Workshop on “Advances in Digital Cultural Heritage”

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In Madeira it is organised a Workshop on “Advances in Digital Cultural Heritage”, next 28th of June 2017.

This Workshop aims to bring together experts, stakeholders, policy makers and leaders from the domain, addressing current challenges in the field and continuing the multidisciplinary dialogue of our Action.

Call for Papers: PDF, 2 Mb

Expected contributions include technical papers (presenting recent advances on Digital Cultural Heritage) and project papers (describing Digital Cultural Heritage major outcomes).

Selected and presented papers will be published as a chapter in a Springer-Nature book (Advances on Digital Cultural Heritage) reflecting the breakthroughs and future perspectives of Digital Cultural Heritage.

The conference will be held in one of the most beautiful Europe’s islands: Madeira, Portugal.

Important Dates:

• EXTENDED Submission: 27th May 2017

• Notification of Acceptance: 9th June 2017

• Camera-ready for publication: 23th June 2017

For paper submission please go to:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=dch20170

The workshop will be co-allocated with the 23rd ICE/IEEE ITMC Conference. Workshop participants should register in the conference, taking advantage of all conference’s plenary keynotes, sessions, coffee-breaks, meals and social program.

For more information, please go to the conference webpage: http://www.ice-conference.org

The workshop will be organized in collaboration with:

  • COST Action TD1406
  • H2020 ViMM
  • DARIAH-CY
  • H2020 INCEPTION
  • Europeana Task Force Group on Advanced documentation of 3D digital assets
  • SHCity
  • ITN-DHC

 

 

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