Turning Information to Knowledge – The Case of 3D Digitization of Ancient Artifacts and Scriptures

Dans le cadre du programme e.philologie PSL (ENC, EPHE, ENS, EHESS) :
Lundi 28 novembre 17-19h, salle Delisle, ENC, rue Richelieu 65, métro Pyramides.

Uzy Smilansky (Weizmann Institute of Science, Laboratory for Computational Archaeology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem)1.
Turning Information to Knowledge – The Case of 3D Digitization of Ancient Artifacts and Scriptures.

Modern optical and computer-based digitization methods provide  a large and fast increasing number of high resolution 3D models of  ancient objects and writings. In this lecture, I shall discuss the drive  to go beyond the documentation stage, and develop  methods which address and shed new light on relevant historical and  archaeological issues. I shall do this by describing some of the  projects studied in the Computerized Archaeology Laboratory at the  Hebrew University, with emphasis on the study of ceramics,  cuneiforms and rock engravings.

Le séminaire est ouvert à tous, cependant nous vous demandons de vous inscrire en ligne : http://bit.ly/2e21w2P

Pour toute information complémentaire, contactez Vanessa Juloux (vanessa.juloux [AT] ephe.sorbonne.fr).

  1. Ce séminaire sera filmé et la communication se fera anglais. []

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