1st International Korean Symposium on cultural heritage preservation & restoration using advanced ICT technology

The symposium, organised by ETRI and the ENEA, will focus on the use and advancement of Information and communications technology ICT approaches and tools to support the preservation, restoration and disaster monitoring of cultural heritage.
Quando 23/09/2020
dalle 08:30 alle 11:00
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The symposium will be an opportunity for discussion and exchange of know-how among various research institutes of several countries world-wide towards the exploitation and further development of ICT technologies and tools in the in the field of cultural heritage preservation, restoration and resilience to natural hazards. The event will also be an opportunity for establishing new relationships and synergies and for strengthening existing ones towards future collaborative projects, within and beyond Korea and Europe.

The symposium is a dissemination event of the JRDCH project “Planning of International Joint Research to Develop disaster prevention and response technology for Cultural Heritage disaster using ICT technology”, funded by the National Research Council of Science & Technology, NST of South Korea.

The JRDCH project team, coordinated by the Korean Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, ETRI, includes different partners from Korea and Europe that will be represented at the symposium, namely: Korean National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage, NRICH; Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, ENEA; University College London, UCL; Italian National Research Council, CNR.

Further to the JRDCH project partners, other research institutes researching in the field of cultural heritage preservation, through different perspectives, will be represented at the symposium, namely: Korea Culture & Tourism Institute, KCTI, South Korea; Korea National University of Cultural Heritage, NUCH, South Korea; Italian National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, INGV.

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