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Call for papers

DigitalHeritage is the international event for those working on information technology for heritage. A "federated" world congress of the leading international societies, organizations, and events around IT for heritage, Digital Heritage 2015 will bring together for the second time, VSMM, Eurographics GCH, Arqueologica 2.0, Archaeovirtual, and special events from CAA, CIPA, Space2Place, ICOMOS ICIP, and more, all in one venue with a prestigious joint publication. A groundbreaking public display of cutting edge digital heritage projects will also grace the conference venue at Granada's Alhambra and Sciences Park museum.
Following the successful format of the first DigitalHeritage in 2013, the conference will have a single call for papers and a coordinated scientific review process across all the federating events.

 

We are seeking original, innovative and previously unpublished contributions in theoretical or applied Digital Heritage areas. All papers will be double-blind peer-reviewed by at minimum 3 referees from the International Scientific Committee. Every submission will have at least one technical and one cultural reviewer to ensure a rich diversity of accepted works spanning both technology and the humanities. All submissions will be reviewed for originality, significance, clarity, impact, and soundness.
Since this is a joint World Congress, you need to submit only once to be considered for the integrated joint proceedings of all affiliated events. We remind that we will have a single review process and publication.

Digital Heritage 2015 is composed of a number of parallel tracks, including full and short papers, special sessions (tutorials, workshops and panels), exhibitions, and special events.

 

Visual Material

Paper submissions, Applications, Exhibitions & Showcases are encouraged to submit visual materials, promotional videos or multimedia presentations that demonstrate and describe the results of the scientific work, project, or exhibitor showcase. Visual Materials will be required by the scientific committee for the selection of the best working results to be awarded. A dedicated upload area will be provided for final paper submission.

 

Submissions

You may submit to participate in DigitalHeritage in one of several ways:

PAPERS

· Full (8-page properly formatted paper submitted via EasyChair)

· Short (4-page properly formatted paper submitted via EasyChair). Short papers can be presented as oral presentations or posters.

· Work in progress  (2-page properly formatted extended abstract submitted via EasyChair). Work in progress will be presented as oral presentation using a long or short presentation slots, or as poster, according to the quality of the proposed content. Extended abstracts will be included in the Conference proceedings.

Also this year all full papers within the proceedings will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore digital library and co-placed in the EG Digital Library.

Note that papers not considered ready for full publication may be redirected as posters.

SPECIAL SESSIONS

Workshop/Tutorial/Panel (up to 4-page overview via EasyChair)

EXPO

Exhibit (up to 4-page overview via EasyChair)

 

All manuscripts must be written in English.

For more information, visit the papers, special sessions, digital heritage expo and important dates subsections.

 

Submission procedure

All submissions will need to be submitted by means of EasyChair that is accessible through

https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=digitalheritage2015

Each submission shall indicate the specific Digital Heritage 2015 Theme that is more relevant (see the definition of the five planned Themes here). 

 

Submission Regulations

Submissions will be administratively rejected without review if it is found that:

  1. The submission violates the IEEE & EG Policy and Procedures on Plagiarism.
  2. The submission is a dual submission; that is, if the submission is simultaneously under review for any other conference or publication.
  3. Electronic files have been submitted that have been designed to have side effects other than presenting the submitted work to reviewers and committee members (for example, a "phone home" script).
  4. It appears that the paper contains material for which the submitters have not secured the necessary copyrights.

 

You can download the pdf version of the call for papers here.