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ECA 2010 - 8a Conferenza europea sull’archiviazione digitale 28-10/04/2010

8th European Conference on Digital Archiving
Dates: 28-04-2010 to 30-04-2010
City: Geneva
Country: Switzerland
www.eca2010.ch
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Description:
Theme: The programme will focus on the following four issues: 1. Archival profile: professional competence in the digital age ; 2. What to keep: how to mirror the information society ; 3. E-Archiving: reorganisation of processes and business models ; 4. Online access: solutions and implications
Organizers: ICA
Endorsements:

Contact information

ECA 2010 Federal Department of Home Affairs FDHA Swiss Federal Archives SFA Archivstrasse 24
Bern 3003

Country prefix: 41
Tel: 22 908 18 55
Fax: 22 908 18 35

 

Registration information
Deadline: 01-11-2009
Registration fee: not available

Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, Vienna, November 15 – 17, 2010

Workshops and Tutorials
Photogrammetry – Documentation from Photos (Norbert PFEIFER / Camillo RESSL, Austria)
Presentations of Urban Archaeologies in Central Europe (Martin MOSSER, Austria)
Kulturportale: Die Stadt im Internet – Archäologie, Stadtgeschichte, Kulturelles Erbe (N.N.) [In German]
Complex Measurements made easy. An interactive Workshop on computer-assisted morphometry (Organiser: Irwin ROVNER, USA)
Using Historical Maps in GIS (Organiser: Menne KOSIAN, The Netherlands)
Sessions
Archaeology and Technology
Urban Archaeology in Europe (General Session – Invited Speakers)
Urban Archaeology and New Technologies (Willem BEEX / Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands)
Gone Digital – Digital applications in cultural heritage research with no analogue alternatives
(David BIBBY, Germany / Benjamin STANGL, Austria)
A critical View on Urban 3D Reconstruction Models (Peter FERSCHIN, Austria)
Lost Cities (Hansjörg THALER, Italy)
Cultural Heritage
How Archaeology survives in big Cities: Structures of Urban Archaeology (Christoph ÖLLERER, Austria)
The Danube – River of many returns (Eugen SCHERER, Austria)
NEWBIES (Michael DONEUS, Austria)
Kirchlicher Kulturgüterschutz: Die Kirche in der Stadt – Ausgrabungen im Spannungsfeld zwischen Archäologie und Gottesdienst (in German) (Walter LUKASEDER / Friedrich SCHIPPER / Hiltigund SCHREIBER, Österreich) [In German]
Poster Session
Poster – Session (Peter WALDHÄUSL, Austria)
Video  Session
Video – Session (N.N.)
Social Events
15th November 2010 – Welcome Reception (Wien Museum)
16th November 2010 – Major’s Cocktail (City Hall – Rathauskeller)
17th November 2010 – Bieronymus (Beer-Restaurant)

Call for Paper – Sessions

Language: English

Sessions: Choose the category, where you intend to hold your lecture:
(Length of the lecture: 20 min)

SECTION: Archaeology and Technology – Sessions:

 2. Urban Archaeology and New Technologies
 3. Gone Digital - Digital applications in cultural heritage research 
 4. A critical View on Urban 3D Reconstruction Models
 5. Lost Cities

SECTION: Cultural Heritage – Sessions:

 1. How Archaeology survives in big Cities: Structures of Urban Archaeology
 2. The Danube - River of many returns
 3. NEWBIES (for students attending the conference for the first time)
 4. Die Kirche in der Stadt – Ausgrabungen im Spannungsfeld

http://www.stadtarchaeologie.at/

Youth in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage. Palermo, 24-26 May 2010

ECO YOCOCU 2010         
The second edition of YOCOCU, Youth in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage, will take place in Palermo, 24-26 May 2010.

YOCOCU 2010 objectives are the following:

to stimulate exchange of advanced knowledge in the field of Cultural Heritage
to promote integration of expertise, products, technology and policy involved in the preservation/conservation of Cultural Heritage
to foster exchange of ideas and experiences among young researchers, academicians, authorities and practicing conservators.

The program covers a wide range of interdisciplinary topics, such as degradation phenomena, conservation materials and methods, portable equipments, innovative diagnostic techniques.

It is addressed mainly to young Conservation Scientists, Art Historians Conservator/Curators, Conservator/Restorers, Architects and others.

During the meeting a special attention will be given to social appointments and to some treasures of Palermo.

(Fonte http://www.yococu.com)

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