INNOVA – Virtual Archaeology International Network

Share

innova header

The Virtual Archaeology International Network, INNOVA, is composed of Centers, Institutions and Companies in this disciplinary field from more than 20 countries. The main objective of the Network is to promote coordinated researchinnovation and training among all researchers around the world, working in the field of Virtual Archeology, forging closer links between those who develop their work in public institutions and those who do so from the private sector.

Among the numerous objectives that form the mission of the society: research, innovation, development and formation; most of all, INNOVA wishes to create an environment for the international discussion and communication necessary to address and define heritage in the Digital Age. 

INNOVA also offers innovative trasnational training programmes, also accessible online through the SEAV Training Campus.

Further information:

Download the INNOVA NETWORK document (PDF, 3,5 Mb)

Official INNOVA website: http://virtualarchaeology.net/

SEAV Training website: http://www.seavtraining.com/

 

Leave a Reply


Related Articles

INNOVA Master's Degree in Virtual Cultural Heritage
How do you prepare a professional in Cultural Heritage in the digital age? How the University can solve the gap between Science and Humanities? Is the current University ready to deal with education in Cultural Heritage? Are then Humanities a good professional option? The INNOVA Master's Degree in Virtual Heritage, developed by INNOVA and SEAV, aims to offer an answer to these questions.
Technology for All 2018 - the international forum
Great news for "Technology for All 2018", a forum dedicated to technological innovation for the territory and the environment, cultural heritage and smart cities. Now in its fifth edition, the event will be held in Rome next October 3 to 5 in a new and prestigious location to be announced soon. Also renewed the format of the event, which will always offer information and training moments of high level, as well as opportunities for discussion and business between public administ...
Call for Proposals: Virtual Archaeology at EAA
In September 2018, the EAA European Association of Archaeologists will organize its annual meeting in Barcelona. More than 2000 scholars will attend its scientific sessions. Coinciding with this event, and in collaboration with EAA local organizers, an exhibition on Virtual Archaeology applications will take place. It will be addressed to scholars in archaeology and cultural heritage, but also to wider audiences. We invite archaeologists, historians, computer scientists, specialists in comput...
CHNT22 Urban Archaeology and Integration
The programme of the Cultural Heritage and New technologies CHNT conference this year includes different sessions: Integrating historical maps and archaeological data using digital technologies Adding life to written sources by studying the dead New realities 3: virtual, augmented reality and other techniques in Cultural and historical Heritage for the general public 3D digital reconstruction and related documentation sources 3D Documentation in Underwater Archaeology: Photogramm...