HYPERION’s decision support system for improved resilience and sustainable reconstruction of historic areas was presented by Dr. Antonis Kalis, Project Manager, ICCS in the Session 9/Topic: Urban Assessment of the International Conference of the project Adapt Northern Heritage that took place virtually on 5th and 6th May 2020.

The conference explored impacts of climate change on historic places and how adaptation measures can help protect these places or manage their loss. Special themes of the conference were the cultural heritage in Arctic regions and of northern indigenous communities.

The conference offered fruitful themed sessions, with blindly peer-reviewed, scholarly papers given by expert speakers involved in cultural heritage management in both research and practice.

In view of the growing coronavirus outbreak in Europe, this virtual conference replaced the real-world conference, which was about to be held on the same dates in Edinburgh, Scotland.

View the conference recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxBWeIDxgGQ & check 3:20:41 – 3:30:30 for HYPERION’s presentation.

Download the slides here: ANHConf2020 _HYPERION