RecorDIM Partners and Contacts

Name Organization Task Group Proposal (PDF format)
Robin Letellier RecorDIM Initiative RecorDIM Coordinator
Giora Solar ICOMOS Documentation for World Heritage Nominations
François LeBlanc GCI Principles & Guidelines (2pp., 180k)
Peter Waldhäusl CIPA Monitoring Guidelines for Archaeological Sites
Daniel Arsenault Institut du Patrimoine Culturel de l’UQAM Recording Protocol for Rock Art Sites (2pp., 92k)
Andrew Powter Public Works & Government Services Canada RecorDIM Information Warehouse (8pp., 164k)
Lazar Sumanov ICOMOS Macedonia National Committee Low-Cost Digital Recording Standards (6pp., 124k)
Mario Santana Lemaire Inter. Centre RecorDIM Decision Making Tools (6pp., 116k)
Walter Schuhr University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg Germany Collecting, Compiling and Sharing Heritage Stereoviews (4pp., 128k)
Prof. Zolfaghari and Abbass Malian RIGSI Persian Heritage Archive (2pp., 274k)
Marc-André Bernier and R. Grenier Parks Canada Agency A Glossary on the Management of Submerged Cultural Heritage (3pp., 80k)
Sarah Lunnon English Heritage Training: Metric Survey Skills in Conservation (3pp., 148k)
Gaetano Palumbo World Monuments Fund GIS Tools for the Management of Archaeological Sites (2pp., 76k)
Dr. A. Güliz Bilgin Altinöz M.E.T.U. Faculty of Architecture Department of Architecture, Turkey GIS Guidelines for Information Management in Urban Conservation (2pp., 88k)
Mike Gondwe Museums of Malawi Documentation of Intangible Heritage in Malawi (3pp., 52k)
Klaus Hanke University of Innsbruck Long Term Storage of Digital Files: Guidelines (2pp., 80k)
Guy Masson CIIC Cultural Routes Documentation Guidelines (2pp., 56k)



Robin Letellier
International Coordinator, RecorDIM Initiative
93, Chemin Juniper
Chelsea, Quebec
J9B1T3 Canada
Tel: (819) 827-5950


ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites)
ICOMOS is an international non-governmental organization of professionals, dedicated to the conservation of the world's historic monuments and sites. ICOMOS provides a forum for professional dialogue and a vehicle for the collection, evaluation, and dissemination of information on conservation principles, techniques, and policies.

Giora Solar
RecorDIM Liaison Officer, ICOMOS
P.O. Box 263
Tsur Hadasa 99875
Tel/Fax: +972 570 9801

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GCI (The Getty Conservation Institute)
The Getty Conservation Institute is a program of the J. Paul Getty Trust located in Los Angeles, California, USA. The Institute works internationally to advance the field of conservation through scientific research, field projects, education and training, and the dissemination of information in various media.

The mission of the Institute is to enhance and encourage the preservation and understanding of the visual arts in all of their dimensions (objects, collections, architecture, and sites) by addressing unanswered questions, demonstrating best conservation practice, and contributing to the development of sustainable conservation solutions.

François LeBlanc
RecorDIM Liaison Officer, GCI
Head, Field Projects
Getty Conservation Institute
1200 Getty Center Drive, Ste. 700
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Tel: (310) 440-6245

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CIPA - Heritage Documentation of Cultural Heritage
The International Committee for Documentation of Cultural Heritage is one of the international committees of ICOMOS and it was established in collaboration with ISPRS (International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing).

Its main purpose is the improvement of all methods for surveying of cultural monuments and sites, specially by synergy effects gained by the combination of methods under special consideration of photogrammetry with all its aspects, as an important contribution to recording and perceptual monitoring of cultural heritage, to preservation and restoration of any valuable architectural or other cultural monument, object or site, as a support to architectural, archaeological and other art-historical research.

ISPRS and ICOMOS created CIPA because they both believe that a monument can be restored and protected only when it has been fully measured and documented and when its development has been documented again and again, i.e. monitored, also with respect to its environment, and stored in proper heritage information and management systems.

Peter Waldhäusl
RecorDIM Liaison Officer, CIPA
President, CIPA 2003
Professor, Vienna University of Technology
Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Gusshausstrasse 27-29/122
A - 1040 WIEN
Tel: +43 1 58801 12201

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