“STORM proposes novel predictive models and improved non-invasive and non-destructive methods of survey and diagnosis, for effective prediction of environmental changes and for revealing threats to cultural heritage sites. An integrated system featuring novel sensors (intra fluorescent and wireless acoustic sensors), legacy systems, state of the art platforms (including LiDAR and UAVs), offering applications and services over an open cloud infrastructure. During the course the main results achieved by the project in terms of research, experimentation and application will be illustrated. The STORM Academy has the aim of training professional figures or students, by the implementation of both onsite training activities and lessons.“
STORM Academy is implemented in a framework of a European funded project the participation is totally for free. However, there is a limit of available places base on subscription time and study title. The attendance is open to students in Engineering, Restoration, Architecture, Archaeology, Art History or to professionals, working in any Public or Private Entities in the field of CH management, protection, conservation or restoration.
Information about the course and subscription can be requested sending an e-mail to Giulia Governatori: firstname.lastname@example.org