Our three Greek ESRs, Amalia Siatou, Athanasia Papanikolau, Evdokia Saiti presented the CHANGE project and their individual research through an interdisciplinary approach to the Greek Conservation-Restoration community, reaching more than 150 participants Friday 14th of May 2021.
Photo: TV2.no CHANGE partner organisation the Museum of King Jan III’s Palace on Norwegian Television The Norwegian television broadcaster has visited the Museum of King Jan II’s Palace to see what the EEA/Norway grants are spent on, as Norway is about to start the negotiations with EU on the EEA agreement. Eryk Bunsch is interviewed […]
Photo: Example of a historical sample, measuring system and output quantities from a 3D DIC measurement. The sample is subjected to humidity fluctuations which result in the formation of displacements and change of its shape. Monitoring changes of Cultural Heritage objects Cultural Heritage (CH) objects represent the history and identity inherited from our ancestors, and […]
PhD midway presentations for the External Expert Advisory Board The second year of the CHANGE project is about to come to end, meaning we are soon half way through the project and our Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) are midway through their PhD project. It was time to catch up on their current status of their […]
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 […]