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the Notre-Dame de Paris arch reconstruction study (T4-T9) aims at formulating knowledge about a disappeared past (T1), the arch before its destruction (T2). T[N] corresponds to the time of the reconstruction study activities.

“Best paper award” at the SEMMES 2024 workshop to A. Guillem, J. Samuel, G. Gesquière, L. De Luca, V. Abergel

Anaïs Guillem, John Samuel, Gilles Gesquière, Livio De Luca and Violette Abergel received the “Best paper award” at the “SEMMES’24: Semantic Methods for Events and Stories” workshop, held on 27 May 2024 in Hersonissos, Crete, as part of the 20th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC2024). The winning paper is entitled: “Let the fallen voussoirs of Notre-Dame de Paris speak: Scientific Narration and 3D Visualization of Virtual Reconstruction Hypotheses and Reasoning”.

Journées d'études " Une cathédrale de données numériques et connaissances pluridisciplinaires pour les sciences du patrimoine"

Workshop “A cathedral of digital data and multidisciplinary knowledge” from 19 to 21 June 2024 in Marseilles and online

Workshop organised by the “digital data” working group of Notre-Dame de Paris Scientific Project 19-21 June 2024, Auditorium Pierre Desnuelles, CNRS Joseph Aiguier Campus, Marseilles Heritage research transforms the interaction between material objects and multidisciplinary studies into a vector for… Read More »Workshop “A cathedral of digital data and multidisciplinary knowledge” from 19 to 21 June 2024 in Marseilles and online

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Territoires and Immersion(s) 2024 Days – Lyon

As part of the ‘Beyond 3D’ research action of the MAGIS GdR and in collaboration with the IG-RV GdR and the 3DHN Consortium, we are organising two days of scientific events on the theme of ‘Territories and immersions’.

Monday 17 June (urbanLAB – ERASME)

Tuesday 18 June morning (LyonTech-la Doua Campus)

Notre-Dame in virtual reality

Video – After the fire that ravaged the cathedral in 2019, the remains of Notre-Dame de Paris have been completely digitised by CNRS scientists, who can now immerse themselves in the virtual double of the building

Formation Citadelle 2024

“À l’assaut de la Citadelle” : summer digital workshop – 2nd edition from 24 to 28 June 2024

Registration between 18 March and 10 June 2024. The MAP UPR CNRS laboratory, in partnership with the Citadelle of Marseille and ACTA VISTA (SOS Group), with the assistance of the Heritage Architect in charge of its restoration, is offering 12 participants the opportunity to explore the ramparts, bastions and underground passages of the Citadelle of Marseille, using digital experimentation to discover this unique architectural heritage

FR-IT Bilateral Cooperation in Heritage Science – 7th Edition

Dive into digital data for heritage sciences : Diagnosis, subaquatic heritage and sound. This event is organized in the context of the bilateral cooperation in heritage science between Italy and France. The event will take place the 7th of February in Marseille at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Campus Joseph Aiguier (31 Chemin Joseph Aiguier), or online.