COLLABORATE: Cultural Heritage Research in Focus

On the 29th of October 2014, representatives of ten innovative cultural heritage research projects, funded by the JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change, met in Dublin to present their ongoing work.

Video files of those presentations, including the relevant power point slides, are now available online.

Mr. Martin Colreavy - Principal Advisor at the Department of Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht - presents Ireland’s involvement in the JPI Cultural Heritage.                   

Patrizia Bianconi - from Italy's Ministry for Cultural Heritage, Cultural Activities and Tourism - presents An introduction to the work of the JPI Cultural Heritage and its Strategic Research Agenda.                 

Prof. Wout van der Toorn Vrijthoff - from Delft University of Technology - presnts the SHUC project (A Sustainable Future for the Historic Urban Core).

Prof. Hartmut Kutzke - from the University of Oslo - presents the ArCo project (Ageing Study of Treated Composite Archaeological Waterlogged Artifacts). 

Mr.Yves Vanhellemont - from the Belgian Building Research Institute - presents the EMERISDA project (Effectiveness of Methods against Rising Damp in Buildings).

Stefano de Miranda - from the University of Bologna - presents the KISADAMA project (Kinetics of Salt Crystallisation Damage in Historic Masonry).

Dr. Kalliopi Fouseki - from University College London - presents the H@V project (Heritage Values Network).

Mr. Graham Fairclough - from Newcastle University - presents the CHeriScape project (Cultural Heritage in Landscape).

Ms. Elisabeth Marie Victoire - from the Laboratoire de Recherche des Monuments Historiques, France - presents the REDMONEST project (Monitoring Dynamic Network for Existing Structures of Concrete Cultural Heritage).

Prof. Bogusław Szmygin - from Lublin University of Technology - presents the SMART-Value project (Values and Valuation in Protection, Conservation and Contemporary Use of Heritage).

Mr. Stratos Stylianidis - of GeoImaging Ltd, Cyprus - presents the TANGIBLE project (Technologies and Tools for the Beneficial Diagnosis and Preservation of Tangible Cultural Heritage).

Editor's note: The KISADAMA project requested that their power-point slides not be included, and the LeadART project requested that neither the slides nor the video of their presentation be made public, as each of these contain references to unpublished results. For more information on each of the ten projects, however, including downloadable PDF factsheets, simple click on the following link:

http://www.heritageportal.eu/About-Us/The-JPICH/JPICH-JHEP-Joint-Pilot-Call-for-Research-Proposals.html

 

SUBMITTED BY: admin admin AUTHOR:  ORIGINAL PUBLISHED DATE: 12/18/2014

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