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Valentina has a background in archaeology (M.A. in Conservation of Cultural Heritage - Archaeology) and a specialization in conservation and management of Cultural Heritage with a major in digital methodologies and technologies (M.A. in Conservation and Management of Cultural Heritage - Archaeology and Art History). She was formerly a Fellowship Researcher at the Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage (CNR, Rome), focusing her research activities on 2D/3D archaeological documentation, Geographical Information Systems, and Virtual Museums. In 2009 she joined the STARC of the Cyprus Institute as a Research Assistant in Digital Heritage, focusing her research interests in the development of solutions for multidisciplinary data integration and definition of a knowledge communication framework for data management and communication process of 3D digital Cultural Heritage assets through new ways of reasoning with information technology, metadata and ontologies. Valentina is currently a PhD candidate at the Cyprus Institute, focusing her research on the development of a 3D digital approach for the study and interpretation of archaeological artefacts.
Data documentation, 3D digital data acquisition, semantics.