The 10th HS Academy Lecture “Towards cathedrals of digital data and multidisciplinary knowledge in heritage science” will be held online on June 22nd, 2023, at 3 pm (Rome time).
Lecture #10 is part of the “Current Topics in Heritage Science” series and will be delivered by Livio De Luca on June 22nd, at 3 pm (Rome time). Architect, PhD in Engineering, HDR (Habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS and director of CNRS/MC-MAP (Models and simulations for Architecture and Cultural Heritage) unit. He will introduce his research – a new field of multidisciplinary and multidimensional digital data – as raw material for studying the mechanisms of knowledge production in heritage science. With an innovative approach to computational modelling and digitisation, the new experimental setting is used in the Notre-Dame de Paris scientific action (involving 175 researchers from disciplines such as archaeology, anthropology, architecture, history, chemistry, physics and computer science) to build a corpus of data on scientific practises in cultural heritage research in the digital age.
Register here: www.iperionhs.eu/ctinhs_lecture-10/