Information for Speakers

Please find all important information below. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at info@chnt.at.

Registration
Please decide by October 15, 2022 whether you want to attend the conference on-site or online and purchase a ticket on our website. Speakers under 27 years of age can purchase a Student Speaker Ticket (on-site or online). We need your registration urgently, as we need to know whether you are presenting online or on-site for technical purposes. Conference tickets can be purchased easily on our website: Shop-Overview

If you need an invoice confirmation, please contact me by email.
Timetable

The schedule of this year’s conference is available here. The order of the presentations is already fixed and can be seen in the schedule. A timetable in PDF format will be available on the website at the end of October, as soon as all speakers have registered. The respective conference venue (please mind: there are four different rooms / locations) can be found in the programme.

Presentation Format

All speakers have the opportunity to present on-site at the Vienna City Hall or online via our digital conference tool hopin. All sessions and round tables will be broadcast on-site and online. The most important information and deadlines in brief:

General Information
  • you don’t need to bring your own laptop for presentations
  • there are 4 different venues where sessions and round tables will take place – two are located in the Vienna City Hall, one next to it and one in the Vienna Hofburg (an accurate map will be provided)
  • please send your presentation (.ppt, .pdf, etc) by November 7, 2022 to submission@chnt.at
    In order to be able to show the presentations to the online participants, we need them in our system in advance (note: we will share the screen for the online participants, your screen will be seen in the conference room). If any videos are to be shown, these must also be sent to us as an extra file!
  • please avoid videos within the powerpoint.
  • we use the online conference tool HOPIN – click here to download the HOPIN guide
  • to ensure trouble-free presentations, there will also be a general rehearsal with hopin for all online speakers on Thursday, November 3 I 16.30-17:30
  • please send a recording of your presentation (a video of you giving your presentation) as a back-up to submission@chnt.at via WeTransfer by November 7, 2022
    If there are technical problems during the conference, we can show the video of your presentation.
  • all online speaker and participants will receive the link to the online conference tool hopin on Tuesday, November 8
Individual Information
  • presentations in sessions: about 20 minutes (incl. discussion)
    If the respective chairs have individual adaptations, they will contact you directly or this will be made clear in the programme.
  • no template for the presentations (you are free to decide with which materials you present)
  • please use the 16:9 format for presentations
  • presentations in round tables: about 10 minutes
    If the respective chairs have individual adaptations, they will contact you directly or this will be made clear in the programme.
  • no template for the presentations (you are free to decide with which materials you present)
  • please use the 16:9 format for presentations
  • the App should be in English
  • the app presenter(s) must be online at the time of the app-award
  • the app should be available to interested users in any appropriate form (online availability)
  • the content must be related to cultural heritage or archaeology
  • the app should be online until October 10, 2022 latest

Including the stores – Play Store and Apple Store  – free download is required.

Award for Innovative Apps in Cultural Heritage

This year our partner 7Reasons Medien GmbH is glad to honor the “best app” as one of the highlights of the conference. The winner of this year’s award is allowed to publish the proposed work as short paper in the conference’s proceedings. Please mind: Archaeological and cultural heritage quality, concept (idea, plan..), Originality/novelty, informative value, entertainment value and self-explanatory issues.

The authors are invited to give a short presentation (max. 5-10 Minutes ) of their project in the APP Presentation (Saturday, November 12  | 17:20-18:00).

  • size of the Poster: A0 (841 x 1188 mm)
  • orientation: portrait
  • design the poster space carefully by using several sections including title, objectives, methodology, input data, case study, results, analysis, conclusion(s), etc. All sections should be clearly and nicely presented, e.g. by using frames and colours
  • use large characters that are at least 10 mm (e.g. Arial, Times New Roman)
  • give each section a title and a brief explanation
  • prepare enlarged figures / photographs (3–5) with a minimum size of 200 mm by 250 mm
  • author(s)’ name(s), affiliation and email-address(es) should be add to the poster
  • each author has to present the poster within a 2 minutes oral presentation
  • send a digital copy of your accepted poster or a detail (PDF) by October 25, 2022 to submission@chnt.at. (max. files size: 2 MB)
  • bring your poster in hard copy format to the conference on Thursday, November 10, 2022 between 8 and 9 am to the registration point or use our printing service

The work will be presented as a poster during the entire conference and the authors are invited to give a short presentation (max. 3 Minutes )of their project in the Poster Session (Friday, November 11  | 17:00-18:00).

Best Poster Award

Every year, the Scientific Committee of CHNT is looking forward to the great and outstanding posters and is glad to honor the “best poster” as one of the highlights of the conference. The winner of this year’s award is allowed to publish the proposed work as long paper in the conference’s proceedings.

Conference Proceedings

Presenters and session chairs who participated in CHNT 27 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 and short papers.