Projects since 2018

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Since 2010 IICAS has successfully implemented a number of research and applied science projects. The focus of projects ranged from documenting archaeological sites, developing free access to historic manuscripts, supporting inventory of artwork and studying intangible cultural heritage of Central Asia to performing Heritage Impact (HIA) and Condition Assessments and supporting international cultural initiatives. Geographically, the projects embraced not only Central Asia, but also Iran, Azerbaijan and a number of other states. IICAS actively continues to expand its network of partners and explores a number of new strategic research areas. In particular, the Institute in cooperation with the University College London, UK and with financial support from the Arcadia Fund is creating a comprehensive geo-referenced database of heritage sites. Heritage Impact Assessments of a number of World Heritage properties and preparation of a dossier to nominate a number of cultural heritage properties to the World Heritage List are among other activities carried out by IICAS. The projects have become IICAS’s success stories largely due to the professionalism of experts, incredibly well coordinated teamwork and the pursuit of excellence.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY OF NECROPOLIS CITY SIGN

ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY OF NECROPOLIS CITY SIGN

Archeological research on the necropolis of Sygnak settlement

Purpose: Archeological research on the necropolis of Sygnak settlement

Expected Result: Systematization of sacred monuments.

Project Duration: 2019

Grantor: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Implementers of the project: IICAI, specialists of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, International Kazakh-Turkish University named after Hoji Ahmed Yassawi

CONSERVATION OF NKN OF UZBEKISTAN THROUGH FEMALE HANDICRAFT

CONSERVATION OF NKN OF UZBEKISTAN THROUGH FEMALE HANDICRAFT

Preservation of the NKN of Uzbekistan

Purpose: Preservation of the NKN of Uzbekistan

Expected Result: ICH Video Documentation

Duration of the project: second half of 2019

Grantor: Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation

Implementers of the project: National University of Uzbekistan for UNESCO with the assistance of ICAI

PROJECT MANAGEMENT SEMINAR

PROJECT MANAGEMENT SEMINAR

Development of uniform procedures and documentation necessary for the implementation of projects

Purpose: Development of uniform procedures and documentation necessary for the implementation of projects

Expected Result: Optimization of work in terms of project execution.

Project Duration: December 2019

Implementers of the project: IICAS

“IT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT” (IT-CHM’2019)

“IT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT” (IT-CHM’2019)

Holding the international conference “International Conference IT in Cultural Heritage Management” (IT-CHM’2019)

Purpose: holding the international conference “International Conference IT in Cultural Heritage Management” (IT-CHM’2019)

Expected Result: Reports and discussion of the prospects for the development of IT in the field of cultural heritage

Duration / date: May 22, 2019 in the territory of the Ulugbek Madrasah, the Registan ensemble, Samarkand,

Organizers:

- Institute of Computer Science, Lublin University of Technology, Poland,

- Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan,

- Registan Ensemble, Samarkand, Uzbekistan,

- International Institute for Central Asian Studies,

- Scientific-practical museum-laboratory, Samarkand, Uzbekistan.