Tag: Euromed

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Use of freehand sketching in the modern interdisciplinary conservation of cultural heritage

Prof. Anna Lobovikov-Katz, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, was one of the members in the scientific committee at EuroMed 2016 and on the occasion of the conference she presented two papers. One was focused … Continue reading


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EuroMed 2016: one of the milestone events on Cultural Heritage research

The European Mediterranean Conferences (EuroMed) is a biannual event organized by Digital Heritage Research Lab of Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) and has become a regular worldwide milestone on Cultural Heritage interdisciplinary research. EuroMed Conference is focused on conservation, massive … Continue reading


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“Reusing Digital Cultural Heritage: Boosting Education, Audience Engagement, Business Creation”

During Euromed 2016 conference in Nicosia (Cyprus) Monday 31st October 2016 h. 5 pm Digitization has been a major objective for most, if not all, cultural content holders in every European country. Museums, Librarie, Galleries, arts organisations and also private … Continue reading


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EuroMed 2016: Call for Papers

A successful decade of European – Mediterranean Conferences on Cultural Heritage Documentation, Preservation and Protection (EuroMed): 2006 – 2016 You are kindly invited to submit a paper to the EuroMed 2016 conference which will provide an opportunity to exchange research results, … Continue reading


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CIVIC EPISTEMOLOGIES presented at EUROMED 2014

Mauro Fazio from the Italian Ministry of Economic Development MISE, Civic Epistemologies Project Coordinator, presented the project at the workshop “The Digitization Age: Mass Culture is Quality Culture. Challenges for Cultural Heritage and Society”, organised by Promoter Srl in the framework of the EUROMED 2014 Conference in Limassol, Cyprus. Continue reading


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PREFORMA presented at EUROMED 2014

Peter Pharow, PREFORMA Design Phase Leader, presented the project and the main challenges of the design phase at the workshop “The Digitization Age: Mass Culture is Quality Culture. Challenges for Cultural Heritage and Society”, organised by Promoter Srl in the framework of the EUROMED 2014 Conference in Limassol, Cyprus. Continue reading


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RICHES at EuroMed 2014

On 3 November 2014 in Limassol, Cyprus, RICHES particpated in the 5th International Euro-Mediterranean Conference (EuroMed 2014), held on 3-8 November. RICHES Coordinator Neil Forbes of Coventry University (UK) presented the project, its objectives and its first outcomes within a workshop, entitled “The Digitisation Age: Mass Culture is Quality Culture. Challenges for Cultural Heritage and Society”. The workshop was organised by RICHES Communication Manager Promoter Srl. Continue reading


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Europeana Space at Euromed Congress 2014

Project Coordinator Professor Sarah Whatley spoke about Europeana Space project during a focused workshop, dedicated to analyse the stategies for  cultural heritage in the new digital age, held during the important congress Euromed in Cyprus (3-8 November 2014). Europeana Space was … Continue reading


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A strategy for cultural heritage in the new digital age.

A panel workshop to disseminate the latest achievements and to foster collaboration in the digital cultural heritage sector is organized by Promoter Srl in the framework of the important congress Euromed 2014. EU projects, organizations and professional operating in this field are invited to participate in the discussion. Continue reading


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1st International Workshop on Big Data in Digital Cultural Heritage

This interesting workshop will be held in the framework of the EUROMED 2014. Big data is a domain which integrates methodologies and solutions across a number of ICT disciplines. It is finding its way to various applications within digital cultural heritage, such as large scale data mining for metadata generation and enhancement, novel visualisation techniques, 3D models of immovable and movable cultural heritage artefacts, search and storage of very large digital libraries, new approaches to digital curation and preservation. Continue reading