3D Scanning: three-dimensional artefacts from the past, for the future

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St Catharine’s College, Cambridge – Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 December 2012

This timely symposium at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, draws together scientists, art historians, conservators, historians and archaeologists, to discuss current and future developments in 3D scanning across many different fields, advances in scanning techniques and equipment, approaches to interdisciplinary research and the provision of 3D images and models on the web. A round table on day 2 will discuss key priorities for the future.

The conference has been convened by the art-historian Phillip Lindley, who directs one of the innovative Science and Heritage Programme projects, co-funded by the AHRC and EPSRC [www.heritagescience.ac.uk/]
Speakers will include David Arnold, Mike Howe, Anna Thirion, Laura Bartolome Riviras, Annemarie La Pensee, Marcos Rodrigues, Andrew Wilson, Stephen Gray, George Fraser and others.

Five fully subsidised places are available for students, covering all accommodation and meals etc.  Applications must be made to the Conference Organiser, Dr Phillip Lindley pgl1@le.ac.uk by Friday 30 November.  Funded students will be asked to write blogs on the conference.

We would also like to thank JISC for co-funding this event.