2nd International Conference on Transdisciplinary Multispectral Modelling Cultural Heritage

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2nd International Conference on Transdisciplinary Multispectral Modelling Cultural Heritage

December 12, 2021 @ 8:00 am December 15, 2021 @ 5:00 pm EET

The scope of the 2nd conference on Transdisciplinary Multispectral Modelling and Cooperation for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (TMM-CH) is to present the latest developments in research and innovation that identify novel trends to build an interdisciplinary approach to conservation and holistic digital documentation of cultural heritage. The utilization and reuse of monuments, historic cities and sites, forms the framework of a sustainable preservation of cultural heritage, in accordance with the principles of circular economy; in terms of respect and protection of values, materials, structures, architecture and landscape; with an informed society, able to participate effectively in the policies that will design and implement the new strategies required.Sharing knowledge, experiences, and recommendations about sustainable cultural heritage approaches and practices at a moment of great risk and a time of renewed possibilities, will reorientate conversation to explore the current conditions and contours of the World in crisis rebranding itself through Culture, and relaunching development.Themes:
– Multispectral, Multidimensional, Novel Approach through Transdisciplinarity and Cooperation in the Protection of Cultural Heritage: Exemplary Projects (The Project of the Rehabilitation of the Holy Sepulchre’s Holy Aedicule, EDICULA Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership, et als)
-Digital Heritage
-Heritage at Risk
-Resilience to Climate Change, Natural
-Hazards and Pandemic Risks – Biosafety
-Advanced Non Destructive and Structural Techniques for Diagnosis, Redesign and Health Monitoring
-Archaeometry, Archaeogene
Conserving Compatibility, the Materiality of Structures and Architectural Authenticity
-Cross-Discipline Earthquake Protection and Structural Assessment of Monuments
-Transdisciplinary Dialogue among Architecture, Engineering and Natural Sciences with Humanities and Diplomacy
-Bridging Heritage Stakeholders, Science and Industry
-Sustainable Preservation and Management of Cultural Heritage
Historical / Architectural Sites, Monuments and Complexes as Open Labs of Innovation and Sustainable Socioeconomic Development
-Historic Cities and Centers: New Preservation Strategies by Reuse for Development
-The Reuse of Cultural Heritage through Circular Economy and Social Participation as Key Contribution to Local and Regional Development Cultural Heritage and Tourism
-Revealing and Protection of Cultural and Natural Assets within Green and Blue Deal for Integrated Sustainable Development of Isolated Areas (Islands, Mountain areas, etc)
-Novel Educational Approach for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage
-From Research and Innovation to Policy
Rebranding the World in Crisis through CultureRegistration:
https://tmm-ch.com/#about

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