Ambassador for Netherlands

Tino Mager

Tino Mager studied media technology in Leipzig and art history and communication science in Berlin, Barcelona and Tokyo. He received his PhD at the TU Berlin with a dissertation on cultural heritage theory, which was awarded the interdisciplinary Tiburtius Prize (1st prize) for outstanding dissertations. He completed research stays in Japan and at the University of California, Los Angeles and was a lecturer at the Technical University of Berlin and ITU Istanbul. Subsequently, research assistant at the Chair for History and Theory of Architecture at the TU Dortmund University, fellow of the Leibniz Association and ATCH fellow at the University of Queensland. Since 2017 he has been a post-doc at the Chair of History of Architecture and Urban Planning at Delft University of Technology. Tino is a board member of ICOMOS Germany and his main interests include monument conservation and the theory of cultural heritage. In addition, he has studied post-war modernist architecture and its preservation, Japanese architecture and the transnational education of artists in the 19th century. In the ArchiMediaL project, he is working on the development of methods for the use of artificial intelligence in architectural historical research.

Ambassadors

Adam Sofronijević, Dr. (Serbia)

Deputy Director at University of Belgrade Library and Docent at the Faculty of Applied Management, Economics and Finance Belgrade

Ágnes Telek (Hungary)

Deputy Director of the Department of Maps, Plans and Photographs, Budapest City Archives (BCA)

Eleni Galiotou (Greece)

+ Professor at the Department of Informatics and Computer Engineering of the University of West Attica

Josep Lladós, Dr. (Spain)

Director of the Computer Vision Center and Computer Science professor at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Tino Mager (Netherlands)

Post-doc at the Chair of History of Architecture and Urban Planning at Delft University of Technology

Žarko Vujošević, Dr. (Serbia)

Docent at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade, Chair in History in the Early Middle Ages and Auxiliary Historical Sciences