Noëlle Streeton has been promoted to Professor! The CHANGE supervisor Noëlle Streeton at the University of Oslo has been promoted to professor! Congratulations, Noëlle!
Presentations during Electronic Imaging conference 2021 Four of CHANGE PhD fellows presented their research during the Electronic Imaging 2021 conference! Ramamoorthy Luxman presented “Next best light position (NBLP) estimation for automating the RTI acquisition process”, David Lewis presented “An automated adaptive focus pipeline for reflectance transformation imaging”, Athanasia Papanikolaou presented “3D digital image correlation system […]
Photo: Japanese Woodblock Print: Under the Wave Off Kanagawa, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. CHANGE Virtual Training School As for many others, the virtual seminars have become a big part of the working day of our project members. When the pandemic stopped us from meeting in Paris for the CHANGE School France this spring, we […]
Photo: Thomas Rigauts CHANGE at the 8th International EuroMed Conference on Digital Cultural Heritage Organised every second year by the Digital Heritage Research Laboratory at the Cyprus University of Technology, the 8th International EuroMed Conference on Digital Cultural Heritage ended after an intense four-day programme conducted the 2. – 5. of November. This year, the […]
Photo: Schematic of the machine learning classification method. Paintings are (from the top): “Jealousy in the Garden”, “the Sun”, “Scream”, “Rue Lafayette”, all by Munch. Classifying Munch Paintings Munch – the Norwegian painter is probably most famous for his painting called “The Scream” but as a talented artist who painted for 60 years, his heritage is […]
Track and Visualise the CHANGEs on Cultural Heritage Surfaces The conservation and restoration of cultural heritage objects are an occupation of protecting the material witnesses of human art from the past. It is very important to keep track of the occurrence of changes on its surface over time as documenting the changes is the first […]
Get aligned and track the CHANGEs To understand what changes the cultural heritage objects undergo over time, a tremendous amount of data needs to be compared, analysed and stored. Scans of e.g. surfaces or minerals generates a lot of data and the datasets are often in different formats and domains. There is a need for […]
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Finally, the time we had waited for was here – the CHANGE Training School Norway. Four months had passed since last time the CHANGE family was gathered in Paris. Now it was time to check whether the same nice atmosphere of Paris could re-emerge – this time in Norway in Gjøvik. Would the small city […]
Surrounded by Cultural Heritage Objects all over the city, the Early Stage Researchers (ESR) in CHANGE and ApPEARS were finally meeting each other in lovely Paris. The kick-off training event for all ESRs provided new insights in the academic field of colour as well as new friendships. Mid-October in Paris was both rainy and chilly, […]