Friday, 24 August 2018
The journal Heritage Science has released a video abstract of the paper UCLDH team members co-authored on advanced imaging for investigating inscribed papyrus in mummy cartonnage. The full original paper is also available to read online. The co-authors are all part of the Deep Imaging research project team.
The Department of Information Studies offers various opportunities to study Digital Humanities at post-graduate level, as well as short courses.
UCLDH supports and facilitates wide-ranging technological engagement across the Arts, Humanities and Cultural Heritage.
UCLDH Team Members are available for consultancy work to help scope, plan, and execute digital projects.
UCLDH hold a variety of events that are open to the public, including a regular seminar series.
UCLDH cultivates close working relationships across the university and beyond, with international institutions, culture and heritage sectors and industry partners.
UCLDH has won a variety of awards, and has had many mentions in the international press.