Training “Scanning small objects” planned for 16-20.03.2020 in the 3D Digital Silk Road project canceled
The “Scanning small objects” course meeting planned for the project NAWA for Partners from Uzbekistan universities, which should take place at the Lublin University of Technology on 16-20.03.2020, was canceled due to the coronovirus pandemic in Poland. By decision of the Rector of the Lublin University of Technology (ordinance No. 19/2020), arrivals of foreign guests to the Lublin University of Technology were suspended. The training will take place at a later date after the health situation in Poland has stabilized.
Kick-off meeting of the project 3D Digital Silk Road
On February 3-5, 2020, a meeting inaugurating the new project financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) was held at the Lublin University of Technology (LUT). The meeting was attended by the authorities of LUT (Rector Prof. Piotr Kacejko), authorities of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (Prof. Henryka Stryczewska, Dr. Marek Miłosz), head (Prof. Dariusz Czerwiński) and employees of the Department of Computer Science LUT and coordinators from 4 partner universities of Uzbekistan : Prof. Dilbar Mukhamedova from the National University of Uzbekistan from Tashkent, Mr Rahim Kayumov from Samarkand State University, Prof. Bakhodir Eshchanov from the Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute and Prof. Utkir Abdullaev from Urgench State University.
At the meeting, the main tasks of the project were presented and agreed, current activities of PL in the field of digitizing the cultural heritage of the Silk Road were discussed, perspectives of places and objects of digitization were outlined in subsequent expeditions as well as areas of scientific cooperation and practical tasks of the Lublin University of Technology and partner universities from Uzbekistan.
News National University of Uzbekistan
3D DIJITAL SILK ROAD (NAWA)
Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute Uzbekistan 8.02.2020
3D Digital Silk Road – an international scientific project has started at our institute
Samarkand State University 11.02.2020
O’zbekistonda 3D-madaniy meros ob’ektlarini raqamlashtirish sohasidagi xalqaro hamkorlik
Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange supports the development of the portal silkroad3d.com – November 2019
The Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) awarded funding to the “3D Digital Silk Road” project. The project applicant is the Lublin University of Technology and Partners: 4 universities from Uzbekistan: Samarkand State University, National University of Uzbekistan, Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute, Urgench State University. Duration of implementation: 01/10/2019 – 30/09/2021.
The aim of the project is to carry out scientific and research work in the field of digitization of the cultural monuments of the Silk Road in Uzbekistan during scientific expeditions by LUT specialists in cooperation with partners from Uzbekistan and to disseminate research results through: international scientific conferences, practical training, monographs, and the silkroad3d.com online portal
Main project tasks are the following:
- Organization of 4 research expeditions to the 4 cities of Uzbekistan for 3D scanning of cultural monuments.
- Processing of acquired data, preparation of digital panoramas and 3D models and placing them on the silkroad3d.com website.
- Organization of the 2 international conferences (one in Poland, second in Uzbekistan).
- Organization of 2 photographic exhibitions in Poland.
- Training of scientific staff from Uzbekistan universities in the field of 3D technology applications in museology (2 trainings in Poland).
- Preparation and publication of a joint scientific monograph in Poland.
- Maintenance and development of the silkroad3d.com portal in three languages: English, Uzbek and Russian.
Culture.uz News, announcements, cultural life of Uzbekistan 12.06.2019
In Samarkand there was a presentation of Jin Akino’s photo album
In the gallery of Tillya-Kari madrassah of the Registan ensemble there was a presentation of a new photo album «Uzbekistan: moments of traditional culture» by the Japanese master of photography Jin Akino. Museum workers, artists, journalists, local history experts, employees of the Department of Tourism and representatives of public organisations came to the meeting with the guest from the Land of the Rising Sun. The event was held as part of the «Samarqandiana» encyclopedic project to mark the International Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures. From the pages of his photo album, Jin Akino invites readers to a dialogue through a small epigraph: «History, tradition and our daily lives are a series of unique moments that often pass us by, erased from memory… Just think about how many of these moments are irrevocably lost for us?».
International Scientific Conference ”IT in Cultural Heritage Management” (IT-CHM’2019) – May 22, 2019
Call for papers and participants
On May 22, 2019, the Registan Ensemble (Samarkand, Uzbekistan) will host the International Scientific Conference “Information Technology in Cultural Heritage Management / IT in Cultural Heritage Management” (IT-CHM’2019). The conference is organised by the Institute of Computer Science of the Lublin University of Technology, (Lublin, Poland), Samarkand State University (Samarkand, Uzbekistan), Registan Ensemble (Samarkand, Uzbekistan), and International Institute for Central Asian Studies UNESCO (Samarkand, Uzbekistan).
The conference will present the possibilities of using information technology in management in museum units and cultural heritage.
The participation is free of charge (and includes free enter to Registan) . We invite everyone, after registration via e-mail.
Place: Uzbekistan, Samarkand, Registan Ensemble, Ulugh Beg Madrasah
Dr. Marek Milosz, email@example.com
Prof. Jerzy Montusiewicz, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rahim Kayumov, email@example.com
Behruz Marufi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Muhtor Nasirov, email@example.com
Information for the authors of the presentations:
The texts of the papers delivered to us will be published as articles in the reviewed post-conference monograph at the Lublin University of Technology.
The monograph will appear in English. Texts may be sent in English, but in any case please provide also the original versions which will be translated and edited by the publisher. The articles should have around 6 pages plus figures and photos.
The texts should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org until July 31, 2019.