Date: 27-30 May 2013
Location: The Cyprus Institute, Nicosia, Cyprus
LinkSCEEM-2, V-Must, ArcLand, 3D-Icons and Linked Heritage EU funded projects are co-organising a 4-day workshop, during May 27-30, 2013 in Nicosia, Cyprus. The workshop is part of the LinkSCEEM-2 project training activities.
The workshop focuses on advanced technologies applied to Cultural Heritage (CH) research, in particular digital data acquisition (photogrammetry, laser scanning and Structure-from-Motion), the use of open-source software for data post-processing, metadata standards, knowledge repositories and creative industries. Theoretical aspects will be complemented with fieldwork activities at archaeological sites. Professionals from CH institutions (cultural foundations, museums), young researchers and students are invited to submit their application to attend the workshop.
There is a limited number of funded competitive fellowships (contributing to flights and accommodation costs) available to attend the workshop.
Fellowships will be awarded to suitable candidates who are involved in Digital Cultural Heritage projects or studies and who can identify how attending the workshop can help them in their future work.
Please note that no additional grants from ArcLand are available for this event!
Registration open: Thursday 4th of April 2013
Registration deadline: Monday 15th of April 2013, 12:00 Central European Time
Notification of acceptance: Friday 19th of April 2013
Applicants should fill in the following online form to express their interest in attending the User Meeting: http://cyprusinstitute.limequery.org/18968/lang-en
More information about the program of the workshop can be found in the following link on the SCEEM webpage: http://www.linksceem.eu/ls2/component/rsevents/event/23-Virtual-Heritage-School-on-Digital-Cultural-Heritage.html
Please keep in mind that the above webpage may be regularly updated.