Monitoring Heritage 2018
International Summer School: Monday, 30 July - Friday, 3 August 2018
The Summer School is an interdisciplinary course offering geophysical applications and digital technologies in heritage conservation at the Institute of Archaeology, Heritage Conservation and Art History at the University of Bamberg. It offers practical experience and an introduction to the theoretical basics of non-invasive structural analysis and the recording of historical buildings.
The Monitoring Heritage 2018 - International Summer School is aimed at students from German and international universities who wish to expand their understanding of digital surveying technologies and geo-archaeological methods, their evaluation and visualisation. The course is held in English.
We welcome applications of students from the following fields:
- Digital Humanities
- Heritage Conservation
The summer school takes place at the new facilities of the recently opened Centre for Heritage Conservation Studies and Technologies (KDWT) at the Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg, offering working space and a computer cluster equipped with the latest software. All course participants are encouraged to bring their own laptop and a digital camera.
- Prof. Dr. Till Sonnemann, Digital Geoarchaeology, Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg
- Prof. Dr. Mona Hess, Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation, KDWT, Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg
- Dr. John Hindmarch, Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation, KDWT, Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg
- Special Invitee: Dr. Jesús Pacheco Martínez, Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Please check with your school regarding accepted credit points. The summer school is worth 3 ECTS points (2 SWS) and will be transferable to other universities. We will issue a certificate of participation through the University of Bamberg.
Here you can find the UNIVIS page of the summer school.