Architect, PhD in Engineering, HDR (Habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS and director of CNRS/MC-MAP (Models and simulations for Architecture and Cultural Heritage) unit. General Co-chair of the UNESCO/IEEE/EG DigitalHeritage international congress (Marseille 2013, Grenade 2015) and coordinator and member of national (ANR, FUI, CNRS, MC, …) and international (FP7, Marie-Curie, H2020, …) actions, his research activities focus on surveying, geometric modeling and semantic enrichment of digital representations of heritage objects. Editor of the Journal of Cultural Heritage (Elsevier) and associate editor of the Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (ACM) and Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (Elsevier), he has been an appointed member of the CoNRS (Comité National de la Recherche Scientifique).
His work was rewarded in 2007 by the Pierre Bézier Prize (Arts et Métiers Foundation), in 2016 by the Medal for Research and Technology (french Academy of Architecture), in 2019 by the CNRS Medal of Innovation and in 2021 by the “Targa d’Oro” of the UID (Italian Union for Drawing). Since 2019 is the coordinator of the “digital data” working group of the CNRS/Ministry of Culture scientific site for the restoration of Notre-Dame de Paris, and, since 2022, he has held an ERC Advanced Grant.
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