Dear presenters, we have interest from a major publisher in producing an edited book from the workshop. Please get in touch with the workshop organisers (Erik, Costis and Agiatis) if you have not been contacted and you would like to contribute. We need to know approximate length, number of images (if any), if you would allow us to include your current submission into the proposal, and when you can submit a full book chapter. We hope to get the proposal formally reviewed and accepted by August or September and to send book chapters in to the publisher in 2014.
I am sorry that though lunch is provided, dinner is up to you (at your own cost).
That said, we would be delighted if you would like to join us at our table of 20 tonight for dinner our restaurant will be at havnegrillen
their summer menu http://toldboden.com/toldboden/sommermenu/
their email KONTAKT HAVNEGRILLEN:Havnegrill /
The restaurant lies north of the National Museum, and would be quite a distance to walk, about 35 minutes according to google maps:
So we will get water bus tickets for everyone who is on tonight’s dinner list.
We will meet at the Royal Library by 18:00 (6 PM) to take the 18:10 water bus (boat) there.
AND We will order the tickets.
Walking to the restaurant
A big map is here though if you would like to walk there
I believe we have around 17 or more who said yes to dinner on the doodle poll.
(if you are not on our list please see Lene or myself).
We will check with the restaurant to see if they accept credit cards.
The twitter tag for the chcta workshop is quite logical!
Thanks Julian Agiati and all for the twitter stream…
Currently Dean Seamus Ross is speaking
for those of you who cannot access the Dropbox folder, here’s an attached copy of the CHCTA pre-circulated papers.
Looking forward ot our workshop today and tomorrow.
Kunsthal Charlot, Nyhavn 2, 1051 Copenhagen K
Information: + 45 33 36 90 50 / http://www.kunsthalcharlottenborg.dk
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11-17 and Wednesday 11-20
- Adults: 60 kr, Students/Seniors: 40 kr,
- Children under 16 years free
- Admission free Wednesday after 5pm
The workshop is open to all but we in particular invite participants drawn in the first instance from the DARIAH, ARIADNE, CENDARI and NeDiMAH and other EU cultural heritage networks. We envisage it will foster the growth of a community of practice in the field of digital heritage and digital humanities, leading to closer cooperation between participants and helping attendees develop tools and methods that can be used by the wider community.
Cultural heritage, for the purposes of this workshop, is taken to consist of a broad spectrum of fields of scholarly research and professional practice relating to the study, management and use of the past, including but not limited to: archaeology, material culture studies, public history, intangible heritage, the visual and performing arts, visual culture, museums, and historical archives. We invite presentations of digital heritage tools and infrastructures, established projects and case-studies, state-of the art surveys, and original research contributions on the following themes:
- Cultural heritage information systems, ontologies and knowledge representation for material and visual culture.
- Data analysis, modeling, simulation, and visualization.
- Metadata, interoperability and integration of research data and scholarly resources.
- GIS, 3D graphic reconstruction and high end imaging.
- Digital preservation and curation of cultural heritage data, archives and documentation resources.
- Digital technology in fieldwork (e.g., archaeological data collecting and representation, excavation and survey data management, recording information “at the trowel’s edge”, processing survey and long series datasets, etc.).
- Digital scholarly publishing and public communication of cultural heritage.
- Sharing data and tools across European countries and partners.
- EU policy in digital heritage infrastructures, research, and cultural resource management.
- Any other topic relevant to the innovative application of digital technology to cultural heritage research, management and communication.
- Project presentation 20 minutes.
- Demonstration (of a tool, method, or project): 20 minutes.
- Paper presentation 20 minutes plus 10 minutes of discussion time. Final papers accepted may be published in a journal (to be advised).
- Panel 40-60 minutes involving 3-5 speakers.
Format: At the top of the page include your name, your country, your institutional affiliation, your EU infrastructure/project affiliation (if applicable), the title of your paper, and the suggested format of your paper (project presentation, paper presentation, demonstration, or panel presentation). An AV projector will be provided but please indicate any other requirements.
Submit: Email your proposal in RTF format to email@example.com with the title “Cultural Heritage Workshop”. If you wish to present a formal paper, you should submit an abstract of 500-1500 words, including references. For a project presentation, demonstration or panel you should submit a proposal of 300-500 words. If you wish to present on a panel, please indicate the names and affiliations of other participants (if known) on the submission document.
Submission date: 1 May 2013, 17:00 Central European Time
Notification date: Wednesday 8 May 2013 (may change).
Date of Workshop: Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 June 2013.
Cost of Workshop: free, tea and coffee will be provided; we will try to find sponsorship for lunch for both days.
Venue: National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark.
CONTACT: Dr Erik Champion, DIGHUMLAB Denmark, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Co-organisers: Associate Professor Costis Dallas, University of Toronto and DCU Athens (email@example.com) ; Doctor Agiatis Benardou, Digital Curation Unit, Athens (firstname.lastname@example.org) ; and Professor Panos Constantopoulos, Athens University of Economics and Business (email@example.com).
We would like to thank the ALLC: The European Association for Digital Humanities and the NeDiMAH Network (Network for Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities) for co-funding and the National Museum of Denmark for hosting the workshop. This is a DARIAH associated event. Other associations with organizations are still to be confirmed.