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GRAVITATE - Geometric Reconstruction and Novel Semantic Reunification of Cultural Heritage Objects

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GRAVITATE is a European funded project lunched in June 2015. The project is addressed to the world of Cultural Heritage and related sciences. Its overall objective is the development of a set of software tools that will allow archaeologists, curators and conservators to identify and Re-Unify cultural objects that were separated across collections, allow Re-association between cultural artefacts that have common features and eventually Re-Assemble fragments belonging to the same broken artefact. The novelty of its approach lies in the combination and integration of semantic and geometric analysis and matching into a single decision support platform.

CyI Principal Investigator
Sorin Hermon
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Additional Info

  • Acronym: GRAVITATE
  • Center: STARC
  • Funding Source: H2020-REFLECTIVE-7-2014_ Research and Innovation Action
  • CyI Funding: 335.000,00
  • Funding Period: 42 months
  • Starting Date: 1st June 2015
  • End Date: 31st December 2018
  • Coordinator: ItInnovation – Southampton (UK)
  • Partners:

    IT Innovation Centre (UK), British Museum (UK) and The Cyprus Institute (Cyprus), Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche -Institute of Applied Mathematics and Information Technologies (Italy), University of Amsterdam (Netherland), Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (Israel) and University of Haifa (Israel)

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