ATHENA presented at SPIE conference ( Berlin 10-13 of September 2018)
ATHENA 3rd Summer School for Geophysics and data acquisition has been carried out on the 4 & 5 of September 2018. CNR and CUT staff members visited the archaeological site of the "Tombs of the Kings" in Paphos on the 4th of September for a full day field work with GPR, while a data processing training followed on the 5th of September at CUT premises.
On the 3rd of September we successfully completed the Athena 4th Virtual Training “Integration of RS data for Cultural Heritage management in the Copernicus Era ” here in Limassol by CNR .
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Capitalize the Experience from the 'Athena' H2020 Twinning & 'Excelsior' H2020 Teaming projects for the regional benefit & Stakeholder Hub. Oral presentation at Mediterranean Regional Information Network (MedRIN) Kick-off Meeting ,Chania, Greece, 13-14 July 2018
'The use of Copernicus data to support archeological research in the Eastern Mediterranean ' the H2020 twinning project“ATHENA” Wednesday 12/7/2018 at EARSEL SUMPOSIUM in Chania https://t.co/DBMYToz4t9
The paper entitled as "An Objective Assessment of Hyperspectral Indicators for the Detection of Buried Archaeological Relics" coauthored by Cerra, D.; Agapiou, A.; Cavalli, R.M. and Sarris, A. and published by the Remote Sensing MDPI (impact factor 3.244) was nominated as Editor's Choice Articles. Find more about the paper here (http://www.mdpi.com/2072-4292/10/4/500). Editor's Choice Articles: http://www.mdpi.com/journal/remotesensing/editors_choice
Prof. Diofantos Hadjimitsis briefed ATHENA during the first UNESCO Chair in Digital Cultural Heritage at the Cyprus University of Technology premises (8-9/5/2018)
ATHENA activities were discussed during the H2020-EXCELSIOR meeting between CUT and DLR.
ATHENA introduced during the meeting with the National Contact Points of the SEREN 3 project under the H2020 Secure Societies call. The event was supported by the Research Promotion Foundation of Cyprus.