Helen Moulden is a Research Associate in Artefact Scanning, Modelling and Reconstruction for IBM VISTA at the University of Birmingham. She specialises in the application of 3D scanning technologies (both object and terrestrial), with particular focus on the convergence of 3D object representations and digital archiving as a means to enhance accessibility and research practices.
Her project portfolio includes the Eton Myers Virtual Museum Project, the Jewel of Muscat Comparative Analysis Project, and the Stabiaen Graffiti Project. Recent work involves the large scale 3D digitisation of Chedworth Roman Villa to inform research into site phasing.
Chapman, H. Gaffney, V. Moulden, H (in press). The Eton Myers Collection Virtual Museum. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing. 81pp.
Cuttler, R. Kelleher, S. Moulden, H (in press). Preserving Heritage in Qatar: 3D Digitisation of Al Zubarah For and Al Jassasiya Rock Art. Journal of Arabian Studies.
Adderlry, N. Bommas, M. Luiselli, M. Moulden, H (Under Review). The Eton Myers Virtual Museum, University of Birmingham. Imago Aegypti.Imago Aegypti.
Baldwin, E. Blake, S. Moulden, H (in prep.). 3D Laser Scanning and the evaluation of encaustic artwork within the Eton Myers Collection. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing.
Baldwin, E. Laurence, R. Moulden, H (in prep.). 3D Laser Scanning and the Re-Evaluation of Inscription: The Graffiti at the Villa San Marco (Stabiae). Zeitschrift fur Papyrologie und Epigraphik (ZPE).
Baldwin, E. Laurence, R. Moulden, H (in prep.). Slaves and Children in a Roman Villa: Writing and Space in the Villa San Marco (Stabiae). Written Space in the Roman Empire. eds. Ray Laurence, Gareth Sears and Peter Keegan.