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V-MUST DevCamp has launched the Call for Mobility within V-MOVE program, V-MUST mobility or intern-ship program.

The 2nd call for 2013-2014 grants has now closed.  

Best projects will be awarded with a grant that will support them during their internship period abroad. A full list of programs available can be found at: Read the attached Call to understand How To Apply.

V-MOVE is an international training programme for heritage professionals and researchers in the field of virtual museums, aiming to enhance the skills and knowledge of digital visualisation and communication technologies, focused on virtual museums. The V-MOVE innovative and experimental training integrates multi-disciplinary research across social, historical, humanistic and technological sciences. Interested applicants could apply for one mobility program and prepare a specific programme of work, together with the tutor of the hosting institutions.  

  1. BELGIUM - Visual Dimension bvba (Belgium) - Title: 3D acquisition, modeling and virtual reconstruction > APPLY
  2. GERMANY - Fraunhofer IGD, Darmstadt - Augumented Reality and On line Virtual Museums> APPLY

  3. IRELAND - Noho (Dublin)- 3D visualisation and animation, interactive design and narrative > APPLY

  4. ITALY - CINECA (Bologna)- Cloud-based remote visualisation, Web-based large-scale visualisation and Digital Asset Management > APPLY

  5. ITALY - CNR ITABC (Rome)- Web3D, Augmented Reality, Natural Interaction applications > APPLY

  6. SWEDEN - Lund University - Computer Vision in Virtual Archaeology > APPLY

  7. BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA - Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo - Web-based services development for virtual museums > APPLY

Deadline to fill in the application form is 15th December 2013, notification by 30th Juanuary 2014

Monday, November 11, 2013 to Tuesday, January 7, 2014




European Union Seventh Framework is a Network of Excellence. The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7 2007/2013) under the Grant Agreement 270404.