Call for Papers, Posters & Short Papers

The call for paper is open from April 15th to June 22nd 2024.

Contribution format for CHNT29 | 2024

The CHNT Committee invites you to submit the following contributions in the form of a long abstract for a specific session or round table (see below):

Papers are intended to present new research and best-practices concerning methods, technologies and their application in the cultural heritage sector as well as thorough discussions of their impact and theoretical implications in the field. The papers are subject to single-blind peer-review by external reviewers and members of the scientific committee of CHNT.

The papers will be presented in a session at the conference. The paper should be submitted in the form of a long abstract. Please use the appropriate template.

Short papers provide the opportunity to present a wide range of topics, ranging from the presentation of new projects, preliminary reports or the exchange of experiences and smaller tweaks in the application of already established methods and technologies. Short papers are reviewed by the session chairs and the editorial team of CHNT.

The short papers will be presented in a round table at the conference. The short paper should be submitted in the form of a long abstract. Please use the appropriate template.

The “CHNT Creative Digital Award” is a thematically “open” call for papers, but must be within the framework of the conference. In this category there will be the subcategories posters, apps and short films. The poster will be presented during the entire conference (online & on-site) and the authors are invited to give a short presentation (max. 3 minutes) of their project.

The poster should be described in the form of a long abstract. Please use the appropriate template. A poster submission can also be linked to a session or round table (in this case, there is no need to submit an additional long abstract for the poster session). If the abstract will be accepted, please send the poster (PDF!) by November,  2024.

Submission Process for CHNT29 | 2024


This year, we are using an Open Journal System for the submission process.

Please click here to make a submission!

 

Programme for CHNT29 | 2024

Please decide on one of the following sessions / round tables for your contribution.


SESSION (S):
Sessions are the place to present current research towards the application of technologies in research, management and presentation of cultural heritage. They usually consist of a series of lectures of max. 20 minutes. The contributions can be published as papers or short papers in the proceedings.

  • Novel technologies for on-site and remote collaborative enriched monitoring to detect structural and chemical damages in cultural heritage assets (Download)

    Peter Dorninger (Austria), Cristina Portales (Spain)

  • PhD/Master Session (Download)

    Nadine Alpino (Germany), Birgit Danthine (Austria)

  • Gamification and public participation (Download)

    Elisabeth Monamy (Austria), Soultana Zorpidou (Greece), Bert Brouwenstijn, Daniel Stiller (the Netherlands)

  • Research Data Management in Cultural Heritage goes Digital – New Technologies along the object biography (Download)

    Florian Thiery, Mattis thor Straten, Nadine Alpino (Germany)

  • 3D Documentations in Archaeology (Download)

    Marco Block-Berlitz, Tim Karberg, Martin Oczipka (Germany)

  • Bridging Science and Culture: Exploring Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Knowledge and Preservation of Cultural Heritage (Download)

    Valentina Ljubić Tobisch, Klaudia Hradil, M. Bianca D´Anna, Federica Cappa (Austria)

  • AI FOR CH: ENABLING A PARADIGM SHIFT IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE? Artificial Intelligence for Monitoring, Analyzing, and Reacting to the Climate Change impact on Cultural Heritage (Download)

    Lorenzo Ceccon, Daniele Villa, Barbara Galli (Italy)

  • Digital Religioscapes of Cavernous Mountains – New Ways Ahead in Speleo-Archaeology (Download)
    Julia M. Koch, Timo Seregély (Germany), Rainer M. Czichon (Turkey)

  • Inventories for Cultural Landscapes (Download)

    Ulrike Herbig,  Bernd Paulowitz (Austria) 

  • Create, develop, and delegate, experiences from the liquid scenario of Artificial Intelligence for Cultural Heritage (Download)
    Giorgio Verdiani, Michele Russo (Italy)

  • Cultural Heritage and the new future of new technologies (Download)

    Wolfgang Börner (Austria), Giorgio Verdiani (Italy), Stephen Stead (United-Kingdom), Piotr Kuroczyński (Germany)

  • THE RETURN OF FAIR REUSE OF ARCHIVE DATA (Download)

    Jane Jansen (Sweden), Stephen Stead (United-Kingdom)

  • Heritage Building Information Modeling (HBIM) – Preservation through digitization (Download)

    Piotr Kuroczynski (Germany), Yusuf Arayici (United-Kingdom)

ROUND TABLE (RT):
The focus of the round tables is more on discussion on current topics in the field, furthered by short talks on the topic of about 5 to 10 minutes, that can be published as short papers in the proceedings.

  • How can we make the invisible visible using new technologies? Reflecting on Europe’s lost Jewish communities and their lost cultural heritage. (Download)

    Soultana Zorpidou (Greece), Elisabeth Monamy (Austria), Bert Brouwenstijn, Daniel Stiller (The Netherlands)

  • Encouraging Collaboration for the Conservation of Mining Heritage: A Panel Discussion on Research, Conservation, and Management Strategies (Download)

    Ulrike Herbig (Austria), Nicholas Clarke (South Africa)

  • Sustainability vs Innovation in Digital Fieldwordwork (Download)

    Benjamin Ducke (Germany), Helmut Schwaiger (Austria), Peter Baumeister (Germany), Christian Kugle (Austria)

  • Perceiving Colours in Art (Download)

    Christiana Barandoni (Italy), Sofia Pescarin (Italy)

PANEL (P): (no abstract required)
A panel is used to give short inputs and to discuss and share experiences on an interdisciplinary basis. On the basis of one or two keynote speeches, different statements are introduced into the panel.

  • A roadmap to heritage stewardship (Download)
    Benjamin Ducke (Germany), Peter Dorninger (Austria)
  • The usage and provision of cultural heritage data in the City of Vienna (Download)
    Franz Xaver Pfaffenbichler (Austria)
  • Digital multisensorial analysis: possibilities and limits (Download)
    Pedro Luengo, Albert Samper Sosa, Sergio Coll Pla (Spain)
  • Heritage Reloaded: Innovative Reuse of 3D Cultural Content (Download)
    Alexandru Stan (Germany), Sander Münster (Germany)

TRAINING (T): (no abstract required -Information on registration and location follows)
These hands-on trainings present state-of-the-art methods and technologies and can be practiced by all participants on-site. The duration depends on the type of training.

  • CRMarcheo Training: Beyond fair practice: Adding Myths and Legends (Download)
    Stephen Stead (United Kingdom), Jane Jansen (Sweden)
  • Communicating Values in Digital Environments for Cultural Heritage (Download)
    Srushti Goud (Italy)
  • Transforming “Love” into “Accessibility”-Practices and Reflections on Serving Visually Impaired Groups in Museums under the Cognitive Structure Theory (Download)
  • We’re all storytellers (Download)
    Beth Daley (United Kingdom), Aleksandra Strzelichowska (Netherlands)

The trainings can only be attended on-site and are free of charge for conference participants.
Please register for the trainings by E-mail to: info@chnt.at (Subject: Registration Training).

Creative Digital Award (CDA):

The “CHNT Creative Digital Award” is a thematically “open” call, but must be within the framework of the conference. In this category there will be the subcategories posters, apps and short films. This works will be presented during the entire conference (online & on-site) and the authors are invited to give a short presentation (max. 2 minutes) of their project.

The posters, apps and short films should be described in the form of a short abstract.

Please click here to make a submission.

If the abstract will be accepted, please send the poster (PDF!) by october 15th,  2024 and bring a printed A0 version to the conference.

  • Chair: Peter Dorninger (Austria)

Submission Process for CHNT29 | 2024


This year, we are using an Open Journal System for the submission process.

Please click here to make a submission!

Thank you for your contribution! The Call for Papers is open!

Publication formats for the Proceedings of CHNT 29 I 2024

Presenters and session chairs who participated in CHNT 29 have the possibility to publish their contributions in the proceedings of the conference.  From 2019 on, the proceedings of the Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies are being published as an e-book series on propylaeum, the information service for the classics in Heidelberg. The book and all of its papers will be available permanently with persistent identifiers (doi). The papers or the whole book will be available there in open access under a creative commons license. There are two formats for publishing in the proceedings: Papers (for Session contributions) and short papers (for Session and Round Tables contributions).