Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 27/Aug/2017
9:00am
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4:00pm
Registration
Location: Architecture Building
10:00am
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4:00pm
WT01: Digital Fabrication for Conservation of Heritage Places
Location: Architecture Building
Chair: James Hayes
Chair: Kenneth Anderson Percy
This workshop will give participants an overview of potential workflows for using digital documentation techniques for the purpose of fabricating an artifact.
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WT02: Arches: Digital Heritage Inventories (GCI/WMF)
Location: The Pit, Architecture Building
Chair: David Myers
This workshop will provide an overview of the Arches heritage inventory and management platform, Version 4.0, including the new features with a focus on customizing the software to meet the needs of your organization or projects.
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WT03: AMAL in Heritage Workshop: Emergency Management Tools for Cultural Heritage (GHF)
Location: Architecture Building
The objective of this workshop is to introduce AMAL in Heritage and its mobile application for rapid damage assessment for the risk-preparedness of heritage places.
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WT04: CIPA Tutorial on Dense Image Matching for 3D Reconstruction
Location: Architecture Building
Chair: Fabio Remondino
The tutorial will review the basics of 3D imaging and dense image matching, with theoretical and practical sessions.
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WT05: Workshop on Nunaliit Atlas Framework for Heritage Conservation
Location: Architecture Building
Chair: Amos Hayes
The objective of this workshop is to understand how Nunaliit differs from other technologies for storing and exploring heritage places. Participants will explore the possibilities for integrating local knowledge of sites, structures, and objects into repositories.
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WT06: Workshop on 3D Scanning for Heritage Conservation
Location: Architecture Building
Chair: John Gregg
This session will explore preservation documentation using the Leica P40, Leica BLK360 and iStar cameras, as well as a high-accuracy, close-range scanner for artifacts (AICON PrimeScan). Individuals will have an opportunity to run the equipment, download and process the scan data and produce a 3D Jet Stream Viewer file, and will be introduced to digital workflows utilized in preservation / heritage applications.
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WT07: Augmented and Virtual Reality in Heritage Conservation
Location: Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS), VSIM Building
Chair: Katie Graham
Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) provide an opportunity to access heritage sites and experience them as they were intended to be experienced. This workshop will focus on different techniques for using augmented and virtual reality for showing and occupying the hidden, past, and inaccessible layers of a heritage site.
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Date: Monday, 28/Aug/2017
8:30am
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9:30am
1.1: Registration
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
9:30am
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11:00am
1.2: Opening Ceremony
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Mario Santana Quintero
Chair: Stephen Fai
11:00am
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11:45am
1.3: Keynote Speaker: Richard O’Connor (Heritage Documentation Program, US Park Service)
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Andreas Georgopoulos
“…worthy to be placed among the permanent national records”: Analog Standards in a Digital World
11:45am
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12:30pm
1.4: Keynote Speaker: Chance Coughenour (Program Manager at Google Arts & Culture): Storytelling and Preservation with Google Arts & Culture
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Andreas Georgopoulos
Program Manager at Google Arts & Culture, coordinates cultural heritage preservation efforts on a global scale. He organizes partnerships and leads projects which employ emerging technology for cultural heritage documentation and dissemination. Prior to joining Google, Chance participated in archaeological research and cultural heritage documentation projects throughout Europe and the Americas. He is also the co-founder of Rekrei, a volunteer, crowdsourcing project for destroyed heritage. He was previously a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at the Institute for Photogrammetry at the University of Stuttgart in Germany.
12:30pm
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1:30pm
1.5: Lunch and Exhibition
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Lunch, networking and interaction with exhibitors.
1:30pm
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3:30pm
1.6.1: Digital Workflows for Heritage Inventories
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: David Myers
Chair: Yael Alef
This session deals with issues concerning the compilation of heritage inventories using information systems. Creating heritage inventories is a laborious activity that involves multidisciplinary teams, in order to prepare consistent forms, glossaries, and instructions to have concise, homogeneous and adequate information that would allow an understanding of the significance and state of heritage places.
1.6.2: Digitizing Heritage Places using 3D Scanners
Location: Room 1 (RB3220), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Douglas Pritchard
Chair: Luigi Petti
This session focuses on the use of 3D Scanning devices for capturing (or mapping) detailed physical characteristics of historic structures for the purpose of conservation.
1.6.3: Digital Workflows in Rehabilitating Heritage Places
Location: Room 2 (RB3224), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Efstratios Stylianidis
Chair: Luigi Barazzetti
This session includes contributions focusing on approaches to building condition assessments (building envelope, materials deterioration and structural integrity), designing monitoring strategies and the implementation of effective rehabilitation mitigation strategies for conservation.
1.6.4: Disseminating Heritage Information using Virtual and Augmented Reality
Location: Room 3 (RB3228), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Andrea Adami
Chair: Valentina Bonora
This session will explore how augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) can be used as a teaching and learning tool to help in the dissemination of data and to showcase cultural heritage through the immersion of heritage sites.
3:30pm
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4:00pm
1.7: Exhibition and Break
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Use this time to interact with exhibitors and other symposia delegates.
4:00pm
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5:00pm
1.8: Interactive Poster Session
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Geert Julien Verhoeven
Chair: Fabrizio Banfi
This session is an opportunity to interact with academics, researchers and practitioners showcasing the use of innovative Digital Workflows for Heritage Conservation.
4:00pm
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5:30pm
1.10: Exhibition
Location: Exhibition Area (RB2220/RB2224), Richcraft Hall
Companies and organizations exhibit their latest digital technologies and approaches for recording, processing and disseminating information about heritage places.
5:00pm
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5:30pm
1.9: Emerging Digital Workflow Showcase: Global Heritage Fund
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Presentation of the AMAL in Heritage application: Emergency Management Tools for Cultural Heritage http://globalheritagefund.org/index.php/what-we-do/projects-and-programs/amal-in-heritage/
5:30pm
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7:00pm
1.11: Dean's Reception, Carleton University, Faculty of Engineering and Design
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
This reception is supported by the Dean of Carleton's Faculty of Engineering and Design to welcome our delegates to the 26th CIPA Symposium.
Date: Tuesday, 29/Aug/2017
8:30am
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9:00am
2.1: Exhibitor’s Demo: Walter Bentley (Leica Geosystems)
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
3D Scanning
9:00am
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9:45am
2.2: SSHRC Keynote Speaker: Gustavo Araoz (ICOMOS President)
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Stephen Fai
Gustavo Araoz serves as the President of the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS). From 1995 to 2009 he served as Executive Director of US/ICOMOS in Washington, DC. ICOMOS is a professional association that works for the conservation and protection of cultural heritage places around the world and offers advice to UNESCO on World Heritage Sites. Now headquartered in Paris, ICOMOS was founded in 1965 in Warsaw as a result of the 1964 Venice Charter. ICOMOS currently has over 9,500 individual members in 144 countries, is represented by 110 National Committees, and provides specialised conservation advice by way of its 28 International Scientific Committees.
9:45am
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10:30am
2.3: Keynote Speaker: James Hayes (Carleton Immersive Media Studio)
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Stephen Fai
James Hayes is a PhD candidate in the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism and a researcher at the Carleton Immersive Media Studio. His research focuses on coupling digitization technologies such as laser scanning and photogrammetry with digital fabrication technologies like 3D printing, CNC routing and robotic milling.
10:30am
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11:00am
2.4: Exhibition and Break
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Use this time to interact with exhibitors and other symposia delegates.
11:00am
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12:30pm
2.5.1: Digitizing Heritage Places using 3D Scanners
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: José Luis Lerma
Chair: Salim Elwazani
This session focuses on the use of 3D scanning devices for capturing (or mapping) detailed physical characteristics of historic structures for the purpose of conservation.
2.5.2: Digitizing Heritage Places using Images (Photogrammetry)
Location: Room 1 (RB3220), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Fabio Remondino
Chair: Irmengard Mayer
This session focuses on techniques for capturing (or mapping) the detailed physical characteristics of historic structures using photogrammetry and other image-based techniques.
2.5.3: Design and Development of Heritage Information Systems
Location: Room 2 (RB3224), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Raffaella Brumana
Chair: Mattia Previtali
This session deals with the design and development of information systems for the protection and conservation of heritage places. Talking about data verification to tend development of workflows.
2.5.4: Joint Italo-Canadian Digital Workflows
Location: Room 3 (RB3228), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Scott Bucking
Chair: Sara Caspani
The Italian Embassy and Carleton University have contributed to the organization of this session, addressing research synergies between academics from Italy and Canada.
12:30pm
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1:30pm
2.6: Lunch and Exhibition
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Lunch, networking and interaction with exhibitors.
1:30pm
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3:30pm
2.7.1: SSHRC Partnership Session on HBIM
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Stephen Fai
Chair: Hélène Macher
This session showcases work prepared under the framework of New Paradigm / New Tools for Architectural Heritage in Canada is a Partnered Research Training Initiative funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) that supports the development of highly qualified personnel (HQP) in the critical understanding and ethical use of new and emerging digital technologies for the conservation and management of our architectural heritage.
2.7.2: Digital Workflows for Heritage Inventories
Location: Room 1 (RB3220), Richcraft Hall
Chair: David Myers
Chair: Fulvio Rinaudo
This session deals with the compilation of heritage inventories using information systems. Creating heritage inventories is a laborious activity that requires the involvement of multidisciplinary teamsr to prepare consistent forms, glossaries, and instructions. The goal is to have concise, homogeneous and adequate information that will support anunderstanding of the significance and state of heritage places.
2.7.3: Teaching, Research and Learning
Location: Room 2 (RB3224), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Pierre Grussenmeyer
Chair: Rebecca Napolitano
This session showcases educational approaches that acquaint participants with a wide range of recording principles, workflows and techniques with the aim of collecting information for better decision making in the conservation of heritage places. Contributions by experts in various branches of the documentation field will be presented.
2.7.4: Merging Digital Workflows
Location: Room 3 (RB3228), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Tania Landes
Chair: Klaus Hanke
This session deals with the fusion of different techniques for capturing (or mapping) detailed physical characteristics of historic structures to better understand their performance and improve decision making for rehabilitation.
3:30pm
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4:00pm
2.8: Exhibition and Break
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Use this time to interact with exhibitors and other symposia delegates.
4:00pm
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4:45pm
2.10: Interactive Poster Session / SSHRC Partnership Posters
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Ona Vileikis
Chair: Branka Cuca
This session is an opportunity to interact with academics, researchers and practitioners showcasing the use of innovative Digital Workflows for Heritage Conservation.
Moreover, SSHRC Partnership interns will be presenting the results of their internships in different Heritage Organizations.
2.9: Exhibition
Location: Exhibition Area (RB2220/RB2224), Richcraft Hall
Companies and organizations exhibit their latest digital technologies and approaches for recording, processing and disseminating information about heritage places.
4:45pm
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5:30pm
2.11: Emerging Digital Workflow Showcase: Accurex Measurement
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Dirk RIeke-Zapp is business field manager for arts & culture at AICON 3D Systems since 2013. He has a geomatics background with degrees from Purdue University, USA, and University of Hanover, Germany. From 2002 – 2012 he taught geomatics and surface process quantification at the University of Berne, Switzerland. From 2009 – 2012 he represented Switzerland at CIPA. He served actively in ISPRS working groups and is involved in the editorial board of geomatics journals.Paul Joss is 3D Scanning Product Manager for Accurex Measurement.  He hold an Aerospace Engineering degree from the University of Michigan and a MBA from Lawrence Technological University.  Paul has 20 years of experience in optical measurement spanning across many industries including automotive, aerospace, energy, and research.  From 2012-2016 he was North American General Manager for AICON 3D Systems in Germany before moving to Accurex in 2017.  Accurex Measurement is the Canada and US distributor for 3D scanning and...
6:00pm
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7:30pm
2.12: Welcome Reception by Canada's Heritage Community
Location: Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat, Aga Khan Foundation Canada
With the support of Canadian Organizations and especially the Aga Khan Foundation Canada, this reception is aimed at welcoming our international guests and participants to Ottawa. The event will be hosted at the Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat, which was established by His Highness the Aga Khan, 49th hereditary Imam (spiritual leader) of the Shia Ismaili Muslims and founder and chairman of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). A secular facility, the Delegation serves a representational role for the Imamat and its institutions, offering a centre for building relationships, enabling quiet diplomacy, disseminating knowledge and information, while reflecting the wide-ranging humanistic and humanitarian agenda of the AKDN.
Date: Wednesday, 30/Aug/2017
8:00am
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5:00pm
3.1: Montreal Tour
A guided tour of heritage sites in the core of Montreal, including Old Montreal and Pointe-à-Callière Museum of Archaeology and History.
More information: http://www.cipaottawa.org/technical-tour-montreal/
3.2: Kingston Tour
A guided tour of heritage sites in Kingston and area, including sections of the Rideau Canal World Heritage Site, Fort Henry, Martello Tower, and Queen’s University.
More information:http://www.cipaottawa.org/technical-tour-kingston/
3.3: Small-town Ontario Tour
A multi-stop tour to Almonte and Perth. Adaptive reuse of textile mills, Rideau Canal Waterway system, heritage rehabilitation structures, Algonquin College Heritage Institute.
More Information: http://www.cipaottawa.org/technical-tour-ottawaalmonteperth/
9:30am
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4:00pm
3.4: Ottawa Tour
A guided walking tour of the Parliamentary Precinct and environs, including sections of the Rideau Canal World Heritage Site.
More information:http://www.cipaottawa.org/technical-tour-ottawa/
3.5: Suburban Ottawa: Post-War Modern Heritage
Ottawa has many hidden treasures beyond its famous Gothic parliament buildings. Are you interested in modern heritage? After the Second World War, many of the public servants who came to serve the government decided to stay after the war. Our welfare state helped build a middle-class and brought greater security and wealth to the expanding baby-boom generation. In the 1950s and 1960s, Ottawa became a suburban city, stretching out to new towns. Come and visit the places that shaped its modern suburban culture. Highlights include Kanata – a pioneer new town, experimental school designs, modern places of worship and several architect-designed homes.
More information: http://www.cipaottawa.org/technical-tour-suburban-ottawa/
 
Date: Thursday, 31/Aug/2017
8:30am
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9:00am
4.1: Exhibitor’s Demo: Amar Kalsi (Imaging Specialist Ontario, Cansel)
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
3D Scanning
9:00am
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9:45am
4.2: Keynote Speakers: Elizabeth Lee & Brandon Montellato
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Mario Santana Quintero
Elizabeth Lee serves as Managing Director for CyArk, an international non-profit organization with the mission to capture, archive and share the world’s cultural heritage. Her expertise includes developing international partnerships in support of technology driven solutions for cultural heritage protection, education, and appreciation.
Brandon Montellato is the University Relations Manager at DJI, serving as the lead liaison for university research. He also supports DJI STEAM academic partnerships to develop certification programs, curriculum, and education applications.
9:45am
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10:30am
4.3: Keynote Speaker: Yan He (Tsinghua Heritage Institute for Digitization)
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Mario Santana Quintero
The “5R” (Realities)—Modern Technology Application for Digital Presentation of Cultural Heritage
Yan He is a senior engineer, a national certified planner, and a national certified designer responsible for national cultural relics conservation. She’s a member of ICOMOS China and CIPA; a think tank member of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage, China and the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, China. She graduated from Tsinghua University, a top university in China, with a master degree in architecture and heritage conservation.
10:30am
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11:00am
4.4: Exhibition and Break
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Use this time to interact with exhibitors and other symposia delegates.
11:00am
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12:30pm
4.5.1: Assisted Fabrication of Artifacts for Posterity and Conservation
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: James Hayes
Chair: Eva Pietroni
This session explores a diverse set of technologies that directly transfers digital datasets to fabrication equipment to create physical artifacts, models or even 1:1 building elements. Combined with digital documentation technologies such as laser scanning and photogrammetry, digital fabrication technologies can be employed in a variety of ways to assist in heritage documentation, conservation and dissemination.
4.5.2: Heritage Information Systems (GIS and HBIM)
Location: Room 1 (RB3220), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Maurice Martin Murphy
Chair: Richard O'Connor
This session showcases with the use of advanced information systems, such as building information modelling (BIM) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for the conservation of heritage places.
4.5.3: Disseminating Heritage Information using Virtual and Augmented Reality
Location: Room 2 (RB3224), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Georgios Toubekis
Chair: María Cecilia Achig Balarezo
This session will explore how augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) can be used as a teaching and learning tool to help in the dissemination of data and to showcase intangible cultural heritage through the immersion of heritage sites.
4.5.4: Digital Workflows in Rehabilitating Heritage Places
Location: Room 3 (RB3228), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Oriel Elizabeth Clare Prizeman
Chair: Mariana Esponda
This session includes contributions focusing on approaches to building condition assessments (building envelope, materials deterioration and structural integrity), designing monitoring strategies and the implementation of effective rehabilitation mitigation strategies for conservation
12:30pm
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1:30pm
4.6: Lunch and Exhibition
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Lunch, networking and interaction with exhibitors.
1:30pm
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3:30pm
4.7.1: Recording Heritage Places at Risk
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Minna Angelina Silver
Chair: Pieter-Jan De Vos
Cultural Heritage is under constant threat of destruction. These threats range from potential environmental calamities (earthquakes, tsunamis, inundations, etc.), to indiscriminate development of infrastructure and from armed conflicts to pure vandalism. Contributions in this session will focus on areas in conflict showcasing first-hand development of systems and approaches to preserve heritage places.
4.7.2: Intangible and Other Approaches for Cultural Heritage
Location: Room 1 (RB3220), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Grazia Tucci
Chair: Will Raynolds
This session presents approaches that make use of new paradigms for the design and deployment of information technologies for recording and disseminating intangible and other dimensions of heritage.
4.7.3: International Cooperation and Large Projects for Heritage Documentation and Conservation.
Location: Room 2 (RB3224), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Rand Eppich
Chair: Wei Yi Pei
This session compiles contributions from organizations working internationally in the protection of heritage places, underlining the role of digital workflows in gathering information onthese sites.
4.7.4: Diagnosis Tools and Treatment for Assessing Heritage Monuments and Places
Location: Room 3 (RB3228), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Pierre Smars
Chair: Natalie Miller
This session focuses on approaches to design, and the implementation and use of monitoring devices for making effective decisions in the rehabilitation of heritage places.
3:30pm
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4:00pm
4.8: Exhibition and Break
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Use this time to interact with exhibitors and other symposia delegates.
4:00pm
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4:45pm
4.10: Exhibition
Location: Exhibition Area (RB2220/RB2224), Richcraft Hall
Companies and organizations exhibit their latest digital technologies and approaches for recording, processing and disseminating information about heritage places.
4.9: Interactive Poster Session
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Tania Landes
Chair: Mona Hess
This session is an opportunity to interact with academics, researchers and practitioners showcasing the use of innovative Digital Workflows for Heritage Conservation.
4:45pm
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5:30pm
4.11: Emerging Digital Workflow Showcase
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
6:30pm
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9:30pm
4.12: Gala Dinner
Location: Sir John A. Macdonald Building
The Symposia dinner will be held in the recently rehabilitated Sir John A. Macdonald Building. Built in 1930 for the Bank of Montreal, it was designed by E.I. Barott and follows a Beaux-Arts approach. The building reflects the integration of several styles including classical elements that have long been used in the design of Canadian banks. The Doric columns have become ornamental pilasters and instead of classical figures, the reliefs on the façade depict scenes of Canadian industry. The Sparks Street entrance is one storey below the Wellington Street entrance to accommodate for the slope of the site. This lower level is made of granite, while the upper level is of limestone.
Date: Friday, 01/Sep/2017
8:30am
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9:00am
5.1: Exhibitor’s Demo: ETT Virtual Reality (Italy): Between Technology and Culture: Transforming the Experience
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality solutions give the chance of creating space and experiences that go beyond architectural spaces, combining images, virtual reconstructions, texts, and voices into storytelling experiences accessible to all visitors, helping museums and tourist attractions to spread knowledge of artworks and local geography and customs, generate engagement and build up a bond between people, places and contents. ETT is an experienced design company that combines innovative design and storytelling with state of the art technology. Thanks to this approach, based on the integrated knowledge of its team of strategists, art directors, storytellers, software developers, digital designers, craftsmen and architects, ETT has been able to work with major galleries in Milan and Venice, foremost archaeological sites in Rome and the Emirates and many museums, designing cutting-edge installations and multimedia content to engage key audiences. ETT has delivered...
9:00am
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9:45am
5.2: NSERC CREATE Keynote Speaker: Alonzo Addison – International Leader in Digital Innovation for Heritage, Engineering and the Arts
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Mario Santana Quintero
Digital Catalyst. Executive leadership, strategy and management at the nexus of 3D digital technology and society—from business planning to operations, funding to outreach, and research to innovation. Alonzo is the former Director of External Relations & Information with United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and currently a Special Advisor to the Director of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre.
9:45am
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10:30am
5.3: NSERC CREATE Keynote Speaker: Koen Van Balen – UNESCO Chair on Preventive Conservation, Maintenance and Monitoring of Monuments and Sites
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Mario Santana Quintero
Challenges that Preventive Conservation poses to the Cultural Heritage documentation field. Koen is a member of the scientific committee of the Joint Program Initiative on “Heritage and Global Change”. He is also Director of the Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation,University of Leuven.
10:30am
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11:00am
5.4: Exhibition and Break
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Use this time to interact with exhibitors and other symposia delegates.
11:00am
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12:30pm
5.5.1: NSERC CREATE Program Heritage Engineering Session
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Mario Santana Quintero
Chair: Laurie Smith
This session showcases work conducted within the framework of NSERC CREATE Heritage Engineering, a research, training and internship program for PhD, masters, and undergraduate students and post-doctoral fellows.It provides students with hands-on opportunities to work and learn in the built heritage industry, in addition to their university degree program.
5.5.2: Heritage Information Systems (GIS and HBIM)
Location: Room 1 (RB3220), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Alex Ya-Ning Yen
Chair: Lara Chow
This session showcases the use of advanced information systems, such as Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in the conservation of heritage places.
5.5.3: Mobile Sensors, UAV, and Data Fusion
Location: Room 2 (RB3224), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Raphaële Héno
Chair: Shawn Conrad Kretz
This session focuses on techniques for capturing (or mapping) detailed physical characteristics of historic structures using mobile sensors, UAVs and other sensors.
5.5.4: Emerging Approaches
Chair: Ana Almagro Vidal
Chair: Ofelia Sanou
This session focuses on emerging digital workflows in capturing (or mapping) detailed physical characteristics of historic structures, as well as, advanced information systems and other emerging approaches.
12:30pm
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1:30pm
5.6: Lunch and Exhibition
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
Lunch, networking and interaction with exhibitors.
1:30pm
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3:30pm
5.7.1: Identifying Heritage Places for Posterity and Preparedness
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Elizabeth Lee
Chair: Luis Enrique Bello Caballero
Cultural Heritage is in constant threat of destruction. These threats range from potential environmental calamities (earthquakes, tsunamis, inundations, etc.) to indiscriminative development of infrastructure and from armed conflicts to pure vandalism. Contributions in this session will showcase the first-hand development of systems and approaches to prevent the loss of information and preserve heritage places.
5.7.2: Digitizing UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Location: Room 1 (RB3220), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Ona Vileikis
Chair: Davide Mezzino
This session focuses on the use of digital workflows in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, with a view to improving the practice of collecting, managing and disseminating information about these important properties.
5.7.3: Diagnostic and Assessment Tools for the Treatment of Heritage Places
Location: Room 2 (RB3224), Richcraft Hall
Chair: James J. Maddigan
Chair: Sujan Shrestha
This session features contributions that use non-destructive techniques and other approaches aimed at the diagnosis and treatment of heritage sites.
5.7.4: Emerging Approaches
Location: Room 3 (RB3228), Richcraft Hall
Chair: Pieter-Jan De Vos
Chair: Alex Federman
This session focuses on emerging digital workflows in capturing (or mapping) detailed physical characteristics of historic structures, as well as advanced information systems and other emerging approaches.
3:30pm
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4:00pm
5.8: Break
Location: The Atrium (RB2926), Richcraft Hall
4:00pm
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4:45pm
5.9: Symposia Results, Awards and Closing Ceremony
Location: The Theatre (RB2200), Richcraft Hall
Session chairs will present a report on the issues addressed during the symposia. CIPA Thesis Award, Awards for best poster(s) and paper(s) will be presented. As well as, the invitation for CIPA 2019.

 
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