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25/09/2013 Event: Charisma -
International Workshop «ORMYLIA» Foundation for Research Infrastructures for Cultural Heritage.




The Universita degli studi di Perugia, IT and Art Diagnosis Centre of «ORMYLIA» Foundation, GR organized the fifth CHARISMA Interim Meeting (9th Steering Committee and Working Groups' Meetings) on 19 and 20 September 2013 held as part of the European program CHARISMA: Cultural Heritage Advanced Research Infrastructures, Synergy for a Multidisciplinary Approach to Conservation / Restoration ( Advanced Research Infrastructures for the cultural Heritage, Synergy multidisciplinary approach to conservation / maintenance) in Ormylia, Halkidiki Greece, hosted by the «ORMYLIA» Foundation-Art Diagnosis Centre (Of-ADC).
This two-days event was designed to validate the status of focused consortium activities with comparisons of results, discussions and further planning. We also start to plan the final event of the project and to analyse the future activities perspectives towards Horizon 2020.
The meeting was open only to the CHARISMA Steering Committee and Working Groups members. Further information for the meeting: Venue: Ormylia Foundation Art Diagnosis Centre (Of-ADC) : Contact : Dr.Georgios Karagiannis e-mail g.karagiannis@artdiagnosis.gr or Katerina Karagianni e-mail k.karagianni@artdiagnosis.gr Tel.: +30-2371 098400 Fax: +30-2371 098402.

CHARISMA Project:
The program is part of the CHARISMA 7th Framework Programme of the EU , and participate in it a total of 21 partners .
Coordinator of the program is the University of Perugia , and other actors known among European museums including the British Museum and the National Museum of the Prado , cultural institutions , including the National Gallery in London , the Agency Historical Monuments of France , and the National Organization maintenance of Holland , and corresponding European research centers and universities , such as the National Center for Scientific Research in France , the Doerner Institute in Germany , the University "N. Copernicus ' Poland and others.
The purpose of the program CHARISMA is the creation and establishment of a multidisciplinary synergy that will lead to new research directions and methodologies for the study, protection and enhancement of Cultural Heritage at the European level , as well as further exploration of innovative technologies for the diagnosis and conservation of archaeological and historical objects, monuments and works of art .
The Art Diagnosis Centre Foundation " ORMYLIA " actively involved in programs and initiatives that combine art, culture and technology .

For further information about the project:
Dr. Georgios Karagiannis
Principal Investigator
Tel : 23710 98400.
E-mail: g.karagiannis@artdiagnosis.gr
www.charismaproject.eu
http://www.charismaproject.eu/contacts.aspx

18/01/2008 International Workshop
Information processing and knowledge management applications in cultural heritage and conservation science

Information processing and knowledge management applications in cultural heritage and conservation science
International Workshop Supported by
(05ΑΚΜΩΝ83 and INCO-CT-2005-015338)
13th of June 2008, «ORMYLIA» Foundation, Chalkidiki

The conservation science is a scientific field involving contributions from many and different scientific disciplines. Advanced technologies are being developed for the analytical investigation of artworks contributing multivariate data for the documentation or completion of historical and archaeological data.
State of the art data and information processing and management systems are solicited to optimally merge and cross-evaluate the information that may be potentially revealed from the acquired and stored pertinent data after the combination of methods and techniques from the different scientific fields (i.e. multispectral images and spectra, multivariate data produced from the combination of variable physicochemical spectroscopic techniques, textual archives, multimedia content and other).
Research work is performed within this field combining optimal data acquisition, processing and management, associated with the development of novel – integrating techniques and methods targeting to a multidisciplinary approach and providing integrated solutions.
The merit and the added value of the application and further development of the signal/image and in general of the information processing techniques applied to the analytical, data in the field of conservation is not sufficiently exploited and should be intensively pushed forward. This is a mission that engineers and conservation scientists should jointly undertake. The assimilation of efforts of both side techniques is a prerequisite for a concrete collaboration to be setup.
Within this context we would appreciate to receive any scientific contributions on the following indicative topics:

  • Signal and image processing supporting novel non destructive testing techniques applied in art objects and monuments.
  • Knowledge management of cultural heritage assets including semantics. Applications based on the CIDOC CRM are encouraged to be presented.
  • Information processing and analytical data fusion acquired from artworks.
  • Alternatively, contributions could be focused in presenting recent innovative and applied research developments combining any of the aforementioned topics.

Contact details:

Georgios Karagiannis
Konstantinos Vavliakis
Ormylia Foundation, Art Diagnosis Centre
tel: (30) 2371098400
mob: (30) 6977236895
fax: (30) 2371098402

 


18/11/2008 The Ambassador of Japan Visits Art Diagnosis Centre.

On 18/11/2008, Ambassador of Japan to Greece, Ambassador Takanori Kitamura and his wife Madam Kitty, visit the Art Diagnosis Centre of Ormylia Foundation. During his toured to the Centre, Ambassador has been informed about the facilities and the activities of the Art Diagnosis Centre and met with the staff.





13/11/2008 Reportage of ARTE TV

A reportage of ARTE TV with subject in the activities of program MED-COLOUR-TECH in Art Diagnosis Centre of Ormylia Foundation.

04/09/2008 Art - Dye Another Way

A reportage of EURONEWS with subject in the activities of program MED-COLOUR-TECH with title "Art – Dye Another Way: The Secret Agents of Colour" in Art Diagnosis Centre of Ormylia Foundation.

13/06/2008 International Workshop
Information processing and knowledge management applications in cultural heritage and conservation science

Information processing and knowledge management applications in cultural heritage and conservation science
International Workshop Supported by
(05ΑΚΜΩΝ83 and INCO-CT-2005-015338)
13th of June 2008, «ORMYLIA» Foundation, Chalkidiki

The conservation science is a scientific field involving contributions from many and different scientific disciplines. Advanced technologies are being developed for the analytical investigation of artworks contributing multivariate data for the documentation or completion of historical and archaeological data.
State of the art data and information processing and management systems are solicited to optimally merge and cross-evaluate the information that may be potentially revealed from the acquired and stored pertinent data after the combination of methods and techniques from the different scientific fields (i.e. multispectral images and spectra, multivariate data produced from the combination of variable physicochemical spectroscopic techniques, textual archives, multimedia content and other).
Research work is performed within this field combining optimal data acquisition, processing and management, associated with the development of novel – integrating techniques and methods targeting to a multidisciplinary approach and providing integrated solutions.
The merit and the added value of the application and further development of the signal/image and in general of the information processing techniques applied to the analytical, data in the field of conservation is not sufficiently exploited and should be intensively pushed forward. This is a mission that engineers and conservation scientists should jointly undertake. The assimilation of efforts of both side techniques is a prerequisite for a concrete collaboration to be setup.
Within this context we would appreciate to receive any scientific contributions on the following indicative topics:

  • Signal and image processing supporting novel non destructive testing techniques applied in art objects and monuments.
  • Knowledge management of cultural heritage assets including semantics. Applications based on the CIDOC CRM are encouraged to be presented.
  • Information processing and analytical data fusion acquired from artworks.
  • Alternatively, contributions could be focused in presenting recent innovative and applied research developments combining any of the aforementioned topics.

Contact details:

Georgios Karagiannis
Konstantinos Vavliakis
Ormylia Foundation, Art Diagnosis Centre
tel: (30) 2371098400
mob: (30) 6977236895
fax: (30) 2371098402

www.ormyliafoundation.gr


10/05/2007 SEMINAR
SPM SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPY & AFM ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPE

VEECO – a pioneering Metrology company – continues to break new ground in the development of modern techniques and new applications. Within this framework, “ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTS S.A. Dr. C. J. VAMVAKAS – SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT” company, in cooperation with Veeco, is honoured to invite you to attend a seminar, to be held on Thursday, May 10, 2007 at 09:00 at the Seminar Hall of “ORMYLIA” Foundation ART DIAGNOSIS CENTRE, located in Ormylia, Halkidiki, on recent developments in Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) and Atomic Force Microscope (AFM).

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