[Workshop] CTR workshop series 2023 Session 2 “Archival research methods & 3-Dimensional reconstruction for heritage and cultural research”
Center for Tourism Research (CTR), Wakayama University, holds online workshops for students and young researchers. This workshop will be held in a series of four sessions.
In the second session, Dr. Nurdiyana Zainal Abidin from the University Malaya and Ms. Nabilah Zainal Abidin from the University of Technology Malaysia will introduce the potential of archival research methods and 3-Dimensional reconstruction techniques for the field of heritage and cultural tourism.
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CTR workshop series for students and young researchers 2023
Session 2 “Archival research methods & 3-Dimensional reconstruction for heritage and cultural research;
This workshop session aims to introduce postgraduate and early career researchers to the potential of archival research methods and 3-Dimensional reconstruction techniques. The workshop will take on an interdisciplinary approach to explore potential research methods for the field of heritage and cultural tourism. Participants will be introduced to methods utilising archival materials and also explore the emerging field of 3D reconstruction and its application in researching cultural attractions and conservation. Examples will be used to provide valuable insights into the methodologies and tools that can enhance their research in heritage and cultural tourism.
Tuesday, August 29, 2023
5:00~6:00 PM (JST, GMT+9)
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Dr. Nurdiyana Zainal Abidin (Senior Lecturer, University Malaya, Malaysia)
Dr. Nurdiyana Zainal Abidin is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment, University Malaya. Nurdiyana is a trained graduate architect who has completed her Part 1 and Part 2 of the Professional Degree in Architecture from the International Islamic University Malaysia and completed her Masters and PhD from the University of Technology Malaysia. She has extensive experience using archival research methods as her PhD research on the historical Palace of Seri Menanti, Malaysia’s national heritage site. Her current research focuses on vernacular architecture and design, history, and culture. Recently she has been actively expanding her research into cross-country comparison and tourism heritage.
Ms. Nabilah Zainal Abidin (PhD researcher, University of Technology Malaysia, Malaysia)
Ms. Nabilah Zainal Abidin is a PhD researcher at the Centre for the Study of Built Environment in the Malay World (KALAM), University of Technology Malaysia. She is currently researching the application of 3-Dimensional software in the architectural heritage of the Traditional Malays. Prior to her PhD, Nabilah completed her Masters of Science Degree in Architecture, and her Bachelors Degree in Applied Arts and Design, majoring in Industrial Design from the International Islamic University Malaysia. Nabilah has extensive experience using 3-Dimensional software to reconstruct architectural and cultural heritage.
Moderator : Dr. Husna Zainal Abidin (Lecturer, Center for Tourism Research, Wakayama University, Japan)
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