Wednesday 17.06.20 Visit to Acropolis.
Within the frame of SCIENCE project, all Greek consortium members met at Acropolis site to have their first in-situ visit. Participating teams from Harokopeio University (coordinator), National & Technical University of Athens and Terra Spatium SA took part on an in-situ visit around the site organised by the Acropolis Restoration Service responsible experts.
The context of the visit, was to inspect the Acropolis monument’s in terms of structural integrity and its vulnerabilities. The in-situ visit was performed around Acropolis’s walls, Parthenon and Erechtheion. In this event, all teams had the chance to exchange multidisciplinary knowledge on the structural integrity of the Acropolis’s monuments, its vulnerable points, as well as the geotechnical conditions of the underlying layers.
The meeting concluded with a discussion between the consortium members, about the available validation data and the next steps of the project.
“This project has received funding from European structural and investement funds, Partnership Agreement 2014-2020, and is supervised by General Secretariat for Research & Technology in the context of National action for bilateral cooperation between Greece-China”
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Α prize of 3-month mentoring scheme from the National Space Centre of Ireland has been awarded to GOMA team during the #CopernicusHackathon for Cultural and Natural heritage! The team presented a solution for #Heritage #Surveillance and #Monitoring called MIND “Monitoring tool of masonry arch brIdges in Ireland using earth observatioN Data”, an integrated solution that combines Earth Observation and in-situ data, methods and techniques to monitor cultural heritage bridges which puts in place monitoring mechanisms and tools to assess their structural integrity.
The GOMA team, includis: Olga Markogiannaki (team leader), Athanasia-Maria Tompolidi, Georgia Kalousi, and Michaela-Maria Karathanou-Nicholaidi. The presentation is available here.