TRIQUETRA

Triquetra Participates in EMRA 2024: Showcasing Innovations in Marine Robotics

Τriquetra is proud to announce its participation in the EMRA 2024 workshop, hosted by the Institute of Marine Engineering of the Italian National Research Council (INM-CNR) from 27th to 29th May 2024. Celebrating the tenth anniversary of this event, EMRA 2024 creates a dynamic platform for professionals in the field of marine robotics and applications. …

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Triquetra Project Fieldwork: 3D Model of Celtic Pile Dwellings at Lake Starnberg

June 2024 As part of the TRIQUETRA project, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) has created a high-precision 3D model of the early Celtic pile dwellings around Roseninsel in Lake Starnberg. Using the robotic surface vehicle LimnoVIS, DLR collected extensive underwater images, which were then used to generate this detailed model. By the end of May …

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Triquetra Project: Active Participation in the 2024 CIPA Summer School

The Triquetra project was presented in the 2024 CIPA Summer School on 3D documentation of cultural heritage, held from May 19th to May 25th in Rhodes, Greece. This annual event is a crucial platform for advancing knowledge and expertise in the preservation of cultural heritage through innovative 3D documentation techniques. Each year, the summer school …

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TRIQUETRA Project Holds Successful 3rd Plenary Meeting in Ventotene, Italy

The TRIQUETRA project successfully conducted its 3rd Plenary Meeting on May 21 and 22, 2024, in the scenic town of Ventotene, Italy. The meeting, organized by Salvatore Martino from Sapienza University, brought together the diverse group of experts and stakeholders in the Triquetra project, dedicated to advancing the project’s goals. Day 1: Consortium Meeting and …

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TRIQUETRA Project participated at EGU2024

Τhe TRIQUETRA Project made an impact with a series of presentations and poster sessions at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2024 (EGU2024), held in Vienna from April 14th to 19th. The dissemination activities from the project’s partners, including three poster presentations, two in-situ presentations and one virtual presentation demonstrated innovative solutions in the field …

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Representatives from Sapienza University of Rome visited NTUA

Recently, there was a visit from Sapienza University of Rome to the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), specifically to the laboratory of harbor works. This visit was under the framework of TRIQUETRA project and it was not only significant but also provided a valuable opportunity for collaboration and knowledge exchange between the two esteemed …

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The TRIQUETRA Project Excavations at Villa Giulia, Punta Eolo, Ventotene, from Sapienza University of Rome

The TRIQUETRA Project is excited to announce that we have started fieldwork activities at Villa Giulia, located in Punta Eolo, Ventotene. Sapienza University of Rome, partner of Triquetra project, working to study how ancient artifacts are affected by being exposed to the elements. Villa Giulia is an important site that gives us a glimpse into …

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Triquetra Project Review: March 14, 2024

On March 14, 2024, the Triquetra Project underwent the first review meeting via telecommunication. Led by project coordinator Prof. Charalampos Ioannides and assisted by project officer Dr. Athanasios Gerakis, the session saw all partners presenting the project’s progress over the initial twelve months. Partners highlighted achievements and milestones, addressing challenges encountered along the way. Dr. …

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Advancing Heritage Preservation—Insights from the TRIQUETRA Project

We are pleased to share the publication of an important journal article titled “Safeguarding Our Heritage—The TRIQUETRA Project Approach” on the MDPI platform. This article offers key insights into the progress of the TRIQUETRA project, a European initiative focused on addressing climate change risks and natural hazards affecting Cultural Heritage (CH). The TRIQUETRA project introduces …

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TRIQUETRA featured on European Commission’s list of Innovative Cultural Heritage projects

We are delighted to share some news for the TRIQUETRA project. Recently, our endeavors have been featured in the “Driving a Green, Digital & Innovative European Cultural Heritage” booklet, a comprehensive publication that celebrates and showcases initiatives in the cultural sector. Exploring the Booklet: “Driving a Green, Digital & Innovative European Cultural Heritage” The recently …

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