In-Depth Workshops

In-Depth Workshops

The following seminars will be part of the CHANGE schools and will address to specific ESRs who will develop further knowledge on:

Host Institution: UBFC

  • Parameters affecting CH artifacts 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 CH artifacts as by the multi modal imaging.

Participating ESRs: 2,4,5,7,10 -15

Host Institution: C2RMF, UvA

  • Specific imaging techniques used to monitor CH artifacts during and after conservation intervention,
  • Introduction to techniques of automation for image acquisition, data processing and to the development of well-structured processing chain.

Participating ESRs: 2,4,5,7,10 -15

Host Institution: WUT

  • Techniques for intermediate visualization 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 multi modal information considering further analysis and processing.

Participating ESRs: 2,4,5,6

Host Institution: CNRS, INP

  • Measurement errors and accuracy in CH
  • Calibration standards and its management
  • Introduction to IQ attributes and metrics
  • Subjective and objective IQ assessment methods
  • Quantitative IQ assessment at different phases of digitization workflow.

Participating ESRs: 2,4,5,7,10 -15

Host Institution: ACN, UvA

  • Specific cases for CH domain from computing fields- state of art techniques
  • Point cloud registration algorithms
  • Point cloud distance measures
  • Digital image processing principles
  • Colour representation, etc.

Participating ESRs: 3, 12

Host Institution: HES SO, UvA
Critical review of the technological knowledge acquired all along the project and the results on materials / artifacts selected and studied. A selection of possible related research topics will be discussed. Funding possibilities and research extensions will also be discussed.