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Documenting and Triaging Cultural Heritage (DATCH): Damage Assessment and Digital Preservation
Scott Branting, University of Central Florida Board of Trustees

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DATCH Project Website (Web Resource)
Title: DATCH Project Website
Author: The DATCH Project
Abstract: The main website for the DATCH Project.
Year: 2018
Primary URL:
Secondary URL:

DATCH GitHub Repository (Web Resource)
Title: DATCH GitHub Repository
Author: DATCH Project
Abstract: This is the GitHub repository that holds stable versions of the developed software along with documentation.
Year: 2022
Primary URL:

The New Era of Simulation (Web Resource)
Title: The New Era of Simulation
Author: Nicole Dudenhoefer
Abstract: UCF Pegasus magazine article about UCF's School of Modeling, Simulation and Training (SMST) and the Institute of Simulation and Training (IST) which house the project Co-PIs. DATCH is one of the applications featured in the article.
Year: 2023
Primary URL:

The 2022 Season of the Kerkenes Project (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The 2022 Season of the Kerkenes Project
Author: Scott Branting
Author: Joseph W. Lehner
Author: Sevil Baltalı Tırpan
Author: Gökçe Bike Yazıcıoğlu-Santamaria
Author: Dominique Langis-Barsetti
Author: Tuna Kalaycı
Author: Sarah R. Graff
Author: Nilüfer Baturayoğlu Yöney
Author: Amanda Groff
Author: Soran Avcıl
Author: Jessica Robkin
Author: Alain Goupil
Author: Étienne Beaulac
Author: Rana Özbal
Author: Fokke Gerritsen
Author: Sydney Hunter
Author: Canan Çakırlar Oddens
Author: Laurien Folkerts
Author: Ruben Komen
Abstract: Report on the 2022 summer field season, including DATCH testing.
Date: 11/19/2022
Conference Name: American Society of Overseas Research (ASOR) Annual Meeting - Chicago, IL

Kerkenes 2019-2021 (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Kerkenes 2019-2021
Author: Scott Branting
Abstract: Report on the Kerkenes Project that included ongoing field testing of DATCH in 2022.
Date: 5/25/2022
Conference Name: Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism - 42nd International Symposium of Excavations, Surveys, and Archaeometry - Denizli,Turkey.

The Rise and Fall of Kerkenes: New Technologies for Exploring Cities of the Past (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: The Rise and Fall of Kerkenes: New Technologies for Exploring Cities of the Past
Abstract: Public presentation for Timesifters - Florida Anthropological Society on the Kerkenes Project that included discussion of the DATCH development and field testing.
Author: Scott Branting
Date: 1/18/2023
Location: Sarasota, FL