Tag: cultural heritage

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Linked Heritage training programme

The Learning Objects, developed in the frame of Linked Heritage, range from Europeana to aggregation, metadata standards, linked data, terminology, etc.) and address an identified shortage of awareness of these important topics. Continue reading


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Linking Cultural Heritage Information

Linked Heritage demonstrated the publication of Linked Data to the digital cultural heritage community, including the establishment of a linked data server which delivers our metadata as linked data triples. To identify the most effective way for the cultural heritage sector to create, manage and apply permanent identifiers. Continue reading


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Agorà of Polis comes back: Mobility, Cultural Heritage, Sustainable Building

The annual event organized by Polis (Polo di Innovazione delle Tecnologie per la Città Sostenibile – Innovation Pole of the Technologies for a Sustainable City) was held in the Engineering College of Siena’s University on the 26th – 27th September 2013. It has hosted two days of debate about the “Smart Specialization Strategy” general topic, structured on the three Polis themes MOBILITY, CULTURAL HERITAGE and SUSTAINABLE BUILDING. Continue reading


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Xth Annual International Event for Professionals in Cultural Heritage and Advanced Technologies

On the 12-13 November 2013, at the Jerusalem’s Van Leer Institute, is being held the Xth Annual International Event for Professionals in Cultural Heritage and Advanced Technologies. Scholars from all-over-the-world are invited to share their latest projects with the colleagues with a seven-minutes spot-light. Continue reading


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eCultValue Dialogue Day

Participants will be given the opportunity to follow presentations provided by cultural heritage experts during the keynote session and afterwards to brainstorm and discuss their challenging ideas with experts from the ICT sector, EU funded projects and any interested users in a “World Café” style discussion. Continue reading


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Italian Virtual Heritage School: Virtual Archaeology 2013

The 2013 edition of the school focused on the following main areas: processing of 3D/2D sampled data, technologies enabling easy production of multimedia presentation for the web or for museum kiosks, interpretation and reconstruction of the archaeological and ancient landscape, through Virtual Reality and Computer Graphics techniques. Continue reading


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Conference: The dissemination of technical and scientific culture in Europe

The conference intends to contribute to the Italian debate about forms and perspectives for dissemination of technical and scientific culture, and to open a dialogue, based on concrete models and experiences, between experts and institutional representatives. Wide space is reserved to the analysis of the changes that are concerning technical and scientific museology, and the relations with the convergence of science, culture, society, renewal teaching. Continue reading


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BOX, an innovative product for management of cultural data

A new product for cultural heritage and digital humanities has just been released by Hyperborea, an innovative company that applies computer technologies to the environment and cultural heritage fields. The name BOX is related to the fact that the product is a real container of data belonging to different cultural domains: archives, museums, libraries and so on. Continue reading


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Neutron Imaging and Neutron Methods in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Research

NINMACH 2013, 1st International Conference on Neutron Imaging and Neutron Methods in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Research Sept. 9-12, 2013 Held under the Auspices of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at Technische Universität München, Garching, Germany In the recent … Continue reading


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How EGI is supporting digital cultural heritage

EGI brings together a platform of computing resources from centres across Europe. Many of these have experience in providing services for the DCH research community. EGI is now building on this heritage as a partner in the DCH-RP project and participation in the Euro-Mediterranean Conference in Cyprus. Continue reading