Une doctorante du CEMM à Cambridge

Anna Thirion, doctorante en histoire de l’art présentera une communication au colloque « 3D Scanning and Documentation« , au St-Catharine’s College, à Cambridge. Tous nos encouragements l’accompagnent.

Voici le programme de ce colloque qui se tiendra les 10 et 11 décembre prochains.

10 décembre 2012

11h30-12h15 Lecture 1:  Phillip Lindley (University of Leicester), ‘Representing Re-Formation: the search for objectivity’

Lunch 12h30-1h30

1h30-2h15 Lecture 2: Anna Thirion (Université Montpellier 3), ‘Proposal for a digital reconstruction of the Romanesque « tribune » of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa (France):  methodological considerations’

2h15-3h00 Lecture 3: Laura Bartolomé Roviras (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya), ‘The Romanesque Portals of Santa Maria de Ripoll, Santiago de Compostela and Sant Pere de Rodes:  from modelling to reconstruction’

3h00-3h45 Lecture 4: Annemarie La Pensée (National Museums Liverpool), ‘The non-contact 3D laser scanning of cultural artefacts and its applications, at Conservation Technologies, National Museums Liverpool’

Tea  3h45-4h00

4h00-4h45 Lecture 5: Marcos A Rodrigues (Sheffield Hallam University), ‘3D Scanning of Highly Reflective Surfaces: Issues on Scanning the Museums Sheffield Metalwork Collection’

4h45-5h30 Lecture 6:  George Fraser (University of Leicester), ‘Scanning in Space and Time’

5h30-6h00 Lecture 7: Jack Hinton (Philadelphia Museum of Art), ‘Measuring Genius: 3D scanning and Jean-Antoine Houdon’s Portraits of Benjamin Franklin

11 décembre 2012

9h00-9h45 Lecture 8:  Mike Howe (British Geological Survey), ‘Laser scanning 563 million years of evolution: the JISC GB/3D type fossils online project’

9h45-10h30 Lecture 9:  Andrew S. Wilson (University of Bradford), ‘3D Bones – Digital documentation of skeletal remains’

10h30-11h00 Lecture 10:  Paul Bryan (English Heritage), ‘Scanning the Stones’

11h00-11h45 coffee

11h45-12h30 pm Lecture 11: David Arnold (University of Brighton), ‘3D documentation: Current Practice and future potential’*

Lunch 12h30-1h30

1h45-2h30 Lecture 12: Doug Pritchard (CyArk Europe Director), ‘The Scottish Ten Project: Laser Survey, 3D Visualisation and International Diplomacy’

2h30-3h15 Lecture 13: Stephen Gray (University of Bristol), ‘The challenges of using digital 3D tools and methodologies across different research disciplines’

3h15-4h30 Tea and Round Table discussion. Chair: Peter Findlay (JISC).