student profile: Mr Cokorda Pramartha


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Thesis work

Thesis title: Digital Preservation of Cultural Heritage

Supervisors: Simon POON , Joseph DAVIS

Thesis abstract:

Over the past few decades, digitization of cultural heritage and natural history has gained much attention from researchers, practitioners, and memory institutions (galleries, libraries, archives, museums, and natural history institutions). Digital preservation of cultural heritage is a complex, interdisciplinary task involving computer science, history, library, literature, information science and art. One of the goals of digital preservation is gathering, refining, maintaining, and sharing of cultural resources that subsequently can be used and developed by scholars, members of the community, and younger generations. Moreover, digitization is used for creating new means of accessing cultural information, where the users and/or future generations have the ability to learn, understand, and further develop the digital cultural resources through the Internet.

Selected publications

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Conferences

  • Pramartha, C., Davis, J. (2016). Digital Preservation of Cultural Heritage: Balinese Kulkul Artefact and Practices. 6th International Euro-Mediterranean Conference on Digital Heritage (EuroMed 2016), Cham: Springer. [More Information]

2016

  • Pramartha, C., Davis, J. (2016). Digital Preservation of Cultural Heritage: Balinese Kulkul Artefact and Practices. 6th International Euro-Mediterranean Conference on Digital Heritage (EuroMed 2016), Cham: Springer. [More Information]

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