Training schools of 5 to 10 days long to be addressed to all ESRs to provide intersectoral collaborations with hands-on experience, both on the examination / analysis of CH artifacts and their documentation using innovative imaging techniques. In addition to introductory courses and in-depth workshops, all schools will include keynote presentations on advanced topics in conservation science and imaging techniques, the current knowledge in the field, and the future needs.
10. - 21. February 2020, all ESRs were attending the first official training school in CHANGE. During this event, the ESRs were introduced to eachother's PhD projects, and different topics to ensure a broader understanding of the interdisciplinary field they are working in. They were introduced to transferrable skills and visited museums in Oslo. The following topics were covered during Training Event 1:
- Oral presentation of each ESR project
- Cultural Heritage Imaging
- Introduction to Cultural Heritage Artifacts
- Use of Imaging and analytical techniques in conservation
- The Munch Aula Project at the University of Oslo
- Imaging science
- Data intensive analysis
- Transferable skills: Ethics, ethics of conservation, Responsible Research and Innovation, Project Management, Research tools, Open Science, Data Management Plan, Intellectual Property Rights, communication and dissemination.
This training school will be organised in the form of a summer school (approx. 10 days). ESRs will be given hands-on experience with multi modal imaging for CH objects. An introductory and two transferable skills courses will also be provided, focusing in interdisciplinarity and outreach.
Courses and workshops provided in this CHANGE school will focus on the different aspects of software development for CH, from data management, algorithms, and other advanced topics. The transferable skill session will focus on industry and commercialization.
Lead: HES SO
This CHANGE school will focus on the dissemination and outreach of the outcomes of ESR projects to end-users and to public. Additionally, transferable skill sessions will also be provided aiming to further equip the ESRs for their future career.