Department of History, Representation and Restoration of Architecture – "Sapienza" - University of Rome
Architect and Associate Professor at “Sapienza” - University of Rome, Department of History, Representation and Restoration of Architecture (DSDRA). In 2006 Ph.D in Scienze della Rappresentazione e del Rilievo with the thesis „Interaction between Sketching and Digital Architecture”. He teaches Architectural Survey and Descriptive Geometry at the Faculty of Architecture from 2008 andalso teach to Masters and PhD Courses.
Works actively on Cultural Heritage, tangible and intangible, on a lot of research projects.
Among the cultural heritage objects researched mention must be made of the San Pietro Dome, the wooden model of San Pietro made by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, the Giano's Arch in Rome; the Roman theatre and amphitheatre in Merida, Spain; the El Khaseneh theatre and the royal tombs at Petra, the theatre in Jarash, Jordania, San Carlo ai Catinari Dome in Rome.
Participated in the PRIN, Firb and Euromed Heritage IV Programme financed researchs.
Since 2012 is member and referee of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA).
Since 2016 is member of the Editorial Advisory Board and referee for IGI Global, Hershey PA publishing house, USA: Engineering Science Reference.
Since the 2017 is editor in chief of IGI Global’s Advances in Library and information science (ALIS) book series.
Since 2005 sits on the editorial board of scientific Journal of Class A „DISEGNARE. IDEE IMMAGINI”.
Since 2012 sits on the scientific committee of the MAVNA Museum (Virtual Archaeological Museum of Narce) in Mazzano Romano (Rome). Alfonso Ippolito is also member of some cultural and scientific associations: Unione Italiana Disegno – UID and EGA – Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica.
He has been participating as invited speaker and chairman in international and national conferences in such cities as: Canton in China; San Francisco, Las Vegas, Washington in the USA; La Plata in Argentina; Amman in Jordania, São Paulo in Brasil, in Madrid and various other cities.