Management Committee (MC)
The Action is coordinated by the Management Committee (MC). Members are researchers who are nominated by the COST National Coordinator (CNC). The MC is responsible for strategic planning, supervision of ongoing work, dissemination activities, contacting external interested parties, setting up the work schedule and logistics for events and schools. The MC decides on and evaluate the specific activities of the WGs, STSMs, Workshops and Training Schools.
The MC Chair Frank Boochs is responsible for coordinating and implementing the Action. The MC Vice Chair Anna Bentkowska-Kafel assists in these activities as necessary, and substitutes for the Chair whenever required.
In collaboration with the SC (Steering Committee - consisting of the Action Chair and Vice Chair, the leaders of the five Working Groups and the STSM and Training School coordinator) it will be responsible for monitoring the achievement of the organisational and scientific milestones.
List of MC-Members:
COST Office Science Officer in charge of this Action:
Dr. Giuseppe Lugano
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Tel. 0032 (0) 2 533 38 22
Fax 0032 (0) 2 533 38 90
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MC & Joint WG Meetings:
Autumn 2016: Guides to Good Practice in Documentation of Cultural Heritage Assets.
Final Conference in Mainz (DE) – 10-11 October 2016.
Spring 2016: Evaluation of Questions Arising from COSCH Case Studies and WG Tasks.
Joint WG Meeting and Early Career Investigators' Think Tank in Valletta (MT) – 18-20 April 2016:
Autumn 2015: Imaging techniques: the needs of end-users.
Joint WG meeting and Early Career Investigators' Think Tank in Neuchâtel (CH) – 12-14 October 2015.
Spring 2015: Impact of processing chains on data quality, usability and information content.
MC & Joint WG meeting and Early Career Investigators' Think Tank in St. Etienne (FR) – 26-28 March 2015.
Autumn 2014: Bridging the gap between technology and application: COSCH reports.
Joint WG meeting and Early Career Investigators' Think Tank in Belgrade (RS) – 15-17 September 2014.
Spring 2014: Structuring Knowledge related to Cultural Heritage Documentation.
MC & Joint WG meeting and Early Career Investigators' Think Tank in Joensuu (FI) – 31 March-2 April 2014.
Autumn 2013: Data acquisition & calibration.
MC & Joint WG meeting and Early Career Investigators' Think Tank in London (UK) – 23-25 September 2013.
Joint WG meeting in Mainz (DE) – 27 March 2013.