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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:

WAF / CIMA Anniversary

At this year’s annual meeting of the Vienna Archaeographic Forum (WAF), its 15th anniversary, as well as the third anniversary of CIMA, are celebrated.

Einladung Jubiläum WAF-CIMA_16.01.17._5

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CIMA in Vilnius – Conference El’Manuscript,english/,russian/

Claudia Rapp neue Wittgenstein-Preisträgerin

Claudia Rapp hat den Wittgenstein Preis 2015 erhalten!


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Uni:view article about CIMA

The uni:view magazine published an interesting article about CIMA:

Unsichtbares sichtbar machen
Forschungsnewsletter April

Presentation – Alexandros Tsakos

Announcement of a presentation held at the Academy of Fine Arts:

Alexandros Tsakos, University of Bergen, Norway

Progress of work on the corpus of medieval texts from SR022.A – a church site in northern Sudan

5th of March 2015, 16.00 h

Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Schillerplatz 3, 1010 Vienna

More details on the presentation can be found here and in this invitation.

Posters of CIMA presentation

The posters, which have been presented at the opening of CIMA, are provided as PDF’s:

1. UniVie: CIMA – Ausdruck der Interaktion von Human- und Naturwissenschaften

2. UniVie: Philologie

3. CVL: Automatisierte Dokumentenanalyse

4. CVL: Multispektrale Bilderfassung

5. CVL: Bildverbesserungen

6. ISTA: Röntgenfluoreszenz (RFA)

7. ISTA: Reflexions-FTIR-Spektroskopie

8. ISTA: Raman-Spektroskopie

9. ISTA: Einsatz komplementärer Analysemethoden

Images of CIMA presentation

The images of the CIMA presentation are now here.

CIMA Presentation

CIMA will present its activities within the Open Days 2015 (Rundgang 2015) at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. The introduction of CIMA will start with a presentation by:


PD Dr. Andreas Zajic

Rechtstexte des Mittelalters als „Gesamtkunstwerk“
Interdisziplinäre Zugänge zu illuminierten Urkunden


Thursday, 22 January 2015, 17.00 hrs.
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Schillerplatz 3, 1010 Vienna
Lecturing Room (Vortragssaal) EA1 – Erdgeschoss (Ground floor)

More details on the presentation can be found in this invitation (in German).

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