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D.8.2 Dissemination Plan

Marei Hacke; Laura Benassi; Jana Striova

Elisabetta Andreassi; João-Manuel Mimoso; Marta Castillejo; Elizabeth Azzopardi Muscat; Liat Weinblum

IPERION HS is a consortium of 24 national nodes in 23 countries, including 67 organisations. It contributes to establishing a pan-European research infrastructure on Heritage Science named E- RIHS (www.e-rihs.eu). It offers training and access to a wide range of high-level scientific instruments, methodologies, data and tools for advancing knowledge and innovation in Heritage Science.

IPERION HS is the follow-up of previous projects in the field of Heritage Science, such as Labs-Tech, EU-Artech, CHARISMA and IPERION CH. Thanks to the EU support, this long-term tradition builds a consistent community.

Effective dissemination of the project achievements and research results will maximise the impact of the IPERION HS project and thereby improve the prerequisites for research and management of cultural heritage.

All participants of IPERION HS are strongly committed to disseminate the results and achievements from transnational access projects (TNA in WP2, WP3, WP4) and joint research activities (JRA in WP5). The main route for dissemination is peer-reviewed, open access publication in high impact journals. Particularly effective dissemination will also be achieved through international conferences organised or chaired by partners, e.g. by organising sessions dedicated to the project, but also by organising national events. In addition, several types of events organized by IPERION HS will disseminate project achievements and will be used for outreach to the scientific community, to the cultural heritage sector, potential users and industry. Success stories, project results and best practices will be presented at focused events (WP6), at workshops (WP8), through the user forum (WP7), training camps and summer schools (WP7). Events will be promoted using social media, the user forum and web tools, when practical events will be video streamed or organised as entirely online events.

This document provides the initial plan for dissemination actions to be implemented by the consortium members. The document will be periodically revised on the basis of the progress of the project and the evaluation of its impact and effectiveness of dissemination activities.

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