Credits


This project is being carried out within the research framework of the Department of Photographic Communications at the Hadassah Academic College Jerusalem

Project Leaders
Professor Moshe Caine

Professor Moshe Caine

Associate Professor at Hadassah Academic College Jerusalem, specializing in interactive communications and advance imaging technologies. Moshe has over three decades' experience teaching in academic institutions. Specializing in digital solutions for cultural heritage applications. Long experience working with museums and educational institutions. Interactive Multimedia, Digital Imaging for museums, conservation imaging, archives and public display.

Günter Henneberger

Günter Henneberger

Born 1954 in Bad Neustadt an der Saale (Bavaria/Germany). 1975 – 1981 Completed Studies of Catholic theology, Latin and history at Würzburg university. 1982 – 1987 Taught at different Bavarian high schools (gymnasium). Since 1987 Teaching at Rhön-Gymnasium Bad Neustadt. 1999-2001 Training as a school counsellor. Since 1994 responsible for student exchange with the Mikve Israel School

Professor Stefan Simon

Professor Stefan Simon

Director of the Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (IPCH) at Yale’s West Campus. The IPCH serves as the overarching international hub directing the various shared facilities at West Campus dedicated to the study and conservation of cultural heritage.Simon has broad experience in scientific research, specializing in material deterioration diagnostics, microanalytics, climatology, and non- destructive mechanical testing. Since 2005, he has served as director of the Rathgen Research Laboratory at the National Museums in Berlin — the oldest museum laboratory in the world.

Eyal Tagar

Eyal Tagar

A documentary and architectural photographer, based in Jerusalem. He graduated from the Hadassah Academic college in Jerusalem in 2013. Has participated  in and organized various documentary missions around the world, including Argentina, Ukraine, South Africa and Germany. Eyal specialises in logistic services for extreme trips, taking place all over Israel, including the desert.

Professor Josef Hesselbach

Professor Josef Hesselbach

Dr. Josef Hesselbach

Born in Unsleben in 1931, Josef Hesselbach studied agricultural science from 1952 – 1958 in
Munich and Copenhagen (Denmark). 1958 promotion Dr. agr. (doctor in agricultural
science), 1962/63 Research Fellowship at Purdue University (Indiana/USA), 1968 habilitation
at the University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim. He was a research fellow in different agricultural
institutes, 1968 – 1969 assistant professor at Purdue University, 1972 professor at Johann
Gutenberg University Mainz. Now he is living near Unsleben where he spent his youth time.
Since 1995 he engages himself in local history, especially Jewish history of Unsleben.

Professor Moshe Caine

Professor Moshe Caine

Associate Professor at the Hadassah Academic College Jerusalem, specialising in interactive communications and advanced imaging technologies. Moshe has over three decades experience teaching in academic institutions. Likewise, digital solutions for cultural heritage applications. Extensive experience with cultural and educational institutions. Interactive Multimedia, Digital Imaging for museums, conservation imaging, archives and public display

Günter Henneberger

Günter Henneberger

Born 1954 in Bad Neustadt an der Saale (Bavaria/Germany). 1975 – 1981 Completed Studies of Catholic theology, Latin and history at Würzburg university. 1982 – 1987 Taught at different Bavarian high schools (gymnasium). Since 1987 Teaching at Rhön-Gymnasium Bad Neustadt. 1999-2001 Training as a school counsellor. Since 1994 responsible for student exchange with the Mikve Israel School

Professor Stefan Simon

Professor Stefan Simon

Director of the Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (IPCH) at Yale’s West Campus. The IPCH serves as the overarching international hub directing the various shared facilities at West Campus dedicated to the study and conservation of cultural heritage.Simon has broad experience in scientific research, specializing in material deterioration diagnostics, microanalytics, climatology, and non- destructive mechanical testing. Since 2005, he has served as director of the Rathgen Research Laboratory at the National Museums in Berlin — the oldest museum laboratory in the world.

Eyal Tagar

Eyal Tagar

A documentary and architectural photographer, based in Jerusalem. He graduated from the Hadassah Academic college in Jerusalem in 2013. Has participated  in and organized various documentary missions around the world, including Argentina, Ukraine, South Africa and Germany. Eyal specialises in logistic services for extreme trips, taking place all over Israel, including the desert.

Professor Josef Hesselbach

Professor Josef Hesselbach

Born in Unsleben in 1931, Josef Hesselbach studied agricultural science from 1952 – 1958
in Munich and Copenhagen (Denmark). 1958 promotion Dr. agr. (doctor in agriculturalscience)
1962/63 Research Fellowship at Purdue University (Indiana/USA), 1968 habilitation
at the University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim. He was a research fellow in different agricultural
institutes, 1968 – 1969 assistant professor at Purdue University, 1972 professor at Johann
Gutenberg University Mainz. Now he is living near Unsleben where he spent his youth time.
Since 1995 he engages himself in local history, especially Jewish history of Unsleben.


Production Team

Doron Altaratz

Team leader

Doron Altaratz

Team leader

Avigail Ben Eliyahu-Leibtag

Avigail Ben Eliyahu-Leibtag

Bogdan Sokol

Bogdan Sokol

Dor Gordon

Dor Gordon

Hodaya Toledano

Hodaya Toledano

Livant Levi

Livant Levi

Avigail Ben Eliyahu-Leibtag

Avigail Ben Eliyahu-Leibtag

Bogdan Sokol

Bogdan Sokol

Dor Gordon

Dor Gordon

Hodaya Toledano

Hodaya Toledano

Livant Levi

Livant Levi


Yale University
The Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage

IPCH Digitization Lab
Chelsea Graham
Dr. Eleni Kotoula

Built Heritage Lab
Dr. Goze Akoglu

Additional Assistance

Lottie Hess Nauman

Arleen Hess

Angela Bungert

Matthias Poppe

Prof. Doron Zeilberger

Arnold Berger – Webkeeper

CJH – Cleveland Jewish History

Support for the project has been generously provided by the Unsleben

General Town Council

Mayor: Michael Gottwald

MichaelGottwald