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International Virtual Heritage School 2012

International Virtual Heritage School 2012

The 1ST INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL HERITAGE SCHOOL: virtual museums, communication and digitisation, organised by leading European institutions in the field of Virtual Heritage and Virtual Museums (V-MUST.NET) in cooperation with the main worldwide organisation on conservation and restoration (ICCROM), involved participants in interactive laboratories on Virtual Museums and Virtual Heritage. It was held from the 12th to the 17th of NOVEMBER 2012 in Paestum (Salerno) Italy

20 participants coming from all over the world have been selected by the school scientific committee. Full board accommodation was provided for the selected participants, while the best 3 applicant have obtained also a further grant, covering their travel costs. 

The call is now closed, another one will be published next year (2013). In order to be considered, those interested in attending, should fill in the application form on line (available when next call will be published), and send their CV and motivation letter to info@v-must.net

PERIOD: 12th - 17th of November 2012 

PARTICIPANTS: between 20 and 30 selected through a call (Target audience: researchers, scholars, professionals in the fields of museums, cultural heritage, restauration, ICT : beginners in the field of digital heritage and virtual museums with good motivations in starting a project in the domain or acquiring a basic knowledge on the related fields)

LANGUAGE: English;

FEE: none;

CHAIR: S. Pescarin; LOCAL COMMITTEE: I. Cerato; SC. COMMITTEE:  Stefano De Caro, Hugh Denard, Holger Graf, Sorin Hermon, Victor Menchero Lopez, Sofia Pescarin, Mattias Wallergard

FURTHER INFORMATION COULD BE OBTAINED: ivana.cerato@gmail.com

Monday, November 12, 2012 to Saturday, November 17, 2012

Program/Docs: 

European Union Seventh Framework

V-MusT.net 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.