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Dr Douglas Cawthorne

Job: Reader in Digital Heritage

Faculty: Arts, Design and Humanities

School/department: Leicester School of Architecture

Research group(s): Digital Building Heritage Group

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, UK, LE1 9BH

T: +44 (0)116 257 7442

E: DCawthorne@dmu.ac.uk

W: www.dmu.ac.uk/dbh

 

Personal profile

Douglas Cawthorne is a UK Registered Architect, author and researcher.

Research group affiliations

Digital Building Heritage Group

Publications and outputs 

  • Proportional Systems in the Design of the Cathedral of St. George of the Greeks, Cyprus
    Cawthorne, D. and Irodotou R. (2016) Proportional Systems in the Design of the Cathedral of St George of the Greeks, Cyprus. Euromed 2016, in Proceedings of 6th International Conference, EuroMed 2016, 2016Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection 31st October – 5th November, Nicosia Cyprus. Springer International Publishing AG. M Ioannides et al., Editors. Euromed 2016, Part 1, Volume 10058 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-48496-9_3
  • Hidden but not lost; Exploring the Great Hall at Boughton House
    Gration, J.R., Cawthorne D. (2016) Hidden but not lost; Exploring the Great Hall at Boughton House. In: Session 6D Colour And Space In Cultural Heritage: Interdisciplinary Connections, CAA2015 – “Keep the Revolution Going”, 43rd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Siena, 30th March – 3 April 2015, Annual Conference Book of Abstracts, University of Siena Department of History and Cultural Heritage, 2015, pp. 224-225
  • Driving Engagement in Heritage Sites Using Personal Mobile Technology
    Corah, T., Cawthorne D. (2016) Driving Engagement in Heritage Sites Using Personal Mobile Technology. CAA2015-Keep the Revolution Going. Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 30th March – 4th April 2015, Sienna Italy. Archaeopress Publishing Ltd., Oxford, I(Open Access e-Pdf), Edited by Stefano Campana, Roberto Scopigno, Gabriella Carpentiero and Marianna Cirillo. Published 25 March 2016, Vol 1, pp.191-200
  • A Prototype Audio-Tactile Map System with an Advanced Auditory Display
    O'Sullivan, L. Picinali, L., Gerino, A. and Cawthorne, D. (2015) A Prototype Audio-Tactile Map System with an Advanced Auditory Display. International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction (IJMHCI), 7 (4), pp. 53-75
  • Authenticating Anastylosis: Para Data in the Digital Reconstruction of Greyfrairs Church Leicester and the Tomb of King Richard III
    Cawthorne D., Davies S. (2015 Authenticating Anastylosis: Para Data in the Digital Reconstruction of Greyfrairs Church Leicester and the Tomb of King Richard III”, In Session 3A, A Dialogue Between Archaeological Science And Computer Visualization, CAA2015 – “Keep the Revolution Going”, 43rd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Siena, 30th March – 3 April 2015, Annual Conference Book of Abstracts, University of Siena Department of History and Cultural Heritage, 2015, pp. 76-77, 525
  • Audio Tactile Maps (ATM) System for the Exploration of Digital Heritage Buildings by Visually-impaired Individuals - First Prototype and Preliminary Evaluation
    O'Sullivan, L., Picinali, L., Feakes, C. and Cawthorne, D. (2014) Audio Tactile Maps (ATM) System for the Exploration of Digital Heritage Buildings by Visually-impaired Individuals - First Prototype and Preliminary Evaluation. Forum Acousticum. Krakow, Poland: European Acoustics Association.
  • A Prototype Interactive Tactile Display with Auditory Feedback
    O'Sullivan, L., Picinali, L. and Cawthorne, D. (2014) A Prototype Interactive Tactile Display with Auditory Feedback. In: Rami Albatal et al. eds. Proceedings of the 8th Irish Human Computer Interaction Conference, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland.
  • McGruer - Why Art Matters in Yacht Design
    Cawthorne, D. (2013). McGruer - Why Art Matters in Yacht Design. In: Drysdale, G Clyde Classic Regatta & Design Symposium 21-23 June 2013 Official Programme. Glasgow: Gordon Drysdale. pp. 46-51.
  • The McGruer Lorne Class Yachts - Their History and Architecture
    Cawthorne, D (2013) The McGruer Lorne Class Yachts: Their History & Architecture. Lancaster: Scotforth Books an imprint of Carnegie Publishing Ltd. pp.1-382.
  • Virtual Roman Leicester (VRL): An interactive Computer Model of a Romano-British City
    Cawthorne, D., Watson, G. and Hugill, A. (2010) Virtual Roman Leicester (VRL): An interactive Computer Model of a Romano-British City. The XXXVIII Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, CAA’ 2010 - Fusion of Cultures, Granada, Spain, Fco. Javier Melero & Pedro Cano (Editors). 6-9 April 2010

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Research interests/expertise

Architecture

Areas of teaching

Architecture

Qualifications

BSc Architecture
BArch (Hons)
PhD (Cantab)

Courses taught

Architecture

Membership of professional associations and societies

Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) 

Professional licences and certificates

Architects Registration Board (ARB) license to practice.

Recent research outputs

  • Proportional Systems in the Design of the Cathedral of St. George of the Greeks, Cyprus
    Cawthorne, D. and Irodotou R. (2016) Proportional Systems in the Design of the Cathedral of St George of the Greeks, Cyprus. Euromed 2016, in Proceedings of 6th International Conference, EuroMed 2016, 2016Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection 31st October – 5th November, Nicosia Cyprus. Springer International Publishing AG. M Ioannides et al., Editors. Euromed 2016, Part 1, Volume 10058 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-48496-9_3
  • Hidden but not lost; Exploring the Great Hall at Boughton House
    Gration, J.R., Cawthorne D. (2016) Hidden but not lost; Exploring the Great Hall at Boughton House. In: Session 6D Colour And Space In Cultural Heritage: Interdisciplinary Connections, CAA2015 – “Keep the Revolution Going”, 43rd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Siena, 30th March – 3 April 2015, Annual Conference Book of Abstracts, University of Siena Department of History and Cultural Heritage, 2015, pp. 224-225
  • Driving Engagement in Heritage Sites Using Personal Mobile Technology
    Corah, T., Cawthorne D. (2016) Driving Engagement in Heritage Sites Using Personal Mobile Technology. CAA2015-Keep the Revolution Going. Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 30th March – 4th April 2015, Sienna Italy. Archaeopress Publishing Ltd., Oxford, I(Open Access e-Pdf), Edited by Stefano Campana, Roberto Scopigno, Gabriella Carpentiero and Marianna Cirillo. Published 25 March 2016, Vol 1, pp.191-200
  • A Prototype Audio-Tactile Map System with an Advanced Auditory Display
    O'Sullivan, L. Picinali, L., Gerino, A. and Cawthorne, D. (2015) A Prototype Audio-Tactile Map System with an Advanced Auditory Display. International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction (IJMHCI), 7 (4), pp. 53-75
  • Authenticating Anastylosis: Para Data in the Digital Reconstruction of Greyfrairs Church Leicester and the Tomb of King Richard III
    Cawthorne D., Davies S. (2015 Authenticating Anastylosis: Para Data in the Digital Reconstruction of Greyfrairs Church Leicester and the Tomb of King Richard III”, In Session 3A, A Dialogue Between Archaeological Science And Computer Visualization, CAA2015 – “Keep the Revolution Going”, 43rd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Siena, 30th March – 3 April 2015, Annual Conference Book of Abstracts, University of Siena Department of History and Cultural Heritage, 2015, pp. 76-77, 525
  • Audio Tactile Maps (ATM) System for the Exploration of Digital Heritage Buildings by Visually-impaired Individuals - First Prototype and Preliminary Evaluation
    O'Sullivan, L., Picinali, L., Feakes, C. and Cawthorne, D. (2014) Audio Tactile Maps (ATM) System for the Exploration of Digital Heritage Buildings by Visually-impaired Individuals - First Prototype and Preliminary Evaluation. Forum Acousticum. Krakow, Poland: European Acoustics Association.
  • A Prototype Interactive Tactile Display with Auditory Feedback
    O'Sullivan, L., Picinali, L. and Cawthorne, D. (2014) A Prototype Interactive Tactile Display with Auditory Feedback. In: Rami Albatal et al. eds. Proceedings of the 8th Irish Human Computer Interaction Conference, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland.
  • McGruer - Why Art Matters in Yacht Design
    Cawthorne, D. (2013). McGruer - Why Art Matters in Yacht Design. In: Drysdale, G Clyde Classic Regatta & Design Symposium 21-23 June 2013 Official Programme. Glasgow: Gordon Drysdale. pp. 46-51.
  • The McGruer Lorne Class Yachts - Their History and Architecture
    Cawthorne, D (2013) The McGruer Lorne Class Yachts: Their History & Architecture. Lancaster: Scotforth Books an imprint of Carnegie Publishing Ltd. pp.1-382.
  • Virtual Roman Leicester (VRL): An interactive Computer Model of a Romano-British City
    Cawthorne, D., Watson, G. and Hugill, A. (2010) Virtual Roman Leicester (VRL): An interactive Computer Model of a Romano-British City. The XXXVIII Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, CAA’ 2010 - Fusion of Cultures, Granada, Spain, Fco. Javier Melero & Pedro Cano (Editors). 6-9 April 2010

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