Date and place: May 11-12, 2022, Bukhara State University, Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Six employees of the Department of Computer Science at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of the Lublin University of Technology took part in the international conference “Modern problems of applied mathematics and information technology”, which was held at Bukhara State University.
The participants were also participants of the 7th Scientific Expedition of the Lublin University of Technology to Central Asia. The team was: Dr. Elżbieta Miłosz (project manager of “Silk Road 3D” project), Prof. Jerzy Montusiewicz, Prof. Marek Miłosz, Dr. Tomasz Szymczyk, Dr. Sylwester Korga and Anna Sałamacha.
The following scientific papers were presented during the conference:
- Modern problems of 3D scanning of cultural heritage objects – “3D Digital Silk Road” project // Elżbieta Milosz, Jerzy Montusiewicz, Marek Milosz, Rahim Kayumov
- Digital documentation of monuments – modern information technologies and methodologies // Tomasz Szymczyk, Jacek Kęsik, Jerzy Montusiewicz, Khonkul Samarov,Utkir Abdullayev
- Virtual museum for education and popularization of cultural heritage // Stanisław Skulimowski, Marek Milosz, Dilbar Mukhamedova, Samariddin Mustafokulov
The paper “Modern problems of 3D scanning of cultural heritage objects – “3D Digital Silk Road” project” was qualified (and presented) to the plenary session of the conference.
The conference program can be found at: http://conf.buxdu.uz/en/ in the PROGRAM tab, and conference materials in the COLLECTION tab.
The presented papers are the results of the project “3D Digital Silk Road” financed by NAWA grant number PPI / APM / 2019/1/00004.