Digital Heritage 2013 is just closed.
The event was very wide including 350 presentations, some 100 full papers, 130 short and special session papers, 90 posters, 20 panels, tutorials and workshops, and 37 exhibitions.
For this reason, to provide an effective way for participants to explore such a rich and diverse program, Digital Heritage 2013 built an interactive schedule featuring social networking, a personal agenda builder, dynamic attendee directories, and more. Users can view the schedule in list, grid, and other forms as well as on mobile devices.
Users are invited to plan accordingly and note travel times between buildings in scheduling the visits. Ample ’down time’ for interaction with colleagues has been scheduled through cultural tours on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and with a Gala Dinner on Thursday evening.
Note for the participants: if you have already registered for the congress, you will soon receive an email inviting you to add your profile (with option of bio and picture) into the interactive program. You can also tag talks you plan to attend to build a personal schedule and help us adjust room capacities.
This unique first ever International Congress covers heritage in all its forms, with talks grouped in 6 thematic Tracks. Alongside there are topical Special Sessions led by many federating events, from CAA to Arqueologica, and Space2Place to ICOMOS ICIP, UNESCO’s Memory of the World and Museums&Tech.
Dedicated sessions are focusing on EU projects with presentations of Europeana Photography, EAGLE, and many more.