IPERION HS 2nd Doctoral Summer School “Environmental impact on built heritage and its digitalization”

IPERION HS 2nd Doctoral Summer School “Environmental impact on built heritage and its digitalization” will be held from 17th to 21st July 2023, at ZAG (Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute), Dimičeva 12, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

The IPERION HS Doctoral Summer Schools are part of HS Academy providing a learning multidisciplinary interactive experience in the field of Heritage Science. Each year it is organized by different institutions on different focuses. Theoretical and technical lectures will be imparted by a wide range of international experts in the field of Heritage Science. All lectures are intended to provide an overview of the state-of-the-art as well as specific details of their topic.

In particular, the 2nd IPERION HS Doctoral Summer School (HS-DSS) is aimed at providing examples of excellence in heritage science in the environmental impact on built heritage ad its digitalization. The HS-DSS will comprise four full days of lectures, during which participants will become acquainted with the multidisciplinary skills of the IPERION HS consortium and knowledge accumulated by the partners. Issues such as materials and procedures for low environmental impacts, new methods for preservation of buildings and structures, digitalization and social and economical impacts will be presented and discussed. Lectures and study tours will be adapted to an interdisciplinary platea of learners by focusing more on problem solving than on the specific adopted scientific methods/techniques. All sessions and excursions will be conducted in English.

The 2nd IPERION HS Doctoral Summer School is open to postgraduate, PhD students, post-docs and practitioners, in particular early career researchers involved in heritage science studies on built heritage.

No registration fee is required.

Registration is open until May 12,2023. Places are limited to 80 participants, selected by the HS-DSS steering committee from the candidate pool based on merits, educational and research background and other criteria. Early applications will be given priority.

Selected candidates will be informed of their acceptance by May 26, 2023