ISPRS WG IV/11

Cultural Heritage Visualization and Virtual Restoration

Working Group Officers

Chair

Miaole Hou, ChairMiaole Hou
 
School of Surveying and Mapping and Associate Dean, School of Humanities
Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture
1 Exhibition Road
Xicheng District
Beijing, 100044
CHINA
+86-10-61209386

 

Co-Chair

Grazia Tucci, Co-ChairGrazia Tucci
 
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Florence
Via Micheli 8
50121, Florence
ITALY
+39-0552756587

 

Co-Chair

Mario Santana Quintero, Co-ChairMario Santana Quintero
 
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6
CANADA
613-520-2600 ext. 3093 or 7468

 

Secretary

Lei Luo, SecretaryLei Luo
 
Aerospace Information Research Institute
Chinese Academy of Sciences
9 Dengzhuang South Rd.
Beijing, 100094
CHINA
01082178985

 


Supporters

Advisor
Stephen Fai , AdvisorStephen Fai
 
Carleton Immersive Media Studio
Azrieli School of Archietcture and Urbanism
Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6
CANADA
613’520.2600 ext. 3423

 


Terms of Reference

The work of the WG will concentrate on the following topics:

Topic 1: Cultural heritage cognition and conceptual modelling

  • Cognition and ontology of cultural heritage
  • Data integration and knowledge discovery
  • GIS + HBIM integration of cultural heritage protection methods
  • Visualization of cultural heritage ( Big Data, BIM/CIM, AR/VR/MR, AI)
  • Conceptual modelling
  • Intelligent interaction, visualization, and information update

Topic 2: Deterioration monitoring and assessment of culture heritage

  • Identification, extraction and analysis of heritage deteriorations
  • Deep learning of heritage deteriorations: symptom classification and visualization
  • Dynamic monitoring of  heritage deteriorations based on hyperspectral and X-ray techniques
  • Analysis of the causes of heritage deteriorations
  • Immersive heritage deteriorations diagnosis
  • Evaluation and preventive protection of heritage deteriorations
  • Automated deteriorations mapping

Topic 3: Digital twins and virtual restoration of cultural heritage

  • Digital twins
  • Innovation technology of spatio-temporal information of cultural heritage
  • Virtual restoration, recovery, and reconstruction of cultural heritage
  • Digital storytelling presentation and interpretation of cultural heritage (space, material, value)
  • New Methods of Cultural Heritage Protection in the Post-epidemic Era

Topic 4: Heritage sustainability and other applications

  • Cultural heritage conservation and sustainable development based on multi-source information fusion
  • Sustainable development of cultural heritage based on the expansion of existing UNSDGs indicators
  • Digital cultural heritage applications and services
  • Innovating immersive experience and the industry of culture and tourism
  • Contextual education of cultural heritage
  • Digital cultural heritage interactive conservation with Public Participation
  • Archaeological prospecting using spatial technologies, including remote sensing, GIS, and GNSS.

AI-powered identification of archaeological sites and/or landscapes

Spatial analysis of the past human-enviroment interactions


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