4th International Conference TMM-CH

Transdisciplinary Multispectral Modelling and Cooperation for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage

Addressing World Challenges

7-9 April 2025 Eugenides Foundation Athens, Greece



Innovative scientific methodologies and challenging projects marking future trends in the protection of cultural heritage, have initiated a universal conversation within a holistic approach, merging competence from the scientific fields of architecture, civil engineering, surveying engineering, materials science and engineering, information technology and archaeology, as well as heritage professionals on restoration and conservation, stakeholders, industry representatives and policy makers. The combined utilization of digital documentation technologies with innovative analytical and non-destructive techniques, numerical, computational and 3D techniques, archaeometric and archaeogene methods, supports the creation of a transdisciplinary multispectral modeling towards the sustainable preservation of cultural heritage. Innovation is enhancing and revealing a critical dimension of the preservation of cultural heritage along with social participation and communication.

The National Technical University of Athens interdisciplinary team “Protection of monuments” [Prof. A. Moropoulou, Prof. M. Korres, Prof. A. Georgopoulos, Prof. C. Spyrakos, Ass. Prof. C. Mouzakis], scientific responsible for the Holy Aedicule’s rehabilitation of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, and the Technical Chamber of Greece, in collaboration with the Hellenic network transferring the advanced and interdisciplinary knowhow for sustainable preservation of Cultural Heritage responding to great technical and societal challenges, established at the Technical Chamber of Greece under the completion of EDICULA and RESPECT projects in 2024, in collaboration with international and Greek Organisations and Universities, organize the 3rd TMM_CH International Conference on “Transdisciplinary Multispectral Modelling and Cooperation for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage: Recapturing the World in Conflict through Culture, promoting mutual understanding and Peace”, on 7-9 April 2025 in Athens, Greece, opening future opportunities in the original agora of our technological and democratic roots.

The Conference is organized by the National Technical University of Athens in cooperation with the Technical Chamber of Greece, counting the auspices of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic, Ms Katerina Sakellaropoulou, and the benedictions bestowed by His All Holiness, Ecumenical Patriarch, Bartholomew I of Constantinople, His Beatitude Archbishop Hieronymus II of Athens and All Greece, and the three Christian leaders of the Status Quo in the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem and the Holy Land.

Distinguished scientists and representatives of the National Geographic Society, the Cultural Heritage Finance Alliance, the International Council of Monuments and Sites ICOMOS, the Organization of World Heritage Cities OWHC, the European Society for Engineering Education SEFI, the European Construction Technology Platform ECTP, the International Federation of Surveyors FIG, the International Committee CIPA Heritage Documentation, the World Monuments Fund, AHEPA Hellas and other major International and European Organizations, Associations, networks Universities and Research Centers in the field of cultural heritage preservation, participate in the International Steering and Scientific Committees which had successfully organized the 1st, 2nd and 3rd TMM_CH Conferences in 2018, 2021 and 2023.

The conference will be held at the Eugenides Foundation in hybrid format. On-site attendance and oral presentation is required.

Further to the achievements of the previous TMM_CH Conferences, the latest developments in research and innovation that identify novel trends to build an interdisciplinary approach to conservation and holistic digital documentation of cultural heritage is attempted at the 4th TMM_CH. The utilization and reuse of monuments, historic cities and sites, forms the framework of a sustainable preservation of cultural heritage, in accordance with the principles of circular economy; in terms of respect and protection of values, materials, structures, architecture and landscape; with an informed society, able to participate effectively in the policies that will design and implement the new strategies required.

Sharing knowledge, experiences, and recommendations about sustainable cultural heritage approaches and practices at a moment of world challenges to be addressed, new dynamics are established towards future changes.


  • Emblematic works as source of innovation and transdisciplinarity
  • Resilience to Climate Change, Natural Hazards and Pandemic Risks - Biosafety
  • Novel Educational Approach for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage
  • Preserving Compatibility, the Materiality and Integrity of Structures and Architectural Authenticity
  • Advanced Non-Destructive and Structural Techniques for Diagnosis, Redesign and Health Monitoring
  • Earthquake and structural rehabilitation
  • Digital Heritage: a holistic approach
  • Artificial Intelligence in Cultural Heritage
  • Archaeology - Archaeometry - Archaeogene
    - Honorary Special Session in memoriam Nikos Zacharias
  • Bridging Heritage Stakeholders, Art, Science and Industry
    - Cultural Heritage preservation and society
    - Intellectual Property Rights
  • Dialogue between religious monuments, preservation works and values
  • Transdisciplinary dialogue for World Heritage at risk and conflict
  • Green and blue deal for local and regional Sustainable Development
  • Historic cities and centers: New Reuse and preservation strategies applying Circular Economy
  • Tourism, sustainable revival through Cultural Heritage and environmental assets
  • Cultural heritage preservation addressing energy challenges
  • The New European Bauhaus creative and interdisciplinary initiative
  • Rebranding the World in conflict through Culture, mutual understanding and Peace



First announcement and Call for Participation

April 9th, 2024


Extended Abstract Submission Deadline

September 20th, 2024


Notification of Abstract Acceptance

October 10th, 2024


Full paper submission deadline

January 9th, 2025


Notification of author’s acceptance

February 9th, 2025


Announcement of preliminary program

February 27th, 2025


Completion of early bird registration

March 7th, 2025


Revised paper submission

Further revisions may be requested to comply with specific publication requirements

March 7th, 2025


Announcement of the final program

March 9th, 2025


Conference dates

April 7th-9th, 2025


Publications of papers

2025 - 2026


You must submit papers via EasyChair, using the conference link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=tmm-ch2025

Submit a paper



Deadline for inclusion of selected papers in the proceedings
and early bird registration 1, 3

Deadline for general registration 2, 3


March 7th, 2025

Conference dates

Full registration 4

150 € (+ VAT where appropriate)*

200 € (+ VAT where appropriate)*

Student registration 5, 6

75 € (+ VAT where appropriate)*

100 € (+ VAT where appropriate)*

* It depends on the country in which you are taxed, e.g. in Greece it's +24%.

1 For each selected paper to be included in the Proceedings, at least one author should cover full / student registration fee, before the indicated deadline.

2 For all oral and written presentations, in order to be included in the final program and/or published, at least one author should cover full / student registration fee.

3 Anyone planning on attending and intervene at the conference, either on-site or on-line, must register. On-line registration will remain open during the conference. Registration fee can only be paid by credit or debit cards via the following registration platform before and during the conference.

4 Full registration includes: access to all sessions and panels, conference material, coffee and lunch breaks. Full registration fee does not include the conference’s proceedings in Springer editions and in selected scientific journals, if applicable.

5 Student registration is applicable for undergraduate students, postgraduate (MSc) students and PhD candidates and includes: access to all sessions and panels, conference material, coffee and lunch breaks. Student registration fee does not include the conference’s proceedings in Springer editions and in selected scientific journals, if applicable. A proof of the student status must be presented to the Conference Secretariat during the conference.

6 Members of the International Steering Committee and the International Scientific Committee can register with the student registration fee at all times.


Eugenides Foundation

The Eugenides Foundation was established in 1956 as a non-profit-making legal entity in private law. Its purpose was to implement the wishes expressed in the last testament of the late Eugenios Eugenides, a benefactor of the Greek nation. Registered and based in Athens, its founding charter states that its objective is to contribute to the education of young Greeks in science and technology.

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