JPICH research projects, Round 1

In 2013 the first funding round, entitled Pilot Call, resulted in the following research projects which have now been completed.

  • CHERISCAPE: Cultural Heritage in Landscape. Verenigd Koninkrijk, Spanje, Nederland, België, Noorwegen.
  • EMERISDA: Effectiveness of methods against rising damp in buildings: European practice and perspective. België, Nederland, Italië.
  • H@V: Heritage Values Network. Verenigd Koninkrijk, Nederland, Noorwegen, Spanje.
  • KISADAMA: Kinetic of Salt Crystallization and Mechanical Damage in Historic Masonry. Italië, België, Nederland.
  • LeadART: Induced decay and ageing mechanisms in paintings: focus on interactions between pigments and organic binders. Frankrijk, Nederland, Italië, Cyprus.
  • SMART-Value: Scientific modern analysis of research topic; Values and valuation as key factors in protection, conservation and contemporary use of heritage – a collaborative research of European cultural heritage. Polen, Nederland, Litouwen, Denemarken, Italië, Slovenië.
  • SHUC: A Sustainable Future for the Historic Urban Core. Nederland, Verenigd Koninkrijk, Ierland.
  • ArCo: Ageing Study of Treated Composite Archaeological Waterlogged Artifacts. Noorwegen, Denemarken, Frankrijk, Italië.
  • REDMONEST: Monitoring dynamic network for existing structures of concrete Cultural Patrimony. Spanje, Frankrijk, België, Italië.
  • TANGIBLE: Technologies and tools for the beneficial diagnosis and preservation of TANGIBLE cultural heritage. Cyprus, Frankrijk, Italië, Spanje.

More information on this First Pilot Call can be found on the JPICH website.