The following seminars will be part of the CHANGE schools and will address to specific ESRs who will develop further knowledge on:
Parameters affecting Cultural Heritage artefacts with time, analytical approaches to quantify visible/ invisible changes and the detection limits, the impact of degradation of materials (physical or chemical) on the shape and appearance of the corresponding Cultural Heritage artefacts as by the multimodal imaging.
- Painting conservation and imaging. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Matthieu Gilles at C2RMF.
- Beyond the connoisseurship approach: creating a chronology in Hokusai prints using non-invasive techniques and multivariate data analysis. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Marc Vermeulen at the Northwestern University, USA.
- Lights on the «Dark Ages»: multiscale 2D and 3D imagery for the study of medieval graffiti at the Château de Selles Cambrai, France. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Nicolas Mélard, C2RMF.
- Humay et Humayun: a new vision of Persian painting. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Laurence Clivet, C2RMF and Charlotte Maury, Louvre.
- Examination and analysis for conservation, what for? Case studies of metal artefacts. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Dominique Robcis, C2RMF.
- Analyses and Imaging: a combined approach to trace materiality and histories of colour. Case studies in painting and sculptures. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Anne-Solenn Le Hô, C2RMF.
Specific imaging techniques used to monitor Cultural Heritage artefacts during and after conservation intervention, introduction to techniques of automation for image acquisition and data processing, and to the development of well-structured processing chain.
- Imaging for conservation in Center of research and conservation for French museum C2RMF. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Clotilde Boust, C2RMF.
- Color and Gloss controls in 2,5D printing for conservation. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Marine Page
- Particle accelerator for cultural heritage analysis. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Claire Pacheco, C2RMF.
- RTI acquisition and processing for CH. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Yuly Castro, UBFC.
- 3D for cultural heritage analysis and conservation: case studies. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Charlotte Hochart and Alexis Komenda, C2RMF.
- Micro-computed tomography for natural history specimens. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Patricia Wils, National Museum of natural history.
- Radiography and tomography for artwork analysis. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Elsa Lambert, C2RMF.
- Contribution of 3D reconstruction technologies in the training of conservators, presentation and practical case: Use of silver-based photographs in photogrammetry to assess the evolution of alterations and restorations in the 20th century. Lecture provided during Virtual TS by Laura Bontemps and Angele Dequier, Institute National du Patrimoine.
- Hyper-spectral Key Point Detection for image stitching. Lecture provided during TS Virtual by Hermine Chatoux, UBFC.
Techniques for intermediate visualisation and assessment of results, local versus global image operators, semantic annotation and linking data acquired from multiple image modalities, overview of data structures to store multimodal information considering further analysis and processing.
Topics: Measurement errors and accuracy in Cultural Heritage, calibration standards and its management, introduction to IQ attributes and metrics, subjective and objective IQ assessment methods, quantitative IQ assessment at different phases of digitisation workflow.
Topics: Specific cases for Cultural Heritage domain from computing fields- state of art techniques, point cloud registration algorithms, point cloud distance measures, digital image processing principles, colour
Critical review of the technological knowledge acquired all along the project and the results on materials / artefacts selected and studied. A selection of possible related research topics will be discussed. Funding
possibilities and research extensions will also be discussed