The National Gallery, London
The conference will now take place on 8-9 April 2021.
With the increasing use of a range of advanced technical imaging and spectroscopic imaging in the study and preservation of artworks and other cultural heritage artefacts, there is growing interest in and need for computational approaches to fully realise the potential in the data acquired and be able to address research questions in a variety of disciplines. This is a rapidly growing field of research that is only possible through cross-disciplinary collaboration.
For more information please visit the conference website at https://research.ng-london.org.uk/external/ARTICT/Computational%20approa...
As a result we are also extending the deadline for the submission of abstracts to 30 September 2020. For those who have already submitted an abstract we are happy to consider these along with the other submission or if you would like to take the addition time now available to update or revise your abstract you are very welcome to do so.