Digital Tools

Digital Tools for Cultural Heritage Management


13 May-17 June 2024

GIS (online): 13-24 May 2024

PHOTOGRAMMETRY (online): 29 May – 5 June 2024

PHOTOGRAMMETRY (on site): 7-9 June 2024

LASER SCANNING (on site): 11-14 June 2024


Hybrid Training Program
Nafplio, Greece in person & online

Application Deadline:
28 March 2024

22 April for online participants only!





Vacancies for this Summer Field School Program are limited, so please apply early.

Project Director:

Dr Evangelos Kyriakidis, HERITΛGE Director



Dr Cornelis Stal, Lecturer/Researcher, HOGENT, HERITΛGE Digital Manager
is a lecturer and researcher at the University College Ghent and Ghent University (Belgium), where he is working on surveying engineering, geomatics and image-based 3D modelling. Within the framework of his research, he has participated in various archaeological and anthropological field campaigns, where the topics of this workshop are empirically implemented in an interdisciplinary context.

Supported by:


HERITΛGE, in close collaboration with HOGENT University (Belgium) has organized three integrated and consecutive specialist courses in geomatic topics to assist heritage managers in their work:
• Photogrammetry and image-based 3D modelling
• Terrestrial laser scanning
* Please note that these specialist courses can be booked individually. For those intending to just do sections of the field summer school, please contact at the email [email protected] for further information and arrangements.
This field school will introduce students to a broad range of 3D recording and mapping techniques, as well as methodologies to use and analyze spatial data. Participants will be provided with hands-on instruction in these methods with hands-on demos and exercises at various study areas. These skills are essential in heritage management for any restoration, documentation or visualization project.


For details on the themes taught and application procedures, see the official announcement of the workshop here.

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