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Text by Prof. dr. F. Rinaudo For a scientific committee like CIPA-HD, the Statutes are of fundamental importance because they regulate the way research and dissemination activities are developed. The Statutes cannot be untouchable tool. They must adapt to new situations that the advancement of knowledge proposes to new research habits of its members and […]
Longread by Prof. Dr. Minna Silver (4 to 5 minutes) The world has changed from the beginning of the new decade 2020, when the pandemic COVID-19 known as the corona virus has spread to different continents with unexpected consequences. The world has vividly appeared to be a more vulnerable place for humankind than earlier in […]
The junior research group UrbanHistory4D hosted the workshop „Research and Education in Urban History in the Age of Digital Libraries“ under the patronage of CIPA on 10-11 October 2019 in Dresden. Organized by Florian Niebling (Würzburg), Heike Messemer (Würzburg) and Sander Münster (Dresden) it was a joint international event of the University of Würzburg and […]
The Faculty of Engineering Science of the KULeuven (B) is looking for candidates to fill in the position of Junior Professor in Smart Architecture and Built Heritage. You can find more information via the KULeuven website, or by contacting the CIPA-HD Secretary General, Fulvio Rinaudo: firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline: March 1st 2020
The 27th international CIPA symposium will host a discussion on ethical issues regarding heritage recording.
The CIPA Workshop on Research and Education in Urban History in the Age of Digital Libraries takes place on October 10-11, 2019 at the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum in Dresden, Germany. It is co-located with the Time Machine Conference 2019.
CIPA wants to draw your attention to Tech4Culture, a doctoral programme that is specifically focused on technologies applied to cultural heritage. The program is organised by the University of Torino (Italy), with the support of the European Commission and the banking foundation Compagnia di San Paolo. All information about Tech4Culture can be found on the official webpage.