Azrieli Continuing Education (ACE) in Heritage Conservation & 3D scanning
The Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University is pleased to launch new professional courses in Heritage Conservation and Digital Acquisition starting in January 2017. These workshops are open to all professionals and graduate students and are especially suited for Architects, Planners, and Technologist to earn their Continuous Education hours. A certificate of completion will be awarded at the end of each course.
The ACE Heritage Conservation program is a four-week course for participants interested in the field of Heritage Conservation. Building on Carleton’s international reputation in heritage, this course will provide an overview of the process of decision making in conservation projects. Different case studies will be discussed by multidisciplinary experts to address topics including: evaluating heritage properties, digital documentation, repairing historical structures, and challenges in adaptive reuse. Courses will take place over four Saturdays (Jan. 21, 28; Feb. 4, 11) at Carleton University, Ottawa.
The ACE Digital Acquisition 3D scanning course is an introduction to digital documentation with a focus on laser scanning. Discussions will focus on the current tools and techniques available with practical demonstrations and individual participation. The course will be hands-on and cover the basics of scanning including scanner setup, user interface, target placement, and site evaluation. Participants will also get an overview of scan viewing, registration, filtering, and export options for external digital applications. This course will take place on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Carleton University, Ottawa.
Spaces are limited, so register early to secure your spot! For more information, please visit our website .