The symposium, organized by ETRI and the ENEA, NUCH and FHG will present approaches and tools to support the monitoring, preservation, disaster resilience and restoration of cultural heritage and will discuss the opportunities provided by Information and communications technology ICT – September 14th, 2021 | 09.30-12.30 (CEST)
Following the success of the first symposium, this event will be an opportunity for discussion and exchange of best-practices and know-how among various research institutes and organizations of several countries world-wide towards the exploitation and further development of ICT technologies and tools to support cultural heritage preservation, restoration and resilience enhancement to natural and man-made 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 South 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 using ICT technology”, funded by the National Research Council of Science & Technology, NST of South Korea. This event is organized in collaboration with ENEA, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, ENEA in the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding, MOU signed between ETRI and ENEA in 2018.
The JRDCH project team, coordinated by the Korean Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, ETRI, further to ENEA includes the National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage, NRICH, South Korea, and the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, FHG, Germany.
Further to the above-mentioned JRDCH project partners, other research institutes from Europe and Korea researching in the field of cultural heritage preservation, through different perspectives, will contribute to the symposium, namely: Korea National University of Cultural Heritage, NUCH, South Korea; Kongju National University, KNU; University of Camerino, UNICAM, Italy; International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, ICCROM; Foundation Santa Maria Real, Spain; Civil Protection Department, Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Italy.