Objective: Cultural Heritage Informatics Research Oriented Network CHIRON is a Marie-Curie EU-funded project providing research training fellowships for graduates wishing to start a research career in the field of IT applications to the research, conservation, and presentation of tangible Cultural Heritage. The project will consist of a joint training program and individual research carried out by fellows within a co-ordinated framework at participating partner institution. CHIRON has a duration of four years with an overall budget of about 2 300 000 Euro.


Participants: Dr. Esther Koller-Meier, Dr. Konrad Schindler, Dr. Henning Hamer


PIN scrl Servizi didattici e scientifici per l'Università di Firenze (IT) The University of the Aegean (GR) The Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (IL) The University of Brighton (UK) The Ename Center For Public Archaeology And Heritage Presentation (BE) Eidgenossiche Technische Hochschule Zurich (CH) The University of York (UK)