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Luis Javier Sánchez Aparicio receives the third award “Young Researcher in Conservation and Restoration 2019”

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The researcher from the TIDOP group Luis Javier Sánchez Aparicio receives the third award “Young Researcher in Conservation and Restoration 2019”.

Last Saturday, December 14th of 2019, researcher Luis Javier Sánchez Aparicio received the third award “Young Researcher in Conservation and Restoration 2019” awarded by the Spanish Conservation Group of the International Institute for Conservation of historic and artistic Works. This prize supports the research trajectory of Luis Javier in the field of the conservation of historical heritage, and more specifically within the field of Geomatics. In this field he has developed several works, in the form of scientific publications, research projects, contracts and technological tools.These developments are focused on preventive conservation, dissemination and diagnosis of historical constructions.

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During the awards ceremony, Luis Javier presented the results of the research work entitled “Development and implementation of a technological solution for the diagnosis of historical constructions: validation at the Magistral Gate of San Francisco (Almeida, Portugal)”. In this work, Luis Javier developed a new tool, based on the latest advances in GIS, 360 technology and geospatial databases.

New published on 12/19/2019