· culturalheritage.digital

culturalheritage.digital 3D Imaging of Sensitive Objects

Drawing

Dipl.-Rest. Sebastian Kirsch M.A.

2020:

Research fellow at the Musée de la Musique, Cité de la musique – Philharmonie de Paris, France

2018:

Participant, Fraunhofer FDays® business model development program, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Munich

Research fellow at the Musical Instruments Museum of the University in Leipzig, PhD candidate in musicology

2017:

EU funded research stay at the Musée de la Musique, Paris, France

2016:

Short Term Scientific Mission for neutron imaging at the beam line NEUTRA of the Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen (Switzerland), funded by the WoodMusICK COST Action FP1302

2014-2018:

Scientific coordinator of the DFG-funded project MUSICES (Musical Instruments Computed Tomography Examination Standard), cooperation of the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg and Fraunhofer EZRT, Fürth

2014:

Diploma in Conservation-Restoration at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna

2009:

M.A. in Literature and Art History at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich


Publications

Kirsch S. (2019) Computed Tomography as a Tool for Archiving Ethnomusicological Objects. In: Bader R. (eds) Computational Phonogram Archiving. Current Research in Systematic Musicology, vol 5. Springer, DOI: /10.1007/978-3-030-02695-0_14

Kirsch, Sebastian: Eine Gitarre von Joachim Tielke. Überlegungen zur Herstellungstechnik. In: Fontana, Eszter; Martius, Klaus; Zepf, Markus (Hg.): Hinter den Tönen - Musikinstrumente als Forschungsgebiet. Festschrift für Friedemann Hellwig. Nürnberg 2018, S. 133-141

Kirsch, Sebastian and Plath, Niko, “Post-Processing Methods for 3D-Computed Tomography Data of Musical Instruments”, 3D Imaging of Cultural Heritage, British Museum, London, 2017

Plath, Niko and Kirsch, Sebastian, “Post-Processing of Musical Instrument 3D-Computed Tomography Data for Conservational Applications”, Proceedings of WoodMusick Conference, Brussels, 2017

Markus Eberhorn, Tobias Koppers, Christian Kretzer, Theobald Fuchs, Rebecca Wagner, Gabriele Scholz, Markus Raquet, Frank P. Bär, Sebastian Kirsch, Meike Wolters: Web Based Visualization Software for Big Data X-CT Volumes with Optimized Datahandling and Workflow. In: 4th Annual Conference COST FP1302 WoodMusICK. Preservation of Wooden Musical Instruments. Ethics, Practice and Assessment. Musical Instruments Museum, Brussels. October 5–7, 2017. Proceedings, directed by Pascale Vandervellen, S. 149–152.

Sebastian Kirsch et al.: Some remarks on chances and challenges of computed tomography of musical instruments. The “MUSICES” project. In: CIMCIM Bulletin 1/2017, February 2017, S. 13–19.

Theobald Fuchs, Rebecca Wagner, Christian Kretzer, Gabriele Scholz, Frank Bär, Sebastian Kirsch, Sarah Wagner, Meike Wolters-Rosbach: MUSICES: Work in Progress on a Standard for Computed Tomography of Historical Musical Instruments. Proceedings of the 7th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography, Leuven, Belgium (iCT 2017)

Sebastian Kirsch, Meike Wolters: Ein Standard für 3D-CT von Musikinstrumenten. Einblicke in konservatorische Überlegungen im MUSICES-Projekt. In: Restauro 4/2017, S. 48–53.

Theobald Fuchs, Rebecca Wagner, Christian Kretzer, Richard Schielein, Gabriele Scholz, Markus Zepf, Frank Bär, Sebastian Kirsch, Meike Wolters-Rosbach: Development of a Standard for Computed Tomography of Historical Musical Instruments – the MUSICES project, In: 19th World Conference on Non-Destructive Testing 2016.

Sebastian Kirsch, Frank P. Bär, Theobald Fuchs, Christian Kretzer, Markus Raquet, Gabriele Scholz, Rebecca Wagner, Sarah Wagner, Meike Wolters: The MUSICES-Project: Towards a Standard for 3D-computed Tomography of Musical Instruments. In: Analysis and Characterisation of Wooden Cultural Heritage by Scientific Engineering Methods. Michael Kaliske, Daniel Konopka, Clemens Brinbaum, Kilian Anheuser (eds.), 2016, pp.131–140

Sebastian Kirsch, Frank P. Bär, Theobald Fuchs, Christian Kretzer, Markus Raquet, Gabriele Scholz, Rebecca Wagner, Sarah Wagner, Meike Wolters: Das MUSICES-Projekt. Entwicklung eines Standards zur Computertomographie von Musikinstrumenten. In: Kulturgut IV, 2016, S. 13–16.

Richard Schielein, Gabriele Scholz, Rebecca Wagner, Christian Kretzer, Theobald Fuchs, Stefan Kasperl, Frank Bär, Sebastian Kirsch, Markus Zepf, Meike Wolters-Rosbach: The MUSICES Project: Simulative automated CT acquisition planning for historical brass instruments improves image quality, In: 6th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography, Wels, Austria (iCT 2016)

Sebastian Kirsch, Frank P. Bär, Theobald Fuchs, Christian Kretzer, Markus Raquet, Gabriele Scholz, Rebecca Wagner, Sarah Wagner, Meike Wolters: Das MUSICES-Projekt: Entwicklung eines Standards zur Computertomographie von Musikinstrumenten. In: KulturGut, IV. Quartal 2016, Heft 51, S. 13–16.

Sebastian Kirsch et al.: The MUSICES-Project. Towards a Standard for 3D-computed Tomography of Musical Instruments, in: Michael Kaliske et al. (Hg.): Analysis and Characterisation of Wooden Cultural Heritage by Scientific Engineering Methods, Halle 2016, S. 131–141.

Frank P. Bär, Theobald Fuchs, Sebastian Kirsch, Christian Kretzer, Markus Raquet, Gabriele Scholz, Rebecca Wagner, Meike Wolters-Rosbach: Towards a Standard for 3D-computed Tomography: 3D-Computed Tomography in the Service of (Not) Playing Historical Instruments. In: COST FP1302 WoodMusICK, 2nd Annual Conference, “Effects of Playing on Early and Modern Musical Instruments, Royal College of Music, London September 9–10, 2015, S. 31–32.


back