Smart heritage preservation for endangered heritage sites in the Middle East: Strategies, virtual technologies and impact
The Centre for Architecture Urbanism and Global Heritage at Nottingham Trent University is delighted to host this four-day international workshop. Their aims is to investigate strategies and methods to use smart technologies to research, record, document and analyse historic sites.
- From: Tuesday 2 July 2019, 9 am
- To: Friday 5 July 2019, 6 pm
- Location: Room 115, Arkwright Building, Nottingham Trent University, Shakespeare Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
- Booking deadline: Monday 1 July 2019, 5.00 pm
The workshop will support young researchers, heritage professionals, policy makers, and entrepreneurs to engage with virtual heritage technologies in the context of national and global heritage sites.
The free four-day event is open to researchers from both the UK and the Middle East.
- Day one: discussion and debate of recent technological platforms used for active heritage preservation projects in the Middle East and across the globe
- Day two: using experimental and point-cloud laser scanning technologies for heritage sites recording and preservation
- Day three: showcasing the work of NTU’s Global Heritage Research Theme
- Day four: tours of historic sites in Nottingham.
Reserve your place
This event is open to NTU staff and students and is free to attend. To reserve your please please visit EventBrite to reserve your place.
For all enquiries please email CAUGH@ntu.ac.uk or telephone +44 115 84 84193
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