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CIMA Drittmittel Event

On April 12th CIMA was presenting their methods and possibilities to the Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies, University of Vienna, accompanied by case studies presented by former collaborators.

The presentations can be accessed here:

https://phil-kult.univie.ac.at/drittmittelservice/drittmitteltag-der-fakultaet-sommersemester-2019/

Analyzing the Kiev Missal

In September 2018 we journeyed to Kiev to invesitage the world’s oldest preserved Old Church Slavonic Manuscript.

European Researcher’s Night 2018

CIMA presented a booth at the Sci4all fair, Austrias contribution to the European Researcher’s Night 2018.

El’Manuscript 2018

CIMA presented their techniques and results at a workshop at the International Conference Textual Heritage and Information Technologies: El’Manuscript 2018 Vienna and Krems, Austria, 14-18 September 2018

Interview for the Bulgarian National Television 08.06.2018

Prof. Heinz Miklas im “Panorama mit Boyko Vasilev” interview for the Bulgarian National Television BNT

DAS EVANGELIUM, DER PROFESSOR UND BULGARIEN

Article about the Sinai Palimpsests Project in DER STANDARD

Link to Article

Article in CLUB WIEN magazine

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Measurements in Plovdiv

Read this article on facebook about our measurements at the Ivan Vazov National Library in Plovdiv.

Measurements in Sofia

A report of our recent work in Sofia has been published on the website of the SS. Cyril and Methodius National Library

CIMA lecture summer term 2017

During the ST 2017 the lecture “Introduction into Computer Vision and Material Analysis methods” is held by the CIMA team at the University of Vienna, TU Wien, Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and the Austrian National Library.

For further information see:
https://ufind.univie.ac.at/de/course.html?lv=090113&semester=2017S

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