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Programma 2022
Technologies for archaeology

International School of Cultural Heritage

L’International School of Cultural Heritage è un laboratorio permanente per l’incontro e la condivisione di conoscenze ed esperienze tra professionisti del patrimonio culturale italiani e stranieri, provenienti dai Paesi del Mediterraneo e da Paesi ospiti.

Dopo due passate edizioni dedicate ai temi della gestione del patrimonio archeologico, l’edizione 2022 approfondisce gli aspetti legati all’uso delle tecnologie per la conoscenza, conservazione e valorizzazione del patrimonio archeologico. Un ricco e intensivo programma formativo primaverile precede un momento di lavoro sul campo in Italia, previsto per l’autunno 2022: una opportunità per favorire la connessione tra istituzioni culturali mediterranee e l’internazionalizzazione del sistema culturale italiano.

il programma

Nel mese di Maggio 2022, i partecipanti prendono parte a un programma formativo intensivo online, della durata di tre settimane, in cui si confrontano con ricercatori e esperti di istituzioni culturali italiane sulle diverse tipologie di tecnologie digitali a disposizione per lo studio e la conservazione di reperti, siti archeologici e paesaggi storici; sulle implicazioni dell’uso delle tecnologie immersive nella valorizzazione del patrimonio archeologico; sui principali strumenti digitali per il coinvolgimento dei pubblici e il miglioramento delle condizioni di accessibilità di siti e aree archeologiche.
In autunno, alcuni partecipanti selezionati sviluppano un proprio progetto di ricerca presso istituzioni culturali italiane attive nella cura e gestione del patrimonio archeologico.

Il calendario formativo

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Partecipano all’edizione 2022, 33 professionisti provenienti da otto Paesi che affacciano sul Mediterraneo (Egitto, Giordania, Israele, Libano, Marocco, Palestina, Tunisia, Macedonia del Nord) selezionati dalle istituzioni culturali di provenienza e le delegazioni UNESCO dei loro rispettivi Paesi.

Sono coinvolti, in qualità di relatori, numerosi professionisti attivi in enti italiani pubblici e privati, di ricerca o di tutela, musei o parchi archeologici, per portare una testimonianza di lavoro, spesso d’eccellenza, su tematiche specifiche, legate all’uso della tecnologia per lo studio e la valorizzazione del patrimonio archeologico.

Per l’edizione 2022, sono partner tecnico-scientifici della Fondazione: il CNR Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, ISPC Istituto di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale; l’IIT Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Center for Cultural Heritage Technology Ca’ Foscari (CCHT@Ca’Foscari); l’INFN Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, CHNet Cultural Heritage Network.

attività in diretta

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INTRODUCTORY MODULE

From ideas to tools: how to integrate digital tools and technologies in cultural project and institution
Martina Bagnoli · Gallerie Estensi / Europeana

Digital and technologies for archaeology: environments and tools
Costanza Miliani · National Research Council of Italy (CNR)
Riccardo Giovanelli · Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice – Centre for Cultural Heritage Technology (CCHT@Ca’FOscari); Art Crime Project APS

Digital and technologies for archaeology: environments and tools
Lorenzo Giuntini · University of Florence

From ideas to tools: how to integrate digital tools and technologies in cultural project and institution
Giulio Lughi · University of Turin

TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE CARE AND KNOWLEDGE OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE. TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO “INTERNAL” PROCESSES OF PROTECTION, CONSERVATION AND CATALOGUING OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE

Virtual restoration: technologies for the reconstruction and research of archaeological heritage
Emanuel Demetrescu · National Research Council of Italy (CNR)

Technologies for digital documentation and 3D modelling: case study
Grazia Tucci · University of Florence

Technologies for underwater archaeology
Roberto Petriaggi · Archaeologia maritima mediterranea
Barbara Davidde · National Superintendence for Underwater Cultural Heritage, Italian Ministry of culture

Technologies for the protection, preservation and conservation of the archaeological heritage: a case study
Marcello Pelillo · Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

Digital technologies to counteract clandestine excavation and illegal trafficking of cultural assets
Riccardo Giovanelli · Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia; Ca’ Foscari University of Venice – Centre for Cultural Heritage Technology (CCHT@Ca’FOscari); Art Crime Project APS

European best practices: case study
David Chelazzi · CSGI – Department of Chemistry, University of Florence
Alex Zabeo · GreenDecision / Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

Technologies for digital documentation
Daniele Ferdani · National Research Council of Italy (CNR)

USER EXPERIENCE IN ARCHAEOLOGY. TECHNOLOGIES FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT AND INCLUSION

Public engagement between communication and new media
Fabio Viola · Tuo Museo

Digital storytelling for the enhancement of cultural and archaeological heritage
Elisa Bonacini · Courtesy Visiting Professor – Institute for Digital Exploration (IDEx), University of South Florida

VR, AR and Mixed reality
Stefano Fomasi · Fake Factory

Designing interactive applications for cultural heritage
Sofia Pescarin · National Research Council of Italy (CNR) – ISPC Istituto di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale

Digital technologies and applications for reception and accessibility service
Maria Chiara Ciaccheri · We Exhibit

Digital technologies and applications for reception and accessibility services: case study
Elisabetta Bruno · Coopculture
Paola Autore · Coopculture
Paolo Bucella · Coopculture

Methodologies and tools for user experience strategies and evaluation – “Designing for people: from ideas to digital services”
Federico Badaloni · Digital Division GEDI

European best practices: Culture in the Mediterranean area
Alessandra Lucchese · Grant Office, Italian Ministry of culture

Digital strategies for the enhancement of archaeological heritage
Stefano Borghini · Parco Archeologico del Colosseo

Egitto, 5

  • Amr Moustafa Abd El-Hamid Said Conservator Specialist, Group leader and Instructor, Grand Egyptian Museum – Conservation Centre, Giza, Egypt
  • Basma Mohameds Ahmed Ali Selim Director at Baron Empain Palace
  • Bassem Raouf Mustafa Bahaaeldin Curator, National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC)
  • Hadeer Mahmoud Hussien Mohamed, Inspector of antiquities at Ministry of Antiquities of Egypt
  • Mohammed Gamal El-Sayed Mohammed Fadaly, Director of Egypt’s Capitals Museum in the New Administrative Capital, General Secretariat, Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities od Egypt

Giordania, 5

  • Leena Mahmoud Mohammad Albakkar Director of Archaeological Sites Management Directorate, Department of Antiquities, Amman, Jordan
  • Hamzeh Naji Abdel-Muhdi Aljarajrh Museum curator at Karak Archeology Museum, Directorate of Antiquities of Karak Governorate (Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities)
  • Mohamad Mahmoud Mohamad Atoom Head of Technical Section, Jerash Antiquities Directorate
  • Maher Abd Elhafeez Mohammad Alamreyn lnspector – Acting Director of the Directorate of Antiquities of Aqaba
  • Bader Aldin al-Qudah Antiquities Inspector – Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities oj Jordan

Israele, 1

  • Avishay Oz, Conservation Planner, Israel Antiquities Authority

Libano, 5

  • Hassan HajjAli Project Manager at Sarpeta Archaeological Site
  • Maher Ryad Hashem Senior /FPU, Urban Excavation Expert with DGA Lebanon, Archaeologist
  • Mira Jaafar Professor at Lebanese University-Faculty of Sciences-Department of Chemistry, Hadath-Beirut-Lebanon. Ph.D. in material science and engineering
  • Rhind Michel Skaff Museum of Religious art, Zahleh, Lebanon
  • Sara Mohammad Chrara Studying pottery in the area of Kharayeb and Adloun under Dr. Wissam Khalil, Archeologist

Marocco, 6

  • Bertei Abderrahim Conservator of Archaeological site of Volubilis
  • Tarik Moujoud Conservator of Archaeological site of Tamuda, Tétouan
  • Wafae Meddahe Head of Monitoring and Evaluation, Cultural Heritage Directorate – Rabat
  • Aboulkacem Chebri Director of the Moroccan-Luster Center for Studies and Research
  • Asmae Ameziane Regional Heritage Curator
  • Bouzougar Mohammed Teacher Researcher at the National Institute of Earth Science and Heritage

Palestina, 4

  • Najati Fitiani Architect, Freelance in laser scanning company
  • Raed Khalil Restorer, Palestinian NGO Mosaic Centre
  • Iyad Njoum Guide and Educator, Palestinian Ngo Mosaic Centre
  • Bashar Jararah Restorer, Palestinian NGO, Mosaic Centre

Tunisia, 3

  • Faouzi Ghozzi, Manager and Administrator of Archaeological Sites, Archaeological Research Officer, Institut National du Patrimoine
  • Emma Ben Azouz, Manager of Archaeological sites, GIS specialist, Institut National du Patrimoine
  • Ahmed Gadhoum, Underwater Archaeologist, Researcher at Department of Underwater Archaeology, Institut National du Patrimoine

Macedonia del Nord, 4

  • Hristijan Talevski, PhD in Archaeology (Doctor of Humanities in the field of art history and archaeology), Research Associate at Public Research Institution Institute of Old Slavic Culture – Prilep
  • Valentina Todoroska,A (Magisterial of Archaeology), Project leader and researcher
  • Sali Islami, Junior Assistant Researcher, Archaeologist at Institute of Spiritual and Cultural Heritage of the Albanians – Skopje
  • Nikola Hristovski, Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology, Project Assistant and Researcher, PRI “Institute for Old Slavic Culture” – Prilep

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