To understand what changes the cultural heritage objects undergo over time, a tremendous amount of data needs to be compared, analysed and stored. These data need to be aligned and ESR in CHANGE Evdokia Saiti works at NTNU Norway on how to automate this process. Read more about Saiti's Phd Project.
CHANGE School France 2020
The third training event in CHANGE will take place in Paris, Germolles and Dijon. Exact dates will be announced soon.
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 of Gjøvik, founded as late as in 1861, arouse the curiosity of cultural heritage for our Early Stage Researchers (ESR)? (See more)
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. See more.
A week of Colour in Paris! CIC 2019
Events — 21-25 October 2019
Many ESRs from CHANGE & ApPEARS will attend the 27th Colour and Imaging Conference to be held in Paris this October 21-25.
More information on the conference can be found here.
Attendance at Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions MSCA 2019 conference
Project Manager of the ApPEARS and the CHANGE project, Anneli Torsbakken Østlien, was present at the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions MSCA 2019 conference, learning about the opportunities and challenges the actions provides. (See more)
CHANGE Kickoff Meeting 2019
CHANGE Kickoff Meeting 2019, event held at NTNU i Gjøvik May 15th and 16th. During this first meeting, project partners discussed the work plan and research topics that will be carried out in the next four years (2019- 2023) (See more)
Presentation at NTNU Library
Jon Yngve Hardeberg did a presentation at the NTNU library located in Gjøvik. In the presentation he explained the importance of research projects in the university community, external funding for researchers and building successfully trained researchers. CHANGE ITN project was introduced. (See more)
Story at Gemini.no
Using advanced imaging technology and 3D printing, the Color Lab at NTNU in Gjøvik will ensure our art and cultural heritage. This is possible because the institution has received NOK 80 million for two EU projects. (See more)