The ITN-DCH project is seeking highly motivated and valuable researchers for PhD and Post-Doc positions in the field of Digital Heritage, dealing with Data Acquisition (Photogrammetry, Terrestrial Laser Scanning and Computer Vision), data processing, 3D reconstruction and modeling, semantic and ontology representation, metadata, mixed and augmented reality technologies, CH e-services.
The fourth international conference on Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage (DIPP 2014) is being held at the Regional Museum of History and P.R. Slaveykov Regional Public Library in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, on 18-21 September 2014.
Christian M. Stracke, University of Duisburg-Essen, partner in LoCloud recently presented the project at the German Europeana Conference 2014 in Berlin.
A set of new deliverables have been recently produced by the LoCloud team, namely:
LoCloud aims to bring the benefits of cloud computing especially to small and medium-sized cultural institutions, supporting them to make their digital content available through Europeana.
Since last summer, the LoCloud technical partners, with the involvement of project content providers, have been evaluating and appraising the content and metadata among collections being contributed to Europeana through LoCloud.
The University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE) is one of the largest German universities (with 40,000 enrolled students and 4,400 academic and non-academic staff) with an excellent research reputation and is an important employer in the region.
The Portuguese National Railway Museum Foundation (FMNF) was created in 2005 and it became operational in 2007. Since then we have been working to create a big railway museum able to compete with the levels of excellence and visibility of the major railway museums in Europe.