Studies in Digital Heritage (SDH) is a peer-reviewed academic journal established by the Office of Scholarly Publishing (OSP) and the Virtual World Heritage Lab at Indiana University. The mission of SDH is to promote the open exchange of information and knowledge among researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and others who strive to improve the collection, use, management, preservation, and dissemination of Digitized Cultural Heritage. The vision of SDH is to be the premier forum where the scientific discussion among scholars can be developed, touching the entire gamut of Digital Heritage. SDH publishes peer-reviewed research articles and occasionally non-peer-reviewed materials (e.g., interviews and editorials) with biannual frequency. SDH is listed on the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and  SCOPUS. ISSN 2574-1748

SDH has ANVUR recognition for scientific assessment in Italy


It is worth remembering that since 2021 Studies in Digital Heritage has been a scientific journal certified by the Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes (ANVUR) for the disciplinary areas 8, 10, and 11.

Vol. 7 No. 1 (2023)

Cover Image: Palazzo Diotti, a neoclassical marvel situated in Milan, Italy, has served as the office of the Prefect of Milan since 1859. Originally constructed during the early 16th century, it underwent extensive reconstruction over a two-decade period starting in 1782 when it was acquired by Giovanni Battista Diotti, a prosperous lawyer and amateur architect. The paper titled "3D Heterogeneous Dataset for Structural Analysis of Historic Buildings: A Discussion on Process Pipelines," authored by Umair Shafqat Malik, Andrea Garzulino, and Davide Del Curto, introduces a methodology for generating a comprehensive heterogeneous 3D dataset tailored to assess the structural integrity of historical edifices. The study applies this methodology to evaluate the seismic vulnerability and structural behavior of Palazzo Diotti.

Published: 2023-06-30

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