Information for Speakers CHNT29

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

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 for all speakers in brief:

General Information
  • there are different venues where sessions and round tables will take place: Volkshalle (Vienna City Hall), Grinzinger Keller (Vienna Rathauskeller,in the cellar of the Vienna City Hall), Ahnensaal (Federal Monuments Authority Austria) and Planungswerkstatt.
    Please mind where your session/round table will be located: chnt.at/location-overview/
  • please bring your USB stick and play your presentation on our venue’s laptop in the morning or during the break before your session/ round table (the local organising committee and the technicians on site will help you)
  • please send your presentation (.ppt, .pdf, etc) in advance to info@chnt.at (as a back-up)
  • please avoid long videos within the powerpoint, short videos are accepted
  • we use the online conference tool “HOPIN”: click HERE to download the “HOPIN” guide
  • all online speaker and participants will receive the link to participate in the conference by email
  • to ensure trouble-free presentations, there will also be a rehearsal  with hopin for all online speakers (information will follow)
  • please send a recording of your presentation (a video of you giving your presentation) as a back-up to info@chnt.at via WeTransfer in advance
    If there are technical problems during the conference, we can show the video of your presentation.
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

It was not necessary to submit a long abstract to participate in the panels. The panels will be moderated by the chairs and all participants are invited to join the discussion.

Poster Size: A0 (841 x 1188 mm)
Orientation: Portrait
Design:
Include sections such as title, objectives, methodology, input data, case study, results, analysis, and conclusion(s).
Ensure sections are clearly and attractively presented using frames and colors.
Use large characters (minimum 10 mm; e.g., Arial, Times New Roman).
Each section should have a title and brief explanation.
Include enlarged figures/photographs (3–5) with a minimum size of 200 mm by 250 mm.
Add author(s)’ name(s), affiliation, and email-address(es).
Digital Copy: Send a PDF of your accepted poster by October 20th, 2024, to submission@chnt.at (max. file size: 2 MB).
Hard Copy: Bring your poster to the conference on Monday, November 4th, 2024, between 8 and 9 am at the registration point.
All accepted posters will be displayed throughout the conference both online and on-site and will automatically be entered into the Digital Creative Award competition. Participants will have the opportunity to be recognized as one of the highlights of the conference through this award.

For more information or any inquiries, please contact us at submission@chnt.at.

Conference Proceedings

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 or round table contributions) and short papers (for round table or poster contributions).