Angkor Project Group
The aim of the Angkor Project Group, APG, is
a close collaboration among students with different cultural
and educational backgrounds, transferring knowledge based on direct contacts.
of the Prasat Thom
in Koh Ker
In our 2011 and 2013 IWR Campaigns in Cambodia and France, students of the
Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, IWR, Heidelberg University,
scanned about 70 parts of the Dancing Śiva, which are located on site or distributed over various museums
in Cambodia and France.
The complex group of statues is now reconstructed virtually and thereby gives a realistic impression of the ancient culture.
Friends of the Cambodian Cultural Heritage
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At the beginning of 2005, we initiated a project of students from
the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, IWR, Heidelberg University,
and students from the
Royal University of Fine Arts and Architecture, RUFA, Phnom Penh.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
of IWR, Heidelberg, and RUFA, Phnom Penh, was signed in March, 2005.
Grants and Promotions
We received several grants and promotions from non-profit non-government organizations like the UNESCO, the World Monuments Fund (WMF), the Global Heritage Fund (GHF).
Some of them are listed in detail