ITN-DCH FINAL CONFERENCE is an international event for the professionals of multiple disciplines and scholars working in the Digital Cultural Heritage domain. The aim of the conference is to bring together experts, stakeholders and researchers from the cultural domain and, addressing the current challenges, start a dialogue that will lay the foundation for the creation of a multidisciplinary community of practice..
The“Initial Training Network for Digital Cultural Heritage: Projecting our Past to the Future” with acronym ITN-DCH, is the first and one of the largest Marie Curie fellowship projects in the area of the e-documentation / e-preservation and CH protection funded by the European Union under the FP7 PEOPLE research framework. The Project started on the 1st of October 2013 and its consortium comprising of 14 full partners and 10 associate members covering the entire spectrum of European CH actors, ranging from academia, research institutions, industry, museums, archives and libraries. The project aims to train 20 fellows (16 ESR’s and 4 ER’s – 500 person months) in the area of CH digital documentation, preservation and protection in order to create them a strong academic profile and market oriented skills which will significantly contribute to their career prospects.
Digital Cultural Heritage is a complex domain that requires new requires new skills, advanced techniques and constantly upgrading know-how; for the fulfillment of which a multilevel training and an interdisciplinary collaboration among experts is necessary in order for common methodologies and best practises for the profound understanding of our past to be established. It is important to create a forum of discussion where diverse leading academic scientists, researchers, practitioners and educators are brought together to exchange and share their experience, as well as confront each others on the challenges and advancements in each of their domain. The scope of the conference is, therefore, to:
To this cause, we are seeking for original and innovative contributions in theoretical and practical applications on Digital Cultural Heritage, in the following themes., we are seeking original and innovation contributions in theoretical and practical applications of digital cultural heritage.
|Nicola Carboni, Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France|
|Margarita Papaefthymiou, FORTH, Greece|
|Vasiliki Nikolakopoulou, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus|
|Matevz Domajnko, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany|
|Pavlos Chatzigrigoriou, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus|
|George Leventis, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus||Local committee|
|Roko Zarnic, president of SAEE, Slovenia|
|Meta Kržan, Secretary General of SAEE, Slovenia||Main chair|
|Marinos Ioannides, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus|
|Abstract submission deadline|
|Notification of acceptance|
|Conference||23rd-25th May 2017|
|Paper submission deadline||01st September 2017|
Submitted contributions should be in the form of extended abstract or poster. The conference adopts a blind reviewing process, and the authors must ensure that any information such as affiliations, contact details, e-mails or other type of information that can help identify the authors of the papers, are removed from the submitted version.
The extended abstract should not exceed 1000 words, including title and 3 – 5 keywords, and should focus on at least one of the scientific themes of the conference. See the template for instructions of how to format the document. Contribution not conforming with the rules outlined in the template will not be accepted.
Poster will be presented during the event by either an oral presentation or by an e-poster presentation. Please check the guidelines
The ITN-DCH papers will be published by SPRINGER VERLAG in the Lecture Notes for Computer Science - LNCS , presenting new innovative results. These papers will have a full-length oral presentation. Each submitted paper must not exceed 12 pages in total.
Each contribution must be accompanied by a Springer copyright form, a so-called 'Consent to Publish' form. Modified forms are not acceptable.
Authors will be asked to transfer the copyright of the paper to the Springer. This will ensure the widest possible protection and dissemination of information under copyright laws.
One author may sign on behalf of all of the authors of a particular paper. In this case, the author signs for and accepts responsibility for releasing the material on behalf of any and all co-authors.
The conference aims at encouraging the discussion between young researchers, scientists and experts in the area of digital applications for the analysis of cultural heritage object/practices, as well as exchange of ideas and opinions. One of the aims is also to inform the researchers and professionals interested in safeguarding heritage assets in earthquake prone areas about possibilities offered by digital technologies.
The conference provides the perfect platform for examining the new research opportunities and professional collaborations. Furthermore, it will support the networking between different disciplines; support the initial stage of researchers' carriers and the enhancement of young researchers' networks.
A brief outline of the goals of the conference is:
The aim of the workshop is to introduce the participants to the concept of linked data and to a selection of data curation tools that can be used for re-using and integrating data from across data silos (including examples from tangible and intangible heritage), including a demonstration of how semantically map them. The tutorial will make use of open source tools and existing standard resources for from the cultural heritage domain in order to demonstrate this process. Emphasis will be laid on the transformation of existing resources (CSV, XML etc.) into RDF, through the use of data transformation mapping tools.
The workshop will last a half day and it will promote a hands-on knowledge of several important tools that are daily used by professionals in the field. Participants will finish the workshop with a greater familiarity with both the overall workflow and strategy for creating linked data but also a basic hands-on knowledge of a number of different software and data tools that would allow them to create and manipulate their own linked data by taking advantage of existing resources in the different communities (CH, public administration, GIS, etc.). They will also have been introduced to the role of Ontologies in integrating data and how to use a mapping tool to harmonise data at the schema level to a formal ontology standard.
The workshop will make use of:
We are going to demonstrate the possible applications of these softwares, as well as the methodologies behind them, using diverse datasets from four museums:
We specifically chose collection datasets containing information about works of art from Picasso.
In order to have a unique working environment we set up a vagrant virtual machine with OpenRefine, some utilities and the files we will be used during the workshop. The Vagrant VM is available clicking here. For the instruction on how to use it please refer to the Wiki page here. Please Download it and install everything before the workshop.
In order to use 3M it is necessary to register to the service. You can do it at this address: http://184.108.40.206/3M/SignUp?lang=en
The third day will be dedicated to practical session and open space discussions. Three main subjects will be identified during the meeting. Two cultural heritage sites will be visited: Olimje Monastery and Podsreda Castle. On each site the use of equipment and data acquisition exercise will be presented and the discussion on various aspects of digital heritage related to visited sites will be organized.
The Workshop aims to introduce the audience in the current state of the 3D documentation in CH. Through practical session; the participants will be introduced into the most common techniques in 3D documentation of CH (photogrammetry, laser scanner, structured light scanner) and software. Additionally, the workshop has the goal to enhance the skills of the audience and create a young scientist space for debating and exchange of ideas, knowledge and trace future research and technological directions.
All speakers will be given 10 minutes to present their research work to the audience as well as additional 2-3 minutes for fruitful discussion
|ID||PROJECT PAPERS||FIRST AUTHOR|
|16||3D data acquisition and modelling of complex heritage buildings||Federica Maietti|
|26||Curious travellers – Image matching and 3d visualisation of heritage at risk||Andrew Wilson|
|58||Five dimensional (5D) modeling of the Holy Aedicule of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre||Antonia Moropoulou|
|60||Comparison and methodological hybridization between photogrammetry and scanner survey||Guido Guarato|
|63||Holistic e-documentation: An innovative approach for cultural heritage||Marinos Ioannides|
|64||Integrated SfM techniques using photo data set from Google Earth 3D model and from ground floor||Laura Inzerillo|
|65||Lucangeli's wooden colosseum: integrated survey and digital models||Graziano Mario Valenti|
|66||Efficient registration of multi-platform camera networks||Matevž Domajnko|
|68||Multidisciplinary approach for Cultural Heritage Artworks||Massimiliano Guarneri|
|70||College of Cultural Heritage project in Taiwan||Alex Yen|
|72||Assessment of earthquake resistance of monument based on its time evolution 3d presentation - Case of Asinou church in Cyprus||Roko Zarnic|
|18||Linked Open Data as universal markers for Mobile Augmented Reality Applications in Cultural heritage||John Aliprantis|
|12||Knowledge Management Using Ontology on the Domain of Artworks Conservation||Efthymia Moraitou|
|ID||PROJECT PAPERS||FIRST AUTHOR|
|8||Neolithic houses at la Draga prehistoric site (Girona, Spain): 3D reconstruction and BIM analysis||Juan Anton Barceló|
|11||3D Visualisation of the Gorenjska Folk Costume||Tanja Nuša Kočevar|
|27||Digital heritage and digital humanities methodologies: reliability and accuracy of digital models in re-creating lost contexts||Rosa Tamborrino|
|28||3D digitization of selected collection items using photometric stereo||Jaroslav Valach|
|31||The LOOM: interactive weaving through a tangible installation with digital feedback||Anastasios Dimitropoulos|
|35||Design of 3D and 4D apps for Cultural Heritage preservation||Dieter Fritsch|
|41||The conservation of Cultural Heritage in conditions of risk through the use of 3D printing on architectural scale||Sara Codarin|
|42||BIM for cultural heritage: the management of generative process for complex historical buildings||Stephen Fai|
|52||Intangible Cultural Heritage: the analysis of the sound made by the Dacian Draco||Gheorghe Daniel Voinea|
|62||3D Modeling of exhibits of the History Museum of Perm University: Preservation, provision of access to and usage of Cultural Heritage items||Nadezhda Povroznik|
|ID||PROJECT PAPERS||FIRST AUTHOR|
|15||Digital Cultural Heritage: semantic enrichment and modelling in BIM environment||Federica Maietti|
|17||Bridging the Gap between Academia and Museums||Mark Depauw|
|23||Metadata architecture for Cultural Heritage multimodal acquisitions||Irina-Mihaela Ciortan|
|32||One database to connect them all – the world’s immovable cultural heritage on wikidata||John Andersson|
|34||Using a 3D-modell to store written and pictorial historical sources from collections and archives||Richard Kurdiovsky|
|40||Online faculty system and church heritage record: digital tools protecting the church of England’s heritage||Julie Patenaude|
|50||Towards a Digital Infrastructure for Illustrated Handwritten Archives||Andreas Weber|
|54||Semantic Representation and Enrichment of Cultural Heritage Information for Fostering Reinterpretation and Reflection on the European History||Andreas Vlachidis|
|55||Digital preservation: how to be trustworthy?||Lina Bountouri|
|67||Ontology-based data collection for Heritage Buildings||Andrej Tibaut|
|ID||PROJECT PAPERS||FIRST AUTHOR|
|3||Using innovative technologies in preservation and presentation of endangered archives||Aleksandar Jerkov|
|4||Analysis, Documentation and Proposal for Restoration and Reuse of “Chrysalis” Silk Factory in Goumenissa, Kilkis, Northern Greece||Stavros Apotsos|
|33||Small Memory Boxes - Returning Documents from the Archive of the Folklore Circle Back to Their Owners||Liviu Pop|
|38||Minimal functionality for digital editions||Federico Caria|
|39||Evaluation of an e-learning platform for unesco whl monuments in cyprus||Vasiliki Nikolakopoulou|
|43||Innovative business plans for H-bIM application related to alternative financing opportunities for cultural||Klaus Luig|
|46||Preserving the story of heritage in ruins using online digital repositories the case of Urbex||Negin Eisazadeh|
|61||Anchoring unsorted e-sources about heritage artefacts in space and time||Gamze Saygi|
|87||Reprise: Earliest Underwater 3D Modeling Experiment in the Adriatic Sea, Silba Island, Croatia||Miran Erič|
|ID||PROJECT PAPERS||FIRST AUTHOR|
|7||Collaborative Tangible Gamification of Built Heritage for Young Museum Visitors||Eslam Nofal|
|9||Exploring Cultural Heritage Using Virtual Reality||Laurent Debailleux|
|13||3D Pose estimation oriented to the initialization of an augmented reality system applied to cultural heritage||Ricardo Moisés Rodriguez Oceda|
|22||The VR bar: using Virtual Reality to disseminate the rehabilitation project of the Canadian parliament buildings||Katie Graham|
|37||From the Rock to the Cinema - Pitoti 360 - Turning Rock-art into VR||Frederick Baker|
|45||A new way of integrating with Cultural Heritage through the application of artistic style transfer||Marinos Ioannides|
|48||Virtual annotation prototype: annotating contemporary dance in Virtual Reality||Claudia Ribeiro|
|49||Technologies of Non Linear Storytelling for the Management of Cultural Heritage in the Digital City: The Case of Thessaloniki||Ofilia Psomadaki|
|56||Rapid reconstruction and simulation of real characters in Mixed Reality environments||Margarita Papaefthymiou|
|57||Four-dimensional (4d) modeling of the holy aedicule of the of the holy sepulchre historic construction phases||Emmanouil Alexakis|
|59||Four-dimensional multi-user guided interactive experiences for heritage storytelling and education||Yi Yuan|
|88||Visual Language can help us better understanding and interpreting Cultural Heritage||Miran Erič|
|71||The EU Virtual Multimodal Museum Project||Marinos Ioannides|