Techonological tools for the conservation of silk Heritage: Improving the conservation of European religious textile cultural Heritage
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Alba Pagán, Ester Perfil; Fernández, Marcos; Gaitán, Mar; León, Arabella; Portalés, Cristina Perfil; Sebastián, Jorge; Sevilla, Javier
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This paper presents the interdisciplinary H2020 SILKNOW project coordinated by the Universitat de València with researchers from the ICT and SSH fields. SILKNOW is a three-year project funded by the EU's Horizon 2020 Programme under the two-stage call SC6-CULT-COOP-09 'European cultural heritage, access and analysis for a richer interpretation of the past'. The consortium has a total of nine partners from six different European countries (Spain, France, Germany, Slovenia, Poland and Italy). There are a total of three universities, two SMEs, one international institution, and three research institutes. In this paper, we introduce SILKNOW which has as a goal to promote, conserve and disseminate silk textiles; secondly, we introduce a set of interactive tools related to the project that will especially enhance conservation of this heritage.

    Alba Pagán, Ester Fernández, Marcos Gaitán, Mar León, Arabella Portalés, Cristina Sebastián, Jorge Sevilla, Javier 2019 Techonological tools for the conservation of silk Heritage: Improving the conservation of European religious textile cultural Heritage ESRARC 2019 11th European on Religious Art, Restoration and Conservation 150 156

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