EUreka3D: Preserving Values through #MemoryTwins


On the occasion of the third EUreka3D project plenary, hosted by partner CUT in Limassol, a demo event is organized to present the latest development and services of the EUreka3D e-infrastructure dedicated to manage and share 3D cultural heritage datasets. This event will also follow the exceptional presentation of the EUreka3D project at the TwinIt celebration event and Fair in Brussels on 14/5.


h. 14.45 CET opening the room for EUreka3D public event – hybrid format

h. 15.00 CET EUreka3D: Preserving Values through #MemoryTwins

  • welcome note from CUT Council and ICOMOS – Cyprus
  • greeting from the Deputy Ministries of Culture and Research in Cyprus
  • The data space for cultural heritage and TwinIt! campaign – Jolan Wuytz, Europeana Foundation
  • Intro to the EUreka3D project – Antonella Fresa, Photoconsortium
  • High quality digitization: the case of Lambousa boat – Marinos Ioannides & Panayiotis Panayiotou, UNESCO Chair on DCH @ Cyprus University of Technology
  • The EUreka3D Data Hub: latest development and services – Ignacio Lamata Martinez, EGI and Michal Orzechowski, ACK Cyfronet AGH
  • Discussion and Q&A

h. 16.30 CET end of the meeting

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eu emblemEUreka3D project is co-financed by the Digital Europe Programme of the European Union.


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