Unveiling the Hidden Hamina
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL | ARCHITECTURE | ARCHAEOLOGY | DIGITAL TOOLS
HELSINKI & HAMINA, FINLAND | AUGUST 23-29, 2018 | 2 ECTS | APPLICATION BY JUNE 20
THEME | DIGITAL DOCUMENTATION OF THE HISTORICAL BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Today, both scientific and cultural communities agree that knowledge of a heritage site should include both advanced three-dimensional documentation and active local community engagement. To answer this need, “Hidden Hamina” summer school consists of five integrated modules:
- traditional site ‘reading’ and sketching techniques: Introduction to tradition techniques of understanding and sketching of Architectural Heritage assets, and basics of archaeology of architecture, applied to the Hamina context.
- terrestrial laser scanning: Including the basic of laser scanning operation, planning of fieldwork, limitations and advantage on the Historical Hamina context, use of GPS station for georeferencing of remote sensing based data, among others.
- aerial and terrestrial photogrammetry: Including the principles of digital (stereo) photogrammetry, the use of commercial drones for photogrammetric surveys, use of artificial and natural lights, among others.
- data processing and representation: Including 3D data alignment alignment, data segmentation, texturization, and creation of specific outputs (e.g. elevations, cross-sections, floor plans, among others), and the
- Data analysis and community engagement: Including a critical analysis of the produced data and its communication to the local community, including the community and local agents along the whole process.
The learning on this school is based on a hands-on training strategy, each module will be introduced by specific experts, that will also accompany the fieldwork and the data processing. The interaction between local stakeholders will be supported y the principles of community based research
SITE | UNIQUE POST-RENAISSANCE FORTRESS TOWN
The town of Hamina (Fredrikshamn) is located in the South-Eastern Finland, close to Russian border. Built in early 18th century, its ideal circular plan and star-like fortress system echoes Renaissance urban ideals, equal only in two other places in the world. The summer school will focus on the underground spaces of the historic fortress and the Hamina Bastioni, and selected cellars of the historical houses.
The students will be immersed into a unique community with a great sensitivity in the protection of their Heritage. This interaction won’t be solely through the accommodation, but with the day-by-day contact and a final event that will gather multiple local agents.
ACADEMIC INPUT | ORGANIZING UNIVERSITIES AND PARTNERS INSTITUTES
School of Architecture, University of Lisbon Portugal | Tampere University of Technology, School of Architecture, Finland | School of Social and Human Science, New University of Lisbon | Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland | Haminan linnoituksen wanhat talot ry | Nordic Urbanism Oy, Finland | ICOMOS | European Union through MSCA
Coordinator: Jorge Garcia-Fernandez, Ph.D., Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow, Lisbon
WHO CAN APPLY
We welcome students, scholars and specialists working in the fields of archaeology, architecture, geospatial technology, history and urban planning – sharing interest in learning about architectural heritage and in communicating its value to multiple audiences.
Please visit our registration webpage: www.hiddenhamina.eu/registration
Application deadline is June 20, 2018. Successful applicants are notified by Jun 25, 2018.
The summer school entitles 2 ECTS, granted by Tampere University of Technology.
By approval, the students are expected to pay materials, mobility & accommodation fee of 200 eur (it does not include flight ticket to/from Finland).
Note: For a quota of students from Lisbon and Tampere (10 participants) there is grant available that reduces the fees to 80 eur.
There is optional post-course programme August 30-31, see separate schedule and info sheet.