International Workshop HERITAGEBOT 2017 – Call for papers open until 1 April 2017

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The aim of the Conference is to bring together researchers, industry professionals and students from the broad ranges of disciplines referring to areas of activities for Cultural Heritage, in an intimate, collegial and stimulating environment. The Conference will be held at the Aula Magna of School Engineering in the University of Cassino and South Latium in Cassino (Italy).HB

Papers are solicited on topics related with systems developments for Cultural Heritage within aspects of theory, design, practice and applications, including but not limited to:

  • Business models and business planning: applications to Cultural Heritage
  • Creative cities & industries
  • Creative consumption
  • Documentation, Analysis & Survey of Cultural Heritage
  • Economics of Cultural Heritage
  • Economics of creative industries
  • Cultural   Heritage   and   Business   and Organizational Models
  • Cultural Heritage and Collaborative Digital Systems
  • Citizen Science for Cultural Heritage: towards a new open model
  • New technologies for cultural heritage
  • Psychology of creativity
  • Service Robotics for Cultural Heritage
  • Law’s tools for the development and innovation management in cultural heritage
  • Capital budgeting and capital structure of cultural heritage sector
  • Cultural heritage and value creation
  • New devices and procedures for Cultural Heritage
  • Reports of field applications in Cultural Heritage

More info and registrations: http://heritagebot.unicas.it/heritagebot2017/

 

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