With the increasing use of a range of advanced technical imaging and spectroscopic imaging methods in the study and preservation of artworks and other cultural heritage artefacts, there is growing interest in - and need for - computational approaches to fully realise the potential in the data acquired, to automate aspects of the processing and interpretation of the data and be able to address research questions in a variety of disciplines. This is a rapidly growing field of research that is only possible through cross-disciplinary collaboration.
The aim of this conference is to provide a forum to bring together a multi-disciplinary group of researchers including:
- scientists and conservators working with various forms of technical imaging or spectroscopic imaging on paintings and other cultural heritage artefacts in museums, galleries and universities
- researchers working in computer science, data science, computational image processing, computer vision, machine learning and AI, mathematics, and statistics
- art historians, archaeologists and curators with an interest in the possibilities of technical imaging and/or those working in the digital humanities to share their research and find fertile areas of collaboration and common inquiry.
See details on how to join this virtual conference on the ARTICT website.