Domenica Dininno received a scholarship from C.M. Lerici Foundation in 2019 to carry out a project about the digital management of cultural heritage information at Lund University.
In order to define shared methodologies to tackle the problem of 3-dimensional reconstruction in the archaeological field, in the last two decades several relevant initiatives have been undertaken, including the Virtual Archaeology Special Interest Group (VASIG), the international Computer Application organization and quantitative methodology in Archaeology (CAA), and the European EPOCH project.
The aim of Domenica Dininno’s study was to define and test new 3D acquisition workflows of cultural heritage employing High Performance Computing resources. Particularly, her project presented an approach for studying and efficiently managing the collection of Historiska Museet of Lund University, and it was part of the project Dynamic collections started in 2018 at the University of Lund coordinated by Nicolo Dell’Unto and Fredrik Ekengren in collaboration with Marco Callieri (Visual Computing Lab ISTI-CNR in Pisa).
You can read more about her project on the Foundation’s website: search for “Projektarkiv” or “Archivio progetti” on the menu.
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