Call for Sessions, Round Tables, Panels and Trainings

This year the conference marks the 60th anniversary of the Charter of Venice.

We invite Session, Round Table, Panel and Training proposals with regard to the folliwing topics, as outlined in the conference description. The conference will again be hybrid, but we kindly ask that at least one chair is present on site to avoid technical problems.

The topics may include:

Celebrating the Charter of Venice’s 60 year anniversary – Digitalization or Digitization for Preservation – Benefits and dangers of artificial intelligence – Digital Heritage – Long-Term Data Storage – Cultural Heritage for All: User-Friendly and Barrier-Free – Dissonant Heritage – Cultural Landscape Inventories – Storytelling – Digital Archaeology – Integrated Approaches to Tangible and Intangible Heritage – Resilient Heritage – Archiving

Please choose one of the following conference formats:

Sessions will present current research on the application of technology in cultural heritage or archaeological research, management and presentation. They usually consist of a series of presentations of up to 20 minutes. The presentations may be published as full papers or short contributions in the conference proceedings.

A round table is a discussion of a topical issue, which may be supported by short presentations of up to 10 minutes. The presentations may be published as short contributions in the conference proceedings.

A panel is intended to allow the audience to interact with panel members on a topic and share experiences on an interdisciplinary basis. The topic of the panel and at least 3 panel members should be included in the proposal.

These are hands-on workshops that allow participants to experience state-of-the-art methods and technologies. The duration should be 2-3 hours and must be free of charge for all participants.

This call is closed! Thank you for your submissions. Contributors will be notified if their proposal has been accepted by April 8. The call for detailed papers, short papers, apps, and posters will start on April 15, 2024.