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[InetBib] DCH2012, International Conference on Digital Cultural Heritage St. Dié des Vosges (France), July 2-4, 2012 // Call for Papers


International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Cultural Heritage 

St. Dié des Vosges (France), July 2-4, 2012


Organized by
CODATA-Germany, the German National Committee for CODATA (Committee for Data
in Science and Technology  of ICSU ? International Council for Science)


in cooperation with

- International Cartographic Association ICA
- ICA Commission on GIS and Sustainable Development
- Comité Français de Cartographie
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kartographie


Conference language is English (oral presentations and written material)


Conference Homepage:

 <http://dch2012.net> http://dch2012.net


download  Call for Papers, conference scope and first general information::

=   <http://tinyurl.com/8axr2a3> http://tinyurl.com/8axr2a3


Conference Chair

Horst Kremers, Berlin, Germany


Conference Program Committee


Devrim Akca, Istanbul, Turkey

William L. Anderson, New York, U.S.A.

Federica Burini, Bergamo, Italy

Pilar Chias Navarro, Madrid, Spain

Wolfgang Crom, Berlin, Germany

Fenella France, Washington D.C., U.S.A.

John W. Hessler, Washington D.C., U.S.A.

Monika Jarosch, Siegen, Germany

Markus Jobst, Vienna, Austria

Horst Kremers, Berlin, Germany

Der-Tsai Lee, Taipei, Taiwan

Evangelos Livieratos, Thessaloniki, Greece

Beata Medynska, Poznan, Poland

Renata Solar, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Fraser Taylor, Ottawa, Canada

Vladimir Tikunov, Moscow, Russia


DCH2012 is the place for the international heritage community to share
knowledge and practices with other professional bodies in an
interdisciplinary atmosphere.

We are extending the current discussions from digital generated content via
digitally born content to the complex information needed in cognitive
aspects of innovative knowledge generation.

Cultural heritage, through its multiple forms (movable, non-movable and
intangible), is an important expression of human creativity and a witness of
the world?s history.

DCH2012 will address elements from the complex processes involved from fact
preservation to knowledge mining and creation of new and innovative services
for information society. Formats, structures, semantics, networks, and use
processes involved in digital cultural heritage information will be
discussed on an international, interdisciplinary level. Demand as well as
benefit for information society will be the guiding principles.


Contact: Horst Kremers (Berlin, Germany)   <mailto:office@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
office@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx    +49 172 3211738 


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