemate.”
Josep Lluís i Ginovart: “The concept of Modern Mechanics in the Spanish Military Engineers”
17:00h
17:30h
Coffee Brake
17:30h
19:30h
Theme 1: Historical research and sustainable management (18th century)

Open convocatory

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2018
8:30h
9:30h
Bus route to Roses, Girona
9:30h
11:00h
Visit to Pení Air Base: José Manuel Pañeda Ruíz
11:00h
11:30h
Bus route to S. Climent, Girona
11:30h
13:00h
Theme 2: Historical research and sustainable management (19th century)

Antonio Bravo Nieto: “Typologies and evolution of the advaced forts in the Spanish fortification of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. North Africa.”
Rafael Palacio Ramos: “The Permanent Defense Plan of Spain of 1855.”
13:00h
14:30h
Visit to the Sant Climent de Sesebes barracks: José Manuel Pañeda Ruíz
14:30h
16:00h
Lunch Brake
16:00h
17:00h
Theme 2: Historical research and sustainable management (19th century)

Antonio Gil Albarracín: “José Herrera García: his theory of defense and application to the Spanish coast in the mid-nineteenth century.”
Luís Alejandre Sintes: “The Fortress of Isabel II in the Port of Mahón.”
17:00h
17:30h
Coffee Brake
17:30h
18:30h
Theme 2: Historical research and sustainable management (19th century)

Open convocatory

18:30h
19:00h
Bus route (Return)
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2018
9:00h
10:00h
Thematic 3: Conservation and Re-Use (XVII-XVIII century)

Rafael Vila Rodriguez: “The bomb-proof covers of the San Fernando de Figueres fortress: a very problematic singularity”
Marta Monreal Vidal: “Discovering the hidden secrets of the Fortifications of Pamplona through its restoration works”
10:00h
10:30h
Coffee Brake
10:30h
12:30h
Thematic 3: Conservation and Re-Use (XVII-XVIII century)

Open convocatory

12:30h
14:30h
Visit to the Dalí Museum
14:30h
16:00h
Lunch Brake
16:00h
17:00h
Theme 4: Conservation and Re-Use (19th century)

Camila Mileto – Fernando Vegas – Valentina Cristini: “The strength of La Mola in Mahón: studies and interventions”
José Antonio Martinez López: “The permanent Defensive Plan of the Peninsula, Islands and adjacent Possessions and its development in Cartagena (1844-1865). The rehabilitation of the Navidad fort
17:00h
17:30h
Coffee Brake
17:30
18:30
Theme 4: Conservation and Re-Use (19th century)

Open convocatory

21:00
22:30
Gala Dinner
Activity not included (Prepayment)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2018
9:00h
10:00h
Bus route to Salses, France
10:00h
13:30h
Visit to the Fortress of Salsas: Fernando Cobos Guerra
Activity not included (Prepayment)
13:30h
14:30h
Bus route (Return)
14:30h
16:00h
Lunch Brake
16:00h
17:00h
Closing conference: Augusto Ferrer Dalmau (to be confirmed)
17:00h
17:30h
Coffee Brake
17:30h
18:00h
Milagros Flores Román: “ICOFORT CHARTER about fortifications and related patrimony; guides for protection, conservation and interpretation.”
18:00h
19:30h
Conclusions and ICOFORT debate
19:30h
20:00h
Closing: Cor. Jesus Heras Arroyo / Carmen Fusté Bigorra / Milagros Flores Román / Mayors Ciudad Rodrigo, Almeida and Figueres (to be confirmed)
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