Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation
The chair "Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation" in the department "Denkmalwissenschaften" ("Heritage Conservation") at the "Institut für Archäologische Wissenschaften, Denkmalwissenschaften und Kunstgeschichte" ("Institute for Archaeology, Heritage Conservation and Art History", IADK) at the Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg represents the digital technologies in heritage conservation in research and teaching.
The newly introduced subject is linked to the task of integrating and adapting digital technologies in heritage conservation and its further development, as well as to raise the profile of this research topic.
Mona Hess leads the team , and leads the Master's programme Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation, which has been running since the winter semester 2017/18 and is being conducted jointly with the Coburg University of Applied Sciences.
Dipl.-Ing. Univ. Architecture, M.A. Denkmalpflege / Heritage Conservation, PhD in 3D imaging metrology for cultural heritage (UCL Faculty of Engineering/ UCL CEGE), UCL Honorary Senior Research Associate, Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (UK FHEA)
- Lead of the Chair of Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation, Program director of the M.Sc. Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation
- Lead of Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation at the Centre for Heritage Studies and Technologies (KDWT) , Am Zwinger 6, Bamberg
- Vice Womens' officer of the University of Bamberg
Meetings can be agreed by appointment through the assistant.