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Dipl.-Ing. Georgios Toubekis

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Address: Aachen Center for Documentation and Conservation
R 001
Templergraben 49
52062 Aachen
DE
Phone: +49 241 809 5217
Email: toubekis@sbg.arch.rwth-aachen.de

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Website: http://www.sbg.rwth-aachen.de/

Dipl.-Ing. Georgios Toubekis is a doctoral researcher in the Aachen Center for Documentation and Conservation at the Dept.of Urbanization within the Faculty of Architecture of RWTH Aachen University. He received a diploma of Architecture from RWTH Aachen University and is member of ICOMOS Germany. He has been project coordinator in the projects of RWTHacdc in Afghanistan and conducted various field trips in Pakistan and Afghanistan for the documentation of UNESCO World Heritage sites. His actual research topic is the elaboration of methods for the sustainable implementation of preservation standards for cultural sites especially World Heritage Sites in developing countries. A special focus is being laid in the use of contemporary IT technologies from the field of applied information science in order to foster community involvement in cultural heritage projects.


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Georgios Toubekis, Michael Jansen, Matthias Jarke

Longterm preservation of the physical remains of the destroyed Buddha figures in Bamiyan (Afghanistan), using virtual reality technologies for preparation and evaluation of restoration measures.

Digital Workflows for Heritage Conservation (26th International CIPA Symposium, Ottawa, Ont, September 2017), ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Science 2017.

Petru Nicolaescu, Georgios Toubekis, Ralf Klamma

A Micro Approach for Learning via Collaborative 3D Objects Annotation on the Web

Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Web-based Learning, Guangzhou, China, November 5-8, 2015

Georgios Toubekis, Irmengard Mayer, Marina Döring-Williams, Kosaku Maeda, Kazuya Yamauchi, Yoko Taniguchi, Susumu Morimoto, Michael Petzet, Matthias Jarke, Michael Jansen

Preservation and Management of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bamiyan: Laser Scan Documentation and Virtual reconstruction of the Destroyed Buddha Figures and the Archaeological Remains

CIPA Heritage Documentation Best Practices and Applications, Series I, 2007 2009 2011, Eds. Stylianidis E., Patias, P. and Santana,M., International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Vol. XXXVIII,Part 5/C19

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