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Noback A, Grobe LO, Lang F. Modeling the effects of daylight scattering by window glass: The case of 6th century Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. In: 21st International Congress of the Association Internationale pour I'Histoire du Verre. Istanbul, Turkey: Association Internationale pour I'Histoire du Verre; In Press.
Noback A, Grobe LO. Preparing the past for the future: Curating a daylight simulation model of Hagia Sophia for modern data infrastructures. In: International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies CHNT25. Vienna, Austria: Propylaeum, Heidelberg, Germany; In Press.
2020
Grobe LO, Noback A, Inanici M. Challenges in the simulation of the daylight distribution in late antique Hagia Sophia. In: International Hagia Sophia Symposium. Istanbul, Turkey: Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakıf University, Faculty of Architecture and Design; 2020.  (2.8 MB)
Grobe LO, Noback A, Lang F. Data-driven modelling of daylight scattering by Roman window glass. ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage. 2020;13(1):20. (3 MB)
Noback A, Grobe LO, Inanici M. Hagia Sophia’s sixth century daylighting. In: Proceedings of the International Hagia Sophia Symposium. Istanbul, Turkey: Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakıf University, Faculty of Architecture and Design; 2020.  (910.3 KB)
Noback A, Grobe LO. Preparing the past for the future: Curating a daylight simulation model of Hagia Sophia for modern data infrastructures.; 2020.
2019
Grobe LO, Noback A, Lang F, Schintlmeister L, Schwaiger H. Daylight scattering by late antique window glass from Ephesos: Reconstructing the spatial distribution of daylight in lost architecture. Vienna, Austria: Museen der Stadt Wien - Stadtarchäologie; 2019.
Svenshon H, Noback A, Grobe LO. «… an Licht und Sonnengefunkel aber hat sie Überfluss»: Die 3D-Innenraumrekonstruktion der Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. In: Auferstehung der Antike: Archäologische Stätten digital rekonstruiert. Darmstadt: wbg Philipp von Zabern in Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft; 2019. 1. p. 114-117p.