Offre de thèse : Airborne and long-range ground-based imaging and sensing for archaeology and architectural preservation (Nottingham)

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The application of drone-based imaging and sensing in the cultural heritage sector has been focused on two main aspects: the 3D digital documentation of historic buildings and archaeological sites, and the detection of archaeological features for the “revealing” of palaces and cities buried under the ground. The latest advances in the technology of drone-based systems open new horizons on the potentials of their application in both conservation/preservation and archaeological studies. This project aims to contribute to the new generation of airborne imaging and sensing examination of architectural and archaeological sites, giving answers to existing problems and introducing new data science approaches for post- processing.

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