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Invited Speakers:

Prof. Alireza Askari ChaverdiShiraz University, Iran

Iranian director of the Iranian-Italian Joint Archaeological Mission at Persepolis World Cultural Heritage Site since 2005.

Associate Professor at the Department of History and Archaeology, Shiraz University and Vice-Chancellor of the Shiraz University of Arts.

He has carried out several excavations in the province of Fars, focussing on the Pre-Islamic Historic periods, from the Achaemenid to the Sasanian ones.

In the frame of the activities of the Iranian-Italian Joint Archaeological Mission since 2008 he has co-directed the project “From Palace to Town”, aiming at a better knowledge of the inhabited town which according to the sources was near the Imperial Citadel of Persepolis;

Since 2011 the same project is working on a monumental gate of the Early Achaemenid period discovered at Tol-e Ajori, 3.5 km to the West of Persepolis.

He has published four monographs and several articles on the archaeology and art of Pre-Islamic Iran.

Prof. Alireza Askari ChaverdiShiraz University, Iran

Iranian director of the Iranian-Italian Joint Archaeological Mission at Persepolis World Cultural Heritage Site since 2005.

Associate Professor at the Department of History and Archaeology, Shiraz University and Vice-Chancellor of the Shiraz University of Arts.

He has carried out several excavations in the province of Fars, focussing on the Pre-Islamic Historic periods, from the Achaemenid to the Sasanian ones.

In the frame of the activities of the Iranian-Italian Joint Archaeological Mission since 2008 he has co-directed the project “From Palace to Town”, aiming at a better knowledge of the inhabited town which according to the sources was near the Imperial Citadel of Persepolis;

Since 2011 the same project is working on a monumental gate of the Early Achaemenid period discovered at Tol-e Ajori, 3.5 km to the West of Persepolis.

He has published four monographs and several articles on the archaeology and art of Pre-Islamic Iran.

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Prof. David LomitashviliNational Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia, Tbilisi

Professor at University of Winchester (Hampshire, England) 2015-2019.

Director of Parmen Zakaraia Archaeological-Architectural museum-reserve (West Georgia).

The Senior Scientist at Georgian National Museum since 2007.

The director of Nokalakevi International Expedition in 2001-2012.

The director of Georgia – Switzerland joined scientific project - ,,Nokalakevi in the I Millennia B.C.

The Author of 10 monographs and scientific articles.

Prof. David LomitashviliNational Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia, Tbilisi

Professor at University of Winchester (Hampshire, England) 2015-2019.

Director of Parmen Zakaraia Archaeological-Architectural museum-reserve (West Georgia).

The Senior Scientist at Georgian National Museum since 2007.

The director of Nokalakevi International Expedition in 2001-2012.

The director of Georgia – Switzerland joined scientific project - ,,Nokalakevi in the I Millennia B.C.

The Author of 10 monographs and scientific articles.

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Prof. Alessandro RizziLecture: Losing photographic visual memories

Alessandro Rizzi is Full Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Milano (Italy), teaching Multimedia, Colorimetry and Film restoration.
He is doing research since 1990 in the field of digital imaging with a particular interest on color, visualization, photography, HDR, VR and on the perceptual issues related to digital imaging, interfaces and lighting.
He is the head of the MIPS Lab at the Department of Computer Science. He has been one of the founders of the Italian Color Group, Secretary of CIE Division 8, IS&T Fellow and Vice President. In 2015 he received the Davies medal from the Royal Photographic Society.
He is co-chair of the IS&T Conference “Color Imaging: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy and Applications”, Topical Editor for “Applied Color Science” of the Journal of Optical Society of America A, Associate Editor of Journal of Electronic Imaging, member of several program committees of conferences related to color and digital imaging.

Prof. Alessandro RizziLecture: Losing photographic visual memories

Alessandro Rizzi is Full Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Milano (Italy), teaching Multimedia, Colorimetry and Film restoration.
He is doing research since 1990 in the field of digital imaging with a particular interest on color, visualization, photography, HDR, VR and on the perceptual issues related to digital imaging, interfaces and lighting.
He is the head of the MIPS Lab at the Department of Computer Science. He has been one of the founders of the Italian Color Group, Secretary of CIE Division 8, IS&T Fellow and Vice President. In 2015 he received the Davies medal from the Royal Photographic Society.
He is co-chair of the IS&T Conference “Color Imaging: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy and Applications”, Topical Editor for “Applied Color Science” of the Journal of Optical Society of America A, Associate Editor of Journal of Electronic Imaging, member of several program committees of conferences related to color and digital imaging.

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Kaja ŠirokDirector of the National Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia

Kaja Širok is a research fellow at the Faculty of Arts (Department for Sociology), University of Ljubljana and the director of the National Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia. An historian by training, her PhD in cultural studies focused on contested memories and identity making in the border area between Italy and Slovenia. Her current research addresses museums and memory studies, with special attention paid to the creation of national historical narratives related to identity formation, contested memories, revisionism and (re)interpretations of history. She has published several articles on the memorialisation of the past in museum exhibitions, memory and visual culture, and contested histories vs. dominant historical narratives. She is an active member of the Academic Committee of the House of European History in Brussels, chair of ICOM Slovenia and a board member of ICMEMO.

Kaja ŠirokDirector of the National Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia

Kaja Širok is a research fellow at the Faculty of Arts (Department for Sociology), University of Ljubljana and the director of the National Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia. An historian by training, her PhD in cultural studies focused on contested memories and identity making in the border area between Italy and Slovenia. Her current research addresses museums and memory studies, with special attention paid to the creation of national historical narratives related to identity formation, contested memories, revisionism and (re)interpretations of history. She has published several articles on the memorialisation of the past in museum exhibitions, memory and visual culture, and contested histories vs. dominant historical narratives. She is an active member of the Academic Committee of the House of European History in Brussels, chair of ICOM Slovenia and a board member of ICMEMO.

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Prof. Mauro Francesco La Russa and Dr. Daniele La RussaLecture: Microplastics and heavy metals: state of art, challenge and new perspectives

Mauro is Professor at Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, University of Calabria (Italy), while Daniele is researcher at Department of Pharmacy, Health and Nutritional Sciences

Prof. Mauro Francesco La Russa and Dr. Daniele La RussaLecture: Microplastics and heavy metals: state of art, challenge and new perspectives

Mauro is Professor at Department of Biology, Ecology and Earth Science, University of Calabria (Italy), while Daniele is researcher at Department of Pharmacy, Health and Nutritional Sciences

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Lecture about Conservation of CHIn progress
Lecture about Conservation of CHIn progress
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Upcoming Events

List of events

  • 3 Nov Divulgation activity day
  • 4 Nov Scientific Programme
  • 5 Nov Scientific Programme
  • 6 Nov Scientific Programme
  • 7 Nov Cultural Trips to Tbilisi Old Town and/or to Samshvilde Archaeological Complex
09:00 - 18:00Hand on activity with schools/citizen By Shota Tvaladze

In this edition of the conference YOCOCU organises a divulgation activity on cultural heritage conservation where the participants can develop interactive laboratories which will involve citizens and, in particular, local schools. Participants interested in taking part to this activity must specify it in the registration form. The space will be made available by YOCOCU but the material and the equipment needed are responsibility of the participants.

For additional information and special requirements please email to info@yococu2020.com.

  • Hall One
09:00 AM - 07:00 PMScientific Programme By Andrea Macchia and David Berikashvili,

The scientific program comprises various styles of presentations and sessions, each offering a unique opportunity to amass new and important scientific information. Descriptions of the presentation and session types appear below.

Lecture
Scientific Overviews provide a broad picture of a specific field, presenting the invited speaker’s work, as well as that of other investigators, when appropriate, in the vanguard of their scientific field. Scientific Overviews are allotted 20 minutes with an additional 5 minutes for questions and answers and are scheduled at the beginning of conference days.

Oral presentations
Select abstract submissions will be presented during Oral Abstract Sessions generally lasting for 2 hours. Speakers will present their peer-reviewed research in a specific topic area, and presentations will be moderated by experts in the field. Oral Abstract Sessions allow 10 minutes for individual presentation followed by 5 minutes for questions and answers. Oral Abstract Sessions run parallel to one another and are organized by topic to avoid conflicting sessions (4 sessions are scheduled for midmorning on each day); additional Oral Abstract Sessions may be scheduled to run parallel to symposia when necessary. A Scientific Overview may be included in an Oral Abstract Session, as appropriate, or a moderator may provide a brief translational summary at the close of a session. A co-moderator will also be on hand to facilitate audience questions.

Poster Abstract Sessions
The majority of scientific information at YOCOCU 2020 will be presented in the form of Poster Abstract Sessions and during LIving LAb session. The poster hall will remain open throughout the conference from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM, to allow attendees and presenters the opportunity to interact. Presenters of Poster Abstracts will be assigned to stand at their respective boards, organized by topic, on one of the three conference days, but all Poster Abstracts will be available for viewing the 4 full days of yOCOCU 2020.

Themed Discussions

Select Poster Abstracts will be merged into Themed Discussions, each lasting 30 minutes. Topics will be chosen by the Program Committee, who will choose 4 to 5 Poster Abstracts to represent each topic. 4 or 5 Themed Discussions will run concurrently in the early afternoon, each conference day. A discussant will provide a 5-minute introduction outlining the state of the topic field, and then each presenter will give a brief overview of his or her Poster Abstract in 5 minutes using 5 slides (recommended) to summarize the noteworthy results, conclusions, and discussion points. Discussants will interact with audience members and presenters to create a discussion that synthesizes the relevant information, covers key points of agreement and controversy, and draws comparisons to related work in the scientific field. At the conclusion of a Themed Discussion, a discussant will provide a 5-minute summation highlighting the key information of the Poster Abstracts discussed and posing important questions for future research. It has worked well in the past to match more senior investigators with newer (or more junior) investigators in the same field.

06:00 PM - 11:00 PMFolklore in the cultural heritage innovation By Fariz Khalilli

Traditional dances, crafts, knowledge and music on the agenda at this special session. The Folk Performing Arts will be develeped in the Auditorium of the University of Georgia.
This session aims to highlight the expressions in this field that make use of innovation for the enhancement of the traditional folk expressions. We encourage organizations, researchers, professionals to contribute showing their perfomance or telling their projects.

09:00 - 19:00Scientific Programme By Andrea Macchia and David Berikashvili,

The scientific program comprises various styles of presentations and sessions, each offering a unique opportunity to amass new and important scientific information. Descriptions of the presentation and session types appear below.

Lecture
Scientific Overviews provide a broad picture of a specific field, presenting the invited speaker’s work, as well as that of other investigators, when appropriate, in the vanguard of their scientific field. Scientific Overviews are allotted 20 minutes with an additional 5 minutes for questions and answers and are scheduled at the beginning of conference days.

Oral presentations
Select abstract submissions will be presented during Oral Abstract Sessions generally lasting for 2 hours. Speakers will present their peer-reviewed research in a specific topic area, and presentations will be moderated by experts in the field. Oral Abstract Sessions allow 10 minutes for individual presentation followed by 5 minutes for questions and answers. Oral Abstract Sessions run parallel to one another and are organized by topic to avoid conflicting sessions (4 sessions are scheduled for midmorning on each day); additional Oral Abstract Sessions may be scheduled to run parallel to symposia when necessary. A Scientific Overview may be included in an Oral Abstract Session, as appropriate, or a moderator may provide a brief translational summary at the close of a session. A co-moderator will also be on hand to facilitate audience questions.

Poster Abstract Sessions
The majority of scientific information at YOCOCU 2020 will be presented in the form of Poster Abstract Sessions and during LIving LAb session. The poster hall will remain open throughout the conference from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM, to allow attendees and presenters the opportunity to interact. Presenters of Poster Abstracts will be assigned to stand at their respective boards, organized by topic, on one of the three conference days, but all Poster Abstracts will be available for viewing the 4 full days of yOCOCU 2020.

Themed Discussions

Select Poster Abstracts will be merged into Themed Discussions, each lasting 30 minutes. Topics will be chosen by the Program Committee, who will choose 4 to 5 Poster Abstracts to represent each topic. 4 or 5 Themed Discussions will run concurrently in the early afternoon, each conference day. A discussant will provide a 5-minute introduction outlining the state of the topic field, and then each presenter will give a brief overview of his or her Poster Abstract in 5 minutes using 5 slides (recommended) to summarize the noteworthy results, conclusions, and discussion points. Discussants will interact with audience members and presenters to create a discussion that synthesizes the relevant information, covers key points of agreement and controversy, and draws comparisons to related work in the scientific field. At the conclusion of a Themed Discussion, a discussant will provide a 5-minute summation highlighting the key information of the Poster Abstracts discussed and posing important questions for future research. It has worked well in the past to match more senior investigators with newer (or more junior) investigators in the same field.

14:00 - 16:00Living Lab By Taso Gvantsa Potskhishvil

New technologies and products will be able to present during a special laboratory session of the conference (Living Lab). This session, which will run at the same time as the poster session, will give the opportunity to practically experience those materials and technologies and to analyse with the developers the efficacy and efficiency of their application in the field of cultural heritage.

09:00 - 19:00Scientific Programme By Andrea Macchia and David Berikashvili,

The scientific program comprises various styles of presentations and sessions, each offering a unique opportunity to amass new and important scientific information. Descriptions of the presentation and session types appear below.

Lecture
Scientific Overviews provide a broad picture of a specific field, presenting the invited speaker’s work, as well as that of other investigators, when appropriate, in the vanguard of their scientific field. Scientific Overviews are allotted 20 minutes with an additional 5 minutes for questions and answers and are scheduled at the beginning of conference days.

Oral presentations
Select abstract submissions will be presented during Oral Abstract Sessions generally lasting for 2 hours. Speakers will present their peer-reviewed research in a specific topic area, and presentations will be moderated by experts in the field. Oral Abstract Sessions allow 10 minutes for individual presentation followed by 5 minutes for questions and answers. Oral Abstract Sessions run parallel to one another and are organized by topic to avoid conflicting sessions (4 sessions are scheduled for midmorning on each day); additional Oral Abstract Sessions may be scheduled to run parallel to symposia when necessary. A Scientific Overview may be included in an Oral Abstract Session, as appropriate, or a moderator may provide a brief translational summary at the close of a session. A co-moderator will also be on hand to facilitate audience questions.

Poster Abstract Sessions
The majority of scientific information at YOCOCU 2020 will be presented in the form of Poster Abstract Sessions and during LIving LAb session. The poster hall will remain open throughout the conference from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM, to allow attendees and presenters the opportunity to interact. Presenters of Poster Abstracts will be assigned to stand at their respective boards, organized by topic, on one of the three conference days, but all Poster Abstracts will be available for viewing the 4 full days of yOCOCU 2020.

Themed Discussions

Select Poster Abstracts will be merged into Themed Discussions, each lasting 30 minutes. Topics will be chosen by the Program Committee, who will choose 4 to 5 Poster Abstracts to represent each topic. 4 or 5 Themed Discussions will run concurrently in the early afternoon, each conference day. A discussant will provide a 5-minute introduction outlining the state of the topic field, and then each presenter will give a brief overview of his or her Poster Abstract in 5 minutes using 5 slides (recommended) to summarize the noteworthy results, conclusions, and discussion points. Discussants will interact with audience members and presenters to create a discussion that synthesizes the relevant information, covers key points of agreement and controversy, and draws comparisons to related work in the scientific field. At the conclusion of a Themed Discussion, a discussant will provide a 5-minute summation highlighting the key information of the Poster Abstracts discussed and posing important questions for future research. It has worked well in the past to match more senior investigators with newer (or more junior) investigators in the same field.

Cultural Trips
09:00 - 13:00Cultural Trips By David Berikashvili

Cultural Trips to Tbilisi Old Town and/or to Samshvilde Archaeological Complex